It’s an All-American Edition of ‘The Mix’

Just because Memorial Day and The Fourth of July have passed – and Labor Day isn’t quite here yet – there’s no reason why we can’t bask in the glory of the greatest nation on earth.

That’s why we’re unfurling an all-American edition of The Daily Mix, on which, among other things, you’ll learn:

CAPTION: "I don't focus on him being the first black president," Marques (above) tells us. "I just think he's a great leader, and he's gonna do great things."

"I don't focus on Obama being the first black president," Marques (above) tells us. "I just think he's a great leader."

-What it is that R&B star Marques Houston shares with President Barack Obama.

-Which White House resident tells us, “Throughout our history, whenever we’ve sought to change this country for the better, whenever we’ve sought to promote justice, there have always been those who wanted to preserve the status quo” – and why.

-When 2004 presidential candidate Howard Dean says, “There are a lot of people who don’t like their insurance,” what alternative to America’s current health-care system he’s offering up.

-When Lance Bass of N’Synch tells us, “I was raised where you didn’t know a single gay person – even though of course they existed and they were everywhere,” which U.S. state he’s referring to.

-Whether Michael Vartan feels that the all-American doctor he plays on Hawthorne is heroic or not.

-Why, after researching her latest historical tome, Cokie Roberts was a bit less fond of President John Adams.

-How F. Scott Fitzgerald, who wrote what is arguably the greatest of all American novels – The Great Gatsby – figures into Wizards of Waverly Place star Jennifer Stone‘s love life.

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, tonight – and every Monday – at 9 p.m. ET!

To tune in, click here.

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