Eva Longoria is an American actress, best known for portraying Gabrielle Solis on the ABC television series Desperate Housewives. They didn’t even bother coming up with a more creative name. That’s how dumb they think you are. They are laughing at you.
Eva Longoria topped the Forbes magazine’s list of the highest-paid TV actresses for 2011.
She needed the money because also last year In 2011, the corporation Beso LLC, owner of the Vegas restaurant-and-nightclub venture, with listed assets of about $2.5 million and Eva Longoria as a 32 percent shareholder, filed for Chapter 11protection, entering bankruptcy proceedings, in order to restructure nearly $5.7 million in debt and other liabilities.
Longoria stated, on the occasion, that she’s looking “forward to a more pro-active, hands-on approach in the coming years”.
You can say that again. She’s been busy. Longoria released the fragrance “EVA by Eva Longoria”, a “clean citrus-floral eau de parfum”, in April 2010. She stated she wanted a fragrance she could wear: “I am allergic to most fragrances. There was nothing I could wear without my eyes watering, my nose starting to itch or sneezing.” In the spring of 2011 she launched her signature fragrance, Eva by Eva Longoria, in major department stores.
Her first book, Eva’s Kitchen: Cooking with Love for Family and Friends hit bookstores on April 12, 2011.
She suffers from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and takes Ritalin to treat it. According to Sports Illustrated, Longoria has been dating New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez since early 2012, which she confirmed. Longoria was named Philanthropist of the year by the Hollywood Reporter for ‘her commitment to Latino causes and giving back to the community.
Eve Adams is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the House of Commons of Canada in the 2011 election. She represents the electoral district of Mississauga—Brampton South as a member of the Conservative Party. Before Parliament resumed Prime Minister Stephen Harper appointed Adams as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Veterans Affairs.
Adams entered federal politics after three successful elections and seven years as a city and regional councillor in Mississauga. Adams graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 2001 and received a Bachelor of Arts in psychology.
The new MP for Mississauga-Brampton South says her father struggled in part because he wasn’t able to get a proper English education. “My dad was a really hard-working man. He worked on a farm in Welland, then worked in the mines in Sudbury. He then worked in gas stations and restaurants before he saved up enough money to buy his own gas station. I was an ESL student when I first entered kindergarten, even though I was born in Canada.” That early life — on the move to wherever there was work, watching her mom pump gas while looking after her inside the store in places like Minnow Lake, Simcoe and Stoney Creek — burned into Adams a strong work ethic, she says. Eventually, she handled some of the gas pumping herself.
One must think that San Grewal as Urban Affairs Reporter should be able to detect a fake story like this. But what is even more shocking is that Mayor Hazel McCallion has been unaware of this imposter at City Hall for SEVEN YEARS?! What? If you’re reading this Hazel, you need to respond with an explanation about what you knew and when you knew it.
Jayme Poisson of the theStar.com writes:
Conservative Eve Adams took the Mississauga-Brampton South riding that Liberal Navdeep Bains has held since 2004. “By any metric, by any measure, this was a massive, positive campaign that was organized in less than a month,” said Adams in the days before the election. The riding stretches from just south of Pearson airport through industrial areas, new subdivisions of Brampton and older neighbourhoods near Rockwood Mall and south Mississauga. There’s a large manufacturing sector and job stability is a major concern amongst constituents. The population is diverse, with about 6 in 10 people part of a visible minority. The Tories pulled out all the stops in an attempt to galvanize the immigrant vote. Bains argued short-sighted Conservative cuts to family reunification and settlement programs. As the ousted Bains walked into a reception in Mississauga Monday night, he shook the hand of a young supporter and said, “Dude, that’s what democracy is all about.”
Mr. Bains, if after reading this article, you still think we have a democracy, think again. The democratic system in Canada has been subverted by these actors aided by the compliant and criminal media.
John Ibbitson of the Globe and Mail writes:
The Mississauga councillor was a page in the House of Commons in 1992 when she was 18, winning one of 42 coveted spots that involve a more rigorous screening than many politicians are subjected to.
“I have no idea how they picked me,” she remembers, with typically political modesty. Pages are chosen from hundreds of applicants: Academic excellence, bilingualism, a solid grounding in Canadian history and the ability to shine through a series of interviews get you the job.
All that and then: “I’d run gofer errands for MPs” for a year, she recalls. Now it is Ms. Adams who will summon a page for a glass of water or to send a note across the floor. She married Tory party strategist Peter Adams.
She has since separated from Peter. As Louie Rosella of Mississauga News reports:
Mississauga-Brampton South MP Eve Adams has separated from her husband and is dating another man with close ties to the Conservatives, according to media reports. Adams, 37, a mother of one, attended a Gold Medal Plates culinary event in Ottawa on Monday with Dimitri Soudas, Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s former director of communications, according to the Ottawa Citizen. Apparently, the two began dating several weeks ago, well after they both separated from their respective spouses. Soudas, 32, left his job in June after five years in the Prime Minister’s Office, saying he wanted to spend more time with his family.
Adams had been married to long-time Tory strategist Peter Adams, who ran and lost in the Mississauga Ward 5 by-election this past summer. Adams served as the Ward 5 councillor in Mississauga for seven years until she vacated her seat after getting elected to Ottawa in May’s federal election. Peter Adams Adams came under fire during the Ward 5 campaign for using his wife’s election signs, leaving many to suggest he was using his wife’s success to try to get into office. Eve Adams was appointed parliamentary secretary to Veterans Affairs minister Steven Blaney.
Feel free to contact Eve Adams and let her know how you feel about her.
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