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Depending on just how big of an Elvis Fan you are - here's 5 little known Facts about the King of Rock-n-Roll Elvis Presley.. Here's my Report… HolySmoke! thanks for watching. Dear Mr. President. First, I would like to introduce myself. I am Elvis Presley and admire you and have great respect for your office. I talked to Vice President Agnew in Palm Springs three weeks ago and expressed my concern for our country. The drug culture, the hippie elements, the SDS, Black Panthers, etc. do not consider me as their enemy or as they call it the establishment. I call it America and I love it. Sir, I can and will be of any service that I can to help the country out. I have no concern or motives other than helping the country out. So I wish not to be given a title or an appointed position. I can and will do more good if I were made a Federal Agent at Large and I will help out by doing it my way through my communications with people of all ages. First and foremost, I am an entertainer, but all I need is the Federal credentials. I am on this plane with Senator George Murphy and we have been discussing the problems that our country is faced with. Sir, I am staying at the Washington Hotel, Room 505-506-507. I have two men who work with me by the name of Jerry Schilling and Sonny West. I am registered under the name of Jon Burrows. I will be here for as long as it takes to get the credentials of a Federal Agent. I have done an in-depth study of drug abuse and Communist brainwashing techniques and I am right in the middle of the whole thing where I can and will do the most good. I am Glad to help just so long as it is kept very private. You can have your staff or whomever call me anytime today, tonight, or tomorrow. I was nominated this coming year one of America's Ten Most Outstanding Young Men. That will be in January 18 in my home town of Memphis, Tennessee. I am sending you the short autobiography about myself so you can better understand this approach.
27 Apr 2017
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Clip from a fascinating interview with the Oscar-nominated documentary filmmakers of "Jesus Camp", Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady on The Alcove with Mark Molaro in New York.
12 Apr 2007
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This year, for the first time ever, nominees for the 34th Annual People's Choice Awards were celebrated with an official Crest + Scope People's Choice Nomination Announcement Party. The event also kicked off voting for Crest + Scope's three finalists from the 'Smile Bright in the Spotlight' search, on SmileSpotlight****. The winner of the 'Smile Bright in the Spotlight' contest will be announced on Monday, December 10, 2007. The lucky contest winner and five friends will get to experience all the glamour and excitement of Hollywood and the red carpet. The winner will also take the spotlight as the official Miss/Mister People's Choice, presenting trophies onstage at the 34th Annual People's Choice Awards. The 34th Annual People's Choice Awards will air from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Tuesday, Jan. 8 (9:00-11:00 PM, live ET/delayed PT) on the CBS Television Network. As the first award show of 2008, The 34th Annual People's Choice Awards honors fan favorites in television, movies and music. Produced for P&G
29 Nov 2007
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Hillary Wins The Nomination
3 Feb 2008
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Commute receives two new nominations as the Commuter heads out to fight the horrific traffic
15 Feb 2008
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nominated girls sing in french and balady - prime 12 (songs la rose, ma 7ada la 7ada for najwa karam)
16 Apr 2008
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2-year-old Pakeeza fond of eating hot chillies and brick pieces, Taare Zameen par nor included in IIFA nomination list for popular category, IIFA Bling- star clothes line to be launched in Delhi and Mumbai, Jaspal Bhatti's new comedy flick on rolls.
17 Apr 2008
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watch out for the errors in the oscar nominated films. in the great films like pirates of cartribean too
25 May 2008
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In a stirring twist, Michael Jingozian nominates Mike Gravel for the Libertarian Presidential Candidate.
31 May 2008
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Barack Obama Clinches Democratic Nomination, according to the AP. Hillary Clinton camp denies exit reports. 2 p.m. update.
4 Jun 2008
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getthedaily**** Up first, a new poll conducted by CNN and Opinion Research Corporation was released Tuesday. The survey placed Senators John McCain and Barack Obama statistically equal in the presidential race. Technically, the poll shows that the Illinois senator has a 5-percent lead over the Arizona senator at 50 to 45 percent, however, with the standard 3-point-5-percent margin of error, the surveyors are saying the two nominees are in a dead heat among registered voters nationally. The percentage points drop to be only 3 apart when the other 3rd party candidates, Independent Ralph Nader and Libertarian Bob Barr, are added to the poll. The poll also found that 25-percent of registered voters think Obama is unpatriotic as compared to 10-percent for McCain. The poll was conducted the final few days of June and had similar findings to the previous month’s survey. Senator John McCain’s campaign opted to stop advertising on many websites that make offensive statements about the Democratic competitor, including a comparison between Barack Obama and Adolf Hitler. The McCain campaign had already blocked tens of thousands of sites from its online ad network, according to the Republican’s spokesperson. It used third-party vendor Google to automatically distribute its advertisements across various political websites by searching for specific related words. The latest ads were immediately pulled after CNN notified the campaign of their website matchups. Many of the sites in question were pro-Hillary Clinton sites and after her step-down from the Democratic running, McCain openly made an effort to reach out to these former Clinton supporters. Senator Barack Obama’s campaign also removed advertisements from Amazon**** last year. The webpage featured a controversial book stating that a group of pro-Israel activists hold power over US foreign policy. And Obama may be putting an end to his signature fist bump. He was linked up with the move in May when he and wife Michelle bumped fists in celebration of his Democratic presidential nomination. However, during a recent US tour, Obama said NO to a boy in Ohio who wanted to bump fists.
3 Jul 2008
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As Obama is nominated, DNC participants reflect on his chances and this historic election.
28 Aug 2008
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Hillary Clinton moves to nominate Barack Obama by acclamation. Barack Obama is offically nominated as the Democratic candidate for President.
5 Dec 2009
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Joe Biden accepts the vice presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention with an inspiring and personal speech.
1 Sep 2008
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Joe Biden accepts the vice presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention with an inspiring and personal speech.
1 Sep 2008
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Joe Biden accepts the vice presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention with an inspiring and personal speech.
1 Sep 2008
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