U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, a former Republican senator of Nebraska, is fighting against so-called militant jihadists in the U.S. Armed Forces. Accordingly, he has officially declared Southern Baptists as "hostile" enemies of the state, while refraining from criticisms against radical Islam.
The suspected Boston Marathon bombers had apparently enjoyed many things in their lives: Living on welfare checks while on the CIA's terrorists list; learning to make bombs on al-Qaeda Websites; and listening to the latest conspiracy theories hatched by radio shock jock, Alex Jones.
London professors of the far-Left London School of Economics stand in favor of North Korea's censorship policies and raising hackles against BBC reporters filming undercover documentaries in Pyongyang.
President Barack Obama faced a crisis during the sequester, $85 billion in federal budget cuts. Should he spend millions of taxpapyers' dollars on playing golf, or fund the domestic bombing prevention program? Apparently, he considered his golf game more important.
Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber disappointed Jewish beliebers when he visited the Anne Frank Museum and said, "truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber."
London banking giant, HSBC, faced a US federal government investigation for laundering over $800 million for Mexican drug cartels and global terrorists. The bank admitted its guilt in return for a plea bargain for its executives.
As conspiracy theorist radio shock jock Alex Jones, loves to ask, "whose paranoid are you?," Texas Attorney General gave a speech in Waco and claimed that registered Democrat Party voters in Texas are more dangerous than North Korean dictator (leader) Kim Jong Un.
The 'Austin Machine' Bosses - Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, and House Speaker Joe Strauss - have used millions of Texans taxpayers' hard-earned cash to fund bankrupt companies in the Emerging Technology Fund.