In this episode of the Truth Serum: Obama derided by Gingrich for his comments on Trayvon Martin’s tragic death. Sarkozy says there are too many foreigners in France, Marine Le Pen goes even further. Minorities across the globe feel the brunt of the election year posturing. Discriminated against minorities in Egypt, Pakistan, India and Saudi Arabia. The Silent majority lets the extremists speak for them. J Street presents a courageous model and a shining example of what the Silent Majority should be doing.
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In this episode of the Truth Serum: Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has a double digit lead in polls in three of the four nominating States in a run up to the GOP primaries. In a matter of a few months he has reinvigorated a campaign that lay in tatters in June 2011. We take a look at his stance on foreign policy matters, on ethics on family and personal values. Does a hypocritical pattern emerge? You be the judge.
With news that Herman Cain has suspended his campaign amid affair allegations, we figured it was time to round up some of the best parodies poking fun at the business man.
Things have not been good lately for the one-time front-runner in the Republican presidential race, who faced sexual harassment allegations from several women before 46-year-old Ginger White came forward last Monday claiming her and Cain had carried on a 13-year relationship.
GOP presidential contender Herman Cain is under the spotlight all over again! Seems like Cain just cannot stay without falling in trouble! Can he? With all his gaffes and sex allegations, Cain was on CNN today defending against yet another charge of an inappropriate relationship with a woman other than his wife, this time an alleged 13-year affair with a woman whom Cain said “is an acquaintance who I thought was a friend.” But also during the interview, host Wolf Blitzer questioned Cain regarding Herman Cain’s Libya Gaffe.
This gaffe took place during an interview with Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, when he was questioned about where he stands on Libya. Cain claimed the Sentinel “pulled out 40 seconds” from his answer (it was actually 5 minutes and not 40 seconds) and conceded the incident was “embarrassing.”
If this oops moment of Herman Cain does not spoil his presidential campaign, then we really don’t know what would. With sexual harassment allegations against him already as well as the controversial campaign ad, Herman Cain took it one step ahead. He clearly made people re-think his abilities as a presidential candidate.
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At Tuesday night’s GOP debate in Las Vegas, the audience rebuked Texas governor Rick Perry when he got testy with the moderator, popular CNN host Anderson Cooper. “Governor Perry, the 14th Amendment allows anybody — a child of illegal immigrants who is born here is automatically an American citizen,” Cooper asked Perry. “Should that change?”
Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain is known for a lot of things – for example his 999 plan, electrified border fence, anyone? Or being absolutely clueless about the neoconservative movement, which the Republicans have been embroiled in debate for a decade. But anyway anecdotes aside, here Cain amuses us with his singing chops with a little song set to the tune of John Lennon’s Imagine, with full choir backing! The guy sure loves pizza – along with other junk food.
In case you need a refresher, the Oscar-winning actor appeared on Piers Morgan Tonight on Friday and called the Tea Party “a racist thing” for attempting to boot President Barack Obama from office.
Morgan Freeman, Best Supporting Actor Academy Award winner for Million Dollar Baby, accused the Tea Party of being racist while denying that he had provided narration for a Tea Party-backed ad pushing North Carolina Republican candidate B. J. Lawson in November 2010.
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Perry’s thoughts about the Federal Reserve have made the rounds the past few days as the Texas Governor is learning the impact of his words. Perry originally said if the reserve printed more U.S. dollars before the 2012 election it would be “treasonous” specifically calling out the Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke. MORE