This is hilarious! Casey Gane-McCalla, from News One writes “I’ve always wondered where all the anti-Obama propaganda is from and how is spreads so quickly. Now we know.”

President Obama is being criticized by the way he bowed to Japan’s Emperor Akihito. Supporters argue, Obama’s bow was an attempt to be culturally appropriate; while critics say it was an embarrassment, and he dishonored the service and sacrifice of Americans who fought against Japan during World War II. Now granted, Emperor Akihito is the […]

What determines the power of a man? When comprising a list of the Most Powerful People, Forbes staff members were faced with many potential candidates, the good, the bad, and the ugly. Many of the nations political figures, business men and women, spiritual leaders, and criminals were reviewed. Their public influence, financial status, active use […]

Harold S. Martin writes… The capital punishment debate continues. When dealing with the issue, the media often focuses on cases involving heinous crimes, and as a result, the debates can be very emotional. Humanitarians of (or of no faith) argue that capital punishment has no place in an enlightened society. They say that it […]

Winfrey Takes Winans Off Her Show Date: Thursday, November 5, 2009 NEW YORK (AP) — Oprah Winfrey says she’s keeping singer BeBe Winans off her show until domestic violence charges against him are resolved.  The gospel singer had taped appearances on Winfrey’s “karaoke challenge” and was on last Friday. Following the show, some bloggers questioned […]

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Turns out Mom was right yet again. You can scare yourself to death, although not necessarily by watching Halloween horror movies. Dr. Martin A. Samuels, who studies the sudden death phenomenon, says some people do have the potential to suddenly drop dead from fright. “It’s a relatively uncommon thing, but it does happen,” says Samuels, […]

New novel “Nairobi to Shenzhen” is patterned in part on Barack Obama Sr. GUANGZHOU, China – President Barack Obama’s half brother has broken his media silence to discuss his new novel — the semi-autobiographical story of an abusive parent patterned on their late father, the mostly absent figure Obama wrote about in his own memoir. […]

CHICAGO — Nearly half of all U.S. children and 90 percent of black youngsters will be on food stamps at some point during childhood, and fallout from the current recession could push those numbers even higher, researchers say. The estimate comes from an analysis of 30 years of national data, and it bolsters other recent […]

Oprah, Denzel on List of White House Visitors Date: Monday, November 2, 2009 Celebs Oprah Winfrey and Denzel Washington were among the mix of prominent Democratic fundraisers, and heavyweights from the financial services and high-tech industries who have visited the White House since Barack Obama took office in January.  Winfrey, who campaigned for Obama, interviewed […]