Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Barack Obama's response to Bush's final State of the Union

Last night was President Bush's last State of the Union address. Whew!! Thank goodness.

Here's Barack Obama's response to George Bush's address.

Monday, January 28, 2008

New Video- Erykah Badu-Honey

Ok, I need to give Erykah a hug for this here video. Truly for the 25 and older crowd....hmm, maybe 30 and over. Well, let me not put anyone in a box, but people who know their musical history will appreciate this one.

The Award goes to Erykah Badu for the most creatiff video ever.

Erykah, thanks for always thinking outside of the same ole same ole boring box.

Shout out to my girl Charly in ATL for "making" me post this one. Good lookin' out, girrrrl!

Sunday, January 27, 2008

New Edition's Spin-Off Group Set to Reunite

After months of speculation and rumor, the Kids are coming back. A well-placed source tells PEOPLE exclusively that New Kids On The Block are indeed getting back together.

The band's Web site, www.nkotb.com, which had been dormant, is now back up and running in anticipation of the official announcement, which the source says will be made in the next few weeks.

{Although loyal to my favs, New Edition, I did like New Kids. I was reppin' N.E. while my sister Cherisse was blaring the sounds of New Kids from her room, I picked on a few of their tunes as well, but N.E. still rules. Tiffany}

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(Tiffany sidebar: New Edition, the best damn boy band (since the Jacksons) PERIOD! Celebrating 25 years)

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Extreme Makeover: A HARD FALL- OH 'EM GEE

OH My goodness! My girl Tanisha, was telling me about this video. OMG, seeing it is something else though.

Pure comedy!

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

WOW- Tracey & Eddie Call It Quits

WOW. I got a phone call in the middle of the night about this story, but immediately wrote it off because I was beyond tired and I thought two weeks is too soon for a Hollywood relationship to come to an end. Right? I figured the story was clearly a another rumor and headed off into my dreams. Well, the breakup has been confirmed.

"After much consideration and discussion, we have jointly decided that we
will forego having a legal ceremony as it is not necessary to define our
relationship further," Murphy and Edmonds tell PEOPLE in an exclusive statement.
"While the recent symbolic union in Bora Bora was representative of our deep
love, friendship and respect that we have for one another on a spiritual level,
we have decided to remain friends.”

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Thursday, January 3, 2008

Congrats to Obama & Huckabee

Ok, I'm still studying the details of the Iowa Caucus-I've learned a lot today; and thanks to my boy Marcus for calling to give me more insight on the Iowa process.

Congrats to Obama and Huckabee for their IOWA CAUCUS victories.


If I Hear...IOWA CAUCUS one mo' time...

I do not recall hearing this much chatter about the CAUCUS in IOWA, during previous elections, so I decided to do some research. I'm sure many of you are already on point with your CAUCUS knowledge, but for those who really need to know, or need a refresher, I've done some googling and posting for you.

About the Iowa Caucuses

What is a caucus?

The word caucus is a North American Indian word, thought to be of Algonquin origin, meaning a gathering of the ruling tribal chiefs. The modern definition describes caucuses as a process of political party members gathering to make policy decisions and to select candidates.

When is the 2008 Iowa Caucus?

The 2008 Iowa Caucus will be held January 3, 2008, at precincts across Iowa. To find your caucus location, call the Iowa Democratic Party or the Republican Party of Iowa.

How did the caucuses begin?

Some form of caucus has existed since the early 1800s, even before Iowa became a state in 1846. Developing from the congressional and legislative caucuses, the pioneers of the Iowa constitution chose caucuses rather than a primary to nominate candidates, preferring the grass-roots democracy-in-action approach.

When are the caucuses?

The caucuses are held in Iowa every two years. The caucuses held in the off-presidential years are usually smaller and focus on the party platform. The caucuses that coincide with presidential elections are better attended and receive more media attention.

Who participates in the caucuses?

Any voter who is a registered Republican or Democrat, and can prove residency in Iowa, can participate in the caucus of their party.

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