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Shuster Gets Kick Out of FRC's 'Fellatio' Ad - Posted July 5, 2013
The Family Research Council, a conservative org that doesn't care much for gay marriage, issued a "Call 2 Prayer" event in response to the recent Supreme Court DOMA ruling. Take Action News, hosted by liberal David Shuster, thinks their ad... [FishbowlDC]

Weekend Wedding Bells For David Shuster - Posted February 19, 2013
Current TV and We Act Radio's David Shuster officially tied the knot this weekend in Manhattan with Kera Rennert, a freelance writer/produ... [FishbowlDC]

Paula Abdul Leaves Party After 10 Minutes - Posted January 21, 2013
Good champagne. Upscale hors d' oeuvres. Mannequins in the basement. A non-D.C. type of crowd and atmosphere where reporters won't go all paparazzi on you. What more could singer Paula Abdul have wanted? Tough to say. But Abdul left last night's V magazine party in the bowels of Washington's Kalorama... [FishbowlDC]

David Shuster: Too Sexy For HuffPost? - Posted December 3, 2012
Current TV's David Shuster, a regular blogger for HuffPost, had his latest submission for the news site rejected. "We appreciate you taking the time to submit your most recent post," a letter from the HuffPo... [FishbowlDC]

'He Can Go F*** Himself': David Shuster Blows Up On Congressman, Press Secretary - Posted November 5, 2012
Before we begin, a Who's Who in this twisted tale... David Shuster: Talk radio host of Take Action News Daniel Marans: Producer of Take Action News Gerry Connolly: Democratic representative of Virginia George Burke... [FishbowlDC]

A Hot and Sweaty Morning Outside SCOTUS - Posted June 28, 2012
It was a hot and messy morning for news media at the Supreme Court. The temperature was in the sweaty upper 80s and in addition to all the reporters, crammed onto the court's sidewalk were TV camera crews (with their all their chunky equipment), tourists looking for real celebrities and hundreds... [FishbowlDC]

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