Rick Calderoni, owner of the Green Iguana, a gay bar in Tampa Bay, feels disgruntled that his friend, Charlie Crist, refuses to disclose his sexual preferences for gay men, while he hits the campaign trail running for governor of Florida as a Democrat.
According to the Broward/Palm Beach Times, "The rumors about Florida Gov. Charlie Crist and the Green Iguana just wouldn't go away. The story goes that the Florida governor frequented the Green Iguana, a bar in Tampa, back in the early 1990s when he was just starting his political career. He was less careful back then, people say, and during his partying at the Green Iguana, he was openly gay."
President Barry Obama has drawn a "red line" against U.S. corporations trying to evade paying U.S. taxes by moving their headquarters to different countries. Accordingly, GE Appliances has just been sold to Electrolux, a Sweden-based corporation.
The Houston Chronicle reports that, "Sweden's Electrolux is buying the appliances business of General Electric for $3.3 billion, boosting its presence on the North American market, the companies said Monday. The acquisition is the largest ever for Stockholm-based Electrolux, ranked as the world's second biggest home appliance maker after U.S. rival Whirlpool."
BEIJING: David Libang Huang, a news host and reporter for WBRS 100.1 FM radio in Waltham, Ma., broadcast an interview with the Dallas Blog's Tom McGregor last Saturday.
According to WBRS 100.1 FM. "[FACE-TO-FACE INTERVIEW] Reporter in China published his very first novel “.” What is his book about? What motivated him to start writing novels? And what is his opinion about China?"
BEIJING: Tony Yip, a Hong Konger, moved to the United States of America in 1990. He searched for his pot of gold in the U.S. as a chef and enjoyed some success working for his grandmother, who owned Dong Ting restaurant in Houston, one of the city's top fine dining restarants before it closed a few years ago.
Afterwards, Tony, who likes to call himself, 'Y-not,' headed to Las Vegas to work the Strip. He was involved with opening and operating a number of famous restaurants in the city, but then the financial crisis 0f 2008 struck and his bright future began to dim.
U.S. State Department spokeswoman has assigned he colleagues to launch a Twitter War against Fox News Bill O'Reily, because he said that she has "no gravitas."
The Daily Caller reports that, "A State Department spokeswoman attacked Bill O’Reilly Thursday for saying another State Department spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, looks “way out of her depth,” following days of mixed messages and incoherent statements from the State Department."
Former Vice President Al Gore has devoted his life to warning the world about the dangers of Climate Change. Nevertheless, Global Warming has ceased to exist in the last 17 years and 11 months.
According to WUWT, "The Great Pause has now persisted for 17 years 11 months. Indeed, to three decimal places on a per-decade basis, there has been no global warming for 18 full years. Professor Ross McKitrick, however, has to say there has been no global warming for 19 years."
BEIJING: President Barry Obama's so-called 'sector sanctions' on Moscow have just boosted Russia's coal mining industry.
According to Forbes, "China’s Shenhua Group, the country’s largest coal producer, inked a $10 billion contract with Russia’s Rostec to develop coal deposits in Siberia and the Far East of Russia, another sign that energy cooperation between the two countries are gathering momentum when Russia’s relations with U.S. and Europe sour over the Ukraine crisis."
The battle between the Big D and H-Town continues to heat up. Houston's Fox 26 on Twitter called the Dallas Cowboys, the "Cowgirls," and insinuated that Dallas QB Tony Romo really is the "gayest player ever," more so than Michael Sam.
The Houston Chronicle reports that, "The eyes of the Internet are on Texas after a local Fox station aired a questionable message about Tony Romo in their news crawl Wednesday night."
Japanese super models Saaya and Eri Aoki have been struck by the Dengue Fever during a photo shoot in Tokyo.
The Daily Telegraph of London reports that, "Japan is struggling to contain the nation's first outbreak of dengue fever in nearly 70 years, with the source of the illness traced back to mosquitoes in one of Tokyo's most popular public parks."