This week the women of the week comes from the red carpet at the Oscars. We picked the person we have never seen before that knocked us out. We choose Jennifer Shrader Lawrence who was born on August 15, 1990 in Louisville, Kentucky. At the age of 14 she decided to pursue an acting career, persuading her parents to take her to New York City to find a talent agent. She graduated from high school two years early in order to begin acting. There were more famous ladies on the carpet but she stole the spotlight for us as we suffered through as some of our usual favorites did little to impress but when Jennifer appeared it was a home run. She has had lead roles in TBS’s The Bill Engvall Show and in the independent films The Burning Plain and Winter’s Bone, for which she received critical acclaim and an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. This is why she was on the red carpet last night and a huge stand out. The photo above is Jennifer in the bangin red dress we hear she wore to the Vanity Fair Oscar after Party. We look forward to her next role in the upcoming X-Men:First Class. Jennifer has credit for 2011 movies Like Crazy and The Beaver.
There is going to be a problem with the 2012 election and Republican party. We are afraid the when it comes time to stand up the list of people going to the dance are going to be the same cast of characters from before. We are speaking because there are Republican officials churning the rumor former House Speaker Newt Gingrich intends to take a formal step in the next two weeks toward a run for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. The former Georgia congressman has been travelling to key primary and caucus states in recent months in the run-up to a campaign for the White House. The officials say an announcement is likely in the first half of March. We need if we are going to win to move the old retreads out of the way. We need to give fresh new voices to the people that have not been heard. If we start letting the lame stream press give flight to Palin, McCain, or Gingrich we will lose. We need to allow the voices of Rubio, Chrsiti and Pawlenty to move to the forefront and create the spark. Then we can watch the snowball roll down hill gaining momentum and sweep the White House clean.
Now that gas is climbing again approaching $4 a gallon on the east coast we are putting it to the lame stream media. This must be President Barack Obama’s fault as when it happened in 2007 it was President Bush’s fault along with Vice President Dick Cheney and Halliburton. When you do a quick Google search of $4 gas president there seems to be dead air as when it comes to blaming the king of all democrat run media there is crickets chirping on this issue. Most of the hits from the most popular search engine refer to President Bush as well as many left wing blogs enjoying a high rank. When we yell there is a media bias people think we are crazy but this the kind of stuff that drives us crazy, the total in the satchel approaches by the lame streamers. Granted there many articles in the search from people who fear $4 gas will stop any momentum the so called recovery will have. Four of the top nine links are about President Bush being at fault and two videos. There is no links where anyone one blames this president. What is even better if you go to the following pages of results there are bunch of stories about how Americans will be able to handle the $4 gallon price this time. That pretty much says it all when they are ready to sell you down the river without rage to hold water for their guy.
The cut and slash go go House of rep broke out the machete again. House Republicans detailed a proposal to slash $4 billion in federal spending as part of legislation to keep the government operating for two weeks past a March 4 deadline. This means they still need the Senate Democrats to accept their approach and avoid a government shutdown. The last time there was a government shutdown was in 1996. The new GOP plan we should see on the floor next week includes some $1.24 billion in savings, mainly from programs that President Barack Obama had proposed cutting in the fiscal 2012 budget, and the termination of some $2.7 billion in earmarks, or special projects, that are part of this year’s budget. The strategy is solid as if President Obama was already ready to cut the program why not now and as far as earmarks it will be tough for democrats to hitch a wagon to that poison pill as we have proved earmarks are the quickest was to lose in a primary never mind a general election. The $1.24 billion in program cuts proposed include $650 million in highway money for states provided in the fiscal 2010 budget, $250 million for a Striving Readers program that Obama wanted to eliminate next year and $75 million in election assistance grants for states.
We wanted to let you know about handmade jewelry made from some intriguing glass art. These items consist of everything from original sculptures, modern, contemporary, abstract, and wearable art. They also make unique dichroic glass jewelry. These feature dichroic glass pendants with Sterling Silver bails, earrings and charms as well as other things they have dreamed up. The kind of Glass Blowing they do is called lamp-working. This jewelry and art is made with Borosilicate Glass or the brand name, Pyrex. It is a very Hard Glass that is durable and scratch resistant. It’s so durable the thermal insulation tiles on the space shuttle are coated with borosilicate glass.
Another case of the fix being in a former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel was elected mayor of Chicago. The ballot boxes must have been spitting out ballots that did not have Emanuel punched. This was not even close as Emanuel killed all five rivals to take the helm of the nation’s third-largest city as it prepares to chart a new course without the retiring Richard M. Daley. The big thing is the margin is so wide he avoided an April run off; this is more crazy Chicago politics. We are seeing still with not all precincts in that he had 55 percent of the vote, he only needed more than 50 percent of the vote to win outright. We never felt this one was going to be closer but it was the city’s first mayoral race in more than 60 years without an incumbent on the ballot and the first in more than two decades without Daley among the candidates. Chicago has a Daley in charge for more than 43 out of the last 56 years. The good news is the mayor is not going to be former Senator Carol Moseley Braun who had less than ten percent of the vote. When they write the book on this one we cannot wait to read how this one was stolen.
When you say careful what you wish for we have never seen it so true as it did for Nevada voters yesterday. This is due to Senator Harry Reid who we knew was a bad choice for Nevada. We knew that after ramming Obamacare through, that he needed to go. They did not see it that way as the hotel workers came out strong in support a voted Senator Reid in for a fifth term. It did not matter to the voters that Nevada had the highest unemployment in the nation at the time of the election. Since he is now safe for another six years he can move against the very people that supported him. Senator Reid took aim at the world’s oldest profession, telling state lawmakers the time has come to have an adult conversation about Nevada’s legal sex trade if the state hopes to succeed in the 21st century. The Democratic Senate majority leader made the comments before a joint session of the Legislature as brothel owners and lobbyists also looked on. It will never surprise us when these politicians stab the very people in the back that raised them up. Careful what you wish for as these leopards never changed their spots.
This week we are going to highlight a new comer to the list. Teresa Palmer who was born on February 26, 1986 in Adelaide, South Australia makes the grade this week. Teresa officially moved to Los Angeles in 2007 to be a full time actress. She made her film debut in the suicide drama 2:37. We put her on the list after her red carpet walk and premier and her movie I am Number Four opened this weekend. The movie finished second opening weekend taking in $19 million. Teresa has been in some major movies already in her career with big name stars. We first seen her in The Grudge 2, some of these other major roles include December Boys, Bedtime Stories, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice with Nicolas Cage and Jay Baruchel. Her upcoming films include Take Me Home Tonight, which is a movie about the good old 80’s in March and later in the year she will be in the release of Say Nothing. If you have ever seen her on the red carpet you know why she made the list. If you have ever seen her melt the big screen you know it was about time she made the list. Teresa has an awesome body, great curves, big smile, and usually long blonde curly hair.
We are feeling spring coming and one of our first trips to get away is to Chautauqua’s Wonder of Nature. Living in the northeast cabin fever starts to set in and you need to break off the mold and get fresh air when it becomes possible. When you visit Chautauqua’s Wonder of Nature this is a great way to get back outside and stay there. The Panama Rocks extend about half a mile over twelve acres of an erupted, Paleozoic Seashore originating over 300 million years ago. It is a ridge of Quartz Conglomerate Rock, which was carved and shaped by a Glacier, in this ancient forest. You have never seen the wonder of this awe inspiring nature an enchanting world of towering rocks. Hundreds of deep, crevice passageways cool, cavernous dens and small caves grotesque roots snake down rocks delicate ferns and mosses. There is a self-guided one mile hiking trail and Off-Trail exploring is permitted. This is a great outdoor recreation and oh so needed after a long cold winter that is fun for kids of all ages. The park has been around since 1885 and is privately owned. We bring it up because the 2011 season begins May 14 and they are open from 10:00am to 5:00pm. The cost to get in is fair priced when you balance how long you can stay. Adult $7, Children 6-12 are only $5, there are other discounts as well.
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