Still reeling from their defeat in the 2012 Presidential election and their inability to take back control of the Senate, the Republican National Committee will invest $10 million to help spread their message of tax cuts for the rich to minority communities across America.
The sequester that was signed into law last week has kicked in with many budget cuts across the board. One of the ways that federal agencies have adjusted is by forced furloughs for their workers. The executive branch has not been spared budget cuts in the sequester, as President Barack Obama was told not to report to work yesterday.
Hugo Chavez, who had been the President of Venezuela since 1999 and a world leader who is an actual socialist because of his actions and not just because those who oppose him call him one, died on Tuesday due to cancer.
In what has been considered the most highly anticipated piece of legislation in recent years, the New Jersey Legislature is nearing completion of a bill that would criminalize all time traveling beginning in March 2013.
Following controversial remarks last week in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un announced his country’s plan to create a nuclear weapon capable of reaching the United States, the internationally maligned leader held a new speech from Pyongyang on Sunday going into further detail about his plans.
“I haven’t heard any response from Washington, so I should probably clarify. My plan in regards to the United States is to pretty much kill each and everyone of you. There’s no sugarcoating it, I want each of you to die a painful death” Jong-Un said in a statement from the North Korean capital city.
Hysteria has broken out among the gun activist community regarding President Obama’s pending gun laws. The President’s crackdown will most likely ban military-style assault weapons, as well as high-capacity magazines. The NRA hasn’t sweat a bullet (no pun intended) over this dreadful news. In fact, they’ve already plotted new ways to get their gun fix.
As President Barack Obama is sworn in today for his second term as the 44th President of the United States, conservative bloggers around the country will raise their glasses at four more years of relevancy among the political dissidents of this country.
President Barack Obama made an impromptu visit to a fast food restaurant located four blocks from the White House Saturday afternoon. Those dining at the eatery were stunned to see the President walk in, and they all froze to see what the commander-in-chief would do next.
President Obama has once again gained the ire of many conservatives for his surprising 11th hour pardon of Courage the turkey at a ceremony at the White House yesterday afternoon.
In the surprise announcement just hours before Courage’s death sentence was to be carried out at Perdue Farms Poultry Correctional Facility in Salisbury, Md., Obama executed the first official use of the Presidential pardon of his administration.
Freshmen House Representative Joseph Cao (R-LA), the only Republican to cross party lines and vote in favor of the new health care bill last weekend, assured voters on Sunday morning news shows that his vote represented the will of his district. Cao denied that his vote was in exchange for Democratic kickbacks offered in return for getting a Republican on their side.