To find out what the rest of the world thinks about America and the Obama Regime, it is always a good idea to check foreign newspapers. I found this tidbit on the English version of Pravda. (That is the Russian state owned newspaper).
Should a local Toledo talk show host use a police investigation to promote his career? Nance Grace radio host interview:
When Senator Barack Obama announced his support for strengthening the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to include more opportunities for the government to monitor our lives, it was a preview of things to come. Little did we know that when he declared he would have the most transparent presidency in history he was talking about our activities--not his.
"It was a Sunday night when George Grier went to his car only
to find 5 gang members of the dreaded "MS13" in front of his
house, allegedly ready to invade his Uniondale, NY home.
He quickly ran into his home, told his wife to call the
police, and grabbed a legally-owned AK-47 to confront the
gang members, telling them to leave.
I was listening to a local radio station today. The disc jockey was telling about a cat that fell out of a tree, and apparently got hurt real bad. It sounds like the cat will recover, too. Well, a caller asked the guy if he thought that faith played a part in the cats' recovery. At that point, the jerk on the microphone unloaded a tirade on the caller, and then hung up on him.
Veddy eenteresting (to quote Boris Badenov)
Apparently not EVERY internet site or provider shares your personal info with Big Bama.
He is entirely correct in this article:
A nationally syndicated radio host is describing the situation in the United States as the Titanic sinking in order to sell gold coins for his advertisers. It seems that fear sells gold and this host is trying to scare people into buying gold because "he does". There is no mention of the fluctuating gold price of course just that he does and so should you. You can listen to it here.
According to the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, a soldier was "investigated, threated with judicial action and given a bad efficiency report" for serving Chick-fil-A at a party to celebrate his promotion to master sergeant.