President Barack Obama continues to campaign among the finest in the film and fashion business. He believes it will be up to them to get him re-elected. Last week, Obama rallied his glitzy troops at a fundraiser at the home of Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Just last year, members of the military could not openly admit their homosexuality. This year, the government plans to honor gay members of the military. Later this month, the Pentagon will be holding an event as part of LGBT Pride Month, confirmed Pentagon spokeswoman Eileen Laniez.
George W. Bush is a star on HBO, but he doesn’t have a very flattering role. The former President’s head is impaled on a stick in episode 10 of “Games of Thrones.” The medieval fantasy show used a mask that resembled the 43rd President for a scene that featured the heads of several decapitated men.
Washington, D.C., is no stranger to strangeness. But on Wednesday night, some people there thought things were about to get a little stranger. Newsrooms began receiving reports of a UFO in the area.
Comedian Roseanne Barr is still vying to be on the ballot in November. She hopes to represent the Green Party. Earlier this year, Barr announced she would try to be the party’s nominee. Massachusetts physician Jill Stein is the presumptive nominee. But Barr has no intention of quitting.
If re-elected, Obama will put the hearts and minds of Americans at ease. He will pour his energy into climate change. According to Ryan Lizza, the Washington correspondent for The New Yorker, the President plans to focus on climate change as a way to “improve the world.”
Liberal TV personality Joy Behar said she would like to see Mitt Romney’s “house burn, one of his millions of houses burning down.” The comment came during an interview with the website Mediaite.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is continuing his attack on food and freedom. The Mayor who proposed a ban on large drinks might turn his attention to popcorn and milkshakes. While meeting to discuss the implementation of the drink ban, some board members suggested banning other food items.
Swedish men must have really bad aim. If the Left Party in Sormland has its way, men at the county council building will be required to sit down when they urinate. The party is pushing the proposal as a way to promote public health.
Be they targeted assassinations with unavoidable collateral damage or crashes, U.S. drone missions have been responsible for a number of deaths that remains largely unknown by speculators and top U.S. officials alike.