5-at-10: Friday mailbag all about Rushmores, the debate and the GOP and Vegas picks

FILE - In this undated photo, the statues of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln are shown at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota. Theodore Roosevelt and two more Roosevelts who occupied the White House, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his first lady, Eleanor, are the subjects of a new Ken Burns documentary for public television, “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History.” (AP Photo, File)

Morning gang. Hope all is well and thanks for an entertaining and informative week. You guys rock.

A lot has happened through history on this day, March 4, and we may try to sprinkle some of it into each answer after we get to our Rushmores and answer the questions of the week. (Thanks to Sammy and Sheila for reminding us to answer the questions we pose. We should be better about that.)

One of the noteworthy things that happened on March 4 was that Cal Coolidge was inaugurated on this day in 1925, and it was the first inauguration broadcast on the radio. (No word whether Larry Ward did the play-by-play but we're not betting against it.)

From the "Talks too much" studios, it's go time.

From Sammy and Sheila

You are forgetting to answer your own Rushmores again.