To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic television appearance on ‘The Ed Sullivan’ show, artists like Sting and Lenny Kravitz are returning to the same stage—now home to the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’—to honor the Fab Four.
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Gov. Chris Christie lashed out Wednesday at a former White House doctor who said she worries about him dying in office because he is so heavy, telling her to “shut up.”
David Letterman’s “stupid human tricks” and Top 10 lists are being vaulted into the ranks of cultural acclaim as the late-night comedian receives this year’s Kennedy Center Honors with rock band Led Zeppelin and three other artists.
Late-night talk show hosts are bashing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney much more than President Barack Obama and his Democratic colleagues.
President Obama doesn’t want to have to answer the “difficult” questions on the economy, jobs, the turmoil related to America in the Middle East, and more so he avoids solid news programs to go on popular fluff shows to get softball questions.
President Barack Obama is in favor of the extremely controversial idea of redistribution of the nation’s wealth. Basically, Obama believes that everyone should “have a shot” at the good life and great opportunities in life whether they’ve worked for them or not – paid for by those who have acquired their wealth and success-related opportunities in life via hard work.
President Barack Obama’s campaign allies continued to push out an unauthorized video of rival Mitt Romney dismissing the half of Americans who don’t pay income taxes, while the Republican nominee tried to turn the campaign disruption into a debate over the role of government in family finances.
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are moving the presidential campaign back to familiar ground, grappling over the proper role of government in a debate where clumsy, seemingly dismissive statements have made both men susceptible to caricature.
Rebuking Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama appeared on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ and said Americans are not ‘victims’ and that voters want to make sure that their president is ‘not writing off big chunks of the country.’