In his latest NYT op-ed piece, he laces into Republicans over their failure to accept what he saw as a debt ceiling deal favorable to conservative ideals – one which could have “been a glorious moment in Republican history.” The deal was one in which the White House was willing to mess with Medicare and Social Security in a serious way and reduce the size of government to the tune of trillion over the next decade.
Republicans turned it down over their insane insistence that a deal could not include one cent of tax increases. Soccer icon David Beckham is gearing up to launch his own bodywear line next Valentines Day with Swedish fashion chain H&M, he announced Thursday.
American actor Bryce Johnson came to prominence in the late 1990s thanks to his portrayal of the extremely good-looking jock named Josh Ford on The WB's series, “Popular” (1999-2001).
In a more recent time, he starred in the Fox short lived series “Lone Star” (2010) and MTV's “Death Valley” (2011-?
After his parents divorced, his mother brought a then 5 year old Bryce and his two brothers to live in Denver, Colorado. Airs Wednesday, September 1st at 10/9c on USA Network, guest starring Nestor Carbonell and Tears for Fears' Curt Smith! As seen in this exclusive image from the Season 10 premiere of The CW’s ‘Smallville,’ a piece of Clark’s destiny – his true love, Lois – is in danger of going up in flames when someone lashes her to a cornfield crucifix. William Christopher Stephens WRITTEN BY: Ashley Gable DIRECTED BY: John Polson Director Ken Kwapis, a veteran of The Office pilot, talks about what’s going to make Outsourced a hit this fall.What’s interesting to note is the slightly different mood to this “crucifixion” image versus the one that hit on Friday. Meaning, if you’re a hostile being detained by the top-secret Division and you won’t talk, expect a visit from Amanda…) and had a recurring role in ABC Family's “Pretty Little Liars” (2010-2012).He plays Brendan in the 2012 series “Dating Rules from My Future Self.” Johnson has also made guest appearances in a number of television shows, including “Dawson's Creek, “House M.