As the Mets’ David Wright nears a return from an injury that has sidelined him all season, a look back shows that such long absences from the game can be difficult to surmount in some cases, although not for Ted Williams.
Ted Wells estimated that he will bill the NFL more than $2.5 million for his investigation into DeflateGate, and ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported earlier this year that Wells’s firm will receive much, much more than that when you add on the tab for the investigation into the Miami Dolphins’ locker-room bullying affair. That money, apparently, […]
William Galston: “There are only five candidates with a plausible path to the Republican nomination: two sitting senators ( Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz), two sitting governors ( Scott Walker and John Kasich), and a former governor ( Jeb Bush). [...]
The Hollywood News recently interviewed actor William Sadler at a sit-down dinner to discuss his career in film and television. When talk turned to his comedic role as the Grim Reaper in "Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey", Sadler expressed his enthusiasm that his character will return in the threequel saying, "I would do it in a heartbeat. Show More Summary
Speaking with the New York Times last week, Ted Cruz went on a brief digression about Star Trek, opining that William Shatner’s Captain Kirk is better than Patrick Stewart’s Captain Picard because Kirk is, in Cruz's mind, a Republican. He cited Kirk’s purported working-class background as proof for his proclamation, calling... More »
The Republican presidential hopeful believes the Capt. Kirk's "working class" status makes him lean to the right. Then, along came William Shatner.
During a recent interview with The New York Times, presidential candidate (and noted butter lover ) Ted Cruz revealed that he’s a big fan of Star Trek, going as far as to speculate that Captain Kirk—as a “working class,” “passionate fighter for justice”—is a Republican. William Shatner has since weighed in and does not agree. Read more...
When Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz wades into pop culture, it typically comes across as a discomfiting simulacrum of what a normal hu-man does with his leisure units. In a recent interview, however, The New York Times managed to tap into Cruz’s inner nerd and get him to detail an apparently sincere take on Star Trek. Show More Summary
Putting "a geocentric label on interstellar characters is silly," the actor tweeted
Ted Cruz's comment about a popular Star Trek character earned him a rebuttal from William Shatner on Twitter today.
Ted Williams on salmon. Pele’s debut with the Cosmos.
Despite being a graduate of Harvard Law School who once clerked for the Supreme Court's Chief Justice William Rehnquist and went on to litigate cases before the court, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has the dubious belief that it's possible to put "limits" on the nation's highest court. Show More Summary
It was the summer of 1946, and after being burned by three Ted Williams home runs in the first game of a doubleheader, Cleveland Indians Manager Lou Boudreau devised a plan.
The Republican presidential hopeful says he learned about tube sites with William Rehnquist & Sandra Day O'Connor
As we all debate the so-called “disappointing” $33 million debut weekend of Ted 2, there is a discussion to be had over whether the film opening on the very day that the Supreme Court struck down “gay marriage bans” across the nation was an example of good or bad timing. [...]
OHIO, United States (AP) — Four years after a viral video helped lift Ted Williams out of homelessness, he’s announced plans to run for the presidency. In 2011, Williams was a homeless former voice actor whose life had been torn apart by substance abuse. Trying to get back on his feet, he stood near a busy […]
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A once-homeless Ohio man whose smooth radio voice made him an Internet sensation says he's running for president as an independent. Ted Williams was propelled into the spotlight in 2011 after he appeared in a video by The Columbus Dispatch panhandling on a highway ramp with a sign advertising his golden voice. Show More Summary
Williams will play famed Senator Ted Kennedy in the upcoming TV movie. read more
To Ted Williams of Charlotte Agenda, for an article titled “22 things I learned in 49 minutes with mayoral candidate Edwin Peacock.” It’s an interesting read. A sample quote: (20) Edwin killed it with an incredible soup metaphor in regards to the Charlotte art scene. “When you make a great soup? You have meat and […]
What exactly is gluten and should you be consuming it? This cute and concise TED-Ed video might offer some answers. Dr. William D. Chey, a University of Michigan gastroenterologist, partnered with TED to create this animated gluten explainer. Show More Summary