Kim Kardashian should pay more income taxes California group says

January 6, 2012 Green Celebrity Network 0

As if Kim Kardashian didn’t have enough trouble last year — her 72 day marriage with Kris Humphries, and being slammed by PETA for wearing real fur — the famous celebrity socialite is under attack by a brand new group, and this time they want her money. Income tax money, specifically. The Courage Campaign, in California, is lobbying for a higher tax on millionaires in the state, and they’ve cherry picked Kim Kardashian as the poster child for their movement, reports E! Online. Not only is she prettier than 99% of the people in the United States, she is also one of the infamous 1% talked about by Occupy Wall Street. Keep reading…

Too bad Kim Kardashian faked wedding but won’t wear fake fur says PETA

December 29, 2011 Green Celebrity Network 0

Reality television star Kim Kardashian may have made Santa’s nice list this year, but PETA and Santa aren’t seeing eye to eye if that’s the case. Both the reality television star and star celeb rocker Janet Jackson earned Celebrity Grinch awards from PETA, for flaunting furs in 2011 instead of taking the sustainable green position of sporting faux fur. According to Hollywood Life, PETA had this to say about Kim Kardashian: “Some have speculated that Kim Kardashian’s wedding to NBA forward Kris Humphries was fake. Too bad the socialite princess doesn’t have the same enthusiasm for faking her fur.” Keep reading…

Hot Wheels: BMW teams with Toyota to develop green car technology

December 1, 2011 Green Celebrity Network 0

On December 1, 2011, BMW confirmed they will be working with Toyota to develop green car technology. What kind of green cars will the two famous auto makers dream up to promote their brands independently while promoting their car owners drive responsibly with regards to buying eco-friendly technology? Hopefully the new hot wheels designs and green car technology will influence American auto makers to challenge their design theories in the coming years, as it seems the new cars won’t be available to U.S. markets (at least expediently). Want to know more about what green tech autos might be coming to Europe in the near future? Keep reading…

Why Kourtney Kardashian starting celebrity moms blog is shocking

November 30, 2011 Green Celebrity Network 0

What would be more shocking to read — a celebrity moms blog by Kourtney Kardashian that talks about good parenting in terms of providing lavish gifts on a child, having a huge luxury home, and traveling to 5 star resorts around the world with friends and family — or the news she would be willing to split up with her baby daddy to protect her kids from his bad temper and drinking? The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star just announced she is pregnant with her second child by Scott Disick and is starting a celebrity mom blog of her own. Is she as good a mom as Kris Jenner? Keep reading…

Why did Paris Hilton buy a red Ferrari, not a green exotic car?

November 27, 2011 Green Celebrity Network 0

The Kim Kardashian wedding got so many viewers that the Kardashian sisters reality television program Keeping Up With The Kardashians actually got Paris Hilton kicked off reality TV. Now, she is trying to figure out what to do with her life. Consoling herself by shopping, she bought a new Ferrari California over the Thanksgiving holidays. Her Black Friday gift only gets 13 MPG. But the socialite has come out in the past to give her celebrity endorsement to green cars. So why did Paris Hilton buy the hot sports car when she could have gone green? Here’s a list of exotic car alternatives she should have bought instead. Keep reading…

Wikipedia founder asking for donations to stay non-profit?

November 17, 2011 Green Celebrity Network 0

Log on to Wikipedia these days and you might see something odd across the top of the page that looks like a banner ad. It is a message from the founder of the website service asking people to give a donation to fund the project each year if they can. As the founder (a man named Jimmy Wales) says, “When I founded Wikipedia, I could have made it into a for-profit company with advertising banners, but I decided to do something different. We’ve worked hard over the years to keep it lean and tight. We fulfill our mission, and leave waste to others.” Wondering how to help or donate? Keep reading…

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