Is Oprah Winfrey qualified to be not only the next, but the first women President of the United States?
Celebrity Politics articles on Democracy Chronicles
This is our collection of Celebrity Politics articles. In the free world where popular artists and other thinkers are free to criticize government, celebrities have often gone into politics. The benefit to the public is a pool of potential candidates not related to a previous lawmakers. Also see Political Art.
Republican Party activists in Michigan are pushing for musician Kid Rock to jump into the race
Donald Trump wasn’t at the Grammys Sunday night but performers addressed him nonetheless
The Grammy voting process is broken up into several stages by the Academy Of Music
Represent.Us asked Martin Sheen a question and got out the cameras. His unscripted response shocked them.
Norm MacDonald took a break from comedy Thursday to go on an hours-long tweetstorm praising the President-elect
Hillary Clinton’s defeat proves the necessity of having a strong message for change and resonating with voters based on pure idealism and dreams, and not merely just experience or practicality.
Amy Goodman and Juan González were joined by special musical guests Patti Smith and Tom Morello to celebrate two decades of Democracy Now!
“Harry Potter” author JK Rowling continued her support for those affected by the Syrian war
Shaquille O’Neal disagrees with Green Party efforts to raise money for a recount in three states