Saturday Night Live is always good for a laugh, especially during an election year. So this past Saturday night, SNL didn't disappoint. If you caught the skit on the Presidential debate you'll have a good laugh again, if you didn't catch it, you'll have a great laugh now!
I don't know why the media isn't all over the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Dinner. We need to have more time to prepare for this. I didn't even know it was last night, I just happened upon it, and got to watch. Had I known it was coming up I definitely would've had the DVR set.
A young former Obama supporter was set to do an interview on Fox and Friends concerning the high unemployment rate among Americans between the ages of 18 -24. The rate is at 15.7% at the moment. Gretchen Carlson welcomed Max Rice, a recent college graduate who was forced to move back in with his parents due the lack of jobs.
Sara Evans, who took a break from politics at the Republican National Convention in order to put on a performance for Got Your 6, a non-profit that helps veterans and military families, admitted she was captivated by Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney and his handsome sidekick, Paul Ryan.
So. About Clint Eastwood. How many of you watched the Republican National Convention last night? If you did watch, were you thinking "Huh?" Clint Eastwood delivered his much-anticipated speech at the convention last night, a 10-minute dress endorsing Mitt Romney. The speech seemed unscripted, to say the least, and a bit strange because Eastwood spoke to President Obama in the form of an empty chair.
In Victoria Texas, the Secret Service is investigating a billboard posted that reads, “Pray for Obama” with the Bible scripture below it reading Psalms 109:8. The scripture is what has people upset. The billboard has stirred major controversy because of the interpretation of what the Bible scripture reads in regard to President Obama.
Looks like a lot of people around the country were eating more chicken yesterday. (I'm sure that made the cows happy!) Chick-fil-A's "Appreciation Day" was a huge success. It definitely was in Tyler, because I saw the long line of cars stretching to "forever" down South Broadway and Troup Highway.
Today is voting day and this is your right and chance to get your voice heard. Even though it will be hot there today, it's important to exercise your right to vote. The polls opened at 7a.m. this morning and will remain open until 7p.m. tonight. So get out and vote.
A billboard in Caldwell, Idaho is drawing massive negative attention as it displays a photo of President Barack Obama and the Aurora, Colo., shooter, James Holmes. The text says, “Making Statism Unpopular.”
The controversy continues in Chick-fil-A land. Amid a heated national debate over Chick-fil-A's stance on gay marriage, now a Chicago official has pledged to block the fast food chain from opening in his district.
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