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Rush Limbaugh announces he has ‘advanced lung cancer’ (FOX News)
Talk radio king Rush Limbaugh stunned his 27-million member audience Monday with the announcement he’s been diagnosed with “advanced lung cancer.” The 69-year-old conservative talk pioneer closed his broadcast with the grim news, saying he will be leaving his golden EIB microphone for treatment, but hopes to return soon. [Read More]
The climax of “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words,” arrives when the venerable justice recalls the moment he learned his nomination to the Supreme Court was confirmed. Speaking very much “in his own words,” Thomas remembers thinking, “whoop-dee-damn-doo.”
The humor is poignant because it comes after viewers journey with Thomas through his whole life, from rural poverty in the Jim Crow South to Yale, from one marriage to another, from seminary to the Supreme Court, and from hard-earned respectability to a devastating confirmation battle. After watching decades of blood, sweat, and tears culminate in a character assassination of historic proportion, “whoop-dee-damn-doo” feels about right. [Read More]
Iowa Caucuses are tonight
The buzz about the Iowa caucuses centers around the peculiar pulling of the CNN/Des Moines Register caucus poll. I have a background in political polling and survey research so let me share my thoughts with you. [Read More]
The first Democratic presidential candidate launched his campaign in July 2017. Now, Iowa caucusgoers, who have been relentlessly harangued by campaigns, pollsters, and reporters for more than a year, will on Monday weigh in on which candidate they want to take on President Trump for the White House in the fall.
The primary process has whittled the historically crowded field down to a more manageable size. But the unpredictable nature of caucuses, designed to encourage participants to change their minds, and the unusual number of Iowans who are still undecided before the opening 2020 nominating contest lay the ground for a bumpy ride across this first finish line. [Read More]
In an already sex-charged Super Bowl half-time performance, JLo took it up a notch, rubbing her crotch area and then performing on a stripper pole.
The dance came during early into her four-song medley, while performing “Waiting for Tonight.” JLo slid across the stage, toward an awaiting camera, while moving her fingers across her crotch area. A stripper pole was then erected on stage, and JLo danced above her backup dancers. [Read More]