It's almost 1 a.m. on a Thursday night in March and Sally Struthers has us all in stitches. She's midway through an eight week stint in the musical 9 To 5 at the Riverside Center Dinner Theater in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and if this evening is any indication,
These post 50 celebrities show wisdom doesn't necessary come with age. Sometimes midlife can present some situations that stir up the pot, leading to lapses in judgment that would make even Lindsay Lohan (on a good day) gasp.
Whether you are for or against the President's fully transparent, pre-released address and accompanying, optional food-for-thought exercise, you should do something truly worthy of your time and energy: talk to your kids.
Sally Struthers can stroll the garbage dumps of the world showing you pathetic children, but this is truly pornographic. Children, even impoverished children, may be cute, but there is nothing cute about poverty.
I imagine everything we do is based on a feeling, and on that day it all became clear for me. These children were going about their day in poverty - but happy - and their indifference to their need struck me. I no longer saw "global poverty" as a Sally Struthers infomercial that made