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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Walter Latham
On the debut episode of "Smart Girls at the Party," Amy Poehler sits in a dark studio and solemnly introduces her first guest as a "singer, actor, dancer, musician, feminist, entrepreneur and skateboarder."
"I know that in order to grow and not become a dinosaur, you have to do and try different things," he says. "That may not be the only new thing that I try, but I had to try something."
Latham told his Internet-savvy 14-year-old son that he wants to be the first black channel to get a billion views.