A quick Internet search for “President Obama devil” will return thousands of results ranging from wildly retouched photos to outlandish conspiracies to sincere, if misguided, religious screeds about the president’s “true” identity. Thanks to Pope Francis’ historic visit, you can count this hilarious photo as the newest addition to the results list.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) was asking for it Thursday morning. For some reason, Boehner and his handlers thought it would be a good idea to celebrate the imminent appearance of Pope Francis on Capitol Hill with a Facebook post showing Boehner … getting coffee?
Alternative news outlet Truth in Media is circulating a petition to organize a town hall-style debate between Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and GOP hopeful Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky.
What is it with this woman? Every public statement that comes out of her mouth is either a chaffy equivocation or an outright lie. Hillary Clinton on Wednesday straight-up denied having anything to do with starting the now-rampant phenomenon of suspecting President Obama to be a closet Muslim and a Kenyan national.
Reportedly, the initial graduates of a U.S. training program for “moderate” rebels “handed weapons over to an al-Qaeda affiliate immediately after entering Syria.”
The California Republican Party has removed any reference to “illegal aliens” from its platform, the result of a weekend vote by party delegates at the state’s semiannual convention.
In another extension of American benefits to foreign workers, the Obama administration has begun reinterpreting existing immigration law in order to funnel even more cheap foreign labor to U.S. technology companies.
Attributing the information to gossips “in Democratic Party circles,” controversial writer Edward Klein is blogging that President Obama is playing a leverage game with current Vice President Joe Biden in order to exert outsized control over a future Biden White House.
Twenty-one students at a high school in Virginia were suspended for wearing Confederate-themed clothing and protesting a school policy that forbids the display of Confederate imagery on vehicles and attire.
Ahead of Wednesday night’s Republican debate, pundits compared it to a boxing match. Personal Liberty® contributor John Myers likened it to a WWE battle royal. And for the 22.8 million of us who made the debate “the most-watched program in CNN’s history,” it felt like we were in the ring with the candidates.
Use FOIA to demand answers from government; is your ‘right to an attorney’ a farce?; Intel says modern cars prime targets for hackers; GOP debate lowlights
Boy, does time fly! It seems like just yesterday GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina emerged as the adult in the “kids’ table” debate. In fact, it was just shy of six weeks ago. In the meantime, she’s garnered enough attention to make it to tonight’s main stage.
A privately owned zoo in Houston recently found out it could not violate its patrons’ civil rights by requiring them to leave their weapons behind, after the city notified the zoo its “No Guns” signs would have to come down.
Presidential hopeful Ben Carson believes Republicans should use the current racial climate as an opportunity to reach out and explain the party’s positions to black Americans.