The famed Chicago, Toronto and Hollywood based comedy improve group Second City has released a video that paints a riotously realistic portrait of the ill-informed President Barack Obama supporter. In a recent sketch, Obama supporters ask for help crowdfunding a Kickstarter to make Obama’s war with Syria a reality. The campaign is called: “The Americans […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
In May, President Barack Obama said al-Qaida was so thoroughly vanquished that the time had come for the United States to rethink its model for counterterrorism. But a new report shows a stark contrast between what Obama has been telling Americans about al-Qaida and what his intelligence team has been telling him.
Independent media outlet Boiling Frogs has criticized ProPublica, which bills itself as an “independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest,” claiming that the nonprofit took millions of dollars in funding from undisclosed donors over a period of three years.
If there’s a poll out there with the words “President Barack Obama” in it, there’s a good chance it’s attended by words like “only,” “plummets,” “dips,” “sinks,” “dives” and “free fall.” A poll released late Monday shows Americans’ regard for Obama has reached an all-time low: Only 40 percent approve of the job the President is doing.
A member of the Nation’s largest healthcare union could knock on your door sometime before Oct. 1 as the Service Employees International Union moves to aid President Barack Obama in signing up Americans for Obamacare.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) offered a rebuttal Tuesday evening to President Barack Obama’s speech on the possibility of an American strike against the Syrian government, saying that the President failed to convince him that a strike would of any benefit to the American public. “It didn’t quite convince me,” Paul told on Fox News after […]
On the heels of hour by hour changes of the nature of the situation in Syria, President Barack Obama delivered a speech Tuesday night that reiterated his view that the allegations of Syrian chemical weapons holdings endangers American security and violates the world’s “sense of common humanity.” “If we fail to act, the Assad regime […]
The following is a transcript of President Barack Obama’s speech Tuesday night regarding the possibility of a U.S. military strike against Syria. PRESIDENT OBAMA: My fellow Americans, tonight I want to talk to you about Syria, why it matters and where we go from here. Over the past two years, what began as a series […]
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