During a speech at Iowa’s Faith and Freedom Coalition meeting, Rand Paul said: “The President recently weighed in on marriage and you know he said his views were evolving on marriage. Call me cynical, but I wasn’t sure his views on marriage could get any gayer.”
On a recent special episode of “Jeopardy!,” Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC’s leftist “Hardball,” showed the world his intellect. The “Hardball” host swung and missed at some softball questions lobbed by host Alec Trebek.
A Newsweek cover may herald more truth than the magazine knows. The cover touts President Barack Obama as “The First Gay President,” complete with a rainbow halo. Newsweek is likely unaware of Obama’s gay past, which the mainstream media have attempted to keep locked in the closet.
The New York Police Department is touting the success of its totalitarian “stop and frisk” police state tactics saying that policies implementation has yielded a spike in the number of firearms confiscated and a historically low murder rate in the city.
“Mayhem,” “ruckus” and “insanity” are all words that are being used in the most recent news reports about Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul’s performance last weekend. In Oklahoma, Paul supporters and those of Mitt Romney reportedly came to blows over the nominating process.
Authorities believe a drug war is to blame for numerous deaths in Mexico. The dismembered corpses of 43 men and six women were found on the side of a highway in Cadareyta Jimenez, an area in the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon.
In an email sent to supporters this afternoon, Republican Presidential Ron Paul tells his supporters that he does not plan to campaign for primaries in States that have not yet voted.
The New Black Panther Party (NBPP) is still ready to pounce on George Zimmerman, the man charged in the shooting death of black teen Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla. On Thursday, the NBPP discussed the cover of its upcoming newspaper. The idea of having Zimmerman in a noose was a favorite.
Last week, the War Crimes Tribunal in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, found former President George W. Bush guilty of the crime of torture and war crimes. The group says that because war crimes are covered by universal jurisdiction, the tribunal judgments “can be used by any government to arrest and subject convicted persons to a trial.”
Charles Warren, superintendent of the DeKalb County Public School System, wanted to put signs on Alabama highways directing drivers to tornado shelters. But he was blown off by the Alabama Department of Transportation.