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Obama Offers Reporters Ice Cream, Asks 'Is that Unethical?'

Obama says he's frustrated with the media that have protected and promoted him since 2006. So, while in Minnesota, he offered to buy ice cream for the traveling press corps and joked about trying to bribe them. Jun 28, 2014 10:28 AM PT

White House Report Admits 'Corrosive Culture' at Veterans Affairs

The Department of Veterans Affairs has been taking heavy criticism from all corners of the country, and now even the White House is piling on, calling for an overhaul of the agency. In a new White House report, the VA is accused of having a "corrosive culture" that led to neglect for our most vulnerable veterans. Jun 28, 2014 6:41 AM PT

The Illegal Alien Who Owes $22 Million in Back Taxes

Immigrant Lee Ang is living the American dream, having become a successful stock trader in the U.S.A. and making millions since the 1990s. Unfortunately, he never became a legal citizen, and now the IRS is charging him with $22 million in back taxes. Yet the government still hasn't begun the deportation process. Jun 27, 2014 1:28 PM PT

Prosecutor Admits Gov. Scott Walker Not a Target

After the media establishment breathlessly "reported" last week that Wisconsin's Republican Governor Scott Walker was being accused of a "criminal" conspiracy over campaign finance violations, now the prosecutor involved is admitting that no one is charging Walker with anything. In fact, he isn't looking to charge anyone else with anything, either. Jun 26, 2014 8:12 PM PT

The Environmental Protection Agency Also Claims Lost Emails

As a House Oversight Committee met to look into what steps the Environmental Protection Agency took in relation to a gold and copper mine in Alaska, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy had to admit that some of the information and the emails they are seeking were "lost" in another of the Obama administration's many "hard drive crashes." Jun 26, 2014 7:15 AM PT

Obama to Meet Minnesota Woman and 'Spend a Day in Her Shoes'

During his upcoming trip to Minnesota, President Obama has scheduled a day with a woman who wrote him a letter about the economic challenges she faces each day. When he meets her this week, the White House says he plans to "spend a day in her shoes" to learn of her struggles. Jun 26, 2014 6:27 AM PT

Obama's EPA Pleads with Employees to Stop Pooping in Hallways

America certainly has been having problems with the EPA's employees, but it seems the EPA itself has been having a few problems with its employees, too. In one case it's been so bad that the EPA has had to issue a directive to warn employees to stop pooping in the hallways at work. Jun 25, 2014 3:14 PM PT

Bill Clinton: We Really Were 'Dead Broke'

In a new interview with NBC, former President Bill Clinton has now joined wife Hillary Clinton in claiming that they were "dead broke" when they left the White House in 2001. he also says his wife is "not out of touch" over her claims that they aren't really rich even today despite having amassed an $100 million fortune. Jun 25, 2014 6:32 AM PT


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