Secret Service Agents Missed Man With Gun Who Got On Elevator With President Obama

President Obama

The alarming extent of security lapses surrounding American President Barack Obama has some lawmakers demanding answers.

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Head of Secret Service on the hot seat after it was revealed fence jumper made it all the way inside the White House

Julia Pierson

White House fence jumper Omar Gonzalez was not tackled just inside the door of the White House as was originally claimed by the Secret Secret.

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Eric Holder Steps Down As Attorney General

Eric Holder

Another high ranking member of President Barack Obama’s inner circle has jumped ship.

NPR.org reports that Eric Holder Jr., the nation’s first black U.S. attorney general, has announced he will be stepping down as soon as his successor is confirmed. Holder, 63, was hospitalized in February after suffering shortness of breath and dizziness at work. He is also plagued by recurring back problems.

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Shameful: President Obama Salutes Marines While Holding a Styrofoam Cup in His Hand

President Obama salute

Marines and other military servicemen are outraged over the disrespectful way President Obama saluted two Marines as he disembarked from Chopper One in New York City on Tuesday.

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Missouri Gov. Calls for ‘Vigorous Prosecution’ of Darren Wilson

President Obama and Gov Jay Nixon

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon is calling for the “vigorous prosecution” of Ferguson, MO. police officer Darren Wilson who shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Mike Brown.

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Puff Daddy tells President Obama to “get on a plane” to Ferguson

Puff Daddy

Influential hip hop mogul Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs was instrumental in helping to bridge the gap between then-Senator Barack Obama and young black voters during the presidential race in 2008.

In an emotional video uploaded to social media yesterday, Mr. Combs requested the president’s presence in Ferguson, Mo.

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Tyler Perry made campaign contributions to Republican Gov. Nathan Deal

Tyler Perry

Recently, director Tyler Perry won a bid to buy a substantial portion of the shuttered and abandoned Fort McPherson property near downtown Atlanta.

Perry wanted to build 16 movie studios and a film production facility on the 488-acre property. But there was a hitch in his plans: Georgia Governor Nathan Deal had already put in a $10 million bid to buy the property to relocate the police academy, according to 11 Alive News.

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