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  • Monica Lewinsky name change: She is not ashamed, does not want to change her name
    Monica Lewinsky change name: Patient 'Zero' keeping name, despite Clinton affair
    Should Monica Lewinsky change her name considering it may always be tainted following the cheating scandal with past U.S. President Bill Clinton? Lewinsky has recently called herself “Patient Zero” in terms of being the first, most...
  •  President Vladimir Putin's Russian successor could be global catastrophe
    Vladimir Putin a thorn for West, next Russian president 'could be a nightmare'
    President Vladimir Putin has made some savvy political moves during the Obama Administration that has many people talking around the world of his rise to power as a global barometer. Arguably, Russia's Putin has enjoyed a sudden surge to power...
  • Libertarian Presidential nominee Gary Johnson plans to make another run in 2016
    Governor Gary Johnson will run for President as a Libertarian in 2016
    Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson is planning to run for President in 2016 as a Libertarian. He shared his intentions during an interview on"The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV."The whole election is a big yawn,"...
  • Bill Clinton photobomb: U.S. President gets in unexpected picture, outshines girl
    Bill Clinton photobomb: Former president outshines pouting child in funny image
    A Bill Clinton photobomb is once again putting the former U.S. President into the pop culture spotlight this week. The esteemed political figure outshone a pouting child in an unexpected appearance that one observer managed to capture on camera...
  • Ben Stein calls President Obama the most racist President in US history
    Ben Stein: Obama the 'most racist' President in US history? Playing race card
    In a direct quote, Ben Stein has called President Obama the “most racist” U.S. President in all American history, sparking tremendous debate — and backlash — from listeners across the country. In a new interview with Fox...
  • President Obama at Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich.
    Obama tells Michigan Democrats, 'When we vote, we win'
    President Barack Obama was in Detroit last night with one message, “When we vote, we win.”Speaking to 6,010 supporters on the campus of Wayne State University, the crowd roared when Obama said, “It’s good to be back in...
  • Liberals touchy over witty anti-Obama ad
    Liberals refuse to back down
    Few things are as entertaining as watching proud Progressives work themselves into a dither over some imaginary slight. However, I guess there are just some things liberals won't back down on–like screaming racist! at anyone who refuses...
  • President Obama not interested in public outrage over illegal immigrants
    Obama's amnesty for illegals continues despite America's protest
    Drew Rosenberg, a 25-year-old law student, was taking a motorcycle ride on a pleasant autumn day and was struck and killed on a San Francisco street by Robert Galo–an undocumented, unlicensed, illegal immigrant. So much for the leftist...
  • House holds hearing for US Marine in Mexican prison
    House Foreign Affairs picks up the ball dropped by a disinterested Obama
    For over six months, Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi has been wrongfully imprisoned after accidentally taking a wrong turn into Mexico with his own guns in his automobile. This issue has been taken up by the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee after...
  • Congress is no laughing matter
    Failure to learn from our past sins?
    Chaos is still alive and well up on Capitol Hill these days. We have a President who, now back from his endless vacations and golf outings, is trying to respond to his critics by coming up with a plan to deal with the ISIS Terror Group, which...
  • Success for the largest marine reserve
    Success for the largest marine reserve
    With President Obama and other world leaders discussing climate change at the United Nations in New York City this week, the oceans and the entire marine world came into play on September 24, 2014. Climate change has been confirmed to be the...
  • Rand Paul at GOP breakfast in New Hampshire
    Note to Rand Paul: 2016 is two years away
    The presidential election is more than two years away, but one potential candidate is running like it’s this November.Addressing a rowdy crowd in front of a pub in Manchester, New Hampshire, home of first-in-the-nation primary, Sen. Rand...
  • Fixing stupid
    Voting, education, and defending the U.S.
    We have about two months to go until the November elections and during this period I am sure we will get an earful of political ads on a non-stop basis touting the pros and cons of those running for office. The country is facing many problems...
  • The odds of a Hillary presidency are laughable
    Another President Clinton very unlikely
    One thing that has always been an enigma to a seemingly small percentage of highly intelligent Americans is why so many citizens think Hillary Clinton has even the slightest chance of becoming our next president. Although she has not made a formal...
  • President Barack Obama delivers speech at the White House on ISIS
    President Obama's prime-time ISIS address, predictions and live coverage
    Despite an aversion to political theater, President Barack Obama will take to the prime-time airwaves to correct a single, yet significant blunder he let slip about not having a strategy to tackle ISIS; the worst terrorist threat of all time. The...