The media has trotted out Newt Gingrich’s ex. They trotted out an alleged mistress of Herman Cain. Why are they so silent about Barack Husein Obama’s ex?
Go to the SOURCE. Video and more there.
And more video:
Why is the media covering it up?
No wonder queen Michele is such an angry bitch. She’s just a cover story and she knows it.
Liberals, princess Pelosi, queen Michele, and a few others in the white house must have a life time supply of these:
Obama loves going on TV and telling us how things are getting better.
If that”s so, why was 2011 the worst year for new home sales?
This is great stuff that took place on the House floor:
A House committee held what was perhaps one of its more explosive hearings Wednesday on a bill that would give a federal commission the power to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. Democrats, led by Congressman Henry Waxman, call the bill a Republican earmark and thus asked that the Koch brothers be subpoenaed to testify on their alleged investment in the project. Republican Committee chairman Ed Whitefield was having none of it, however, and cut Waxman off at the knees.
“We’re not going to be subpoenaing the Koch brothers,” he blasted. “The Koch brothers have nothing to do with this project.”
“Point of order!” Waxman bellowed. “You cut me out in the middle of a sentence!”
“Your time was up, Mr. Waxman!” Whitfield retorted. “We are going to recess this hearing for ten minutes and then we’re going to come back.”
“Are you calling the Koch brothers during the recess?” Waxman quipped.
Whitefield quickly fired back, “If you want to talk about that, let’s talk about the millions of dollars that the Obama administration gave companies like Solyndra and people like George Kaiser and other campaign bundlers…would you like us to subpoena them too?”
“Why are you interrupting members and then you take unlimited time for yourself?” Waxman asked.
“I’m the chairman! And I’m telling you right now we’re going to recess for ten minutes!” Whitfield stated, before storming out.
Speculations over why the president has delayed the decision on this project abound. Some suggest Obama he has done so to keep from angering his political base and environmentalists who oppose the pipeline. If approved, the bill would essentially bypass Obama’s decision.
Google recently rolled out its “Search Plus Your World” product, which essentially turns every Google search into a Google+ search.
“A little help from your friends,” Google says on its new Search Plus info page.
The new Search might be helpful if every result wasn’t tied to a Google+ page, that is.
Now, if you search for “sushi” images, you might get back an image result a friend has posted to Google+ (versus a result that’s relevant because it has climbed the ladder of Google’s PageRank algorithm).
Regardless of whether Google’s “Personal Results” raise anti-trust issues or not, these new results can be pretty annoying.
Oh the liberal world is in high dudgeon over this!
French Elle accused of racism after suggesting that the Obamas are first African-Americans to be fashionable
French Elle may be a fashion authority, but the glossy magazine is certainly no leader in race relations.
In what has been interpreted as an outdated and insulting move, a fashion blogger for the magazine’s site posted a piece about Michelle Obama’s sartorial prowess and the rise of a ‘black-geoisie’.
New York Daily News goes so far as to brand the magazine as ‘racist’, while elsewhere online, the blog has caused uproar.
(well, I would guess not only republicans, but now the french are racists! according to the liberal press and bloggers)
On Wednesday Michelle Obama unveiled the new Federal school-lunch regulations, as part of her anti-obesity campaign. I don’t remember seeing a culinary section in the US Constitution. Under current leadership, the Federal government appears to have an enormous appetite for our freedoms?
Suddenly the Left is all worried about parental efforts being undone at school? Not quite. It’s the parents’ responsibility, not the federal government’s, to make sure their kids eat well at their homes, their friend’s houses, their grandparent’s houses and at their schools. If enough parents aren’t happy with what’s on the menu (which they can read) they’ll either complain to the school (a local issue) in order to force changes, or hit the school in the pocketbook by packing their kids lunches on their own. That is unless their kids go to one Chicago school where even that is no longer allowed because parents aren’t to be trusted with making their own kids lunches. Forget about metal detectors, this school is more worried about having ‘food detectors’ to make sure no one is packin’-lunch.
Read the article here.