Politics Timeline

Prime Minister Modi Delivers Powerful Speech On India’s Independence Day

India Independence Day

Friday, August 15, 2014 marks 67 years since India won its much-deserved independence from the United Kingdom. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who according to the Times of India was sworn in on May 26 as “India’s first prime minister born after the country’s independence,” celebrated the monumental day by delivering a powerful independence day speech… Read more »

Obama Has ‘No Sympathy’ For The Hamas, But Merely ‘Urged’ For A Ceasefire, No Experimental Drugs For Ebola Too

U.S.-President-Barack-Obama

United States President Barrack Obama appears to be maintaining a safe distance with the current conflict raging between Israel and Hamas. The Gaza strip has been burning up, and while Obama has confirmed he has “no sympathy” for the “extraordinarily irresponsible” Hamas government, he merely “urged” for the extension of an Israel-Hamas ceasefire. Attempting to… Read more »

Al Sharpton Wants To Shut Down New York City

Al Sharpton Did All This?

Controversial political figure Al Sharpton and his National Action Network (NAN) have announced that they’re organizing a march that will shut down the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge later this month. The march, says Al Sharpton, is to protest the actions of the New York Police Department (NYPD) in the choke-hold killing of Eric Garner. The date set… Read more »

Tom Marino: Nancy Pelosi Acts Like She’s Royalty [Video]

Tom Marino not intimidated by Nancy Pelosi

U.S. Congressman Tom Marino is not backing down after his confrontation with former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, during which she allegedly twice accused him of being an “insignificant person.” Insisting on zero tolerance, Marino claimed that Pelosi not only dissed him, but by extension dissed the vast majority of middle-class Americans. As The Inquisitr previously… Read more »

House Intel Committee On Benghazi: No Obama Administration Wrongdoing

Benghazi attack

The House Intelligence Committee is just one of many congressional panels to investigate the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, which took place in 2012, and the Republican-led inquiry has reportedly concluded that there was no deliberate wrongdoing by the Obama Administration surrounding the event. According to The San Francisco Chronicle, the panel voted… Read more »