Only one way to deal with Colorado suspect
By Stella Foster email@example.com July 29, 2012 7:54PM
11-20-03 Stella Foster, columist. Photo by Jim Frost Sun-Times.
Updated: August 31, 2012 6:11AM
T HIS IS one time that the death penalty is indeed the answer: James Holmes, 24, who is accused of the recent Colorado movie theater massacre, should be euthanized. If a person is that nuts, what good is he to society after destroying so many lives and leaving behind the victims’ families to grieve and never feel joy again? And you bleeding heart liberals don’t bother to write me with your “he is just sick and should be studied bull.”
Yeah, I said it ... and mean it!
SAY WHAT? The National Enquirer is reporting that actress Raven-Symone, currently starring in “Sister Act” on Broadway, would love to have first lady Michelle Obama officiate at her wedding. The first lady and first daughters, Malia and Sasha, recently caught the show. Raven, who gained fame as a regular on “The Cosby Show” and later for starring in “That’s So Raven,” allegedly asked Michelle to officiate at her same-sex marriage to model AzMarie Livingston. The happy chicks share a rented condo in the Big Apple.
I kind of think the first lady ... just may be too busy with the prez’s campaign! Boy, but that may be a great way for the first lady to show how sincere the president is about gay rights. And you can bet Chick-fil-A will not be served!
CONGRATS to Mrs. Minnesota Sarah Bazey, who was crowned Mrs. International 2012 at the 27th annual Mrs. International Pageant held at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie. She survived a horrible helicopter crash 16 years ago that left her scarred from serious burns.
CHECK OUT the in-depth interview with the cast of the popular VH-1 reality show “Hollywood Exes” in the current issue of Sister2Sister mag with one of the hottest housewives, Nicole Murphy, Eddie’s ex-wife and mother of their five children, on the cover. Also the legendary O’Jays’ Eddie Levert, 70, talks about coping with life after the untimely deaths of his two equally talented sons, Gerald in 2006 and Sean in 2008.
THE SIGHTS: Singer Cee Lo Green, who is a judge on NBC’s “The Voice,” in town last week at the River Oaks Mall to host a book signing for his longtime Chicago friend, Harold “Noonie” Ward’s new book, Gangster with a Heart of Gold.
SIGHTS: Gov. Pat Quinn seen having breakfast at Chicago’s Home of Chicken and Waffles .... Retired NBC5 anchor Warner Saunders and his lovely wife, Sadako, ate ribs and snuggled at Smoque BBQ in Irving Park to celebrate their 39th anniversary. CANDLES: Buddy Guy,
U.S. Attorney General Lisa Madigan and Judith Rice.