“I don’t care what anybody says about me as long as it isn’t true.” – Truman Capote (b. September 30)
The Bad Lip Reading YouTube channel, known for creating crazy takes on movies, television shows, sporting events, and political speeches based on what it looks like people could be saying, released a new video on Wednesday featuring a bad lip reading of Hillary Clinton.
Whether you like or dislike Hillary Clinton, this is pretty funny. You can see more Bad Lip Reading videos I have mentioned here.
At Friday’s Senate Judiciary Committee vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, Senator Jeff Flake caved to the Democratic demand for an FBI investigation into Judge Kavanaugh. At The Daily Wire, Matt Walsh gives the reason why Democrats so desperately want this investigation. (more…)
I must say, I did LOVE the original ‘A Star is Born‘ movie featuring Kris Kristofferson and Barbra Streisand but, am a little on the fence about the remake starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. This first single ‘Shallow’ from the A Star is Born (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is pretty good though. What do you think?
“So I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.” – Verse of the Day – Mark 11:24
At the Judge Kavanuagh Senate Judiciary Committee hearing where Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testified, Senator Diane Feinstein threw Dr. Ford under the bus as to who leaked the confidential letter Dr. Ford wrote to the Senator. (more…)
This is a powerful image of the recent North Carolina flooding from Hurrican Florence of an Army vet on a kayak in flooded streets holding an American flag.
It is said a picture can speak a thousand words, and we can think of a few for this powerful image.
Strength. Resilience. Freedom. Pride. Inspiring. America. Service.
These all come to mind when first looking at the image of a man on a kayak in flooded streets holding an American flag.
The moment captured by Laura Boehm shows her husband Todd Boehm, who served in the Army for 23 years before retiring, honoring the star-spangled banner.
Laura said as they were kayaking through the flooded streets on Rosewood Drive to check on their home, her husband noticed an American flag touching the water.
“We couldn’t let it fall,” Laura said.
Without hesitating, he paddled over to where the flag hung and adjusted it so it could continue to wave in the breeze over the devastation left behind by Florence.
Read more here.
(Image: WBTV/Laura Boehm)