CHRISTINA Aguilera has a new breast friend in US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. While the pop star’s eyes wandered off, former president Bill’s missus seized the chance to sneak a quick peak at Christina’s famous assets. And judging by the broad smile splashed on her face, Hillary liked what she saw. The singer was honoured for her work against global hunger at a ceremony hosted by Hillary at the Department of State in Washington D.C. The former First Lady heaped praise on the chart-topper during a closing speech at the event
Comments: Cut me a break. The Turks are Syrians are shooting at each other, her boss is getting his butt kicked in the debate, the Benghazi scandal/cover-up needs to be dealt with ASAP and what is Madam doing? She's attending some PC awards dinner for some vapid has-been bimbo and oogling her boobs. These people need to go.
The question is: How can this be used to get her registered as a sex offender? The chances for conviction on securities fraud, bribery, conspiracy to murder, withholding evidence, espionage, and treason seem to have faded.
scottyboy I think I love you, that is the funniest picture ever !!! I hope it goes around the world. Hillary deserves ridicule & scorn for her behavior as sos. Laugh her off the stage & send the rest of the Washington crowd with her.
A military judge says two servicemembers cannot be punitively discharged -- even if found guilty -- because of "unlawful command influence" reflected in comments by President Obama. Citing court documents, Stars and Stripes reports that "Navy Judge Cmdr. Marcus Fulton ruled during pretrial hearings in two sexual assault cases -- U.S. v. Johnson and U.S. v. Fuentes -- that comments made by Obama as commander in chief would unduly influence any potential sentencing." Attorneys for the defendants cited these May 7 comments by Obama on sexual assault in the military: "The bottom line is: I have no tolerance for this. ... I expect
The United States is considering calling off a major military exercise with the Egypt after Egyptian security forces killed scores of protesters on Wednesday, U.S. officials said. The bloodshed appears to have forced U.S. President Barack Obama´s administration to consider adopting a more muscular stance toward the Egyptian military, which toppled Mohamed Mursi, Egypt´s first freely elected president, on July 3.(snip)Asked why the exercise had not already been called off, the official said, "Everyone was hoping that things would improve." In another setback for U.S. policy, Egypt´s army-backed rulers declared a one-month state of emergency, restoring to the military the unfettered
The death toll in Egypt reaches 150 after the toppling of a Muslim Brotherhood flunky as president. Blood is on the hands of a U.S. president who undermined a key ally. It was as if a self-satisfied President Obama told the Egyptians: "Behold, I will strike with the rod that is in my hand the water of the river, and it shall be turned into blood." Obama went to Cairo his first summer as president with a kind of Moses complex, promising miracles, "a new beginning" in Muslim relations based on America apologizing for "crimes" such as saving Iran from Marxism-Leninism in
A conservative Texas lawmaker is inviting a rodeo clown banned from the Missouri state fair to perform in the Lone Star State instead. Rep. Steve Stockman (R-Tex.) says that the unidentified rodeo clown and his colleagues have been unfairly targeted by liberals “to create a climate of fear.” He invited them to come perform at a fair in his southeastern Texas district instead. “Liberals want to bronco bust dissent. But Texans value speech, even if its speech they don’t agree with,” Stockman said in a statement issued by his office Wednesday. “From Molly Ivins to Louie Gohmert and every opinion
Outraged over the Egyptian government’s crackdown today on Islamist protesters, local Muslims are planning to rally tonight outside the Henry Ford Centennial Library in Dearborn. And they’re concerned about a Dearborn man, Mohamed Soltan, who said via social media that he was shot in his arm by Egyptian security forces. “Democracy is being stripped away” in Egypt, said Suhaib Al-Hanooti, of Dearborn. “It’s not a pro-Morsi rally, it’s a pro-democracy rally, it’s an anti-coup rally…What the Egyptians fought hard for is being stripped away from them.” Shereef Akeel, a Troy attorney of
WASHINGTON — Six months after leaving her post as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton is jumping back into the public sphere. At the American Bar Association Conference today, Clinton announced a series of speeches to address high profile public policy issues including voting rights, which she addressed today. Next month in Philadelphia she plans to deliver remarks on the balance transparency in national security policies. A third speech will focus on the impact of U.S. national security policies on its reputation abroad. Devoting her first speech to what she called the “assault on voting rights,”
EDGARTOWN, Mass. -- President Barack Obama will spend the latter part of next week riding a bus through two Northeastern states to talk about the economy and building the middle class. The White House says the president will make stops next Thursday and Friday in New York and Pennsylvania. Further details were not released. Obama last month began a series of speeches around the country on his ideas for how to build the middle class and boost the economy. The trips have taken him to Illinois, Missouri, Florida, Tennessee and Arizona
A GOP super PAC wants its backers to “slap” Hillary Clinton in an online game, and Democrats are calling on the Republican National Committee to condemn the group’s campaign. The Hillary Project, one among a handful of anti-Hillary Clinton PACs and super PACs to crop up this year, has launched an online game encouraging visitors to “slap” an image of Clinton across the face. Buttons allow visitors to play audio of Clinton speaking, then slap her mid-stream. The game mimics a “Slap Palin” game launched by a fringe group in 2008 and aimed at then-vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
Earlier this summer, prominent Democrats, including Nancy Pelosi, announced plans to run on a pro-Obamacare platform for the 2014 elections. Over the weekend, Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn reconfirmed those plans. The House assistant Democratic leader said on Sunday that his party will campaign on President Obama’s controversial healthcare law in 2014. “We will be running on ObamaCare in 2014,” Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) said during an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “In fact, we set it up to run on it in 2014,” he continued.
“YOU’RE A BACK STABBER!” That’s what sources say Hillary Clinton accused her old love rival Barbra Streisand of being while in a fury over a salacious TV mini-series that threatens to blow the lid off her embarrassing marriage secrets.The former secretary of state fears the miniseries could destroy her run for the White House in 2016. Now she’s blaming the legendary singer for not stepping in after learning that former daughter-in-law Diane Lane would play Hillary in the multimillion-dollar production. “Hillary was in a rage with Barbra,” said a source. (snip)Sources say Hillary will do whatever it takes
Put out the lawn chair, set the alarm and maybe bring something to wet your whistle while you gaze into the nighttime sky — the year´s best shooting star show has started. August´s annual Perseids meteor shower peaks Sunday and Monday, promising perhaps 70 meteors an hour those evenings. "The Perseids are the good ones," says meteorite expert Bill Cooke of NASA´s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. The Perseids take their name from their apparent origin in the constellation Perseus, the hero of ancient Greek myth born from a shower
It’s August 2013. What better time to talk about 2016? At this point, Hillary Rodham Clinton has been awarded the Democratic nomination virtually by default and declared the clear favorite to win the general election against her as yet unknown Republican opponent. That’s an overstatement, of course, but just barely. Make no mistake. The former secretary of state, former senator from New York and former first lady is in a commanding position at this very early stage. She stands far above all the others in her party who might seek its nomination.
Faces of Evil - that was the headline of the Australian Herald Sun when reporting the depraved murder of Aussie Christopher Lane. It is instructive to carry that theme further with a few more faces. (snip)There is an explosion of black mob violence. If you doubt that, read "White Girl Bleed A Lot" by Colin Flaherty. Across the country, degenerate people are violently attacking strangers in "the knockout game" ... just for ´fun´. Flash mobs swarm stores to plunder and pillage. They are eliminating the government middle-man and taking what they want directly.
In a statement released this morning, Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham call for the U.S. to "take limited military actions in Syria." “Recent reports and information from Syria lend additional credibility to what has been clear since last week: Assad and his forces have once again used chemical weapons against civilians in Syria and are, in fact, escalating their use. Their recent massacre of hundreds of men, women, and children around Damascus clearly constitutes the commission of a war crime, and it is the responsibility of civilized nations everywhere to ensure that those responsible are held accountable," the statement reads. “Now
On This Week With George Stephanopoulos Sunday morning, Cokie Roberts attacked the GOP’s recent slew of legislation increasing voting restrictions as “downright evil,” and argued that it threatened to undue the progress made since the civil rights movement. “Having grown up in the deep south in the era of Jim Crow, the difference is dramatic,” Roberts said. “The fact that Andy Young was Mayor of Atlanta and John Lewis is a member of Congress from Georgia, is a great testament to the fact that when you do something like pass a voting rights bill, that it makes a difference.
WEST MELBOURNE -- Investigators say a Brevard County pizza delivery man took action into his own hands -- shooting and killing a would-be robber. Investigators said Byron Park, a Domino´s employee, had just delivered a pizza to one of the rooms at the Days Inn off US-192 near Interstate 95. Park, 54, went back to his car, sat down and starting counting his money and tip, waiting for his next call for a delivery. That’s when investigators said 32-year-old Fredrick Kelly Jr. approached him with a knife, demanding money and threatening to kill him. Park pulled out his firearm and fired once toward Kelly,
"If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan." — President Obama, Aug. 11, 2009 So said President Obama again and again through 2009 and 2010 as he sold Obamacare to the country. He promised. He put his personal integrity on the line. His word. How many UPS employees voted for the president in 2008 and again in 2012? Because on Friday, UPS announced it was dumping 15,000 spouses of UPS employees from their UPS health plans despite the president´s many, many promises to the contrary.
The Obama administration hardened its stance against Syria´s regime and stepped up preparations for possible military action, saying it believed Damascus used chemical weapons in an offensive last week and rebuffing its offer to let United Nations officials inspect the affected areas. The White House, in statements issued by senior officials, signaled it wasn´t backing away from a showdown with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad despite apparent efforts by Damascus to ease tensions by letting U.N. inspectors visit areas near Damascus that were allegedly hit with chemical weapons. In recent days, the Pentagon has moved more warships into place in the eastern Mediterranean
The day after thousands rallied to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington, the National Mall looks like a trash dump. The grass from the Lincoln Memorial to the World War II Memorial is covered Sunday with empty soda cans, water bottles, boxed lunches, newspapers, a broken chair and rally signs. The Reflecting Pool also was filled with trash. Although the trash cans were full along the expanse, the attendees did not attempt to leave their garbage near the bins. Instead, they left everything on the grass where they stood. On Saturday, prominent Democrats such as Attorney General
There they crouch. The words "cat" and "courage" lurking in the same sentence. As an American man, I understand how I´m supposed to react. "Cats?" I should object. "Give me a good mud-loving hound any day." Despising felines—or pretending to—is a sex-role rule for us males as powerful as pulling on pants. Buddies of mine complain on and on about the fact that cats don´t "come when called." Some friends insist that they´re arrogant—measurably more so than we men. Above all, there is the threatening realization that women obviously seem to enjoy cats to emotional and cerebral depths that we guys don´t
BEIRUT, Lebanon — Thousands of sick and dying Syrians had flooded the hospitals in the Damascus suburbs before dawn, hours after the first rockets landed, their bodies convulsing and mouths foaming. Their vision was blurry and many could not breathe. Overwhelmed doctors worked frantically, jabbing their patients with injections of their only antidote, atropine, hoping to beat back the assault on the nervous system waged by suspected chemical agents. In just a few hours, as the patients poured in, the atropine ran out. To avoid contamination, medics stripped new arrivals down to their underwear and doused them with water before taking
The 88-year-old World War II veteran who was randomly beaten to death Wednesday likely died because he tried to fend off his attackers. Two teenage boys are charged in the bloody beating of Delbert Belton outside a Spokane, Washington ice skating rink and investigators are now suggesting the soldier—who took a bullet in the Battle of Okinawa—tried to stop the apparent robbery. Police say that enraged the teens and turned their petty theft into full-blown murder as they continued to beat him into submission with ‘big, heavy flashlights.’ ‘Our information is that the individual fought back and that may have made this, you
After years of U.S. ?inaction and denial, Secretary of State John Kerry is now leading the Obama administration’s charge against Syria but faces a ?political minefield, including opposition from voters and potential GOP presidential contenders. Kerry’s ominous words could mean a military strike soon against Syria, a risky gamble because most Americans appear opposed to another U.S. intervention, while many Republicans are likely to seize on the issue to portray Kerry and Obama as weak and slow-footed in dealing with President Bashar Assad. Whatever the president decides to do, he will be pilloried by his opponents and even some liberal
Upon the anniversary of the March on Washington, John Lewis spoke to Meet the Press’ David Gregory about the legacy of the civil rights movement Sunday morning, encouraging America to embrace, not fear, the shifting demographics of the electorate that would put minorities in a place of political power. “I think some forces want to create this sense of fear,” Lewis said. “They think that the country is moving too fast, or maybe becoming too progressive. The country’s not the same country. People are coming together. And in a short time, the minority will be the majority.” Lewis is the