I too love how I don care about going out. Been there, done that, date night can be at our house where we can fall asleep on the couch at 9:30 if we want! And we do where I live, even old moms are pressured into caring about being hot moms. Oh well..
However, this week her security staff told her they she had been trailed by the press pack. “Her blood ran cold,” a friend told Le Parisien. “After placing the baby in the car she went off to meet (the photographers) and a row ensued.” “A few hours later, the photographer (she had spoken to) dropped off a memory card of photos, but warned Carla that three other photographers had been with him.” Credited with toning down Mr Sarkozy’s bling tendencies, Mrs Bruni Sarkozy has nevertheless been happy to discuss her private life to help her husband recast himself as a “man of the people” and not the “President of the Rich” as he seeks a second term in elections in April and May..
How a top conservative radio host took on Trump, lost his audience and faith, but gained a new perspective Mark Z. BarabakFor nearly 25 years, Charlie Sykes was one of the most powerful and influential voices in Wisconsin. He cheer led policies that turned this historically progressive state into a model of conservative governance.
“It doesn’t bother me,” he said. “It goes in one ear and goes right out the other. I don’t let that worry me.” . So where are we going? No one can tell us. Obama wants to press ahead with his “plan A,” but can’t explain how he’ll overcome the structural impediments thrown in his way by a hostile Congress. Romney wants to switch tracks to his “plan B.” Maybe it’s Paul Ryan’s plan! Maybe it’s not.
“Hashtag activism” is a term that has been much maligned, but it has been effective at pressuring politicians and companies to change. Now, many institutions diligently monitor social media conversations about themselves. And most take it very seriously when the social media chatter about their organization turns negative, treating it as a full on PR crisis.
Such unwarranted “leeway” was not forthcoming. In her opinion for the Court, Justice Ginsburg drew a principled distinction between “highway and officer safety” interests implicated by routine traffic stops and interests in “detect(ing) crime in general or drug trafficking in particular.” She determined that the dog sniff was not related to the former interests and therefore was not within the scope of the initial traffic stop. Ginsburg summarized the government’s arguments thus: “(B)y completing all traffic related tasks expeditiously, an officer can earn bonus time to pursue an unrelated criminal investigation.” But pursuit of the unrelated investigation, as Ginsburg explained, would be unreasonable if it were not supported by individualized suspicion because it would extend the seizure beyond the amount of “time reasonably required to complete (the stop’s) mission.”.