The politicians of this country could learn a thing or two or three from the heroines and heros of both "The Hunger Games" and "Twilight" book and movie series. While we've watched politicos pander to special interests like Big Oil and Big Money campaign donors, attack women's reproductive rights and get exposed as cheaters -- these books celebrate admirable and traditional values. I'm tired of hearing so-called "serious" people roll their eyes over the literature choices of young women, especially since these "highbrows" have rarely even read "The Hunger Games" or "Twilight" books. Instead they should be impressed by the strength and courage of the female characters central to these books.

-- Bonnie FullerBonnie Fuller is president and editor-in-chief of and the former editor of Star, Us Weekly, Glamour, Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire magazines.A cute Kardashian kidKourtney Kardashian's son Mason Disick is the cutest kid in Hollywood! His doting aunt Kim Kardashian tweeted a pic of her energetic nephew showing off his yoga moves.

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