Elisabeth Hasselbeck CANCER SCARE

Elisabeth Hasselbeck has returned to her anchor duties on “Fox and Friends,” after a short absence to remove a tumor from her abdomen.

Hasselbeck, 37, admitted the brief illness was “a bit of a scare.”


“I had a tumor in my abdomen, doctors said, ‘You gotta get it out by the end of the month, we don’t like how it looks,'” she said. Continue reading

Woman Who Thinks 9/11 Was STAGED To Rejoin THE VIEW

Rosie O’Donnell, the woman who has stated publicly on numerous occasions that it is her belief that the Twin Towers, and mainly building 7, were brought down in a controlled demolition, is set to joins network TV’s The View.

O’Donnell is rumored to be returning to the show after being away for seven years.

TV Host Rosie O'Donnell Good Friday's boat ride with friend

Former The View pannelist, Elisabeth Hasselbeck had some choice words on O’Donnell’s comeback,

“Here in comes to ‘The View’ the very woman who spit in the face of our military,” Hasselbeck charged, “spit in the face of her own network, Continue reading

Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s Being Sued

I don’t like Elisabeth Hasselbeck so I’ll admit that this brings me some joy.  However, I am going to put my feelings aside and report the honest-to-God truth.  The View star Elisabeth Hasselbeck is being sued by a self-published writer from Massachusetts.  The woman, Susan Hasset, claims Hasselbeck lifted portions and chapter titles from her book Living With Celiac Disease.  Mrs. Hasselbeck just published a book about gluten-free diets titled The G-Free Diet: A Gluten-Free Survival Guide.  Hasset says the book is a big rip-off.  Hasset says she sent Hasselbeck a copy of her book last year, along with a video and personal letter and now she assumes that Hasselbeck read the book and promptly copied it.  Right now, letters from both lawyers are bouncing back and forth.  We’ll see if this goes to court.

Celiac Disease is is an autoimmune disorder of the small intestine that occurs in genetically predisposed people of all ages from middle infancy on up (thanks Wikipedia!)