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Breeders cup.....who's your favorite?

California Chrome is my pick right now.....could change my mind though. Any gray's running? They're always my favorites.

Jon Stewart And Stephen Colbert Will Go Live For Election Night, Ridicule America In Timely Fashion

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are making Nov. 4 a little more interesting. As in previous years, both "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report" will go live on election night -- allowing the hosts to make quips about the state of American government as the results roll in.

"The Daily Show" will call its program "Democalypse 2014: America Remembers It Forgot To Vote" -- a title which will likely be too real -- and will feature an appearance by Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus. "The Colbert Report" will then go on with "Midterms ‘014: Detour To Gridlock: An Exciting Thing That I Am Totally Interested In—Wait! Don’t Change The Channel. Look At This Video Of A Duckling Following A Cat Dressed Like A Shark Riding A Roomba! ‘014!" in which Colbert will discuss the election with Andrew Sullivan of The Dish.

Stewart and Colbert are seasoned pros, having covered the 2012 election live. After you've cast your ballot, tune into the specials Tuesday, Nov. 4, on Comedy Central.


Now this coverage I'll watch....

anyone watch the debate between Al Franken and that mcfadden guy??

it's being repeated on C-SPIN right now..... Al is kinda struggling.

Bruce Jenner wears red nail polish and smokes

It’s time for another photo of Bruce Jenner, who continues to display new and different looks.

This time he’s sporting red nail polish. And he’s smoking a cigarette.

TMZ has the X17 photo, which was taken in Malibu on Tuesday. It was Jenner’s 65th birthday.


I don't know what to think about this....... It's a pretty shade of red though.

Condi Rice is on the committee for college playoffs?

WTH? Tonight the first 25 teams possible for the playoffs.

HELP..... none of my video's work....keeps saying "blocked plug-in".....

I've downloaded the newest version of the flash, and still can't get the videos. What's up?? and thank you. I'm not good with computers at all.....

Curious.....what was the feeling here at DU like two weeks before the 2010 election?

I don't remember. We're the polls right in their prediction?

Gardner Opens Up A Big Lead In Key Colorado Senate Race

Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO) has opened up an seven-point lead over Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO), according to a new Suffolk University poll.

The poll found Gardner leading 46 percent to 39 percent among likely voters. Back in mid-September, Suffolk gave Gardner just a one-point advantage, 43 percent to 42 percent.

It is the biggest lead that Gardner has seen over the last month, during which time early voting has already started; Fox News and Quinnipiac University had shown him up by six points earlier in October.

The Suffolk University poll, conducted Oct. 18 to 21, surveyed 500 likely voters. Its margin of error is 4.4 points.

According to TPM's PollTracker average, Udall currently holds a slight edge, 46.1 percent to 46 percent.



Need a answer about my Thanksgiving cactus, went to the gardening area here, but no one has been

there for awhile, and I need an answer pretty soon. My Thanksgiving cactus doesn't have any buds yet..... I bought it last year around Christmas and it was beautiful, found out it actually IS a Thanksgiving cactus, and should be budding now, but my plant isn't. I did re-pot it in early Summer and it took off with tons of new leaf growth, and now, when it should be budding for Thanksgiving there's no activity. Will it bloom this year?? Thank you.

This guy could tip the senate.......

Auburn, Maine (CNN) -- A quiet lobbying campaign by a low-key man from Maine could determine which party controls the Senate next year.

Sen. Angus King, a Maine Independent, is holding private conversations with Independent Senate candidates to urge them against siding with Democrats or Republicans before the election. In a narrowly divided Senate, this group of Independents could tip the balance of power -- and wield tremendous clout.

"If you announce in advance which party you're going to caucus with, you may as well just sign up and say I'm one or the other," King told CNN.

King recently advised Independent Kansas Senate candidate Greg Orman on how to be most effective running outside the two party system. Another Independent candidate, Larry Pressler of South Dakota, got similar pointers from King, who strongly suggested that Pressler evade questions about which party he he will caucus with -- just as King did when he first ran for the Senate two years ago.


By Dana Bash, CNN Chief Congressional Correspondent
updated 12:22 PM EDT, Tue October 21, 2014
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