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I am interested in politics and current events. This blog provides me the forum to write about issues that we all face on a daily basis. We encourage feedback as we discuss issues in an intelligent, respectful way.

Sam Montgomery threatened with taser even though he was compliant

http://dailycaller.com/2014/07/01/state-trooper-threatens-to-taser-cooperative-nfl-player-video/

Arizona Prof resists arrest, but were the police wrong?


Watch the clip and share your thoughts.

One Dead, 4 wounded at BET Awards Pre-Party

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chi-bet-awards-party-shooting-20140629,0,1768481.story

When did Hillary Clinton become Mitt Romney?


Hillary Clinton has not declared her candidacy for president, but she is the talk of the political world. She said when she and President Clinton left the White House they were “flat broke”. No one in their right mind really thought they were broke. She exaggerated in her zeal to appear that she was just like us “regular folks”. She is not. She is rich like most people who run for president. The key is to be comfortable with your wealth and stop the charade. Mitt Romney got crucified not because of his wealth, but because of his disdain for the 47%. He was out of touch with regular folks, and so is Clinton, but the difference is Clinton was once a member of the regular folk club, and maybe just maybe she might learn how to relate to them again.

Whoopi has no one to talk to…too funny

whoopi alone

Meshach Taylor, of Designing Women is dead

According to family via social media, Emmy- Award nominated actor, Meshach Taylor, died on Friday at the age of 67. Taylor was best known for his role on “Designing Women.” He recently made a guest appearance on episode 13 of CRIMINAL MINDS, “The Road Home” in Januray 2014. He also appeared onstage at Ensemble Studio Theater-LA in Keliher Walsh’s Year of the Rabbit, playing Vietnam vet JC Bridges, who upon returning from his first tour in Vietnam in 1967, experienced hatred and racism in the turbulent States.

Taylor’s first professional gig was in a National tour of Hair. He honed his craft in repertory theater as a member of Chicago’s Goodman Theatre, and the Organic Theater Company alongside Mantegna, André De Shields, Dennis Franz, Keith Szarabajka, Jack Wallace, and director Stuart Gordon. While in Chicago, he received the Joseph Jefferson Award for Sizwe Banzi Is Dead, and an Emmy Award for his role as Jim in the WTTV production of “Huckleberry Finn.” In 1998, Taylor made his Broadway debut as Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast, starring alongside Toni Braxton.
In 1979, Taylor moved to Los Angeles, where he has crafted a gallery of memorable characters in film and on television, including his Emmy nominated turn in the long-running CBS hit sitcom “Designing Women” as Anthony Bouvier, the assistant at the fictitious Sugarbaker interior design firm in Atlanta, Georgia, starring Dixie Carter, Delta Burke, Annie Potts and Jean Smart. He was a series regular on “Dave’s World” (CBS), and has had recurring guest starring appearances on Nickelodeon’s “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide” and “Buffalo Bill” (NBC) with Dabney Coleman. He has appeared on “The Unit” (CBS), “Jessie” (Disney Channel),”“Hannah Montana” (Disney Channel), “The Drew Carey Show” (ABC), “Static Shock” (Kids WB!), “Caroline in the City” (NBC), “Aaahh!!! Real Monsters” (Nickelodeon), “Women of the House” (CBS), “In the Heat of the Night” (NBC), “Punky Brewster” (NBC), “What’s Happening Now!”, “Hill Street Blues” (NBC), “ALF” (NBC), “Melba” (CBS), “The Golden Girls” (NBC), “Cagney & Lacey” (CBS), “Barney Miller” (ABC), “M*A*S*H” (CBS), “Lou Grant” (CBS), “The White Shadow” (CBS), “The Incredible Hulk” (CBS), and “Barnaby Jones”(CBS). His made-for-TV movies include The Right Connections with MC Hammer, Sidney Sheldon’s Nothing Lasts Forever with Brooke Shields, Virtual Seduction, Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child and Double, Double, Toil and Trouble with the Olsen Twins. Taylor also hosted his own series on HGTV, The Urban Gardener with Meshach Taylor and was a regular panelist on the 2000 revival of the television game show To Tell the Truth. He co-hosted Living Live! with Florence Henderson on Retirement Living TV; in 2008, the program was revamped as The Florence Henderson Show.
Taylor has appeared in the feature films Wigger, Mannequin andMannequin Two: On the Move, Damien: Omen II, The Howling, Jacks or Better, Kid ‘N Play’s Class Act, How to Murder a Millionaire, David Mamet’s House of Games, The Allnighter, The Last Innocent Man with Ed Harris, Explorers, Friends and Family, The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue, One More Saturday Night, Warning Sign, and Inside Out with Tom Hanks and Jackie Gleason

Did Whoopi Goldberg attack Will Cain?


Was it an attack or a statement of fact? Share your thoughts.

The View Should Do something Different…like give the chair to a real woman

ABC The View is in the midst of a shakeup, but what will really change? Why not actually get some real women instead of some more famliar talking heads. Don’t ressurect Rosie O’Donnell. She had her big bite of the apple and she spit it back. Really do a search almost reality style. Find out what real people are actually thinking versus what New Yorkers/Hollywood elite think we’re thinking. It would be fun to see an ordinary person have an opportunity to have a big stage. Share your thoughts.

ABC The View gets new view, minus Jenny MCarthy and Sherri Shepherd

http://naturallymoi.com/2014/06/celebrities/the-view-plans-for-exciting-new-direction-ditches-sherri-shepherd-and-jenny-mccarthy/

Mark Mayfield, Tea party leader dead of apparent suicide

http://news.msn.com/us/mississippi-tea-party-leader-mark-mayfield-dead-in-apparent-suicide

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