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Time now for our hits and misses of the week -- first to you.
A -- to the Sierra Club which in this week for the first time in -- 120 year history.
Officially engaged in an act of Civil Disobedience.
Protesting the Keystone Pipeline in front of the White House and getting.
Two of its top members arrested.
You know there was -- time Paul when the Sierra Club actually was a thoughtful contributor to the debate.
Over conservation a public lands that they have these days adopted in environmentalists and that is so extreme.
And so militant that there is not even any room and -- for the private development of the economy and jobs I think the original founders of the Sierra Club would be up all.
I can change.
Big miss to the International Olympic Committee Paul for dropping the glass ceiling -- -- that this is the -- here about the millennium.
-- so dropping wrestling from the Olympics foundational sport man's oldest work.
While that's keeping badminton ping pong synchronized swimming -- Iceland's main contribution is to create the fodder for Saturday Night Live skit.
Wrestling has been an Olympic sport for 2800 years this -- -- right.
-- -- I'd like to give a really big hits -- Florida senator Marco Rubio who turned his sweaty.
Awkward swig of water during the state of the union response so called -- gate.
-- political asset by making fun of himself afterwards even posted a photo of the water -- on -- -- Twitter.
-- thousands of followers it just goes to show the in this age of gotcha politics an instant social media ridicule.
A little humor -- go along way.
Right we'll see if that if it helps them along the way and remember if you have your own hit or miss please send said JER.
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