It was December 7, 1941 in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii that the second largest attack, in terms of loss of life, on American soil took place.
Let’s remember those who died, and those who served to fight back, ending in Japan’s surrender.
Much more than a food critic, but no doubt a food expert in one sense or another, Martha Stewart is ambushed into a cheesesteak A-B test of cheesesteaks from Pat’s and Geno’s in Philly. The video makes it look like an ambush.
Too bad it was such a limited sample. I could suggest a ‘C’ to that comparison, but I would be totally prejudiced by suggesting one from Philly’s.
Well, whatever it was that cause The Lunch Counter to not load for the last 24 hours has gone. My apologies to those who tried and got a 500 error. Sometimes I think that Network Solutions has issues with WordPress. At any rate, things seem to be back to normal now. Catch up now and see the stocking stuffers offered by Planned Parenthood and William Jefferson (D-LA) losing his re-election to his Loisiana District 2 seat the House.
After losing his re-election bid in Louisiana’s 2nd district with a 50-47 percent result, indicted Democrat William (dollar bill) Jefferson did not concede his loss to the Republican challenger Anh “Joseph” Cao, the first Vietnamese-American in Congress. Instead, he blamed the voters for not turning out.
‘I think people just ran out of gas a bit,’ he said. ‘People today flat didn’t come out in large numbers.’
Speaking to Jefferson’s bribery and racketeering charges, one Democrat voter who voted for Jefferson highlighted one of our key principles of the justice system afforded to Democrats who get into trouble with the law.
‘People are innocent until proven guilty,’ said Faye Leggins, 54, an educator and Democrat who moved back to the city six months ago.
The voters of Louisiana let Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) off the hook by doing what she should have done years ago. Of course, if Jefferson were a Republican, we wouldn’t be talking about this 552 days after an indictment.