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Obama to attend memorial events in honour of Mandela

Source: Politics Balla | Dec 6 2013, 7:10pm CST | by IANS

Washington, Dec 7 (IANS) US President Barack Obama will fly to South Africa next week to attend the memorial events to be held in honour of Nelson Mandela, the White House said Friday.
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EDITORIAL: Michelle Obama's fried-chicken Democrats

Nov 4 2014 6:44pm CST | Source: washingtontimes

Democrats take the black vote for granted, and it's more obvious than ever. Republicans have an opportunity now to regain the trust of black voters the party once had. Michelle Obama entreated a black audience on Monday to get to the polling station and vote for an ...
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Nationwide suspense in battle for Senate

Nov 4 2014 5:06pm CST | Source: WND

United States Senate (Editor’s note: This page will be updated with results of the Senate elections as they come in.) WASHINGTON – Tuesday’s election drama is centered around the U.S. Senate, which has been a Democrat stronghold for President Obama since the party lost control of the House in 2010. If the GOP wants to roll back what it regards as Obama’s attempt to fundamentally transform America, the party must retake power: the Senat ...
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Lesbian couple asked to desist in London restaurant
London, Dec 4 (IANS) A lesbian couple in a London restaurant was asked to desist by a staff member, who asked them to "stop what you are doing".
 
 

Michelle O exhorts black voters to back Dems

Nov 4 2014 1:41pm CST | Source: WND

(WASHINGTON TIMES) First lady Michelle Obama told a television audience composed of mostly black watchers that voting Democrat was really the right thing to do — the only thing to do. “That’s my message to voters,” she said, to “NewsOne Now” host Roland Martin on TV One. “This isn’t about Barack. It’s not about the person on the ballot — it’s about you. And for most of the people that we’re talking to, a Democratic ticket is the clear ticket that we should be v ...
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FLOTUS Tells Black Voters to Celebrate With 'Fried Chicken' After Voting

Nov 4 2014 1:22pm CST | Source: Big Government

Monday on Roland Martins radio version of “News One Daily,” Martin played the full audio of his interview with first lady Michelle Obama in which after telling African-Americans to vote straight-Democrat no mater who is on the ballot she then gives everyone who votes permission to eat fried chicken. When Martin asked , “So can we, if we go out to the polls, can we, say, we have a souls to polls on Sunday, can we do soul food after we vote?" Mrs. Obama ...
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Local Ballot Measures to Watch

Nov 4 2014 8:14am CST | Source: Big Government

While apathy has set in across the Golden State this Election Day, at least in statewide contests, several local ballot initiatives have excited voters in several California communities in particular. Here are ones to watch: Measure L, Sacramento: Mayor Kevin Johnson has long been seeking to shift the city to a "strong mayor" model of governance. The controversial measure has led to strong opposition and is criticized as a power grab. Measure E, San Francisco: F ...
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Minimum wages vs. maximum wages

Nov 3 2014 6:24pm CST | Source: WND

Progressives have such low expectations of people – especially Americans. They believe that the average person wouldn’t be able to feed himself and his family without federal subsidies, food stamps and a menu dreamed up by Michelle Obama. I thought about this after following a link to a story in the Pittsburgh Courier headlined, “Raising minimum wages wound be benefit economy.” “Raising minimum wage wound be benefit economy”? What does that mean? ...
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The Final Report: Mike Honda vs. Ro Khanna

Nov 3 2014 3:10pm CST | Source: Big Government

The twisted and highly contentious battle between incumbent Rep. Mike Honda and his opponent Ro Khanna for control over California's 17th congressional district has entered the final day before the midterm election.  Both men have gotten down and dirty in their attacks on each other, with Honda receiving help from more traditional Democratic players, such as unions, including an endorsement from President Barack Obama. Ro Khanna, a former Obama commerce staffer, got the backi ...
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FLOTUS: No Matter Who's on the Ballot, Our Community Should Always Vote for Dem Ticket

Nov 3 2014 2:35pm CST | Source: Big Government

Monday on TV One, a cable channel who's programming is geared for African-American adults, first lady Michelle Obama told Roland Martin the candidate on the ballot and what they say or do should not matter to African-Americans because voting for a straight Democratic ticket best serves their communities. The first lady said, "Thats my message to voters, this isn't about Barack, It's not about person on that ballot ...
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