HOW TO LIVESTREAM White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Tonight, the White House will host the Obama administration’s final Correspondents’ Dinner. Can we get a hallelujah!

Here’s how to watch it online, even if you don’t have cable.

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The Correspondents Dinner begins at 7:30PM ET/4:30PM PT. The big draw of these dinners is usually when a comedian gets to present a roast of the President’s administration. Continue reading

Sarah Palin Calls WHCD Attendees ‘Assclowns’ On Twitter

Palin nerd prom.. Sarah Palin has never been one to mince words and the ex VP hopeful has never been invited to the White House Correspondence dinner either! But still she finds the time to critique it, saying on Twitter, “That #WHCD was pathetic. The rest of America is out there working our asses off while these DC assclowns throw themselves a #nerdprom

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The 49-year-old former governor of Alaska also railed against the dinner in a Facebook post:

Yuk it up media and pols. While America is buried in taxes and a fight for our rights, the permanent political class in DC dresses up and has a prom to make fun of themselves. No need for that, we get the real joke. upi.

 

Breaking News: Mubarak Steps Down for Real

Egypt’s President Mubarak finally stepped down as president tonight in Egypt. This is not a rumor. He is done, and the streets are filled with happy people. The crowd is waving flags, dancing, cheering, crying and just thrilled overall :)
Congrats to people coming together and fighting for something they believe in- and getting it!

President Obama is expecting to go live from the White House at 3pm ET to discuss the matter. See the happy people of Egypt LIVE, and watch Obama’s conference LIVE on CNN, FOX & MSNBC.

 

Obama Pardons Turkey for Thanksgiving

WASHINGTON – NOVEMBER 25: Malia Obama and her dad, Barack Obama, pet a turkey named ‘Courage’ as her sister Sasha and Walter Pelletier, Chairman of the National Turkey Federation look on during a presidential pardon at the North Portico of the White House November 25, 2009 in Washington, DC. Presidential pardon of a turkey has been a long time Thanksgiving tradition that dates back the Harry Truman administration.