Will Ferrel campaigns for Barack Obama in new ad “I will do anything to get your vote” The election day is getting closer and both candidates do everything in their power to get as many as votes they can but it is Barack Obama who gets the help of celebrities which is important especially for the […]
Katy Perry is keeping on supporting Obama. The pop idol is verbal of her support for Obama and she makes it sure that the crowds get her message too and what is a better way than to show them instead of telling them. Wearing a white latex frock made to look like a ballot with […]
Leave it up to Katy Perry to find a new way to endorse the president! Fashion Forward If you are voting for Barack Obama then Katy Perry makes perfect fashion sense. Latex Ballet Wearing a white latex frock made to look like a ballot with Obama/Biden marked off, Katy performed at a rally for […]
Snoop Dogg is no fan of Mitt Romney, he shared several reasons with the public via Instagram recently. Some Reasons Snoop Dogg Says Not To Vote Republican This Year Snoop Dogg reposted a “Why I’m Not Voting for Romney” list on his Instagram page … which is totally blowing up … and it includes […]
Bristol Palin has returned to Dancing With The Stars and sh’s showing off her new fit and trim look! Returning Along Side her Previous Partner Returning to the ballroom alongside her season 11 pro partner Mark Ballas, Palin wowed DWTS judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli with her cha cha, but also impressed with her slimmer waistline. […]
The federal government is looking to find a way to avoid spending 19 Million a Year on Numbers Generating Software that used to Only Cost 1 Million per year. The US Government is spending millions of dollars on a contract with Dun & Bradstreet, what they do is to run a […]
Michigan House Republicans prohibited state Rep. Lisa Brown (D) for, during a speech regarding healthcare and abortion using what they considered to be offensive language. What Brown actually said was “Finally, Mr. Speaker, I’m flattered that you’re all so interested in my vagina, but ‘no’ means ‘no’.” Regarding abortion laws. Republicans deemed the use f […]
With barely more than a month under her belt as a professional politician, Yingluck Shinawatra stood poised Monday to become Thailand’s first woman prime minister after her Pheu Thai party scored a resounding victory in Sunday’s national elections. Riding a well-oiled political machine and benefiting from the popularity of her brother, Thaksin Shinawatra, who was deposed as prime minister in a 2006 military coup, Yingluck and her party won an apparent majority in parliament according to unofficial election returns.
Cases before the House ethics committee are stacking up like planes at Washington’s National Airport, and so are the embarrassments for Congress.
It may have been the politician’s practiced habit of emotional concealment, but in his concession speech last night, the smiling outgoing Portuguese Prime Minister Jos Socrates hardly looked like a man distraught with defeat. Nor, for that matter, did his opponent, Paulo Passos Coelho, seem gleeful with triumph