Current TV host Jennifer Granholm gave perhaps the most most memorable speech at the Democratic National Convention, as the former Michigan governor shouted about the auto bailout and fist pumped to a “USA” cheer.
White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett was profiled earlier this week in the New York Times, where the heir to a Chicago real-estate fortune is described as “the single most influential person in the Obama White House.” Sources revealed she has been dubbed “the Night Stalker” by White House staffers. Jarrett’s penchant for following President Obama from the West Wing to the residence earned her the title, according to the Times.
President Obama said last night that he has refocused on dangerous terrorists, but it took a Congressional Act to force his administration to officially list a known terrorist organization as such.
Internet message boards noted Friday that President Obama’s most memorable line from his speech to the Democratic National Convention last night, “I’m the president” may have been lifted from the 1995 movie The American President.
There have been 12 crimes on Barack Obama Boulevard in St. Louis, MO, over a recent 9-day span. Between August 25 and September 3, there were nine thefts, two robberies, and one incident of breaking and entering. In addition, one registered sex offender resides on Obama’s honorary highway, according to crimereports.com.
The latest jobs report shows unemployment dropping from 8.3 to 8.1 percent. This drop in rate only comes, however, because more people dropped out of the workforce than jobs were created.
Barack Obama’s speech last night was met with broadly negative criticism throughout the media, a Washington Free Beacon analysis shows.