Guy: What does that tattoo say? Chick: Sigh I promised myself I’d never get a tattoo unless I had a kid. Then I got a dog. It says Roxy. That’s her name. Now I have to explain to everyone how I’m the biggest loser in the world. –LES
On this date in 1980, the movie “The Empire Strikes Back” was released. Peaches Tuition hikes? Because pay raises, of course! Isakson a friend to the farmers. Georgia vineyards doing great things. We all have bad days. Jimmy Carter War on Walmart? Lindsey Graham is an unhinged kook. Show More Summary
At this point, only David Letterman could get all five living U.S. presidents — Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter — plus one who's no longer with us, to come together for a video tribute message on his final night.
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at George Washington University on Sunday to give a commencement speech to graduating students. Cook spoke about Martin Luther King, Jr, working with Steve Jobs, and meeting President Jimmy Carter. But Cook couldn't resist making a little joke aimed at the people in the audience who were using Android phones. Show More Summary
Fun Facts: first president to have been born in a hospital (all others had been born at home); was a peanut farmer before getting into politics; his brother Billy was an infamous drinker and slob, who parlayed his brother’s fame into his own label of beer “Billy Beer”
November 4 is the thirty-fifth anniversary of one of the great wrong turns in American history: President Jimmy Carter's loss to Ronald Reagan, an event that gave us 35 years...
DON’T FORGET: There will be Roadshows in Athens this Friday evening. Peaches President Carter’s newsworthy cold. Relevant, since we passed that law in Georgia. Should Georgia eliminate grade levels? Jimmy Carter Oops. Warren meets…conservatives? GOP under fire for Amtrak. Show More Summary
Republicans would literally rather choose a dead guy than decide between Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush and Barack Obama. That’s according to a recent piece from “Being Moody,” in which CNN’s Chris Moody...Show More Summary
Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website or at Facebook. The day was April 19, 1996. It was to be one of the most unusual days in baseball history. The day was...Show More Summary
Jimmy Carter cuts short trip over health worries http://t.co/Pq69iMcElS pic.twitter.com/6CrwmTcmFX — The Hill (@thehill) May 11, 2015
With former President Jimmy Carter ill, his plans to take an election-monitoring trip in Guyana have ended. On Sunday, the Carter Center, his non-profit organization, announced that his sickness required him to return to the United States. Show More Summary
Former President Jimmy Carter was forced to end his trip to South America early on Sunday due to health concerns. "President Carter was not feeling well and has departed Guyana to return to Atlanta today," the Carter Center announced. On Twitter the foundation said Carter was "under the weather" but... More »
The former president flew home from the South American country on Sunday after falling ill, the Carter Center, his nonprofit organization, said.
Former President Jimmy Carter returned to the United States from Guyana on Sunday after becoming ill.
May 10 (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has cut short a trip to Guyana after feeling unwell and is returning to Atlanta, the Carter Center said on Sunday. The 90-year-old former U.S. president traveled to the South American...Show More Summary
Former US President Jimmy Carter on Sunday cancelled plans to observe general elections in the South American country of Guyana after falling ill, his organization said. The 90-year-old Carter left the country for the city of Atlanta in his home state of Georgia, The Carter Center said. The nature...
Carter Center officials say former President Jimmy Carter has cut short an election observation visit in Guyana due to health reasons. Today's statement from the Center says the 90-year-old ex-president is returning to Atlanta. It did not disclose specifics, only saying Carter was "not feeling well." The Guyana observer mission...
In 1978, the Left was fed up with Jimmy Carter and looking for an alternative. If only they had followed through.
The country music legend recently released his latest memoir. Days after a brief jail stint in the Bahamas for marijuana possession, Willie Nelson was invited to the White House by Jimmy Carter who thanked the country superstar for his campaign support. Show More Summary
Days after a brief jail stint in the Bahamas for marijuana possession, Willie Nelson was invited to the White House by Jimmy Carter who thanked the country superstar for his campaign support. Following a dinner in which the president spoke of his days as a peanut farmer and the singer talked of...