VIDEO: Girl bursts into tears after Hillary touches her

By Olaf Ekberg on Tuesday, June 30th, 2015 in Uncategorized 1,075 Comments

Is Hillary Clinton the lost Beatle? Or channeling Barack Obama circa 2008? Her latest ad could certainly leave that impression. The campaign ad, titled, “A Pledge,” features the candidate reaching out to a girl who says she has cystic fibrosis. Within moments, the girl was in tears. “When she reached out it was a really […]

British royal insider: ‘Michelle Obama on Queen’s enemies list’

By Olaf Ekberg on Tuesday, June 30th, 2015 in Uncategorized 30 Comments

When first lady Michelle Obama visited Europe earlier this month, she didn’t get a coveted audience with Queen Elizabeth. Instead, she was relegated to having tea with Prince Harry at Kensington Palace. The upcoming July 6th edition of GLOBE magazine reports it’s because Obama is “on the Queen’s enemies list.” President Obama’s wife was “totally […]

UPDATE: White House blowing off middle schooler’s interview request

By Olaf Ekberg on Tuesday, June 30th, 2015 in Uncategorized 8 Comments

Is the leader of the free world — the person expected keep ISIS, Iran and Vladimir Putin at bay — really scared of some questions from a middle schooler? That’s the conclusion one could reach after Georgia middle schooler CJ Pearson‘s repeated requests for an interview with President Obama have gone unanswered. The 12-year-old posted […]

The top five most racist presidents in American history

By Renee Nal on Tuesday, June 30th, 2015 in Uncategorized 108 Comments

The most celebrated Democratic presidents are also – by far – the most race-obsessed. These American presidents care much less about content of character than they do about melanin levels. Whether their obsession is how black Americans can help launch the Democrats into power, such as in the case of Lyndon B. Johnson; or if the […]

USDA moving to ban juice, cookies in day cares

By Olaf Ekberg on Monday, June 29th, 2015 in Uncategorized 1,273 Comments

If the U.S. Department of Agriculture has its way, first lady Michelle Obama’s vision for what Americans should be eating will affect more federal programs. The department is seeking to overhaul rules related to the Child and Adult Care Food Program, a program similar to the National School Lunch Program, except for day-care providers. Day […]

Lack of funds, federal rules make July 4th fireworks a dud in many American towns

By Olaf Ekberg on Friday, June 26th, 2015 in Uncategorized No Comments

Many American towns are ending July 4th fireworks traditions after funds to pay for them are growing increasingly scarce. Coalinga, California canceled its celebration “to save money,” ABC 30 reports. It cost about $15,000 a year. “To be fiscally responsible in our community, this is something we had to do,” city council member Ron Landers […]

1994: Bill Clinton praised Confederate group’s ‘wonderful legacy of your founders’

By Olaf Ekberg on Thursday, June 25th, 2015 in Uncategorized No Comments

In the 1990s, President Bill Clinton was living large. He could repeatedly congratulate a Confederate group for building upon the “wonderful legacy” of their founders — all the while being heralded as the so-called first black president. In 1994, Clinton — the former governor of Arkansas — congratulated the United Daughters of the Confederacy not […]