Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Ex-Presidents on the Welfare System

Congressional Research Service announced the federal subsidies requested for the coming fiscal year by ex-presidents Jimmy Carter, George Herbert Walker Bush and Bill Clinton.

Carter (who continues to be a best-selling author): $2,000 for travel
Bush and Clinton (both millionaires): $50,000 for travel.

Bush said he needed $69,000 for "equipment" and $13,000 for postage.

Clinton, who earned an estimated $10 million last year on the corporate speaking circuit, requested $79,000 for telephone service.

All three filed for the maximum presidential retirement payment of $191,000 annually.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007


The Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts is about to get rocked......

Sinbad....the world's greatest comedian....is coming back to SALINA KANSAS next month!!!

His appearance in the Sunflower State was brought to our attention via an advertisement in the Pitch.

Tickets, according to that ad, were between $40-65, but according to these websites a trip to see the big guy will cost you much more. How expensive, you say? How about $95, $73, or $72 for a few of you lucky bums.

Before throwing down hundreds of dollars in ticket costs and gas money for the ride to Salina, here's a short list of Sinbad projects you may want to review in order to prepare yourself for the "experience" properly:

Star Search - Ed McMahon & FOUR STARS!

Necessary Roughness
- Kathy Ireland plays the role of Nick Lowery. Enjoy.

- Sinbad carries Phil Hartman through this film. Wait...that's the other way around.

Jingle All the Way - Governor Arnold and Governor Sinbad? We're still waiting...

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Ron Paul on KMBZ Yesterday?

Ron Paul shows up on on KMBZ radio less than a month after hosts Shanin and Parks declared they would censor his name from future broadcasts.

Here's the video of Paul at the Uptown Theater last night, and audio of him on KMBZ yesterday.