An ambitious 11-year-old Portland, Ore. girl was told by the city government that she couldn’t sell mistletoe on the city’s streets to help cover expenses for her braces – but that it was OK for her to instead beg for money.
Fresh on the heels of the news of the low Obamacare enrollment numbers released Monday, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney visibly struggled to explain to reporters why his boss had yet to enroll his family in the healthcare exchanges created through the Affordable Care Act.
The group of more than 50 sheriffs spearheading a lawsuit in protest of Colorado’s gun laws are no longer allowed to pursue their quest as elected officials, but must act in an individual capacity, a district judge ruled last week.
The Obama administration failed in pushing gun control legislation through Congress, but according to Allen West, the President isn’t abandoning a key aspect of his agenda just yet, as Obama is instead looking to the Environmental Protection Agency to limit the production of ammo, leading to an increase in price.
It’s Ron Burgundy as you’ve never seen him before — co-anchoring a real newscast in North Dakota and curling in Winnipeg.
Looks like the kinks aren’t completely out of the government’s shoddy Healthcare.gov website just yet, as a CNN reporter had the ‘updated’ Healthcare.gov website crash on her while trying to launch a demonstration on how to use the site.
The National Football League is stifling a pro-Second Amendment company by forbidding it from airing a commercial during the Super Bowl, though the ad shows not a single gun.
“30 Rock” actor – and former MSNBC host – Alec Baldwin has taken back his comments about Martin Bashir’s continued employment at the progressive news channel, tweeting Sunday that he’s glad Bashir ”is still on” the air.