An auction in the United Kingdom has some Ronald Reagan supporters’ blood boiling. Supposedly, a vial of the former President’s blood is up for auction. The blood sample was obtained at the George Washington University Hospital after the attempted assassination of Reagan in 1981.
Randy Smith, a 54-year-old living in Fresno, Calif., was arrested after officers discovered that the water gun slung around his neck was loaded with a shotgun shell.
A lesbian couple in Parker, Colo., has been arrested for staging a crime. Aimee Whitchurch and Christel Conklin called 911 last October to report that “Kill the Gay” had been painted in red letters on their garage door. They also reported a noose hanging from the doorknob of their front door as well as damage to their car.
According to Republicans, President Barack Obama should be regarded as one of the most memorable political figures in the history of the United States. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie believe the President has a place in the history books — just not a coveted place.
Immediately following the verdict in the 1992 case of the brutal beating of Rodney King, a Los Angeles man said: “It’s going to get pretty worser.” He was right. I predict it’s going to get pretty “worser” in this Nation as the trial of George Zimmerman approaches.
Davis High School in Utah is being fined $15,000 for allowing students access to soda during the school lunch period. The school was allowed to have vending machines, but Federal law requires the machines be turned off during school lunch hours.
The Fort Collins Municipal Court changed one of its policies after Ted Nischan, a 24-year-old college student in Colorado, tried to pay a $160 speeding ticket in change. City officials refused to allow Nischan to use his coins to pay the ticket.
On Wednesday’s episode of “Jeopardy!” Chris Wallace from FOX News annihilated the competition.
Wallace finished with $22,800 and won $50,000 for his charity, Hope for the Warriors, an organization that seeks to improve the quality of life for members of the military who are injured or killed while serving the country.
New evidence has been discovered which adds credibility to George Zimmerman’s self-defense claim. Zimmerman admits that he shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26. Zimmerman was charged with second-degree murder, but he claims he acted in self-defense.
Some people think that those involved with the Occupy movement are a bunch of clowns. They are correct. ClownBloq is a group that calls itself “the new BlackBlok” — likely a reference to black bloc, a protesting technique that has become popular within the Occupy movement.
During a speech at Iowa’s Faith and Freedom Coalition meeting, Rand Paul said: “The President recently weighed in on marriage and you know he said his views were evolving on marriage. Call me cynical, but I wasn’t sure his views on marriage could get any gayer.”
On a recent special episode of “Jeopardy!,” Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC’s leftist “Hardball,” showed the world his intellect. The “Hardball” host swung and missed at some softball questions lobbed by host Alec Trebek.
A Newsweek cover may herald more truth than the magazine knows. The cover touts President Barack Obama as “The First Gay President,” complete with a rainbow halo. Newsweek is likely unaware of Obama’s gay past, which the mainstream media have attempted to keep locked in the closet.
Authorities believe a drug war is to blame for numerous deaths in Mexico. The dismembered corpses of 43 men and six women were found on the side of a highway in Cadareyta Jimenez, an area in the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon.
The New Black Panther Party (NBPP) is still ready to pounce on George Zimmerman, the man charged in the shooting death of black teen Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla. On Thursday, the NBPP discussed the cover of its upcoming newspaper. The idea of having Zimmerman in a noose was a favorite.
Charles Warren, superintendent of the DeKalb County Public School System, wanted to put signs on Alabama highways directing drivers to tornado shelters. But he was blown off by the Alabama Department of Transportation.
Mary Jamis, a 52-year-old lesbian, was handcuffed by female officers following a protest at a government office. Jamis blocked the entrance to the marriage license office in Winston-Salem, N.C., and refused to leave more than 30 minutes after the office had closed.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) set off alarms at the Capitol. A Congressional report issued on Wednesday reveals that TSA has been groping taxpayer dollars. The officials of the agency have taken the buy-in-bulk mentality to new levels.
The White House and Taliban are negotiating a trade: five Taliban soldiers for one American. Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, 26, is believed to have been in the hands of the Haqqani network, a group affiliated with the Taliban, for the past three years.
Baltimore prosecutors have dropped half of the charges filed against those who attacked a tourist on St. Patrick’s Day. Two videos of the brutal beating went viral.
Baptist Pastor Sean Harris is unapologetic for the remarks he made during a sermon that was a part of the Vote For Marriage NC campaign, a movement encouraging voters in North Carolina to vote against gay marriage. North Carolina became the 31st State to add an amendment on marriage to its constitution.
A 53-year-old inmate in Texas who is serving 17 years for extortion extorted 40 percent of the vote at the West Virginia Democratic Presidential primary. Barack Obama received 59 percent. The coal-mining State attempted to show the Democratic Party that anyone is a better choice than Obama.
Today, President Barack Obama became the first sitting U.S. President to fully support gay marriage. For much of his political career, Obama has thought that gays and lesbians had all the rights they needed to be treated fairly. But he took that belief one step further in an interview that will air Thursday on “Good Morning America.”