My favorite part of the uproar over First Lady Michelle Obama’s “private vacation” to Spain is what I heard on MSNBC Saturday morning, August 7th.
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Can you imagine back in 1950 if there had been an effort by Japanese-Americans to build a Shinto center honoring Emperor Hirohito just two blocks from Pearl Harbor? Furthermore, imagine that the building was planned to open on December 7, 1951 just in time to celebrate the 10th year anniversary of this cataclysmic attack. Faster than you can say “Tora Tora Tora,” one can hardly contemplate the absurdity of such a plan.
The mid-term elections expectation game is in full gear and it is widely anticipated that the Republicans will make substantial gains on Tuesday, November 2nd.
History was made on The View this week and it wasn’t just that Barack Obama was the first sitting president to appear on what I consider the women’s weekday version of Meet the Press.
The former “greatest celebrity in the world” currently known as President Obama, has decided he needs an on-camera fix this week and has scheduled an appearance on The View. Apparently the president considers it a women’s weekday Meet the Press, since actually appearing on
Is anyone honestly surprised by the revelations that members of the liberal left media plotted to kill stories about Reverend Jeremiah Wright during the 2008 presidential campaign?
Does anyone think there might be something suspicious behind the timing of President Obama’s quick family vacation to Maine this past weekend?
What do you get when you combine a Wall Street Journal opinion piece by Pete DuPont, formerly posted on the Drudge Report with the title Hillary Clinton for President, with the most popular column currently on the Daily Beast by Mark McKinnon proclaiming, Sarah Palin is Running for President but She's Not Ready?
There is evidence our fashionista First Lady might be starting her own economic stimulus for the fashion industry.
President Barack Obama should be worshiping at the grave of Richard Nixon. “Why,” you ask?
Where’s the outrage over this headline?
On June 29, 2010, former President Bill Clinton did the political equivalent of throwing some juicy ripe red tomatoes at the White House windows by publicly endorsing primary candidate and state House Speaker Andrew Romanoff in Colorado’s Senate Democratic primary.
Here’s a new prediction for Intrade the online prediction market:
Quick: Can you name the only two U.S. senators (both Republican) who landed on TIME Magazine’s recent list of the 100 most influential people in the world?
Since the unofficial start of the 2012 Presidential campaign marathon is the day after the mid-term elections on Nov. 3, it is not to early to suggest a more effective and entertaining method of selecting the Republican 2012 presidential candidate, rather than that old, boring, worn down, dragged out primary system with endless debates and thousands of Ronald Reagan references.
During income tax week it was widely reported that 47 percent of Americans do not pay federal income taxes, which means 53 percent of Americans do.
It’s the year 2051 and an American history professor by the name of Robot Avatar at the orbiting campus of Space Cadet University is “wiring” his students about the 50th anniversary of George W. Bush’s presidency.
You could say there is a war raging here in the homeland, an un-Civil War, where foot soldiers on both sides are American patriots fighting for what they believe is the best path to achieve a bright future. It is a struggle between Organizing for America and the Tea Party.