Sullivan Stapelton?  If you're not a fan of the Cinemax series Strikeback you probably have never heard of him.  The Kevin Miller Hotlist has it on good authority that ole Sully will be a household name by Sunday night.  He's the lead actor to the sequel to 300 movie, which promises to be the number one movie at the box office this weekend.  Now that we've given you you're daily entertainment report, let's get to the good stuff.

It's the CPAC time of year again in Washington.  Most major presidential prospects are speaking to the assembled group of conservatives.  Texas Governor Rick Perry says it's time for a little rebellion, according to National Review.

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky is a big draw says the National Journal.  It's all about values and the filibuster.

'It sounded like a good idea at the time,' insert person regretting their actions that led to the previous statement.  This is what happens when you have a fraternity and sorority hold a BET verses CMT party.  The college is investigating racism says CBS Baltimore.  I hate it when you throw 'seven years of college' down the drain.

Coming to a movie theater this Summer, what would the world look like if America did not exist?  Don't worry three more years of Obama and we'll all find out.  Here's a clip from Dinesh D'Souza's new film from The Hollywood Reporter.

I love presidential politics.  Here's an inside look at the current crop of GOP Contenders courtesy of Bloomberg News.

Remember when Dan Quayle had trouble spelling the word potato?  The press would never stop harassing him about it.  Well no worries, President Obama had his own spelling mishap and thankfully we have it here thanks to CBSDC.

There can never be enough news about the new Captain America movie.  Here's a FOUR minute clip thanks to Youtube.

Butch Otter rancher, farmer, businessman, and now movie star?  The Idaho Statesman has this unique look at our governor.

Uh Oh, the FBI is now investigating Corrections Corporation of America according to the Idaho Statesman.

Over 30,000 Nissan Altimas were sold in February, the most for any midsize car in the country.  Find out what happened to the Camry, Accord, and Fusion from Motortrend.


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