Hero Charles Ramsey might need a handbook on doing ‘proper’ interviews.
You might want to go visit some of these places if you are in the area! Then you can take pictures, put them on Facebook, and all your friends will think you’re really cool!
They’ll also think you’re a weirdo.
14. Unalaska, Alaska
13. Possum Grape, Arkansas
12. Intercourse, Pennsylvania
11. Mexican Hat, Utah
10. Nowthen, Minnesota
9. Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
8. Whynot, North Carolina
7. Knockemstiff, Ohio
6. Half.com, Oregon
5. Cookietown, Oklahoma
4. Virginville, Pennsylvania
3. Satan’s Kingdom, Utah
2. No Name, Colorado
1. Bacon, Texas
None of these towns sound as good as the following city, though:
Punxsutawney Phil called it wrong, and now the humans are angry.
With the forecast of yet another winter storm on the way for the East Coast (called Virgil), the calls for the fat brown creature to be literally axed have grown serious.
“Young conservatives in this country are ready to take the reigns.”
Georgia State Representative Michael Caldwell was on CPAC’s “10 Conservatives Under 40″ panel at this year’s gathering. The quote above echoes what most of the participants shared throughout the panel: Young conservatives are eager to jump in and make a huge impact on the party and its outreaches.
A woman who sued Kobe Bryant for purportedly proposing to her and reneging on his proposal is now making the jump to the political world in Ohio. The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that Selina Miller, who has filed a number of frivolous lawsuits including claims directed at Kobe Bryant and Denzel Washington, is running for Columbus City School Board.
OH Gov. Kasich: "I don't know if [Obamacare Medicaid expansion] will be workable at the end of the day"
Today, Ohio Gov. John Kasich moved his state into the column with those of four other Republican governors, by accepting additional federal dollars for Medicaid under Obamacare.
Although some stories on Kasich’s decision highlight his praise of White House senior advisor Valerie Jarrett, there was another, crucial part of their conversation:
CINCINNATI, OHIO– “Within the margin of error,” is a phrase that David Axelrod didn’t want to wake up to this morning, although he knows what to do: Obama’s senior advisor will tout the 50-48 result in the D+4 poll and proudly pronounce that the fundamentals of the Democrat narrative are still intact.
Democrats have much to fear when it comes to the math of the horserace for Ohio’s crucial 18 electoral votes.
With two trips to Ohio under my belt this general election, I have been able to witness rallies from Marion to Toledo to the historic West Chester rally Friday night, I’ve talked extensively with soft-money groups here about their operations and have been to polling stations, all to get a first-hand account of what exactly is happening in the state that will determine the next President of the United States. Over the years, I’ve frequently reminded my staff and colleagues that only one thing matters at the end of this horserace: the voters. And voters have begun to speak.