On a tour of historic sites that may or may not signal the start of a presidential campaign, Sarah Palin continued to stir speculation by penciling in a meeting Tuesday evening with Donald Trump.
Fox News confirms that the former Alaska governor will meet with the real-estate-tycoon-turned-reality-TV-star at his personal residence and go out for dinner with him afterward. According to Trump special counsel Michael Cohen, Palin’s aides requested the New York meeting. (FoxNews.com)
Just when you thought no one could top John Edwards, the Terminator unveils a 10-year maidcapade that has dramatically increased Pepto-Bismol™ sales nationwide. While Edwards is a callous, despicable human being, Arnold Schwarzenegger is simply a mentally disturbed individual.
All of a sudden, Eliot Spitzer and Bill Clinton don’t seem quite as disgusting as they once did. After all, Clinton was merely a serial fondler and alleged rapist. And Spitzer’s biggest crime is that he’s such a creepy-looking guy, he probably tarnished the reputation of “Ashley Dupré,” his $1,000-an-hour prostitute. (PersonalLiberty.com)
Rep. Anthony Weiner reportedly has retained counsel after claiming that his Twitter account was hacked, allowing somebody to send a lewd photo under his name to a college student in Seattle.
Weiner told The New York Post that his office has “retained an attorney who is going to give us advice on this.” After reports first surfaced on the photo, Weiner spokesman Dave Arnold said the congressman’s accounts were “obviously hacked.” (FoxNews.com)
Today, all across the United States of America, we take time to honor our fallen soldiers.
We honor them because they chose to defend us, and they died in that defense. We honor them because they chose to serve, even if it was unpopular or dangerous. We honor them because their blood purchased our freedom.
Poets, philosophers and journalists often talk about the price of war, but only those who have served really understand the toll military service can take on a soldier and his or her family. Too many soldiers’ families know the true price of war firsthand. (PersonalLiberty.com)
An advocate for America’s fighting men and women says a document recently released by the White House illustrates that President Barack Obama cares more about the agenda of radical homosexuals than the welfare of American troops.
On May 24, the White House Office of Management and Budget released a “Statement of Administration Policy” on H.R. 1540, the National Defense Act for fiscal year 2012. While most of the document deals with the administration’s position on weapon procurement and policies like the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START), buried within it are two administration objections regarding homosexuality. (OneNewsNow.com)