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Sen. James Inhofe, a Republican from Oklahoma, argued that there is no comparison between Hurricane Sandy relief, which he voted against last fall, and aid for his state in the wake of Monday’s devastating tornado because the two are “totally … Continue reading
Jame Dean was one cool dude, so cool, he got beat up by a future president that didn’t even have a gun to defend him and his family. And Dean could never pull off this look.
SAN ANTONIO – A single vote made the difference in a Lytle ISD school board election. Turns out, it was the only vote. The final tally: 1-0. “Going back to your old textbooks: your vote counts,” Lytle ISD spokesperson Derrick … Continue reading
He likes to call these devices a hand held computer, but is trying to find a better name to call it. At first I thought it may have been an old video, but it was published just a few days … Continue reading
Wikipedia Entry I think this is the first time I’ve noticed the teleprompters. But that scene has always reminded me of this scene. My favorite part of that scene is noticing that the goofy actor that’s over Iceman’s shoulder is … Continue reading
Heck, Clinton can’t even compete with this. George H.W. Bush brings Texans cheerleaders roses, has awesome socks
There have been six men who have been the only living United States President (no former President being alive). During three periods in United States history, there have been six men alive to have been United States President. Richard Nixon is … Continue reading
State Rep. Betty Brown, R-Terrell, is quoted in this Houston Chronicle saying: “Rather than everyone here having to learn Chinese — I understand it’s a rather difficult language — do you think that it would behoove you and your citizens to adopt a name … Continue reading
535 Baptist Pastors Visited the U.S. Capital and Placed a King James Bible in their Senator and Representatives’ Office
Capitol Connection 2013 from Cornerstone Baptist Church on Vimeo. They were granted permission from the Senate and House’s Ethics Committee.
It’s almost ten minutes, but quite interesting. CNN’s Dana Bash asked Rep. Michele Bachmann to support claims she made about Pres. Obama’s “lavish” lifestyle with facts.
For my conservative readers: There those celebrities go again, poking their nose into politics. Can’t they just let their idols rest in peace? It’s like they are literally trying to raise people from the dead. Why on Earth would anyone … Continue reading
DaughterGeeding likes to tell me to “shush” when her baby doll is taking a nap. BoyGeeding turned one-year-old on Saturday. All of WifeGeeding’s family came down to GeedingManor, and they vastly outnumber my family, which consists of just SisterGeeding and … Continue reading
Check out the interactive chart here.
In an annual Public Policy Polling survey, 46 percent of those questioned say they don’t trust Rupert Murdoch’s network—a 9-point jump in a negative view of the network since 2010. At the same time, 41 percent of those in the … Continue reading
BOISE – Coeur d’Alene Sen. John Goedde, chairman of the Idaho Senate’s Education Committee, introduced legislation Tuesday to require every Idaho high school student to read Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” and pass a test on it to graduate from high … Continue reading