One of the co-founders of Ben & Jerry’s arrested for disorderly conduct during a political demonstration in Vermont
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. A benefit to the public can be seen as having a pool of potential candidates that have been at least partially vetted by the public and who are not related to previous lawmakers. Also see Political Art.
A number of attendees at the star-studded Oscars ceremony this year will be sporting orange American flag pins
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which presents the Oscars, expelled mogul Harvey Weinstein in October
An Elvis impersonator who legally changed his name to match the rock ’n’ roll icon is filed to run in Arkansas
Conservative commentator Stacey Dash opened a federal committee to raise money to challenge a Democratic candidate
She’s taking a year off from acting in order to pursue a career in activism and help “fix our democracy”
This NewsHereNow Oscars poll allows you, or anyone who is familiar with the Oscar-nominated movies, to rank the movies using a 1-2-3 ballot. And then computer software calculates which movie is really most popular.
The Jets Nick Mangold, politically active in the Republican Party for a while, is thinking about running for Congress
Politics took the stage at the 60th annual Grammy awards this year, along with some great music
Yeoh, a goodwill ambassador for the UN Development Programme, visited sprawling refugee camps in Bangladesh