Monday, April 9, 2012

MONDAY: A real phony.

Glenn Beck will begin airing speeches from a fake Oval Office this week, with the first address to come on Wednesday. If successful, Beck hopes to soon move on to real locations, and eventually, fact-based speeches.

Tim Tebow spoke in front of an audience of 15,000 people at an Easter service on Sunday. Celebration Church in Texas had originally planned to have Jesus as its special guest but were worried that he was less of a draw.

Newt Gingrich declared Mitt Romney the likely nominee, saying "you have to be realistic." Supporters responded, "Why start now?"