Jesse Ventura probably considers this ruling part of a larger plan.Jesse Ventura pretty much lives his life like an action hero. So, when Ventura's lawsuit against the Transportation Security Administration got thrown out yesterday, it was the real-life moment when the hero realizes no one believ ... More >>
Ventura seesm to be starring in a movie that happens to be his real life. Jesse Ventura's lawsuit against the Transportation Security Administration over airport pat-downs, which he refers to as "sexual assault," got underway Friday, but Ventura saved the drama for just after the first hearing en ... More >>
Menards mayhem: Great TV.The woman caught on tape going ballistic at a Wisconsin Menards on Black Friday is going to be a TV star. It also sounds like she's a person of interest to Grand Chute police, who expect to make an arrest in the case pretty soon. They haven't released her name.
Back for more conspiracy smackJesse Ventura told us last year that if his show, "Conspiracy Theory," got the green light for a second season, he was going to blow open the whole Kennedy assassination plot. Looks like he may get his chance. TruTV has ordered up another eight installments. Go ... More >>
Our former governor's new television fans now that the truth is out there.
Tru TV show Conspiracy Theory finds news editor in The Body
Minnesota's former governor says Congress ought to spread the pain at home in order to fight two wars abroad.
The Body is everywhere these days, drumming up buzz for his new TV show, "Conspiracy Theory."
It almost feels like the old days on WWE as Minnesota's former governor takes the mike.
"The Body" has a new TV show. Now he's showing up on WWE. Conspiracy? You be the judge.
Our former governor will delve into nefarious plots behind 9/11, global warming, mind control and more (much, much more...)
Inside: Jungle Theater, Trylon microcinema, Chris Baker, and Solo 1x2
Former Gov. Jesse Ventura will be spreading his conspiracy theories on national TV come this fall. Ventura started filming his TruTV show and it will include interviews conducted in Minnesota.
The world makes out all right at the International Film Festival
The remarkable 114-year story of Minnesota's last juvenile detention home
In the documentary masterworks of Frederick Wiseman, ordinary people do battle with institutions--and the poetic tussles with the real
The Living Dead of the Night
Being a collection of notes on the art and science of sleeplessness, with a helpful sidebar on the commercial attractions of the night.