Ron Paul may soon join the ranks of Mario and Luigi if one liberty-minded game designer is successful in bringing the candidate’s Revolution to the world of video gaming. The game, “Ron Paul, The Road to Revolution,” has some Paul-centric themes.
On Friday, President Barack Obama signed an executive order that increases Federal involvement in the oversight of unconventional methods for mining natural gas. The order comes just after many Republican lawmakers have chided agencies working on regulations for the industry.
In a recent interview, President Barack Obama nodded in agreement as news anchor Larry Conners of KMOV in St. Louis said: “Some of our viewers are complaining they get frustrated, even angered.”
Outnumbered and outgunned, George Washington led the fight for American Independence against the British, which at the time was the world’s most powerful Nation. Washington has always been a hero to Americans, and the Brits recently gave the legendary man another title: Britain’s most outstanding military opponent in history.
On Friday, the White House released the President’s tax returns. Apparently, the Obamas have been hit by the bad economy. In 2009, they brought home $5.5 million. In 2010, they earned $1.7 million. And in 2011, they made $789,674.
Mitt “varmint hunting” Romney joined the National Rifle Association at its annual meeting in St. Louis on Friday. Many of the organization’s members are likely weary of Romney’s record on guns, considering his proverbial “Etch A Sketch” rhetoric concerning the issue.
It is common this time of year for the citizens of South Jersey to fly flags from their balconies, but one man’s flag is being ridiculed by his neighbors. The flag looks just like an American flag, but the stars have been replaced with a picture of President Barack Obama’s face.
Before 74-year-old Georgia Lee Dvorak passed away, she made provisions for her 11-year-old cat, Boots, in her will. Dvorak, a resident of Berwyn, Ill., requested that the cat be euthanized “in a painless, peaceful manner.”
The American Legislative Exchange Council says it has become the recent victim of liberal political opportunism sparked by recent events in the news. The organization’s advocacy of Stand Your Ground laws has sparked a liberal attack on its policy initiatives in the wake of the Trayvon Martin controversy.
According to a new study, people appear larger and more muscular if they are holding a weapon. Daniel Hessler of the University of California Los Angeles conducted the study through the use of online surveys.