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Alan Greenspan: Gold Is Stronger Than The U.S. Dollar [Video]

Alan Greenspan

Over the course of this year, many have expressed their fears that the U.S. dollar will lose more of its value, which in turn will cause hyperinflation. Historically, such a condition for currency is a bane for the country that uses the currency. As a historic example, one of the worst cases of inflation happened… Read more »

Chuck Todd: ‘Obama’s Arrogance Got The Better Of Him’

Chuck Todd Accuses Obama Of 'Arrogance'

Chuck Todd, host of Meet the Press, sat down with Conan O’Brien this week to discuss President Obama and some of the criticisms he makes of the Commander-in-Chief in his new book, The Stranger. In the interview, Todd admits that he isn’t looking forward to meeting the President face-to-face again, adding that the book is… Read more »

Immigration Reform: Obama To Announce 10-Point Plan, Congress Not Needed

Barack Obama

An anonymous source close to the White House told Fox News that President Obama will unveil a 10-point immigration plan on November 21st. The president will be bypassing Congress and implement his plan through executive orders. The new policy will contain 10 points, the most controversial of which might be a “deferred action” for certain… Read more »

Winner Finally Declared In U.S. Senate Election In Alaska

Dan Sullivan wins U.S. Senate election in Alaska

In Alaska, multiple news outlets have declared that Republican Dan Sullivan has defeated incumbent Democrat Mark Begich for the U.S. Senate seat in Alaska. Sullivan’s win means that the GOP has flipped eight seats from the Democrats in the process of taking control of the Senate. One contest (the Louisiana runoff between Mary Landrieu and… Read more »

Vladimir Putin Spanks Barack Obama — In Russian Propaganda Art!

Russian Propaganda Art Show

It is well-known that the relationship between United States president Barack Obama and Russian president Vladimir Putin isn’t exactly the best. Most of the time, they seem to volley power moves back and forth at each other in representation of their respective countries. The Inquisitr reported numerous times on their political squabble, such as Putin… Read more »

Nancy Pelosi Says She’s ‘Needed Now More Than Ever’ As Minority Leader

Nancy Pelosi Staying On As Minority Leader

Rep. Nancy Pelosi, the House Democrats minority leader, has been a frequent topic of conversation among news sites and conservative blogs since her party receded to a record level after the November 4 election. Politico notes that Democrats lost 12 seats in last week’s “bloodbath,” and The Hill adds that under Pelosi’s oversight, the party… Read more »

Loretta Lynch: The Truth About Obama’s Chosen Attorney General

Loretta Lynch

President Obama nominated Loretta Lynch to replace Eric Holder as U.S. Attorney General this past Saturday. The nation has been abuzz about Lynch and her new position in the U.S. government, but not much is known about her career and her past. Here is a quick breakdown of everything you should know about Loretta Lynch…. Read more »

GOP: Attorney General Pick Must Be ‘Willing To Oppose’ President, Or Else

Attorney General nominee

Ongoing relations with the Obama Administration and Congressional Republicans can possibly sour more in the upcoming months. With the president’s nomination of Loretta Lynch as U.S. Attorney General, two GOP senators want to make one thing perfectly clear: Unless the AG nominee is willing to denounce Barack Obama’s planned amnesty executive order on immigration, confirmation… Read more »

George W. Bush’s Iraq War Discussed In CBS News Interview

Former President George W. Bush has refused to weigh in on the situation in Iraq.

For anyone thinking former President George W. Bush may be second guessing Iraq all these years later in light of the current situation with the Islamic State, you would be wrong. During a wide-ranging interview with CBS News’ Bob Scheiffer, George W. Bush’s Iraq War strategy was discussed, and the former president told the long-time… Read more »

Lame Duck Attorney General Nomination A ‘Mistake': New WV Senator

Loretta Lynch

The attorney general nomination of New York prosecutor Loretta Lynch is sitting wrong with at least one newly-elected member of the United States Senate who will not have a chance to vote on the nomination, should it proceed to a vote during the upcoming lame duck session between the mid-term elections and the swearing in… Read more »

Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill: Osama Bin Laden ‘Died Like A P***y’

Navy SEAL Rob O'Neill: 'Bin Laden Died Like A P***y'

Retired Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill, the self-identified shooter of Osama bin Laden, has some odd words of comfort for families who lost people on 9/11, the terrorist attacks that bin Laden reportedly orchestrated. Apparently, as vicious of a terrorist as bin Laden was, he died in a less than noble manner, as O’Neill says he… Read more »

Loretta Lynch Nominated As U.S. Attorney General, Makes History

Loretta Lynch

Loretta Lynch was officially nominated by President Barack Obama on Saturday to become the next U.S. attorney general. For his speech, President Obama was joined by both Loretta Lynch and the outgoing U.S. attorney general, Eric Holder. During the speech, CNN Politics reports that Obama credited the two-time U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of… Read more »

Bernie Sanders: ‘Election Day Should Be National Holiday’

Bernie Sanders: Make Election Day A National Holiday

Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders wants to make Election Day a national holiday, according to a new proposal that he’s written. Sanders’ motivations for the bill are the poor voter turnout from Tuesday’s election in which Republicans handily defeated Democrats in most major congressional races, retaking the Senate and adding seats in the already-red House of… Read more »

Willie Nelson: ‘The Best Medicine For Stress Is Pot’

Willie Nelson Thinks Pot Is Best For Stress

Willie Nelson has been a proponent of legalizing marijuana for decades. He’s also been one of the drug’s most satisfied customers and one could argue that it’s kept him relevant to younger audiences for longer than he would have been otherwise. Not that Nelson’s music isn’t superb, it’s just that generations have a tendency to… Read more »