Kiss and tell
Johnny Not an Angel: Rielle Hunter tells the inside story of her long-running affair with cad and disgraced former presidential candidate John Edwards, in her new memoir titled, “What Really Happened: John Edwards, Our Daughter, and Me.”.
Since all the major publishers in New York passed on the book, perhaps a better title would have been “Apparently No One Gives a Hoot, But I Might As Well Try to Cash In Anyway.”
Summer TV: If you liked Rielle Hunter’s memoir, you might also enjoy “Beverly Hills Nannies,” a new reality show about the people who take care of rich folks’ children in one of the nation’s most exclusive enclaves.
Don’t miss the heart- warming moments when one of the Beverly Hills moms drops by for her daily 15 minutes of quality time with her 3-year-old daughter while Consuela the nanny grabs a quick bite to eat and uses the bathroom.
Don’t know much about history: On this day 200 years ago, Congress declared war on Great Britain, kicking off the War of 1812.
Unfortunately, President James Madison’s slogan, “We will fight them over there so we don’t have to fight them here.” would come back to haunt him in 1814 when the British invaded Washington D.C. and burned the White House.
— Mark Carlson, Herald staff