Two Russian strategic nuclear bombers entered the U.S. air defense zone near the Pacific coast on Wednesday and were met by U.S. interceptor jets, defense officials told the Free Beacon.
Safe to say most Washingtonians had never heard of a “derecho” before June 29, when one of these speedy and destructive windstorms ploughed through the capital, leaving behind dead bodies and battered homes and more than a million households without power. Exotic, vaguely menacing, and evoking senseless, abrupt calamity, “derecho” is an especially apt description of America in the age of Obama.
The Supreme Court’s controversial decision last week to uphold the constitutionality of Obamacare is re-igniting the debate over the president’s health care overhaul and public funding of abortions.
The British government’s foreign affairs department accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of expressing false concerns over Palestinian incitement as a means to delay the peace process, according to a confidential document recently leaked to The Commentator, a conservative British news site.
The town of Depoe Bay, Oregon has canceled its Independence Day fireworks show for the first time in almost two decades due to concern for the safety of protected sea birds.
President Obama and two of his senior advisers recently participated in a conference that was organized by an Arab-American group whose members and affiliates routinely condemn Israel, refer to its leaders as terrorists, and equate Zionism with racism.
A state representative accidentally pushed the wrong button and cast the deciding vote to legalize fracking in North Carolina.