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Tonight I'm thrilled to bring back the delightful Kimberlin Brown. Fans of "The Young and the Restless" and the sister show, "The Bold and the Beautiful" loved to hate the evil 'Sheila Carter' for years, because actor Kimberlin Brown played her character impeccably. Since then, the versatile actress has been seen in the film "Five Hour Friends," on television in "All My Children," and the web series, "The Bay," as well as the summer special, "Far From The Bay." But many of her fans don’t realize that Kimberlin has a great talent for interior design and has been a respected industry professional for more than twenty years. In her new series, "Dramatic Designs with Kimberlin Brown," she will be showcasing that part of her life on The Design Network, a web-based network launched in January of this year. It features inspirational and entertaining videos related to home design and fashion. Kimberlin's first show premiered on October 14th, and features a dramatic Cabo San Lucas custom vacation home. See her debut show here: http://www.thedesignnetwork.com/viewSeries.php?series_id=46 and be sure to sign up at The Design Network and post a review. I'm sure you'll agree that we all want to see many more shows from Kimberlin in the future. Sign up here: http://www.thedesignnetwork.com/index.php
Ali Akbar (@ali) and Robert Stacy McCain (@rsmccain) talk about the case.
Speedway bomber Brett Kimberlin is suing two bloggers, W.J.J. Hoge and Aaron Walking, journalist Robert Stacy McCain and National Bloggers Club President Ali A. Akbar. The case has proceeded through 11 months of preliminaries and went to trial Monday in Maryland's Montgomery County Circuit Court. This is an important case for free speech rights.
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Convicted bomber, perjurer, and frequent frivolous litigant Brett Kimberlin filed a lawsuit against 5 bloggers last month alleging all sorts of conspiracies.
Legal experts agree that the suit is without merit.
Two of the defendants in the suit include our own Ali A. Akbar and Robert Stacy McCain of ViralRead.com.
But wait, there's more!
Kimberlin in a predictable move foreshadowed by his legal mis-maneuvers in years past has filed another lawsuit. Yes, that's right. After listening to this podcast show, Kimberlin decided to use some of the advice of its guest and file a federal lawsuit.
Here's his mistake: Not only is his lawsuit filled with enough errors to make the devil look honest, but he's named 21 defendants, including mega-personalities such as Glenn Beck, Michelle Malkin, and Erick Erickson. He's also named companies they own and renown publishing house, Simon & Schuster.
People encouraged to learn more about the first suit can go to BomberSuesBloggers.com for more information.
I am thrilled to welcome Kimberlin back for her 4th visit, and her first in two years. Kimberlin is well known for her memorable villainess role of Sheila Carter on both "The Young and the Restess," and on "The Bold and the Beautiful" recurring for many years on both, from 1990, and last seen in 2006 on "The Young and the Restless." Presumably killed off, but as all daytime drama viewers know, we can never be sure. If fans have their way, she will rise from the dead- again! Kimberlin appeared as a judge on "All My Children," in 2010. In 2011, Brown began to appear in Gregori J. Martin's web-series "The Bay". She portrays Dr. Grace Drum, a psychiatrist. Brown first appeared in a summer special "Far From The Bay", and continued on in the series' second season.
Kimberlin Brown is best known for her iconic daytime character on CBS Daytime, The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful as the EVIL Sheila Carter and we chat with her as we look back on her iconic character plus what she is working on currently including The Bay (web series)
The one and the only, Kimberlin Brown, who best known for her two decade stint as the devilish and evil yet misunderstood Sheila Carter on The Young and the Restless/The Bold and the Beautiful, is returning to On-air with Douglas to follow up from our last visit over a year ago. She has a new show she is working on, we will touch base on that and what we can expect from the future and a little blast from the past as we dish some Sheila Carter.
The iconic daytime villain to beat all villains, Ms. Sheila Carter played by the legendary Kimberlin Brown, joins us tonight to talk about her career on Y&R/B&B, plus AMC, The Bay, her new short film, The Necklace plus her new film! Don't miss this rare opportunity to call in to speak to the one and only, Sheila Carter.
It's a question that has been asked of Ali A. Akbar and Robert Stacy McCain.
Tonight, they'll answer it and share some of the horrific details of this 17-month long campaign of targetetd harassment commissoined by Brett Kimberlin.
Now the convicted bomber and purjer is suing Akbar, McCain, and other bloggers in an attempt to quash free speech -- for $1 MILLION dollars.
Why all the tweets? Why has so much attention been given to the 5'5" serial criminal over these past 30 years by both liberal and conservative activists? What was Kimberlin's motives behind the terrorizing bombs he laid in the town of Speedway, Indiana and why is that relevant still today?
Above all, why isn't this on the frontpage of every newspaper?
Let's have a conversation about one of the dirtest secrets out there.
From 1997 to 2008, he was a writer and editor for The Washington Times. In March 2008, he launched his individual blog, The Other McCain. The original Blogspot site recorded more than 1 million total visits in its first year of full-time operation and eclipsed the 3-million visit mark in November 2009. He was joined by co-blogger Smitty in March 2009. On Jan. 1, 2010, the site debuted in a new WordPress format. In November 2010, the site reached the 5-million-visit milestone.
McCain’s original reporting has included coverage of the 2012 presidential election campaign, the controversy surrounding the Kaitlyn Hunt sex-crime case, and the pattern of harassment against enemies of bomber-turned-progressive activist Brett Kimberlin.
A native of Atlanta and graduate of Jacksonville (Ala.) State University, McCain was awarded the George Washington Medal by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge in 1996 for his series of columns in the Rome (Ga.) News-Tribune about the National Standards for U.S. History. He and his wife have six children.
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