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Sarah Palin and Family Involved in Brawl at Anchorage Party

Sarah Palin and Family Involved in Brawl at Anchorage Party

A drunken brawl involving about 20 people broke out at a party Saturday night that was attended by former Alaska governor and vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family. The incident, which people say was started by Alaska’s former First Family, apparently began when the Palins arrived in a stretch Hummer limousine. Twenty-five-year-old Track Palin almost […]

Israel Blocked EU Fact-Finding Delegation From Entering Gaza

Israel Blocked EU Fact-Finding Delegation From Entering Gaza

An EU delegation of 13 left-wing politicians from five EU countries attempted to visit the Gaza Strip on a fact-finding mission to report on the results of actions by the IDF in the area in the recent seven week action, but were blocked by Israel from entering.  The various MEPs on the humanitarian mission were […]

Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson Reveals His Thoughts on ISIS [Video]

Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson Reveals His Thoughts on ISIS [Video]

Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson has revealed his thoughts on the Sunni jihadist group ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria). These thoughts were revealed via an interview on the Fox news show Hannity, which took place on Tuesday night. When asked how he felt regarding the recent beheadings of American journalists in the […]

Republican Video Game From NRSC [Video]

Republican Video Game From NRSC [Video]

In what may be considered an attempt to reach younger Americans, the U.S. National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) has released a video game. When the first reports of this video game surfaced, first person shooter fans thought of a Call of Duty type game with a GOP led assault against terrorists, or maybe even a […]

History of Name Changes of Post Offices

History of Name Changes of Post Offices

So far in August this year, President Obama has signed 21 bills into law. Seven of these bills concerned the naming of government-owned buildings and five buildings were post offices. Although infrequent in early history, legislation naming post offices has become a very common practice.About one-fifth of the laws passed by congress in the past […]

The Flames of Ferguson

The Flames of Ferguson

Ferguson, Missouri is a microcosm of what the nation could be facing in the near future. In the 1960s, there were the riots of Watts, Detroit, Chicago, and D.C. The violence of those times was surreal to many and the footage served as a reminder that the America many were studying about in school was […]

Hillary Clinton Decision Time

Hillary Clinton Decision Time

Many on the U.S. political scene think that it is time for Hillary Rodham Clinton to make a decision. Democrats as well as Republicans are anxious to know if Hillary will run in the 2016 presidential election. Right now, it looks like she might run, she seems like she is getting her campaign engine tuned […]

Mitt Romney and Wife Complete Ice Bucket Challenge [Video]

Mitt Romney and Wife Complete Ice Bucket Challenge [Video]

Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney has completed the highly coveted ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, along with his wife Ann. The two took to Facebook early Friday morning to share their experience completing the task. Romney was nominated by Creighton Rider who lives in Salt Lake City and who suffers from ALS, Meg Whitman who is the CEO of Hewlett-Packard and […]

Wikipedia Blocks Congress After Disruptive Edits

Wikipedia Blocks Congress After Disruptive Edits

For the third time in less than a month people using Congressional Internet Protocol (IP) addresses have been making disruptive edits to Wikipedia, resulting in the blocking of the House of Representatives from making any further corrections. The popular Internet encyclopedia website blocked the Congress IP addresses because of the nature of the edits which […]

George W. Bush Unwittingly Completes Ice Bucket Challenge [Video]

George W. Bush Unwittingly Completes Ice Bucket Challenge [Video]

Former United States President George W. Bush has unwittingly completed the Ice Bucket Challenge, per request of his daughter Jenna Bush Hager, American philanthropist and businessman Woody Johnson, and professional golfer Rory McIllroy. Bush took to Facebook to share the video of him being doused with water by his wife Barbara. The video begins with […]

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