On Monday’s edition of the Tonight Show, Carrie Underwood performed her next single, “Temporary Home.” Carrie continues to amaze live with her consistent voice and remains one of the few artists in music who sound better LIVE than on recording. Watch the full performance below:
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1807- A grand jury indicts former V.P. Arron Burr on a count of treason.
1843- Thousands of people and their cattle head west via wagon train from Independence, Missouri to what would later become the Oregon Territory. It is part of the Great Migration. They follow what is now known as the Oregon Trail.
1848- Slavery is abolished in Martinique.
1856- Congressman Preston Brooks of South Carolina beats Senator Charles Sumner with a cane in the hall of the United States Senate for a speech Sumner had made attacking Southerners who sympathized with the pro-slavery violence in Kansas.
1906- The Wright brothers are granted U.S. patent number 821,393 for their “Flying-Machine“.
1915- Lassen Peak in California erupts, joining Mt. Saint Helens as the only eruptions in the continental U.S. during the 20th century.
1942- Mexico enters World War II on the side of the Allies.\
1947- U.S. President Harry Truman enacts the Truman Doctrine, giving $400 million of aid to fight communism in Turkey and Greece.
1960- The largest earthquake ever recorded hits southern Chile. It registered a 9.5.
1962- Continental Airlines Flight 11 crashes after bombs explode on board.
1992- After 30 years, 66-year-old Johnny Carson hosts The Tonight Show for the last time.
2008- The Late-May 2008 tornado outbreak sequence unleashes 235 tornadoes, including an EF4 and an EF5 tornado, between 22 May and 31 May 2008. The tornadoes struck 19 states and one Canadian province.
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American businessman T. Boone Pickens, 81.
Alaskan Senator Lisa Murkowski, 52.
former left handed MLB pitcher Tommy John, 66.
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That’s right. I know he does because just hours after I called for his apology regarding the ‘Special Olympics’ comment on Jay Leno, he did. How do I know he read it here, you ask? Well, because I can tell, that’s why. Alright, so regardless of whether or not he read it here, B.O. did apologize for his remarks. He called chairman of the Special Olympics, Tim Shriver, to express his apologies and then went on to say some of the competitors were more than welcome to visit the White House for bowling or basketball. Well that was nice B.O., and to think I doubted you. Well now that I know you read this blog I have some more advice for you: fire turbe-tax Geithner, fire Nancy Pelosi, fire all of congress, stop being a socialist, and quit spending all the money you can get your hands on. Now get to work, that’s only the beginning!
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For those that missed B.O.’s comments about the Special Olympics, the story can be found here. What do you think about those comments? As I said in my article, I think they were over-the-line and he should apologize rather than hide behind a White House Press Release. Vote in today’s poll to see how your opinion compares to other readers of The Conservative Journal!