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Obama's Africa trip will cost taxpayers $100 mln

  Published time: June 24, 2013 18:53                                                                            

U.S. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.(Reuters / Kevin Lamarque)

President Barack Obama’s trip to Africa is estimated to cost American taxpayers $100 million – a hefty travel expense that has sparked criticism as the federal government is dealing with its sequester-related budget cuts. 501 more words

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US calls on UN to bar drunken diplomats from budget negotiations

05   Mar    2013


The United States called for drunk diplomats to be barred from United Nations’ budget negotiations.

Annual talks on how much the global body spends have become increasingly tense as western nations call for spending cuts. 330 more words

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U.S. Hangs Citizen Out to Dry in a Cuban Prison


WASHINGTON (CN) – The United States and its contractor left a U.S. citizen to rot in a Cuban prison, failing to warn him that his U.S.-sponsored mission to distribute Internet equipment in Cuba is illegal, Alan Gross and his wife claim in court. 1,290 more words


Petraeus and Allen 'asked' Jill Kelley to wade into diplomatic row over Hulk Hogan sex tape husband's threat to deep fry a Koran

By James Nye

PUBLISHED:02:18 EST, 17  November 2012| UPDATED:09:13 EST, 17 November 2012

As far as degrees of separation go, it is  safe to assume that David Petraeus, the disgraced former director of the CIA  never in his life thought he would be connected with shock jock Bubba the Love  Sponge. 895 more words


Professor defends Stalin, socialism at student-organized debate

2:18 AM  11/14/2012

Zachary Snider

At an on-campus debate hosted by the libertarian Young Americans for Liberty,  professor Grover Furr of Montclair State University (MSU) declared that he has  not found a single crime committed by Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. 586 more words


Interior Secretary Ken Salazar ‘threatened to punch’ local reporter

By Eric W. Dolan Tuesday, November 13, 2012 18:53 EST

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar allegedly threatened to punch a reporter for the Colorado Springs Gazette on Election Day, one witness said. 226 more words


Kosovo Prime Minister owns Harem with 52 slaves

*Engineering Evil: Wow, I would really like double confirmation on this.

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

A Ukraining woman who managed to escape from what she called “World’s hell hole” gave an interview with details about Kosovo’s Prime Minister Hasim Thaci and his harem in which 52 slaves ‘worked’ day and night serving the prime minister as well as other politicians and businessmen. 234 more words

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