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Survivors in Haiti Hanging On PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kate Delaney   
Monday, 18 January 2010 19:17

Haiti

My Heart just breaks for the people of Haiti who almost a week after a devastating quake are walking the streets like zombies in some cases still looking for loved ones. We have spoken too so many on America Tonight who say no words can describe what they are seeing on the ground even the most basic services just aren't functioning. At least 300,000 people are homeless in Port-Au-Prince and the daily need for water is pegged at about 12 million gallons.

How many people were killed in last week's quake is still a mystery but the Pan American Health Organization has released some gruesome statistics putting it between 50,000 to 100,00. The good news is Americans as always when people are in trouble run to the rescue. Wallets are opening even among the people struggling the most in the is country. It's moments like these that remind me why I am so proud to be an American. More on the relief efforts on America Tonight.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 02 February 2010 16:41 )
 
Save the Sob Story PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kate Delaney   
Tuesday, 12 January 2010 01:10
Sobbing and sniffling, Mark McGwire finally answered the steroid question but just like the lyrics from an old Carol King song.."It's Too Late Baby", you strung us along when you could have told the truth. For more than a decade McGwire skirted around the questions of steriods. McGwire admitted Monday what many had suspected for so long – that steroids and human growth hormone helped make him a home run king.
"The toughest thing is my wife, my parents, close friends have had no idea that I hid it from them all this time," he told The Associated Press in an emotional, 20-minute interview. "I knew this day was going to come. I didn't know when." In a quavering voice, McGwire apologized and said he used steroids and human growth hormone on and off for a decade, starting before the 1990 season and including the year he broke Roger Maris' single-season home run record in 1998.

"I wish I had never touched steroids," McGwire said. "It was foolish and it was a mistake." We wish you hadn't either Mark as I was sucked into the homerun circus like everyone else. I even wrote a column in the Arlington Morning News that I had never felt such excitement in The Ballpark in Texas when you came to town.

McGwire has been in hiding since his infamous testimony before a congressional committee in March 2005, when he said, "I'm not here to talk about the past." He had been in self-imposed exile from public view, an object of ridicule for refusing to answer the questions. Why come clean now? He was hired by the Cardinals to be their hitting coach and knew he'd have to address the questions before Spring Training. Yes, we can forgive and forget as long as we don't let cheaters like McGwire and others who used steriods into the Hall of Fame.

Last Updated ( Friday, 15 January 2010 09:08 )
 
Political Correctness at Work PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kate Delaney   
Monday, 28 December 2009 23:46
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab
A singed pair of underwear with a packet of powder sewn into the crotch is all that remains of al Qaeda's attempt to down an American passenger plane over Detroit. The underwear with the explosive worn by alleged Northwest 253 bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is shown in this photo from ABC News.

The alleged bomb consisted of a packet of powder sewn into the briefs of the 23-year-old Nigerian. Al Qaeda took credit Monday for the attempted bombing, boasted of its ability to overcome U.S. intelligence and airport security, and promised new attacks.

The photo shows the slightly charred and singed underpants with the bomb packet still in place including a ruler to provide scale. Here is the wake-up call America. Join us tonight on the show!
Last Updated ( Saturday, 02 January 2010 12:29 )
 
Fair or Foul? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kate Delaney   
Sunday, 20 December 2009 13:37
  • What started as Sen. Ben Nelson's personal stand against covering abortion with taxpayer money translated, somehow, into millions of dollars in federal aid for his home state -- drawing criticism that his vote was bought. A snowstorm didn't stop the wheels on healthcare reform from turning but will they fall off? Tonight on America Tonight we'll look at the 60 votes now on hand to pass the bill. Join the conversation at 800-259-5791.

  • Last Updated ( Sunday, 20 December 2009 17:51 )
     
    Whose Zooming Who? PDF Print E-mail
    Written by Kate Delaney   
    Saturday, 28 November 2009 23:18
    Tiger Woods, HSBC

    Tiger Woods was injured in a minor car accident early Friday morning and there are nothing but rumors circulating as to what really happened at the end of the driveway at his home in Florida. He was injured when his Cadillac SUV hit a fire hydrant and tree at 2:25am but the details on the story vary.

    The accident happened two days after that National Enquirer published a story alleging that Woods has been seeing a New York night club hostess. Also for the past two days The Florida Highway Patrol trying to investigate the accident has had no luck in talking to Tiger but to be fair by law he isn't required to speak with them.

    In this age of blogs and social networking the watercooler buzz is flying as to "what he was doing?" and "why was there no blood on the wheel or in the car if he hurt himself in a car accident?" So many questions that only the man with 82 wins and 14 majors under his belt can answer.

    Last Updated ( Wednesday, 16 December 2009 10:02 )
     
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