American Dreams: Well, we simply can't have the series end with Meg jetting off to Berkley to live the life of a rebel. No matter how cute Milo Ventimiglia is (and he's pretty darn cute), I simply don't believe that Meg would have left without even saying goodbye to Sam (a relationship I would love to see the series further explore). Set against the backdrop of American Bandstand and the tumultuous '60s, the show is a throwback to another television era -- a time when there were quality one-hour dramas that entertained multiple generations. This dream should live on.Mazel Tov to that mensch named Jon Stewart for being named in the Time 100. Were the Boston Red Sox included? Man, I love that song Tessie.
Now, for a segment called Where's Evan Bayh?
U.S. Sen. Evan Bayh will be keynote speaker for the Butler County Democratic Party’s annual Truman-Kennedy-Holcomb Dinner on May 5.[...]Canadians take a look at candidates.
The dinner will be held at The Hamiltonian Hotel, One Riverfront Plaza in Hamilton. A social hour reception and silent auction will begin at 5:30 p.m. with dinner served at 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person or $500 per table.
EVAN BAYH — The Indiana senator said he plans to focus on the nation's problems and "these political questions will take care of themselves."Former Congresswoman Jill Long Thompson speaks at Democratic dinner.
She added, however, that Indiana has a great asset in Evan Bayh, who is providing leadership to the world, she said, and "might just be the next president."Congrads to my good friend and former Congressman Romano Mazzolli.
The Kentucky House of Representatives has announced that former U-S Representative Romano "Ron" Mazzoli will replace Charles Lester on the commission starting May First.I'll be up and at 'em early tomorrow finishing a paper and registering for classes.
Lester's term ends April 30th, and he has not sought another four-year term.
Mazzoli, who is a Democrat, entered politics as a state senator from Louisville in 1968. Mazzoli later served as the state's Third District congressman from 1971 until his retirement in 1995. In 1981, he was named chairman of the House subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees and International Law.
He served two years in the U-S Army and graduated magna cum laude from Notre Dame University in 1954. Mazzoli was a private attorney before entering politics.