There’s more drama for the Obama family, as President Barack's half-brother, Roy Abong’o (Malik Obama), is standing for election in Kenya and dismissing allegations of wife beating as "a matter of interpretation." He had married 12 wives and accused of seducing young school girls.
In a bid to lessen the income disparity between South Dallas and North Dallas residents, City Hall is considering the likelihood of granting gas drilling permits to South Dallasites, as well as developing a new oil & gas economic zone for impoverished neighborhoods in the city.
An openly gay Chicago alderman, James Cappleman, and rising star of the Illinois Democratic Party, has just kicked out the Salvation Army from his district over fears the charity organization might attract more homeless people to live among his constituents.
BEIJING: As the world has been watching China's economic rise in the past three decades, few Westerners have noticed the country’s shift to EU and Japan-style economic reforms. Many assumed China was transforming into a capitalist nation with Chinese characteristics, but the reality is far different.
The Mainstream Media is expressing grave concerns that the GOP-controlled Congress will remain stubborn on sequester talks, which could distract President Barack Obama from pushing forward his Marxist agenda on Capitol Hill. The Leftist Reuters news agency is warning Americans about a slowdown of Socialist reforms in Washington D.C.
As the saying goes, "it takes a thief to catch a thief," but it’s even better when a reformed Chicago gangster fights the city's Obama Democrat Party Machine. This is a street fight worth watching.
Unfortunately, the GOP Establishment and Karl Rove appear reluctant to support ex-con Paul McKinley, who won the Republican nomination, to campaign for the House 2 Congressional seat in Chicago, which had been vacated by Jesse Jackson Jr.
Texas politicians are counter-attacking President Barack Obama EO (Executive Orders) mandates. A state legislator in Austin is proposing a tax-free day guns & ammo to celebrate Texas Independence Day on March 2.
BEIJING:Although pollution problems and traffic congestion have gotten worse in the big cities of China, the domestic SUV market is booming, and perhaps it could be due to major discounts for car buyers. The China Daily disclosed that "working class" Chinese consumers can purchase a brand new SUV for around "10,000 yuan," which is less than 1,500 US dollars.
President Barack Obama may have high popularity ratings with African-American voters, but the National Black Chamber of Commerce is warning its constituents that Obama is becoming a dangerous 'communist' nuisance.