Whenever President Barry Obama, narcissist-in-chief, travels outside the White House, he demands that Secret Service bring along 'special mirrors,' so that he can take a good look at himself constantly.
According to the New Zealand Herald, "US President Barack Obama will be spending the G20 summit in Brisbane in a luxury suite that costs NZ$2782 a night, while his host, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, will be bunking down in a relatively cheap $344-a-night hotel room."
Rev. Al Sharpton really believes that former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is "dead broke" and she deserves to fly in supersonic private jets, since she's allegedly "American Royalty." He contends that flying first class on Delta Airlines is just "too ghetto" for the Clinton family.
NewsBusters reports that, "Appearing on Al Sharpton's MSNBC show this evening, Witherspoon defended Hillary against ancriticizing her for expensive private-jet travel billed to the campaigns of candidates for whom she made appearances. Witherspoon generated this gem: "they're the Clintons. They're American royalty. I don't want to see them flying on domestic Delta flights in first class. I mean, they were flying on Air Force One for eight years. How do you go from that to not staying on private jets and kind of having like that luxurious travel experience?"
Here's the official list of the political and personal income differences between Hillary Clinton, the wife of former President Bill Clinton, and Jeb Bush, the brother of former President George W. Bush:
Russian President Vladimir Putin is more powerful than President Barry Obama, says Forbes magazine.
Ria Novosti reports that, "Russian President may appear to be more powerful than US President Barack Obama because of the differing levels of restrictions stipulated by the two countries' institutions of governance, political science experts told RIA Novosti Friday."
Militant Muslims have launched a Jihad Navy by deploying luxury cruise liners to carry radical Islamists to terrorist ports all over the world.
The BBC News reports that, "The international police body said some of those trying to join militant groups in Iraq and Syria had used cruise lines to get to countries including Turkey. It said checks to passenger lists should be extended from airlines to cruise operators before the issue became more of a problem."
Apparently, Hillary Clinton is preparing to open her Presidential campaign headquarters in the Wall Street-friendly confines of Westchester, N.Y.
According to Politico, "Hillary Clinton has yet to say for certain whether she’ll run for president, or for that matter, who her campaign manager or what her message would be. But this much she has settled on: If a second presidential campaign happens, it will not be run out of Washington, D.C."
House Minority Leader U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D.-Ca.) faces strong dissension from her fellow Congressional Democrats.
Politico reports that, "No Democrat is gearing up to challenge Nancy Pelosi in public, but behind the scenes some Democrats are saying it’s time for new blood at the leadership table ahead of 2016. Senior aides said they hope the party’s big losses Tuesday would encourage the minority leader to expand her network of allies and advisers to include a broader set of voices for crafting election messaging and congressional agendas."
Sen. Rand Paul (R.-Ky.) is giving speeches calling for more Asian-American Republicans to get involved with GOP politics.
Fox News reports that, "Senator Rand Paul in his speech to the Republican National Convention Wednesday night highlighted the personal stories of Southeast Asian immigrants, including the Taing family from Cambodia and Vietnamese brothers Hung and Thuan Trinh, who risked their lives to sail to America on a boat from Vietnam. He told us about the risk they took to flee their war-torn countries – a risk often unimaginable to many of us born in the United States – to find freedom, peace and opportunity in the country we call home."
The Mongolian Parliament impeaches Prime Minister Norov Altankhuyag over corruption and incompetence allegations.
According to the BBC News, "Mongolia's Prime Minister Norov Altankhuyag has been removed after MPs, including some from his party, voted to dismiss him. He had been accused of economic mismanagement, corruption and nepotism."
The Global Leftist Media is working overtime to put their spin on the Democrat Party mid-term elections massacre. Yahoo News insists that recent Democrat defeats would boost Hillary Clinton's White House ambitions. Yet, BBC went further off the deep end by arguing that Liberalism was the biggest winner.
The BBC News reports that, "While voters were sending Democratic candidates packing in key races across the country, they were also approving closely tied to liberal causes."