In July it was announced that President Barack Obama would be weaned off his teleprompter — or, as some call it, TOTUS. It was an attempt to get him to speak “more extemporaneously.” But the President reverted to his old method during a recent stop in Florida, a State that will be important in November.
A lack of media coverage of Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day has some people thinking the mainstream media are chicken. While many outlets did cover the event, it was not given adequate treatment in several publications. At least not as much as the “kiss-in” that took place Friday.
Crop circles have been found in an Eastern Washington wheat field. Local farmers are perplexed by the circles. The design, which resembles Mickey Mouse ears, covers about an acre of wheat.
How bad is the economy under President Barack Obama? It’s so bad that a woman in Ohio broke into jail and told deputies she wanted to be arrested. Tiffany Hurd was charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.
In a seemingly desperate attempt to tie two completely unrelated topics that have been dominating mainstream news media over the past couple of weeks, reporter Katherine Boyle attempted to tie James Holmes’ horrific massacre to Olympian target shooting.
Ron Paul seems to be asking members of the Senate that are unwilling to take a look at his bill to audit the Federal Reserve following its overwhelming passage in the House what the big deal is, with recent remarks.
President Barack Obama may have had the opportunity to point out a silver lining regarding the ongoing economic recession if it weren’t for his recent “you didn’t build that” remarks. High rates of unemployment resulting from the struggling economy have resulted in a surge in American entrepreneurship.
A group of black pastors is rallying together in an attempt to decrease the support of President Barack Obama in black communities. Their efforts are largely a response to Obama’s same-sex marriage stance. The group claims to have 3,742 black pastors in its camp.
President Barack Obama took $5,000 out of his own pockets to donate to his campaign. Democrats admit that Republicans have raised more money and that Obama’s re-election campaign has fallen behind in donations. “On its own, what I gave won’t be enough to surmount the unprecedented fundraising we’ve seen on the other side,” said the President.
The Federal government has pushed questionable tactics to fill its food stamp rosters over the past several years, disregarding asset and income requirements in some cases.