At last week's White House state dinner held for French President Emmanuel Macron apparently jambalaya was served. Louisiana's Bill Cassidy was all like "Wait a minute, hold up. I know jambalaya, and this is not Jambalaya." I might be paraphrasing, but basically that's what he said. Cassidy is calling it “fake food”. But, Cassidy doesn't seem to really know what jambalaya is...
Tomorrow, we elect a new president. This campaign has been bitter, and divisive. Friendships have been wrecked. Celebrities have proclaimed their intention to leave the country. Canada seems to be the most popular choice. Is it the right one for you?..
Will he announce that he's running for Congress or the Senate? Not sure, but he has said that "The very essence of our country is threatened and career politicians can’t fix it. America needs real patriots in DC.”
Again, this is why we LOVE Live Television---you never know what can or will happen. Rep. Joe Garcia apparently forgot that he was on live television when he picked his ear and then ATE whatever he snagged from it.
If you think you're saving the world by liking a page on Facebook, UNICEF Sweden has got some news for you -- you're not. Liking a page is a great way to keep informed about a charity or cause, but unless it's part of a specific campaign, it doesn't actually do much good...
This video of a failed assassination attempt of Ahmed Dogan in Bulgaria has gone viral, and you can see it here.
The Turkish party leader, Ahmed Dogan, was delivering a speech at a party caucus in the capital Saturday when the gunman walked up to him and attempted to shoot him in the head.
LMFAO has been coming out with a ton of hits lately that have been so catchy, even the President is jumping on board! Just in case your wondering, President Obama did not take the time out of his busy schedule to sing us a song. Some talented video editor did take the time to show off his cutting and pasting skills to make an awesome parody though.
Tis' the season for politics. You can't get on the internet or turn on the TV without seeing a local or national ad campaign with some John Q. Candidate screaming "Vote for Me!" It might just be me, but when I see those ads, all I see are more of the same promises, which inevitably means more of the same problems.