Tonight's Crazy Story
A new policy in French schools only allows for ketchup to be served with certain dishes in order to preserve "France's cultural heritage."
Tonight's Final Five:
RedState's Erick Erickson uses Obama's own words to explain why America is not creating jobs. Yes, Mr. President, you do have a right to get profit if you take the risk and work for it!
The media's attack on Hank Williams, Jr. shows that the media's interests lie in protecting the President, even if it means opposing free speech. The Blaze's Meredith Jessup explains.
Taking a break...
To laugh a little
"That terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki, who was killed last week, was American-born and was a top recruiter for al-Qaida. You don’t often see an American taking a foreigner’s job."
-Jay Leno, 10/3/11
Now Back to The Final Five
Retailers are having to face the fact that many people who have "gone frugal" during the recession are still unable to begin spending more. Ann Zimmerman analyzes the effects this will have on the economy at The Wall Street Journal.
#2) Obama vs. Obama
If Obama had to pick a candidate to run against, his best option would be to run against Barack Obama. Recently, Obama has begun to look like he is prepared to do just that. Alana Goodman explains at Commentary Magazine.
The World Policy Institute's Neal Stephenson explains that America is suffering from a lack of innovation. When faced with the next "man on the moon" challenge, will America be able to respond successfully?
Tomorrow in History: October 6
October 6, 1889 - Thomas Edison shows the first motion picture.
Food For Thought - A Bedtime Snack
"I consider trial by jury as the only anchor yet imagined by man by which a government can be held to the priciples of its Constitution."
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