If like me, you could not follow the presidential speech Live, just know that all the stress about “America” and even life, might disappear in the first minutes of this video. There are no words, for the awesomeness of what … Continue reading
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If losing the presidential election wasn’t enough, Mitt Romney has been hemorrhaging Facebook friends. People began unliking Romney’s official Facebook page soon after the election results came in last week. The Washington Post noticed the drop on Friday, when the GOP presidential candidate’s page … Continue reading
Romney 49%, Obama 48% in Gallup’s Final Election Survey. November 5, 2012 Princeton, New Jersey – President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are within one percentage point of each other in Gallup’s final pre-election survey of likely voters, … Continue reading
At the beginning of the demonstrations caused by the disgusting movie entitled “The Innocence of Muslims” (even Salman Rushdie called it “disgusting”, I must underline), I asked God in prayers “Please tell me. Who is Prophet Mohammed?”. And when I … Continue reading
President Obama condemns the “outrageous” killing of four US officials in Libya by gunmen protesting about an anti-Muslim film. Ambassador Christopher Stevens is said to be among four US officials killed in a protest over a US-produced film that is … Continue reading
Before DNC Part 3-Did God blow faith and prosperity power into Americans after Barack Obama speech, too?
According to CNN Online President Barack Obama will set specific goals for economic growth, energy development and deficit reduction in his speech on Thursday night that will conclude the Democratic National Convention, which nominated him for re-election. According to excerpts … Continue reading
DNC Part 2-President Bill Clinton speaking over President Barack Obama plan for success (Posted before the DNC)
Clinton to say Obama offers a better path forward for America President Barack Obama offers a better path forward for the country that will promote united values rather than the winner-takes-all mentality of Republicans, former President Bill Clinton will tell … Continue reading
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As the remnants of Hurricane Isaac moved east on Sunday, bringing with it a wet Labor Day holiday weekend, the storm’s impact was still being felt in Louisiana, where more than a hundred thousand people were still without power. Entergy, … Continue reading
Tropical Storm Isaac closed in on the U.S. Gulf Coast on Monday, triggering evacuation orders in some areas and disrupting offshore oil production as it threatened to make landfall between Florida and Louisiana as a full-blown hurricane. The wide, slow-moving … Continue reading
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U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong, who took a giant leap for mankind when he became the first person to walk on the moon, has died at the age of 82, his family said on Saturday. The family said in a statement … Continue reading
Senior Republicans on Monday pushed their candidate in the Missouri Senate race, congressman Todd Akin, to quit over his remarks about rape that distracted from the build up to the party’s nomination of Mitt Romney for U.S. president next week. … Continue reading
High voter turnout among African Americans helped get President Barack Obama elected in 2008 but a black rights group fears even a small drop in turnout in the November election might cause him to lose or struggle in several key … Continue reading
This is currently being reported still. A sharply divided Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the centerpiece of President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare overhaul law that requires that most Americans get insurance by 2014 or pay a financial penalty. “The Affordable … Continue reading
Firefighters struggled on Wednesday to beat back a wildfire raging at the edge of Colorado Springs that doubled in size overnight, forced more than 32,000 people from their homes and was nipping at the edges of the U.S. Air Force … Continue reading
President Barack Obama and Rep. Lynn Jenkins marked the Memorial Day weekend by paying tribute to American service members during their weekly addresses Saturday. “Memorial Day is more than a three-day weekend,” Obama said. “In town squares and national cemeteries, … Continue reading