After President Obama announced a possible Federal Government Shutdown earlier today, a lot of people have been in a panic because it sounds terrifying. Well, we’re here to give you a little insight into what a “Government Shutdown” really means. Click below to find out.
Unlike the majority of the anchors that appear on FOX News when it comes to Barack Obama, Samuel L. Jackson had a thing or two to mention about our president’s grammar. Hit the jump to see his exact words.
What is wrong with this girl? As if Anthony Weiner hasn’t been shamed enough for sexting, the girl who outed him continues to show up at every turn to make his life miserable. Sydney Leathers showed up Tuesday night to Anthony Weiner’s election party as NYC awaits results of the September 10th primary. Saying he should have dropped out a long time ago and well as “it was my duty to be here”, Sydney wants to make sure she’s seen, essentially stretching out her 15 minutes of fame to 17 minutes. This girl will not drop it! She says she has a lot to say to him. Get over it, Sydney. Wasn’t it enough? Can you get rid of yourself now? Your sex tape isn’t even entertaining. Sit down. Check out the Vine of Sydney after the jump.
When an interviewer asks “What’s wrong with you?” then you have a major problem. Anthony Weiner is hanging on to the final days of the mayoral race, and you can tell the competition has been wearing on him. Lawrence O’Donnell criticized Anthony Weiner and came down on him for “hustling.” To be fair, you can’t blame Weiner for being a hustler; he’s a politician! Regardless of who you chose, don’t forget to vote! Check out the interview after the jump.
These guys are cutthroat – that’s a politician for you! NYC, today is the primary voting day, so go out and vote for your COMPTROLLER. They control the money, decided where the money goes, and it’s all money from the tax-payers (that means YOU) so, get the guy you want in. Hit the jump and check out Eliot Spitzer and Scott Stringer talk to Hot 97’s Morning Show on their view-points.
When the Brazilian government announced they were raising the fare for public transportation by 20 cents, the Free Pass Movement, a small but strong set of protestors used their constitutional rights to protest. What started out as one act that eventually turned into seven acts with thousands of people taking to the streets became a protest that the government could not ignore. The city of Sao Paulo tried to stop the movement with police force, but after social media spread images and videos of police brutality, the media could not ignore it anymore. If you want to see some real protest and citizenship over injustice, watch this. In a 2 part series documenting the seven acts of protest, check out this amazing video after the jump.
When Bloomberg has a point to make, the mayor of NYC intends on being heard, no matter how many times you try to shut him down. Although many can agree he’s done quite a bit to make the city better, he’s also been stubborn about a few other things, including the soda ban and Stop & Frisk. A judged ruled Stop & Frisk to be unconstitutional and required that the program have a lawyer oversee the controversial program. Bloomberg has made public statements that he believes minorities should be stopped more, and he has completely attributed Stop & Frisk to the decrease of violence in NYC. Find out what he’s suing City Council for after the jump.
Well… in response to the recent, tragic events in Syria, hopefully by now you’ve read about what Sec. of State, John Kerry had to say. In light of his research, and apparent outspoken behavior regarding Bashar al-Asaad’s chemical attacks towards his own people, pictures from a dinner in 2009 with Kerry and Assad, both with their wives, have recently surfaced. According to reports, Kerry had the sit-down with Assad with hopes of bringing peace to the region. From the recent mass genocide similar to the likes of Saddam Hussein and Adolf Hitler, it’s pretty obvious that the talk didn’t go as planned. Hit the jump and check out the pics.
United States Secretary of State John Kerry is calling Syria’s President Bashar Assad out for not only being a “thug” and a “murderer,” but also for being the culprit whom “no doubt” carried out the chemical attack against his own people.
Politicians have long tried a number of tactics to get people to vote for them; sometimes, it’s through social media, and sometimes it’s in free gift bag swag. The sorority girls of the University of Alabama got a better deal than most. Hit the jump to find out what they were offered.