I saw Sky High on Tuesday as a sneak preview and I enjoyed the film. I was profiled in the latest release of the Bridge, an email listserv offered by Dr. Ted Schlecter dealng with Kentucky politics. Last night, I met Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer. He gladly posed for a picture. The Republican is better known for his days as a member of the Kentucky basketball team from 1988-92. Jonathan Miller was profiled in Pat Crowley's blog. In the meantime, I am waiting to get my latest shipment of music of...Coldplay.
Boston has used 40 players this season. They also went 98 games without going into extra innings until this past Monday. Johnny Damon has either had a hit or run in 40 games.
John Gall was called up to replace the injured Larry Walker. St. Louis has scored 500 runs in 100 games this season. Last night, they almost got their first game in 40 years with a run in each inning.
Cam Kerry may be making a run for Secretary of State in Massachusetts and you can bet right now that he's got my endorsement!
Apparently, insurance scams are common per one Jonathan Miller.
Members of the left plan to show we have religious values over the next few elections.
“It’s easier to come out as gay in Boston than as religious in the Democratic Party,” said the keynote speaker, Rev. Jim Wallis, a well-known progressive evangelical Christian and the author of the best-selling God’s Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn’t Get It.Yes, the latter is why Live 8 happened, well, the original one. But still poverty is wrong no matter where you live.
Wallis, who has just wrapped up a 47-city book tour, told the crowd that many Americans consider themselves people of faith but don’t feel the religious right speaks in their name.
"The religious right think they own God," he continued. "They think there are only two moral issues: abortion and gay marriage."
Instead, he said, ending poverty should be the highest priority of a faith-based politics. "Now that’s a moral value," he stated.
The couch is history but will someone please bring it back?
Seth Meyers pitches Key Party to Paramount.
Is Jim Belushi singing the blues?
Tom Petty is planning to become a music mogul.
Rocker TOM PETTY is planning to set up his own independent record label because music executives take too long to release his albums.Shabbat Shalom.
The FREE FALLIN' singer wants to return to the days when bands like the BEATLES put out three albums a year.
He says, "I like the idea of having an independent label because it reminds me of the early days of rock 'n' roll when there were a lot of independent labels, and they were actually driven by people who liked music.
"They were music people, not lawyers or accountants or whatever you have running the music business now."