***Tim Tebow speaks to thousands on Easter Sunday in Georgetown. What a classy guy.
***Mike Wallace, RIP.
***White House still stonewalling the Fast & Furious investigation. In my opinion, this is far worse than Watergate was. There certainly is a bit of a difference in the media's interest though, isn't there?
Utah Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz told the Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly on Friday that although a key White House witness in the ill-fated Operation Fast and Furious gun-walking program is willing to testify about what he knows, the Obama administration won’t let him appear before Congress.
White House Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler sent a letter Thursday to Republican lawmakers Rep. Darrell Issa and Sen. Chuck Grassley, refusing their request to speak with Kevin O’Reilly, a former National Security staff member whose emails place him in the middle of the unfolding scandal. Issa and Grassley had written to Ruemmler on March 28, asking the White House to step aside and let O’Reilly talk to investigators.
Grassley is the GOP ranking member on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Issa chairs the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, whose members include Chaffetz.
“[O’Reilly’s] personal attorney indicated that he’s more than willing to talk to the committee, on the record, under oath”” Chaffetz told Kelly during her Friday afternoon broadcast. “It is only the White House and the White House Counsel that is saying they will not make him available.”
If there was "nothing to see here," they wouldn't continually be putting up roadblocks. Republicans, you need to pound this into the public's consciousness. The media certainly isn't going to give it the coverage it deserves. Gotta protect their Boy Wonder, you know.
***Wow. Bacon on a stick!
I like bacon, but, naaaaa...
***Dick Durbin: Buy hybrid cars or get killed by tornadoes. What a tool.
Sen. Dick Durbin reacts to the tornadoes in Dallas, Texas earlier this week. Durbin calls for more laws regulating carbon output while he sends a dire warning that we must convert to hybrid cars or lose our life. Durbin says we must spend money now to fix the problem.
“It’s your money or your life,” he said a press conference. “We are either going to dedicate ourselves to a cleaner, more livable planet and accept the initial investment necessary or we’re going to pay a heavier price in terms of loss of human life, damage and costs associated with it.”
***A cowboy's guide to aging. This is good.
1. Be careful about reading health books. You could die of a misprint.