ABC’s The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg sees nothing wrong with the controversial Boston Herald cartoon depicting a White House intruder who asks President Barack Obama if he’s “tried the new watermelon-flavored toothpaste.”
InsideSources reports that a Secret Service agent leaked details of President Obama’s itinerary several days before. While sources involved in other presidential campaigns tell InsideSources that Secret Service detail assigned to each...Show More Summary
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) this week blasted President Barack Obama for sending troops to Africa to help fight an Ebola outbreak, and predicted that they would bring the disease back to infect American citizens. In an interview with Fox Business host Lou Dobbs, Gohmert explained that a series of...
Oh how I love hilarious ledes like this: Republicans will unveil a rebranding effort Thursday aimed at changing its image as a political party focused solely on obstructing President Barack Obama's agenda to instead a champion of ideas...Show More Summary
BOSTON (Reuters) - The Boston Herald has apologized for an editorial cartoon about the recent White House security breaches featuring U.S. President Barack Obama that made a watermelon reference. The cartoon, which appeared on Wednesday,...Show More Summary
Happy 90th Birthday, President Carter! Michelle and I send our best wishes to you and Rosalynn. -bo pic.twitter.com/Du99I0S524— The White House (@WhiteHouse) October 1, 2014 Last night President Obama congratulated former President Jimmy Carter on his 90th birthday. Show More Summary
The Secret Service might need a new name. According to the policy website InsideSources, an unnamed Secret Service agent shared several campaign itineraries, detailing the movements and whereabouts of President Obama, with campaign staff of Republican nominee Mitt Romney in late 2012. Read more...
President Obama learned about being on an elevator with an armed ex-convict only minutes before it became public Tuesday. That was the death knell for Secret Service head Julia Pierson. Ms. Pierson’s support in the West Wing began crumbling late Tuesday, in large part because she did not tell the White House of a security [...]
HONG KONG -- While student-led protests continue to paralyze Hong Kong, many in Washington -- including President Obama, who brought the issue up with Chinese officials Wednesday -- are watching closely. Read full article >>
Niall Horan loves President Barack Obama so much that he actually has a statue of the Commander in Chief in his back garden. No joke! Although it’s doubtful many people in the United States are willing to admit they own a statue of the...Show More Summary
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade on Thursday invited President George W. Bush to weigh in on the ISIS Islamic militants who had taken control over much of Iraq, and wanted to know why President Barack Obama had not also sought out his advice. During an interview to publicize the former...
[Content Note: Threats to the President's safety.]Following reports of several severe security lapses, Julia Pierson, Director of the US Secret Service, has resigned.Pierson stepped down just 18 months after President Barack Obama selected...Show More Summary
We agree it was beyond time Secret Service Director Julia Pierson take her “Ho Sit Down” Congressman Hakim Jeffries Calls Out Secret Service Failures Saying Jay Z Has Better Security Than Pres. Obama Via NY Daily News reports: Rep.
By forcing Americans to buy heir products, President Obama's signature Affordable Care Act is widely seen as a winning proposition for health insurance companies. Conscripted customers! What more could a well-connected business want?...Show More Summary
As U.S. forces return to Iraq to counter the surging al-Qaeda splinter group Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria, President Obama’s former Secretary of Defense and CIA chief recalls the White House debates that led to America’s departure from the country. Show More Summary
Fox & Friends cohost Brian Kilmeade asked former President George W Bush if wanted to go nyah-nyah-nyah-nyah-nyah on President Barack Obama over the decision to leave Iraq without a residual U.S. military force, which Bush recommended and which critics allege allowed ISIS to run wild. Bush declined.
Our sister site TVNewser recently looked at President Barack Obama’s approval ratings and the quarterly averages of primetime and total day ratings of FOX News Channel, CNN, and MSNBC during the same time period. President Obama had an approval rating of 64% in the first quarter of 2009, which has since fallen to a rating of 42%. Show More Summary
A former Romney campaign staffer is reporting that a tipsy US Secret Service agent leaked details of President Barack Obama's campaign schedule to the Romney campaign days in advance, a breach of security protocol. Shawn McCoy, the former Iowa communications director on the Romney campaign, described the new details in the publication Inside Sources. Show More Summary
Even in the cordial remarks before the meeting between President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, one could sense the tension between two very different visions of the Middle East. Recall just days ago Obama at the United Nations lectured the Jewish state, “The violence engulfing the region today has made too many Israelis […]
President Barack Obama would let the Middle East continue to suffer with chaos and conflict rather than see Israeli Jews move into apartments legally built or purchased in Jerusalem, in parts of the city that are never going to be part of a Palestinian capital under any peace agreement. Show More Summary