If you buy a firearm or vote for Mitt Romney, you are ”the worst person in the world,” at least according to actor Seth Rogan.
[VIDEO] Comical video spoofs Publisher’s Clearing House by highlighting one family’s not-so-funny portion of the national debt
The Freedom Enterprise Alliance is highlighting the federal government’s reckless spending in a new video that spoofs the famous Publisher’s Clearing House Sweepstakes commercials. In the video, titled “You may already be a loser!” a typical all-American couple is surprised by a host, camera crew and large check written for the amount they owe the United States government.
Thanks to the immediate and widespread nature of social media, several senators and congressmen were able to instantly comment on the sad news that conservative leader Margaret Thatcher had died. “Transcendent” and “champion for freedom” were phrases used to describe the Iron Lady as politicians like Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Representative Niki Tsongas (D-Mass.) commemorated her passing.
Inherent in humans is a desire to be free and that’s exactly what a comprehensive new study has shown regarding the migration patterns of Americans within the United States. More and more Americans are moving to those Republican, “red” states that espouse more personal and economic freedom for individuals.
From Grandmaster Melle Mel and the Furious Five to Eminem, Nelly and Macklemore, talk show host Jimmy Fallon and pop star Justin Timberlake paid a tribute to the history of rap on NBC’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” last Friday. The nearly six minute song and dance featured the pair moving quickly and seamlessly through the past 30 years in what is their fourth installment of “The History of Rap.”
President Obama’s star power just got a big boost as wealthy billionaire Bill Gates recently claimed that on some days, he wished President Obama had “more power.”
Poor Michelle Obama – the first lady just couldn’t catch a break as she took to Twitter to answer questions about keeping kids healthy. Her snoozefest question and answer session about healthy eating and daily exercise was overrun with Twitter users bent on asking more pressing questions about foreign policy and the September 11 attack in Benghazi, Libya.