Everyone's familiar with countless people within in the mainstream media shilling for Obama. But watch as Piers Morgan (who typically supports Obama) calls out a producer of a "documentary" for putting out nothing short of a complete pro-Obama propaganda piece.
A marvelous thing happened over on Paul Krugman's blog at the New York Times last week. Krugman effectively conceded defeat on a range of economic debates. Who defeated him? People who posted comments on his New York Times blog. Mere commenters.
This is a short clip of President Obama being interviewed on the Tavis Smiley show. The comments were made jokingly but it is in fact it is the reality in which we find ourselves. Studies have shown that most roads without speed limits are as safe or safer than those with speed limit. So, speed limits are just another government revenue generation scheme, a hidden tax on the poor.
In a rare instance of bipartisanship, President Barack Obama's reckless $3.6 trillion budget for next year was defeated 414-0 late last night on the House Floor.
Republicans said Democrats were afraid to vote for Obama's proposed tax increases and extra spending for energy and welfare. Democrats said Republicans had forced a vote on a version of Obama's budget that contained only its numbers, not the policies he would use to achieve them.
After praising Obama's kill order on Sunni cleric, and US citizen, Anwar Al-Alawki as "a very good strike" and "justified," Dick Cheney wants Obama to apologize to him for his phony condemnations of Bush's torture regime.