No one can ever accuse Sarah Palin of not having a sense of humor. The April 2 airing of The Tonight Show featured Palin in a skit with Jimmy Fallon making fun of President Obama's handling of Russia and President Vladimir Putin, while at the same time allowing Palin to poke fun at herself.Read more
New Jersey Cracks Down on Distracted Driving: Why don't they crackdown on driving with children too?
According to MY 9 News, police officers in New Jersey are cracking down on distracted driving. The state isn’t only cracking down on distractions caused by drivers who text or talk on their cell phones while driving, they are cracking down any type of distracted driving. Besides handing out tickets for talking and texting on cell phones, police officers are also issuing tickets for "eating and drinking, putting on makeup, checking laptops and tablets, and watching movies."Read more
Waitress Chelsea Roff is the "victim" of the best April Fool's Day prank you'll ever see.Read more
Prom has arrived. Hallelujah and thank you Lord! I’ve managed to survive the constant nagging and panic attacks without going bald or strangling my daughter, and I’ve sent her off with a properly terrified young man who will make sure she returns in the same condition in which she left. Now, I wait to make sure.Read more
It was a cold Friday night in Georgia. Nothing seemed to interest me on TV and I was sick of reading the latest news on the internet. It was time to unplug for a weekend and disappear. I got up off my sofa and walked over to the bookshelf and there it was sticking slightly out from all the other books, as if asking me why I hadn't yet read it.
I pulled The Devil Inside the Beltway by Michael J. Daugherty off the shelf, grabbed a carafe of coffee and settled in. I wasn’t sure what I expected, but I know I did not expect to finish it in one night. I just couldn’t put it down.
Michael J. Daugherty is owner and CEO of LabMD, a cancer detection lab based in Atlanta, GA. The business had an excellent reputation and was poised for the next stage in growth and expansion. Then, one morning, an email came from Tiversa claiming there was a data breach in the company and patient files were now in their possession. That is when Mike's nightmare began.Read more