Lots of news out there on this Wednesday morning and time is short, so I’ll try to sum it quickly:

–And the most influential pundit in America is…Roger Ebert? Thumbs down.

These guards at a nuclear power plant are anything but up & atom.

–As soon as Jesse Jackson gets back from Jena, Louisiana, Bill O’Reilly has some explaining to do. Get out yer checkbook, Bill. Just make it out to “Rainbow Coalition.”

Jorj Boosh has fo-NE-tik TELLI-promt — Oh, so then they actually spell it out as “nu-kew-ler” for him? I thought that was spontaneous, but I was wrong.

–Because of Kiefer Sutherland’s performance on a police breathalyzer test, the FOX network announced that their hit show “24″ will now be called “.24″

–Finally — The DREAM Act: Illinois Rep. Dick Durbin wants joining the U.S. military to qualify illegals for legal status. Once in the military, Durbin can then compare then to Nazis operating gulags and said people will want to go back to where they came from. It’s a flawless plan really.

Also, any illegal will be granted permanent legal status and given a job as a border security officer provided they arrest themselves immediately after crossing into the U.S.


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