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Drones killed hundreds of civilians in Pakistan

Drones killed hundreds of civilians in Pakistan A new report says that drones are doing more harm that previously published. A new report out of London challenges the US government’s claims that the CIA-led drone initiatives in Pakistan have spared civilians from unnecessary casualties. Rather, writes... [Read More]

Obama turns birthday into fundraiser

Obama turns birthday into fundraiser US President Barack Obama (AFP Photo / Jewel Samad) The majority of Americans disapprove of Barack Obama’s job as president, unemployment continues to soar and the economy is crumbling. What does that all mean? Well, it’s time to party, obviously. President... [Read More]

Americans furious at Congress

Americans furious at Congress If you’re not too keen on the current state of the US Congress, you are far from alone. A poll released today by CNN reveals that 84 percent of Americans disapprove with the way Congress is handling its job. The research, obtained by nearly 900 Americans, reveals that... [Read More]

Tea Party screws Boehner; collateral damage for Obama

Tea Party screws Boehner collateral damage for Obama Days away from default, no solution for the US debt ceiling has been reached. On Tuesday, the United States government is planning on running out of the more than $14 trillion that DC lawmakers say the country can borrow from abroad. As Democrats... [Read More]

Poorer Americans should not bankroll the rich – journalist

Poorer Americans should not bankroll the rich – journalist (RT photo / Irina Vasilevitskaya) The US President and Congress are struggling to find a compromise to raise the $14.3 trillion debt ceiling, allowing the US to pay its creditors. Journalist Greg Palast says ordinary Americans should not... [Read More]

The Fed prepares for default

The Fed prepares for default The US dollar’s worth could be going down the drain. Are you wondering what the federal government will do if and when the United States runs out of money in two weeks? So are they. Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Plosser said on Wednesday that... [Read More]

80 percent of Americans are angry at the government

80-percent-of-Americans-are-angry-at-the-governmentAmerican’s aren’t all too happy with the US government. Here’s some breaking news: Americans are angry at the government! A new poll conducted by ABC News and the Washington Post reveal that dissatisfaction with the US political system... [Read More]

Obama punishes whistleblowers

U.S. President Barack Obama holds a news conference at the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House July 15, 2011 in Washington, DC (AFP Photo / Getty Images) With alleged whistleblower Thomas Drake on trial for leaking classified info to the media, why is the Obama administration cracking down on... [Read More]

Geithner predicts long hardships ahead for America

Geithner predicts long hardships ahead for America Secretary of the Treasury Timothy Geithner speaks during a closing news conference with Indian Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee June 28, 2011 at the Department of the Treasury in Washington, DC. (Alex Wong/Getty Images/AFP ) How’s this for good... [Read More]

Congressmen declare debt ceiling unconstitutional

Image from If Democrats and Republicans can’t decide on a decision regarding the debt ceiling dilemma, some are now saying that it doesn’t even matter — and that laying out a limit is actually unconstitutional. A group of lawmakers are combing over the Constitution to see if... [Read More]

Leaving Afghanistan: end of the surge

AFP Photo / Saul Loeb From the White House last night, US President Barack Obama announced plans for 30,000 troops to leave Afghanistan over the next year, signaling a beginning to the end of a decade-long war. While 30,000 is the number that Obama is going with, is it the right one? The Heritage Foundation’s... [Read More]

America divided over Obama birthplace

Barack Obama (AFP Photo / Mandel Ngan) 45 percent of registered Republicans believe Obama was born outside the US. 22 percent said they are unsure where he was born. The issues surrounding Obama’s birthplace and the birther movement have reemerged with Donald Trump’s media spin and possible presidential... [Read More]

Obama OKs drone mission in Libya

obama MISRATA: President Obama on Friday authorized the use of armed drones to help rebels bogged down in their bid to oust Muammar Gaddafi even as the top American commander warned that the conflict was “moving towards stalemate” with Libyan troops pressing on with their punishing siege... [Read More]

Obama calls on courts to censor TV:The Obama administration is asking the US Supreme Court to reinstate a policy

Obama-calls-on-courts-to-censor-TV- Children watch TV (AFP Photo / Markus Leodolter)   The Obama administration is asking the US Supreme Court to reinstate a policy that allowed federal regulators to censor and fine TV broadcasters for showing nudity or airing cure words when children may be watching... [Read More]


A UNIVERSITY STUDENT IS STALKED BY AN OBSESSED GIRL WHO HAS DEADLY SUPERNATURAL POWERS. Cast includes: Christopher Egan (from “Letters to Juliet” with Amanda Seyfried and KINGS TV series) and Emma Lung (Entourage, Triangle, The Jammed) . Film directed by: John V. Soto and Jeff Gerritsen Written... [Read More]

Obama may have handed a bouncing cheque to India

obama Ed Luce, Washington bureau chief of The Financial Times, has said that US President Barack Obama’s endorsement of India’s candidacy for a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council was a “cheap price” he had to pay to appease New Delhi of its concerns over his... [Read More]

Facebook, Google, Twitter and Apple chiefs meet with President Obama dinner with Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and other tech titans sparks talk but not much information

obamazuckerberg Few details emerge from the ultimate power meal. And no details emerge about Steve Jobs health. Others in attendance were Larry Ellison, Carol Bartz, Eric Schmidt and John Doerr. business businessmainfront technology stocks apple google hewlett packard vc venture capital stock options,After... [Read More]

Michelle Obama wows in a $35 H&M dress on Shine

Michelle Obama Michelle Obama wows in a $35 H&M dress on Shine,Peter Kramer,First Lady Michelle Obama appeared on the “Today” show yesterday to talk to Matt Lauer about a number of issues, including President Obama’s job performance and the fact that he now has quit smoking. She... [Read More]