Who will be the most influential man of 2011? My prediction is the incoming Speaker of the House, John Boehner. Whether he is tanning or crying, he will be front and center in his attempt to block anything the Obama administration attempts to accomplish.
He’s the leader of the free world. How Barack Obama could he not be the most influential man of 2010? Let’s not forget that even after taking a beating in the midterm elections, Obama came back swinging in the last weeks of 2010 getting a lot of his promises pushed through the House (including the repeal of DADT).
Tomorrow: Who will be the most influential man of 2011?
Who will be the most influential woman of 2011? If you ask me, I would have to say it will be Sarah Palin. Love her or hate her, she’s everywhere. And I’d be willing to bet my last dollar that she will throw her hat into the race for President during 2011 in hopes of winning it all in 2012.
Tomorrow: Who was the most influential man of 2010?
Who do you think was the most influential woman of 2010? If you ask me, I’d have to say Hillary Clinton. She’s done a great job as Secretary of State, didn’t clash with her boss, President Obama, and she showed a softer side as her her daughter Chelsea married last summer.
Tomorrow: Predictions as to who will be the most influential woman of 2011.
A holiday blizzard struck hard yesterday, crippling most of the East Coast. Forecasters had been unsure if the storm would go out to sea or hit the coast as computer models remained conflicting up until Christmas Day when all models agreed a major storm would strike the Northeast.
The storm caused the NFL to postpone the Eagles/Vikings game in Philadelphia until Tuesday, as well as halting transportation up and down the East Coast.