Adventures in the Lone Star State

Importance of News

I was on KSL.com this morning and I noticed that President Hinckley’s funeral announcement was listed above President Bush’s address. I’ll blame this on local reading population. (Note: I’m not downplaying the significance of the loss of this great leader.) What I don’t understand is why the local bad weather was above him. Is it because President Bush spoke last night? Maybe…but still shouldn’t we value what our President says a little more than the weather?

January 29th, 2008 at 11:52 am


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