Elian Gonzalez Fidel Castro

Elian Gonzalez was 6-years-old when he became the center of an international custody dispute between his Miami relatives and his father in Communist Cuba.

Cuban President Fidel Castro repeatedly urged President Bill Clinton to return the boy to his father, Juan Miguel Gonzalez, in Cuba.

Now 22, Gonzalez appeared on Cuban state-run TV on Saturday to remember Fidel Castro who died at age 90 of natural causes.

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The daily WikiLeaks Podesta Emails dump dropped earlier today. John Podesta is the Chairman of Hillary Clinton's campaign for president.

Today's release is #10 in the daily series of Podesta email dumps.

Someone had hoped to stop the release of these emails by severing Julian Assange's Internet connection on Sunday. It didn't work.

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Donald Trump dominated the 2nd presidential debate over Hillary Clinton in St. Louis on Sunday night.

It was clear from the opening minutes that Clinton lacked the confidence she showed in the 1st debate when many observers believe she knew the questions in advance.

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R&B singer Mary J. Blige never got over the public response to her racist "Crispy Chicken" Burger King commercial in 2012.

The commercial set in motion a backlash that ultimately derailed her career and her marriage.

"It hurt my feelings and crushed me for two days," Blige told Hot 97's Angie Martinez.

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Colin Powell

Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell is not happy with Hillary Clinton for dragging him into her email server scandal.

In emails leaked by DC Leaks, a group affiliated with hacker Guccifer 2.0, Powell told friends he was concerned that Clinton would throw him under the bus after he advised her about using emails.

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Bill Clinton

Apparently former U.S. President Bill Clinton is still up to his randy ways.

A sexual harassment accusation by former White House intern Monica Lewinsky nearly ended Clinton's political career.

And now another woman has stepped forward to accuse Clinton of sexual harassment.

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Bill Clinton regrets that his comments about Black Lives Matter were taken out of context. The former president of the United States lost his honorary ghetto pass for saying Black Lives Matter activists defending the same criminals who kill the lives you say matter.

"You are defending the people who kill the lives you say matter," Clinton told hecklers while defending his 1994 anti-black crime bill at a Philadelphia rally on Thursday.

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Hillary Clinton Hard Choices

She might be the next president of the United States, but former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's foray into the book publishing world is a flop. Due to low consumer demand Mrs. Clinton's new autobiography, "Hard Choices," has already landed in the sale bin with 40% slashed off the original sticker price.

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Nelson Mandela

South Africa's first black president Nelson Mandela passed away at his home today. He was 95. Tributes and condolences flooded social networking websites as world leaders, former presidents, celebrities and citizens of the world remembered the anti-apartheid civil rights leader.

President Obama spoke on Mandela's passing from the White House about 45 minutes after the announcement that Mandela had died.

"He no longer belongs to us. He belongs to the ages," said Obama, borrowing the words of Edwin M. Stanton, who, as Abraham Lincoln lay on his deathbed, said "He now belongs to the ages.”

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Hillary Clinton released

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was discharged from NY-Presbyterian hospital today, after a 3-day hospital stay for treatment of a blood clot in her head.

Mrs. Clinton smiled as she was whisked away from the hospital in the back of a car accompanied by her relieved husband, former U.S. President Bill Clinton.

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Dianne Feinstein bill

In January, Senator Dianne Feinstein will introduce a bill to ban the sale, transfer, importation and manufacturing of military-style assault weapons (like the AR-15 pictured above), handguns and shotguns that can accept high-capacity magazines.

The move comes 2 weeks after a madman went on a shooting rampage in an elementary school, killing 20 children and 6 adults.

It's high time that the government of the United States took action to disarm the general public who have no business owning firearms. Statistics show that most violent crimes are committed by handguns in the United States -- and that most of those weapons were stolen or obtained through legal loopholes at gun shows.

The bill strengthens the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban signed into law by former President Bill Clinton.

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US president Barack Obama is shaping up to be the biggest liar ever to occupy the White House. A bigger liar than even Bill "I did not have sex with that woman" Clinton.

It would be too time consuming to list all of Obama's untruths, so let's just skip ahead to the latest piece of fiction to come out of his mouth.

If you recall, Obama said this during the Commencement address to the Hampton University graduating class this past weekend:

"With iPods and iPads and Xboxes and PlayStations -- none of which I know how to work -- information becomes a distraction, a diversion, a form of entertainment, rather than a tool of empowerment, rather than the means of emancipation," Obama said at Hampton University in southeastern Virginia.

Well, as others have already pointed out, the Huffington Post, ran this piece about Obama listening to Jay Z on his iPod. The same iPod that Obama claims he doesn't own or know how to work.

You might say lying about an iPod is such a small thing. But Obama lies about everything. How can we trust a man who can't even tell the truth about an iPod?

He lies all the time He lied about how often he attended services at Jeremiah Wright's church; he lied about how his parents met; how his uncle liberated Auschwitz; how his dad came to this country. The guy just lies about his own background and life. What a phony...and, btw, for someone who decries people's use of IPODs, why did he give one to Queen Elizabeth as a diplomatic gift - one filled with his own speeches. How priceless! Source

Boston Celtics star Paul Pierce met with former President Bill Clinton and R&B star Usher at the Heads of State Reception at the MoMA in NYC. (Pierce was invited by Clinton to launch his FitClub34 fitness initiative at the CGI.)
Photo: National Basketball Association


Beyonce looked constipated while performing live in Perth, Australia yesterday.

The results of Lala Vazquez's crash diet shows in this pic taken last night at the The Launch Of The New Porsche Panamera in Hollywood last night.

Quincy Jones gave Alicia Keys relationship advice at the the Clinton Global Citizen Awards in NYC yesterday.

Legendary rapper KRS-1 attended the VH1 Hip Hop awards with his daughter Tyme. His stepson Randy Hubbard Parker, who KRS helped raise, committed suicide in Atlanta 2 years ago after battling with depression for years.

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Barack Obama's approval ratings are sinking fast with no end in sight. The polls measure the apathy of Americans toward Obama due to his obvious lack of qualifications to run this country. What did voters expect? Obama was a junior Illinois state senator who spent two years voting "present" 130 times on tough legislation! That should have been a red flag.

From Hot Air blog:

Overall approval for Obama has now reached 46%, with 53% disapproving. Strong disapproval now comes within five points of overall approval, almost within the margin of error

Obama’s overall approval rating has dropped four points in the last two days, which gives an indication that the latest polling is significantly worse than earlier surveys. Rasmussen uses a rolling three-day poll of 500 likely voters each day. On Friday and Saturday, his overall approval was at 50%, but has dropped quickly to its new low.

According to the LA Times, Barack Hussein Obama is at risk of becoming only the third U.S. president to slip below the Gallup 50% approval rating in his first year in office.

According to Gallup, Obama has reached this new low faster than his predecessors did. By comparison, George W. Bush didn't fall below 50% approval rating until his third year in office. Bill Clinton dipped below 50% in his fourth month. Why the sudden slide for Obama? Because Kool Aid drinkers are finally waking up to the fact that they helped elect a radical socialist for president. Obama is finding out that many of his former supporters are now resistant to his bleak idea of Change.

Remember that Obama wanted a health care reform bill on his desk by the first week in August. He had no intentions on letting anyone read the bill -- and he had every intention on ramming the bill through Congress the way he did with the massive porkulus spending bill.

Obama, who has spent more time away from the White House this month than in previous months, will extend his vacation another week. It seems that Obama's approval ratings rise slightly when he's not in the White House implementing policy.

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We already know that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton thinks she has bigger a bigger nut**** than her husband, former president Bill Clinton. Every chance she gets to put him down and degrade him, she takes it. I don't know why Bill continues to put up with her.

Yesterday, while participating in a question/answer session on foreign policy in the Congo, Clinton embarrassed Americans everywhere by rudely rebuffing an African student who simply asked her what her husband's thoughts were on foreign policy.

Clinton snapped: "My husband is not the Secretary of State, I am!" Clinton's response was replete with attitude and neck rolling that is typical of a vengeful, vindictive woman. Later, it was revealed that the translator meant to ask Clinton what Obama's thoughts were on foreign policy.

It's hard to imagine that Clinton would have reacted the same way had she been asked the same question about Obama.

Former prison camp inmates Euna Lee, 36, and Laura Ling, 32, couldn't contain their emotions after touching down in California this morning. The women looked emaciated and frail as they descended the steps of a private jet and embraced their loved ones.

Lee and Ling were captured by the North Koreans at the N. Korean border back in March. The women were charged with entering the country illegally and other "hostile acts" against the government. They were convicted and sentenced to 12 years hard labor at a prison camp where prisoners routinely die of starvation. The ones who survive the grueling 12-hour work days subsist on a ration of corn and water daily.

Contrary to popular belief, the decision to free the journalists was already a done deal by the time former president Bill Clinton arrived in N. Korea on a private jet for a round of humiliating photo ops.

Hollywood film producer Stephen Bing, a close friend of Bill Clinton's, sent his private jet to fly the women back home. Lee and Ling hadn't seen their families in 4 months. Ling is the sister of CNN correspondent and former 'The View' host Lisa Ling, and Lee has a 4-year-old daughter.


CNN correspondent Lisa Ling, left, smiles after greeting her sister Laura Ling


Euna Lee, left, with her husband Michael Saldate, center, and daughter Hana Saldate, 4.


Narcissist Barack Obama didn't bother to join in the joyous homecoming celebration.

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