Was working on the computer this morning while watching U2′s Go Home. Live From Slane Castle Ireland. Here’s ‘Where the Streets Have No Name’. There’s only one way to listen to it and that is with the sound turned way up. Apologies to the wife.
The Baltimore Sun took some pot shots at the Washington, D.C. area in a recent slideshow that claims Baltimore, MD is a better town than Washington, D.C. Having family and quite a few friends in the Baltimore area, it’s hard to disagree with their findings. See the slideshow at this link. What do you think??
(H/T Capital Games)
Mark Levin joined the Sean Hannity show last night on Fox News Channel (FNC) to talk up his book – The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic. I don’t normally watch Sean Hannity but, I made sure not to miss this interview in front of a live studio audience made up of some of the best Conservative people in America.
Check it out:
Nice catch from the Political Outcast blog. Read why at this link why your car maintenance and insurance is going up thanks to ObamaCare.
Can’t wait to get started on this book. Buy the book and other books by Mark Levin below.
Recently released documents show that the famed ‘Area 51′ location really does exist. So far, ‘Area 51′ is alien free. Click this link to read more.
The King has never left our hearts and minds.
Via CNS News
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Elvis Presley fans from around the world made their annual pilgrimage to Graceland on Thursday to pay their respects to the rock n’ roll icon with a solemn candlelight vigil on the 36th anniversary of his death.
Thousands of Presley fans carried lit candles as they walked silently through the Mediation Garden at Graceland, Presley’s longtime Memphis home. The garden is the location of Presley’s grave and also is the spot where his mother, father and grandmother are buried.
Wreaths of flowers and pictures of Presley encircled the grave, while shadows cast by the glowing candles danced along the stone wall surrounding the garden. Soft music played in the mild night, as some in the procession bowed their heads or cried quietly.
Each year, fans of Presley’s music and movies come to Memphis for Elvis Week, the weeklong celebration of his life and career. Presley died on Aug. 16, 1977, of a heart attack after battling prescription drug abuse.
See more at this link.