How do you feel about a politician using the N-word in a television campaign ad?
What if the politician IS black? Does that fact change anything?
In his visit to Africa, President Obama once again showed his narcissism. He spent time focusing on the 2016 presidential race and criticizing Republican candidates Donald Trump and Mike Huckabee. He also used a speech to the African Union to claim that he could win a third term because “I’m a pretty good president.”
by Jeff Crouere
It is now crystal to clear to any objective observer, Hillary Clinton is a horrible candidate. As Americans get to know Hillary, they like her less. In the latest Associated Press-GFK poll, Hillary scores an abysmal 39% approval rating, compared to an unfavorable rating of 49%.
by Stephen Sabludowsky
Yesterday, I posted on Facebook, a picture of some men in trucks and vans getting ready to wave the confederate flag in front of President Barack Obama.
In a recent Internet interview, President Obama made the ultimate shocking statement by using the “n” word. The President’s comment was not an inadvertent mistake or a careless slip of the tongue. It was designed to make a point that race relations still need to improve in our country.
Is Khalaf Ahmad al-Habtoor running for U.S. President?
Probably not, because he is from the United Arab Emirates. But I want to vote for him!
Republicans have long criticized President Obama for using executive action to enact rules and regulations for an agenda that Congress has not authorized. In effect he creates law where no authority exists for his actions, or he overreaches his authority. Now Governor Jindal is doing the same thing by issuing an executive order to implement the basic intent of HB 707 even though the House Civil Law Committee earlier in the day effectively killed the bill for this legislative session.
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
New poll – interesting results
The anxiously awaited Spring poll by Southern Media and Opinion Research (SMOR) of Baton Rouge is here, and it contains some interesting results.
Now, the debate begins.
The Iran nuclear deal framework is done. Below is the statement from President Barack Obama and underneath that are social media discussions.
After five terms in the United States Senate and two terms in the House of Representatives, staunchly partisan Democrat Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) will retire at the end of this term. While he still has 22 months left in office to aggravate Republicans, the announcement was still a big blow to the Democratic Party.