The social studies teacher who became irate earlier in the year when a student asked a question about President Barack Obama will return to educate students. Tanya Dixon-Neely made national news after she told a student that people were arrested for disrespecting former President George W. Bush.
In an attempt to spur job creation, the Fed will continue “Operation Twist” through the end of 2012. The program is designed to lower long-term interest rates without shoveling more money into the economy.
The Administration of Barack Obama is proposing tighter restrictions on soot. The current standard for factories is 15 micrograms per cubic meter of air. But Democrats believe it is “an absolute necessity” to tighten the standard to 13 micrograms per cubic meter of air.
After President Barack Obama’s Administration announced that the United States would stop deporting illegal aliens who were brought to the U.S. as children, the President made a speech. One reporter didn’t like the speech.
Thanks to the regime of President Barack Obama, 800,000 illegal aliens can now relax and put down roots. Under a new policy, if an alien came to the United States as a child and has lived a law-abiding life, he has no fear of deportation.
President Barack Obama continues to campaign among the finest in the film and fashion business. He believes it will be up to them to get him re-elected. Last week, Obama rallied his glitzy troops at a fundraiser at the home of Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Just last year, members of the military could not openly admit their homosexuality. This year, the government plans to honor gay members of the military. Later this month, the Pentagon will be holding an event as part of LGBT Pride Month, confirmed Pentagon spokeswoman Eileen Laniez.
George W. Bush is a star on HBO, but he doesn’t have a very flattering role. The former President’s head is impaled on a stick in episode 10 of “Games of Thrones.” The medieval fantasy show used a mask that resembled the 43rd President for a scene that featured the heads of several decapitated men.
Washington, D.C., is no stranger to strangeness. But on Wednesday night, some people there thought things were about to get a little stranger. Newsrooms began receiving reports of a UFO in the area.
Comedian Roseanne Barr is still vying to be on the ballot in November. She hopes to represent the Green Party. Earlier this year, Barr announced she would try to be the party’s nominee. Massachusetts physician Jill Stein is the presumptive nominee. But Barr has no intention of quitting.
If re-elected, Obama will put the hearts and minds of Americans at ease. He will pour his energy into climate change. According to Ryan Lizza, the Washington correspondent for The New Yorker, the President plans to focus on climate change as a way to “improve the world.”
Liberal TV personality Joy Behar said she would like to see Mitt Romney’s “house burn, one of his millions of houses burning down.” The comment came during an interview with the website Mediaite.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is continuing his attack on food and freedom. The Mayor who proposed a ban on large drinks might turn his attention to popcorn and milkshakes. While meeting to discuss the implementation of the drink ban, some board members suggested banning other food items.
Swedish men must have really bad aim. If the Left Party in Sormland has its way, men at the county council building will be required to sit down when they urinate. The party is pushing the proposal as a way to promote public health.
A woman at Sky Harbor International Airport had police called after a Transportation Security Administration official allegedly touched her breast. The woman began yelling that she had been molested. The ordeal was posted online in May 2011 but is just now receiving national recognition.
Tom Willis of WJXT in Jacksonville, Fla., recently suggested that President Barack Obama should try his hand at another occupation once his Presidency expires. “I was just wondering if you would give any thought to being on ‘American Idol’ or ‘America’s Got Talent’?” the reporter asked.
According to some pet owners, a new program in Jerusalem really stinks. The city is planning to put together a DNA database of dogs which will be used to track down owners who allow their pet to defecate in public spaces.
Liberal Keynesian economist Paul Krugman said during a recent speech that the economy under President Barack Obama is “incredibly awful.” During a keynote, Krugman compared the current economic times to that of the Great Depression.
“Zombie apocalypse” continues to be one of the most popular searches on the Web. In the event that zombies start running amuck, here are some things you might want to have handy.
New Jersey lawmakers have determined that man’s best friend needs to act more like a man and less like a dog. Any pet who is a passenger in a vehicle must be buckled up. Drivers who fail to comply could be tagged with a $1,000 fine for each unrestrained animal.
As anticipation about the coming election escalates, Michelle Obama found time to advertise her book on “The Late Show with David Letterman.” While many politicians are spending time digging up dirt on the competition, Obama has been busy promoting her gardening book.
Those who claim we are in the midst of a zombie apocalypse have more evidence to place in their folder. The zombie scare began when Rudy Eugene, also known as the “Miami Zombie” and the “Causeway Cannibal,” chewed off 75 percent of a homeless man’s face.
If the pay package offered at Gilbert & O’Bryan LLP is any indication of the economy, things are not headed in a good direction. The small Boston law firm posted a full-time position for which the employee can expect “to earn $10,000 in compensation in the first year.”