Social media adds an interesting dynamic to election day. Today (November 4) is proof, as celebs have flocked to Twitter and Instagram to show (and encourage others) to let their voices be heard in the United States midterm election.
Four months after the Sandy Hook shooting massacre in Newtown, Conn., lawmakers are ready to move forward with a gun control measure. Earlier today the Senate opened debates over whether or not to vote on the adjusting gun laws, bringing the legislation one step closer to approval
As Election Day comes to a close, the votes were close but one winner prevailed during this year’s presidential election. Americans cast their votes, and re-elected Barack Obama as president, Tuesday (Nov. 6).
Even in the aftermath of Sandy, the friction between Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo Langford, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is still alive and well. The two traded insults over NBC’s TODAY show Tuesday (Oct. 30) displaying a level of tension that may have crossed over from professional to personal.
President Obama will have to pull out all the stops if he plans to win tonight’s third and final debate. With the topic of the evening being foreign policy, Mitt Romney finds himself with a lot of ammo to use against the POTUS after their last meeting. President Obama’s response to the September attacks on a […]
A Texas church has put town of Leakey on the map, but not for anything good. The Church in the Valley located in the small 300-person town is making news today for its marquis message: “VOTE FOR THE MORMON, NOT THE MUSLIM! FOR THE CAPITALIST, NOT THE COMMUNIST!”
Arkansas Republican representative Jon Hubbard has ruffled the feathers of not only African-Americans and Democrats, but his fellow GOP members over statements made in his self published book from 2009, Letters To The Editor: Confessions Of A Frustrated Conservative. In his book, Hubbard states, “the institution of slavery that the black race has long believed […]
Some Republicans are angry with Scott Van Duzer. The Florida pizza shop owner has a fondness for President Obama and greeted the commander in chief with a bear-bug when he stopped by his shop Sunday (Sept. 9). The harmless show of affection, which he cleared beforehand with the Secret Service, has been seen as a […]
President Barack Obama spoke to Power 95.3 in Orlando, FL this morning to talk about politics and touch on pop music. If you remember, Nicki Minaj had a line on Lil Wayne‘s Dedication 4 mixtape that seemed to endorse Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. “I’m a Republican voting for Mitt Romney, you lazy b****es is f****ng up the economy,” Minaj rapped […]
If Nicki Minaj makes the decision to endorse Mitt Romney in the forthcoming election, she may want to take care of something first: registering to vote. Minaj was flooded with media clips Tuesday (Sept. 4) when a snippet from her lyrics on Lil Wayne’s Dedication 4 mixtape revealed that she is a Republican and voting for […]
For several years, the Republican Party has asserted that they are they party of the people, offering less than insurmountable evidence of the claim with every opportunity given. Their latest testament to the cause, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele, is a shining example of the beleaguered political faction’s attempt at affirmative action but can […]
The governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger himself, is the latest elected official to rally behind President Barack Obama. He spoke out Tuesday saying that he supports the President’s health-care reform ideas, in particular his goal to refurbish the health care system completely. Governor Schwarzenegger released a statement saying that he appreciated Obama’s partnership with the […]
Glenn Beck has been a lightning rod, shining bright and on fire for all of the wrong reasons. The Fox personality and right-wing demigod has been on the far right side of political conversations. His stance has garnered him a highly devoted following at the cost of advertisers and a myriad of financial backers. Known […]
Rex Rammell, an Idaho gubernatorial hopeful, sharply rejects the notion he was serious when he made a joke about purchasing a license to hunt the President of the United States. The underdog candidate, who is running against Republican incumbent C.L. “Butch” Otter in May of next year, made a comment about the state’s wolf hunt […]