web site is http://www.ukatheletics.com, not http://www.ukathletics.com. Thanks for using infra.And I thought the people at Yale were idiots for not knowing where the bookstore was?!?
Columbia and New York Times had a deal to supress Jewish votes. Should I rule them out for grad school then? They have a great film program.
There is polarization in the filibuster shift and Senator Lieberman is a leading figure in it. He's on our side in the fight.
In 1995, the arch-centrist joined a fellow Democrat, Senator Tom Harkin of Iowa, in proposing a rule change that would have kept the 60 votes presently required for "cloture" of a Senate filibuster, but decreased it by three votes with each of the next three cloture attempts until it got down to a simple majority of 51. The proposal foundered when the Republican majority unanimously opposed it, along with much of the Democratic leadership.Virginia Governor Mark Warner tried governing from the center. WE'll see if it paid off but for now the legislative session is over.
More recently, Lieberman has found himself on the other side of the filibuster debate. In 2003, in response to efforts by Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist to push the "nuclear option" to end judicial filibuster, Lieberman told the Senate's Committee on Rules & Administration that the GOP proposal was not like his and "amounts to a demand for unilateral disarmament."
"It is an effort to force the current minority party to swallow a rules change that allows this president and his party to carve an exception from the Senate rules for their out-of-the-mainstream judicial nominees, while keeping the parts of the cloture rule that they want to continue taking advantage of," Lieberman said. He added, "In contrast to the serious reform effort we made, this proposal amounts to one party's effort to turn a Senate rule into a partisan tool — to cherry-pick its favored issue in the name of democracy, while leaving themselves free to filibuster away on legislative proposals they don't like."
Esclusive on Jon Stewart! I didn't get it but if you want to sleep where he slept...
The tour of celebrity dorms does not stop there. Jon Stewart, or Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz (as he was known at the time), spent four years in the early 1980s at the College, the first of which, according to old student directories, was passed in Yates 115. As a sophomore, Stewart moved down the road to Unit D 207 in the PiKA house, followed by a brief stint off-campus at 111B Matoaka Court his junior year. Stewart was back on campus as a senior in Chandler 105, and, according to Boykin, his former Head Resident likes to comment on how annoying he was to this day.Western Kentucky University did not do enough justice to comedian Lee Camp. Let's see what NKU does to Tom Cotter before I pick on WKU more.
As for Thomas Jefferson, early students at the College were thought to have lived on the third floor of the Wren Building, according to Campus Historian Louise Kale.
James P. Pinkerton believes Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour is the dark horse.
Will Jimmy Fallon survive Taxi?
"I look at the careers of Adam Sandler and Will Ferrell and tell myself it is possible if you dream hard enough, believe hard enough and dream hard enough," said Fallon, who ended his six-year stint on SNL last May, in a recent interview.Mazel Tov to Jon Stewart for his show winning a Peabody Award.
Fallon knows dreams can come true. From the time he was a child, he told everyone he was going to be on SNL.
"I wanted to be the next Dana Carvey. It was my obsession. When I went to college, I wouldn't go to parties until after Saturday Night Live. I'd be arriving when most people would be leaving."
You know he's not exaggerating when Fallon says "the coolest day of my life was my first day on Saturday Night Live."
Fallon, 30, first auditioned for SNL in 1995 when he was a member of the improv group the Groundlings.
"In that first round of auditions I wasn't what they were looking for but when I auditioned again three years later, they were looking for someone to do impressions and that was my specialty," he recalls.
It was during the second round of auditions that SNL's producer Lorne Michaels asked to see him.
"It was a phenomenal experience. Everyone from the makeup person to the sound technician to the floor manager warned me that Lorne Michaels does not laugh and not to let that discourage me or throw me off."
Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Indecision 2004 won a Peabody for its presidential campaign coverage; the Peabody Board citied the show's appeal as "satire that deflates pomposity on an equal opportunity basis." This is the program's second Peabody; it also won for its 2000 election coverageCongrads to Kentucky native Brad Wilkerson for hitting a second time for the cycle.
How far is too far for the gossip columnists? Now, Lindsay Lohan is on the defensive with the Christian Slater rumors?!?
Britney's lack of experience bars her from looking after second child. Like I'm surprised?!?