Charmed Updates: Exclusive Spotlight On "Charmed" Books, Penned By Paul Ruditis, "The War On Witches" Soon To Be On Stores 18th September, 2018!
Posted on 10 Jun 2018
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This previously released in digital e-book from Harper Collins Canada will now be available in mass paperback when the book will be published under Joe Books in physical form. Protectors of the innocent, the Charmed Ones—sisters Piper, Phoebe, and Paige—believe their days battling the forces of darkness are behind them. With everything at peace in the world, the sisters turn their attention to living private lives…until a dangerous new power intent on stealing their magic—and that of all of the world's witches—emerges. This title will be released on September 18, 2018.

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New Article: Exclusive Alyssa Milano and Rep. Carolyn Maloney rally for passage of Equal Rights Amendment
Posted on 09 Jun 2018
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Actress Alyssa Milano joined New York pols Monday to push for an amendment to the constitution to guarantee equal rights for women under the law. Milano and Rep. Carolyn Maloney rallied at Wall Street’s “Fearless Girl” statue to say the Equal Rights Amendment, introduced decades ago, should finally be ratified.


"“I am here today because women are not guaranteed equal justice under the law of our Constitution,” Milano said. “Lack of recognition of women’s equality perpetuates the belief that women are less than, which leads to unequal treatment, abuses of power, sexual harassment, misconduct, and assault.”

Illinois last week became the 37th state to ratify the ERA, which would guarantee equal treatment under the law for both genders - one short of the 38 states necessary to add it to the Constitution.

But the deadline for ratification passed back in 1982, meaning ratifying the amendment would require another vote of Congress to change the deadline. That’s unlikely in the current Republican-controlled Congress.

Maloney (D-Manhattan) has introduced the amendment in Congress 11 times, but it has never received a committee hearing.

So she plans to hold a shadow hearing in Washington, D.C. this week to give advocates an opportunity to testify.

“It’s time - long past time - to put equality of treatment [and] fairness in the Constitution for women,” she said. “The current crop of Congressional leaders have not only refused to do anything about it, they’ve refused to even talk about it.”

Congress originally passed the ERA in 1972, but the amendment faced a conservative backlash and failed to get the necessary three-quarters of states on board by the deadline."







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New Appearance: Exclusive Actress Alyssa Milano Wants an Equal Rights Amendment As Via Fortune!
Posted on 09 Jun 2018
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Actress and Left-wing activist Alyssa Milano appeared alongside Democratic Representatives Carolyn Maloney and Jackie Speier outside the Capitol on Wednesday to express her support in ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). Milano testified at a shadow hearing hosted by Rep. Maloney in the Rayburn House Office Building — a vocal supporter of the #MeToo movement, Milano tweeted about her appearance before the lawmakers and her push for ERA on Twitter.


"“The #MeToo movement was such a powerful phenomenon because for far too long, women have not felt heard,” Milano said in a statement. “It’s hard to empower women when they are not recognized as part of our constitution. Now is the time for that to change and for the ERA to become part of the law for our nation.”

“Women came together, in the last year, to say ‘Me Too.’ We supported each other and we held men accountable by saying ‘Time’s Up.’ Well, I’m here today to say, the time is now to pass the ERA so that all citizens of our country have the opportunity to reach their full potential,” Milano said during a press conference on Capitol Hill.

The Charmed alum is no stranger to the political limelight but mostly regarding her conflict with national firearms interests. In early April, the actress publicly blamed the National Rifle Association for the shooting at YouTube HQ, saying that if the organization was “run by brown or black people, it would be labeled a terrorist organization with hate propaganda programming that incites violence.” Later that same month, Milano led a protest at a Dallas NRA convention and started a petition asking Vice President Mike Pence to skip the event. A week later on May 7, Milano tweeted a “Gun Safety Bill of Rights.”

Milano’s support of the ERA is significantly less controversial. The Equal Rights Amendment is a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution which, in essence, is meant to dissolve any differences between sexes in matters such as divorce, property ownership, and employment.

The ERA was originally introduced in 1972, where it was ratified by 35 states — just three short of being added. And while Congress set a deadline for its ratification in 1982, there are many lawmakers who believe it is still valid. Illinois and Nevada recently ratified the amendment, and others have put forth legislation aimed at retracting the original deadline so that the amendment can be integrated."







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New Appearance: Exclusive As Alyssa Milano Attends Women's Rountables With Representative For Equal Rights Amendments!
Posted on 08 Jun 2018
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Forty-six years after Congress originally passed it, the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution is just one state short of ratification, and Wednesday actress Alyssa Milano joined with Democratic lawmakers in a campaign calling for that last state to do so. Milano connected the efforts back to other women’s movements that have gained momentum in the last year in response to a wellspring of reporting about sexual and other types of harassment and abuse in the workplace.


""Women came together, in the last year, to say 'Me Too.' We supported each other and we held men accountable by saying 'Time’s Up.' Well, I’m here today to say, the time is now to pass the ERA so that all citizens of our country have the opportunity to reach their full potential," Milano said during a press conference on Capitol Hill.

Milano was joined by Rep. Carolyn Maloney and other members of Congress. Later Wednesday Maloney was holding a “shadow hearing” where Milano and other stakeholders would testify, so called because it's not officially recognized by a congressional committee. Maloney asked House Judiciary Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., to hold a hearing but he has not responded to her.

The key phrase in the amendment, which Congress approved in March 1972, mandates that “Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.”

While there are more protections against gender discrimination now than in the 1970s, supporters argue that the ERA would provide the broadest protection.

Illinois became the 37th state to ratify the ERA last Wednesday, almost enough to reach the 38 -- or three-quarters of the states needed to ratify a constitutional amendment.

In a very short gaggle with reporters after the press conference, Milano said activists are targeting Virginia to be the last state to ratify it.

But even if Virginia, or another state, ratify it, opponents might bring challenges. The original authors put a seven-year deadline on ratification, which was later extended to 1982. Opponents might cite that deadline to make the argument that this ratification effort is invalid.

Some opponents have also made a more policy-specific argument, like Illinois state Rep. Peter Breen. During his state’s recent debate over the ERA, he warned that supporters only wanted to see the amendment ratified in order to strengthen abortion rights.

But that argument didn’t even sail with all of his Republican colleagues.

“I am pro-life. I’m a mother of a two-year-old daughter. I am for her and others to know in the state of Illinois she should have the same opportunities as men. Vote yes,” said Republican state Rep. Christine Winger, according to the Chicago Tribune."







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Charmed Updates: Exclusive Spotlight On "Charmed" Books, With Novel Penned By Paul Ruditis, "As Puck Would Have It" Finally Added!
Posted on 08 Jun 2018
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I am trying to make something different here with "Charmed Novel" since the page that I am building is still under construction. Let's continue this week with the online novel penned by Paul Ruditis, "As Puck Would Have It"! As Puck Would Have It is the 34th novel in the Charmed novel series. It takes place between Season 6 Episode 6 "My Three Witches" and Episode 13 "Used Karma", as Phoebe is still dating Jason, but he is in Hong Kong.




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Three sisters sent on a wild goose chase—
A mystery to solve, a demon to face.
To save a soul before time runs out,
Learn when to trust and when to doubt!

It's tough to get good service these days—at least if you're a Charmed One. Piper has an odd altercation with a housekeeper, Phoebe receives some strange advice from a computer technician, and Paige witnesses the questionable wilderness skills of her hiking guide all in the same day.

The sisters come to the conclusion that magic must be to blame. They soon deduce that the mythological and literary troublemaker Puck has decided to pay them a visit. Just as they realize who is responsible for all the chaos, Puck—who is as curious as he is mischievous—appears and announces that he has devised a plan that will let him see the Power of Three in action: The circus has come to town, and he knows of an Innocent in need of protection.

At the circus, the three sisters must find the one in peril while a devilish, shape-shifting Puck leaves them second-guessing their every move. With an unknown Innocent in danger and time running out, will the Charmed Ones be able to outsmart Puck and defeat evil before it's too late?"



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New Article: Exclusive Alyssa Milano visits Capitol Hill to advocate for Equal Rights Amendment
Posted on 08 Jun 2018
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Alyssa Milano made a Wednesday appearance at a news conference alongside Democratic Reps. Carolyn Maloney (N.Y.) and Jackie Speier (Calif.) outside the Capitol ahead of her testimony on Wednesday in support of ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). The “Charmed” actress — a prominent “Me Too” activist — is poised to testify at a Rayburn House Office Building shadow hearing hosted by Maloney to push for the ERA.


"“The #MeToo movement was such a powerful phenomenon because for far too long, women have not felt heard. It’s hard to empower women when they are not recognized as part of our Constitution. Now is the time for that to change and for the ERA to become part of the law for our nation,” Milano, 45, said in a statement this week.

Proponents of the ERA say that it’s necessary in order to officially guarantee equal rights for all Americans, regardless of gender.

Congress approved the amendment in 1972, but only 35 states — three short of the number required to add it to the Constitution — ratified it ahead of the deadline.

Congress’s deadline to secure the ERA expired in 1982.

But Illinois ratified the amendment last month, and proponents argue that the 27th Amendment's 202 years between submission and ratification is evidence that the ERA can still be ratified."







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New Appearance: Exclusive Andrea Mitchell Reports, With Both Carolyn Maloney & Alyssa Milano on the Equal Rights Amendment
Posted on 07 Jun 2018
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Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney and Alyssa Milano discuss the Equal Rights Amendment on MSNBC's "Andrea Mitchell Reports". Thank you so much, Honorable U.S. @RepMaloney for sponsoring @RepSpeier's #HJR53 in Congress that would re-lift the ratification deadline on the essential Equal Rights Amendment! Check out over 400+ high definition screen captures from the segment in the gallery and enjoy the previews below!





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New Appearance: Exclusive Alyssa Milano on Ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment
Posted on 06 Jun 2018
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The actress and activist Alyssa Milano wants women to know that the Constitution doesn't protect their rights as much as they may think it does. Milano, who co-founded the #MeToo Movement to highlight women's rights and the issue of sexual assault, is working to raise awareness of the Equal Rights Amendment or ERA, a proposed Constitutional amendment that would ensure women are treated the same as men under the law.


"We need to have protections and guarantees in the Constitution," Milano said Monday in an interview with Cheddar. "What the ERA would do is guarantee us equality across the board."

Milano was speaking at an event in front of the "Fearless Girl" statue in New York City's Financial District, along with Representative Carolyn Maloney, a New York Democrat. She has been one of the ERA's most fervent supporters in Congress, reintroducing the ERA on the House floor 11 times in her 25-year Congressional career. She said she'll continue to do so until it is ratified.

"Right now our Constitution for 242 years has guaranteed that men have equality in our laws but not women," Maloney said. "I believe it's fundamentally the most important thing we can do to help women, empower women."

The only right women are explicitly granted by the Constitution is the right to vote under the 19th Amendment, which was ratified in 1920. The ERA was written to extend protections for women.

To become enshrined in the U.S. Constitution, 38 states must ratify the amendment. Illinois became the 37th state to ratify the ERA on Friday, June 1, but it's been a slow roll since the ERA was first passed in both the House and Senate in 1972.

Virginia is one state that could push the amendment over the edge to ratification. The state elected a record 38 women to the Virginia General Assembly last year, which Maloney said may make the difference in ratifying the ERA.

It has taken almost a century to get this close to ratifying the ERA, first introduced in Congress in the early 1920s, and its supporters are still hopeful.

"I pray that my three-year-old daughter will grow up in a world where she's equal to my son," Milano said."







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Charmed Updates: Exclusive WB "Charmed" DVD Magazine UK Collection Mostly All Of Them Have Been Added!
Posted on 04 Jun 2018
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Thank you for still sticking around with us as we are trying our best to bring the best of Alyssa Mlano and "Charmed" to the audience. We have updated the gallery with some of the best collection from DVD collection from the UK edition. Check out the gallery for the amazing photos from the stunning UK DVD collection. Hang on and enjoy the stunning images from the collection so stay tuned and have fun all of them!





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charmed updates: exclusive as we replaced some "charmed" series books in paperback with better quality into the gallery at the moment - part II!
Posted on 03 Jun 2018
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Thanks for the support that we have been getting on the regular basis from all of the visitors here and we are still here struggling to do our best in bringing to you the best of Alyssa Milano media online right to your computer screen. At the moment we are slowly replacing most of the current medium quality photos from "Charmed" paperback books into the gallery and we have done the rest of 17 books already but we will surely be adding more soon right after the break! Check out often in the gallery and view the rest of the images! This is the continuation post from the replacement updates!







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Charmed Updates: Exclusive As We Replaced Some "Charmed" Series Books In Paperback With Better Quality Into The Gallery At The Moment!
Posted on 03 Jun 2018
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Thanks for the support that we have been getting by regular basis from all of the visitors here and we are still here struggling to do our best in bringing to you the best of Alyssa Milano media online right to your computer screen. At the moment we are slowly replacing the current medium quality photos of "Charmed" paperback books into the gallery and we have done at least 11 books already but we will be adding more soon right after the break! Check out the gallery and view the rest of the images!







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New Appearance: Exclusive Alyssa Milano Was Caught By Photographers Out And About In The City With A Friend!
Posted on 03 Jun 2018
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Alyssa Milano was caught strolling around the city with a friend looking sexy as ever. Spotting a casual wear and tied hair like how she used to tie her hair up she still looks mesmerizing and I love her new look. Check out more images in the gallery and enjoy the previews below! Stay tuned for more updates coming up next!





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Charmed Updates: Exclusive It's Ridiculously Easy to Binge Charmed Before the Reboot Gets Here
Posted on 02 Jun 2018
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Just when you thought television had run out of things to reboot, The CW announced it's ordered a pilot for an updated Charmed. Based on the beloved '90s and '00s WB show, the new Charmed is set to follow three sisters in a college town where they fight all manner of evil and the patriarchy.


"It sounds promising, especially since it's from a pair of Jane the Virgin writers. However, it's hard to imagine any show living up to the sisterly love and weekly butt-kicking the Halliwell sisters got up to in the original. There's definitely room for these two shows to coexist, but before the new Charmed episodes arrive, you owe it to yourself to revisit the adventures of Prue, Piper, Phoebe, and Paige.

Happily, watching the original Charmed is easy, thanks to the internet, but be warned: if you currently aren't subscribed to Netflix, then the process could be costly.

Netflix has all eight seasons of Charmed available to stream instantly. If you're not currently subscribed to the site, subscription prices start out at just $7.99 a month. Best of all, the streaming site offers new users a free one-month trial period and you can cancel at any time — so if you think you can power through eight seasons of witches, demons, and whitelighter drama in 30 days, then you could conceivably legally watch the entire series without paying a single dime.

Another option is the free TNT app. Charmed airs daily on TNT, so if you have cable, you can hop into the series by DVR-ing or watching episodes as they air every weekday at 8 a.m. ET. That requires factoring the series into your daily schedule, though, which in this hectic era is harder than ever before.

That's where the app comes in. If you're a cable or satellite TV subscriber, then you most likely have access to the TNT app. While the cable channel doesn't have all of the episodes available, it does have the bulk of seasons one through three, and TNT adds more episodes all the time (but episodes also expire, so it's definitely a more complicated way of getting your Charmed fix).

Again, cable and satellite subscribers have an avenue for watching the Halliwell sisters fight demons that don't involve having to shell out extra cash. The show is also available on-demand from services like DirecTV. Much like the TNT app, not all of the episodes are available for streaming, but there are usually enough hours of the show available to introduce you to the Halliwells' world.

Finally, if you're extra committed to watching the series, you can buy episodes starting at $1.99 each from Google Play, Vudu, Amazon, and iTunes. If you choose this route, it's cheaper to buy the entire season at once, because you get a discount. And as an added bonus, you will officially be the proud owner of every season, which means you can watch Prue, Piper, Phoebe, and Paige save the world whenever the mood strikes.

Whether you spring for a Netflix subscription or add daily airings of Charmed to your morning routine, you won't regret watching this fun, girl-power-infused '90s masterpiece of a series."



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Gallery Updates: Alyssa Milano to Join Women's Rights Advocates at Shadow Hearing on the Equal Rights Amendment
Posted on 02 Jun 2018
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On the heels of Illinois becoming the 37th state since 1972 to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment on Wednesday night, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), House sponsor of the Equal Rights Amendment (H.J. Res. 33), will host a shadow hearing on the need for an Equal Rights Amendment on Wednesday, June 6 from 3 - 5pm on Capitol Hill. Hearing witnesses will be an actress and activist Alyssa Milano, Co-President of the ERA Coalition Carol Robles-Román, and Jessica Lenahan, the plaintiff in Supreme Court case Castle Rock v. Gonzales. In April, Maloney sent a letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte requesting a hearing on the ERA but has received no response. There has not been a Congressional hearing on the ERA since 1984.





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New Article: Exclusive As Alyssa Milano And Maloney push for Equal Rights Amendment
Posted on 01 Jun 2018
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While most Americans think gender equality is the law of the land, the Equal Rights Amendment — which would constitutionally guarantee that — was never ratified. Actress Alyssa Milano is adding star power to a new push to get the 70s-era amendment added to the Constitution, teaming up with Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) for an event on Capitol Hill next Wednesday.


"Maloney has re-introduced the ERA this session and supporters got a boost this week when Illinois became the 37th state to ratify the amendment, which first passed Congress in 1972.

Thirty-eight are needed.

But so much time has passed, that it’s not clear if the amendment will pass legal muster if supporters can get the 38th vote.

Maloney first tried to resurrect the ERA more than a decade ago, hoping that the Democratic wave that put her party back in control of Congress and carried Sen. Barack Obama to the White House, would compel ratification.

It never worked out.

Proponents like Maloney and Milano argue that the ERA would ensure that legislation created in the midst of the #MeToo movement on issues like discrimination and harassment would be on the firmer legal footing.

“The #MeToo movement was such a powerful phenomenon because for far too long women have not felt heard,” Milano said Thursday in a statement. “It’s hard to empower women when they are not recognized as part of our Constitution.”

“It’s simple we need the ERA to protect women’s rights. We need the ERA to make sure all women, and girls, know that they are in no way limited by their gender,” the actress added."



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