Articles Tagged with President Barack Obama

Rick Perry Ordering National Guard To The Texas Border

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Rick Perry is ordering the National Guard to the Texas border. Governor Perry appears to have grown tired of waiting for the federal government to secure the border and is opting to take the actions he deems necessary to protect his state and its citizens. Governor Perry is expected to give details regarding his plans… Read more »

Obama: ‘American Troops Will Not Be Fighting In Iraq Again’

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Washington — President Barack Obama announced at a special meeting from the White House that he will not send military aid over the current crisis in Iraq, stating diplomatic efforts between all parties involved were the best option to ease the trail of death and destruction that has rocked the country over the last few… Read more »

Hillary Clinton The Teenage Years Highlighted In Dinesh D’Souza ‘America’ Film

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Hillary Clinton’s teenage years will be showcased in Dinesh D’Souza’s new documentary, America. The successful and controversial filmmaker will delve into the possible Democratic presidential candidate’s first encounters with Saul Alinsky in the film. Clinton will be played by actress Jennifer Pearson in the movie. Dinesh D’Souza’s America will show Hillary Clinton at 14 speaking… Read more »

Obama On Voter Fraud – Blame The Republicans


President Obama had some sharp accusations against the GOP friday while making a speech at Al Sharpton’s National Action Network conference, naming the Republicans as the reason for the voter fraud problems. As crowds cheered before him, Obama boldly told the nation that the problem with voter fraud isn’t actual fraud, but vile politicians attempting… Read more »

Ukraine Protests: Could Similar Uprisings Happen In America?

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The death toll in the Ukraine continues to rise. The unrest is the worst since the nation gained independence in 1991. Protests started when President Viktor Yanukovych refused to ink a trade deal with the European Union. Rallies on Independence Square quickly turned into a political stalemate and then the horrific violence began. The gathering… Read more »

Wilderness Act Turns 50 As Eminent Domain Battle Brews

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The Wilderness Act turns 50 this year, but pending public land acquisitions and possible eminent domain actions by the federal government make the anniversary of the law a controversial one. The legislation allowed for the creation of public lands that “retain their primeval character and influence.” The protective labeling ushered in under the Wilderness Act… Read more »

Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Beyonce Among Top Search Engine Choices

Justin Bieber, Beyonce, Miley Cyrus Top Bing Most Searched Person Choices

Justin Bieber, his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez, and Beyonce topped most searched person choices in different countries in 2013, according to trend patterns in 12 countries collated by Microsoft search engine Bing. Teen idol Bieber reigned in the UK as the most searched for person. However, in the US Beyonce ruled, while Gomez took the crown… Read more »

Beyoncé Tweets Support For George Zimmerman Civil Rights Case

Beyonce Takes To Twitter In Support Of Petition To Open Civil Rights Case Against George Zimmerman Over His Killing Of Trayvon Martin

Beyoncé has tweeted her support for a petition asking the Department of Justice to open a Civil Rights case against George Zimmerman after his acquittal over his killing of black teen, Trayvon Martin. The 31-year-old rarely posts on the social media site, but evidently felt strongly enough about the much debated verdict to take to… Read more »

President Obama Will Cut 5 Percent Of His Salary: Who’s Next?

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President Barack Obama said Wednesday that he will return five percent of his salary in an act of solidarity with thousands of federal employees across the country who will be furloughed as part of the sequester budget cuts Congress failed to stop earlier this year. He is the latest in a growing list of public… Read more »