During a speech on Saturday, Donald Trump conveyed that Mitt Romney might have a chance in November if the media would quit lying. He said that reporters are “really dishonest.” Trump also questioned the birthplace of President Barack Obama.
When a new DC Comics comic book comes out, the main character will as well. Wednesday’s issue of “Earth 2” depicts the Green Lantern passionately kissing his boyfriend. LGBT groups believe gay superheroes will empower gay youths.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the Mayor who doesn’t want citizens slurping a sugary soft drink, is OK with the good people of New York City scarfing down massive doughnuts. Bloomberg presented a proclamation recognizing Friday as National Donut Day.
In the event that the Supreme Court strikes down his healthcare overhaul, President Barack Obama is preparing a revised version. According to reports, Obama told high-paying donors at a private event that he has plans to revise the law if it is struck down by the Court.
Now that Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has the “magic number” of delegates needed to be named the GOP candidate, Americans will be subjected to five months of red herring mudslinging and distractions from both him and President Barack Obama. Here’s where they stand on some of the top issues.
Artur Davis, a former Congressman and one of President Barack Obama’s earliest supporters, announced in a blog post that he would be leaving the Democratic Party. Davis is considering running for office in Virginia in the next few years. If so, he will run as a Republican.
Nobel Peace Prize-winning President Barack Obama has used drones as his personal angels of death (more than 281 times in Pakistan alone) to kill hundreds of people whom the Administration defines as “militants.”
“Fox and Friends,” a show airing on the “fair and balanced” Fox News channel, aired an exceptionally partisan four-minute video about President Barack Obama that could have doubled as a campaign advertisement for Mitt Romney.
In an effort to reduce the number of supersized New Yorkers, Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants to reduce the number of supersized drinks in the city. The Mayor is proposing a ban that would prohibit the sale of any sweet beverage larger than 16 ounces.
The patriot movement, as illustrated by the spirited Presidential campaign of Ron Paul, is alive, well and growing. With this growth comes the opportunity to change from within those things that the government does so poorly, a process that begins with American patriots seeking office and winning elections.