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Column: Like Obama, or find yourself audited

HOLLYWOOD-God bless America, and how's everybody?

President Obama's job approval ratings held steady Monday in CNN's latest poll. The numbers split exactly along party lines. Fifty-three percent of Americans approve of the job Obama is doing as president while the other forty-seven percent are being audited.

The Powerball Lottery winning numbers came up Saturday allowing someone to win six hundred million. That's amazing. The Guinness Book of Records says it's the biggest jackpot ever won without Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan or Mel Gibson committing adultery.

O.J. Simpson revealed Monday his Nevada cellmate is a white supremacist leader who became his pal. This turns the tables. Now that O.J. Simpson is the first black man to play softball in the Aryan Nations Prison League, it puts him up there with Jackie Robinson.

Prince Harry played in a charity polo match Friday before flying back to London and reporting for duty to his regiment. The prince is a public advocate for physical fitness. He discovered a way to instantly look thinner, and he says America already feels like home.

The Huffington Post reports a huge number of retirees enrolling in acting classes in Los Angeles. It's too late by then. When Hollywood TV and movie producers want to cast senior citizens for a role they hire forty-five-year-olds who haven't had any work done.

North Korea's leader Kim Jung Un was reported Monday to be expecting a baby with a woman who is not his wife. It's the second baby he's had out of wedlock. There's no one to prevent him from hanging around NBA players who tell him he can live any way he likes.

NFL owners met in Boston to discuss how to make NFL stadiums more tech-friendly for today's fans. It's simple. They need to place seats directly over the field so fans can catch the game out of the corner of their eye while they are staring down at their iPhones.

Oklahomans showed their usual heroism in the face of danger Monday as tornadoes hit Moore. It's an annual assault. Just once, I'd like to see Oklahoma play the part of Germany in the spring play and let Mother Nature enjoy the role of Poland for a change.

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