"I've never been so angry and disappointed in somebody in my whole life."
After watching the clip from Sunday's show on E!, Caitlyn reacted by saying:
According to a new biography entitled Nixon's Darkest Secrets: The Inside Story of America's Most Troubled President, Richard Nixon MAY have had a "decades-long gay affair" with Cuban-American businessman Charles (Bebe) Rebozo.
The book claims that Nixon and Rebozo laundered money together…and also "swam, sunbathed, and dined together" during "guys-only vacations" in Key Biscayne, Florida.
They were also reportedly spotted
Uh oh, Mark Zuckerberg! Looks like UR not the only one with a Facebook anymore!
Castro's regime in Cuba has just launched a Facebook clone called Red Social, which is described as "a virtual meeting point for Cuban universities."
Here's what Carlos Alberto Perez Benitez had to say about it on the blog entitled La Chiringa de Cuba:
Hopefully this will mark the beginning of a HUGE step in the right direction for the United States' relationship with Cuba!
Check out the video (above) in which President Barack Obama makes it clear that the U.S. would consider lifting the embargo on Cuba…if their government was to make some significant reforms.
How AMAZING would it be if the U.S. and Cuba were to start trading with each other again?!?!?!?
We’re so happy with the progress going on in Cuba. Even if it does seem like small steps, any step forward is a good sign.
Just last month, the Cuban government announced their citizens will be allowed to legally buy and sell homes by the end of the year.
And now, for the first time in decades,
We are SO happy to see so much progress taking place in Cuba!
For the first time in the country's history, aside from one lone reported wedding many years ago, a gay man has gotten married to a woman who had a sex-change operation that was paid for by Cuba!!!
The wedding between 37-year-old Wendy Iriepa and 31-year-old Ignacio Estrada took place on Saturday in Havana.
Here's what Estrada had to say about his momentous wedding:
We're very pleased to announce that citizens of Cuba will be allowed to legally buy and sell homes by the end of the year.
While we'd certainly consider this to be a positive step in the right direction, there are others who don't feel that way and are concerned about the possibility of "higher prices, mass relocation, [and] property taxes."
There will also be some regulations, such as
Cuba's Rotilla Festival is the country's "biggest independent music festival," and the founders of the event are accusing their government of "stealing" it from them.
Here's what Rotilla founder Michel Matos had to say about it: