President Barack Obama and the Democratic party suffered a massive blow during the midterm elections on Tuesday.
Despite opening the borders and busing in large numbers of illegal voters from Mexico and Honduras, the Democrats still lost key Senate seats in Iowa, North Carolina, Colorado, Arkansas, South Dakota, Montana and West Virginia — allowing the Republicans to seize control of the Senate for the first time in 8 years.
President Barack Obama is rethinking his stance on immigration reform after House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (REP) lost in a GOP Primary to a Tea Party Challenger on Tuesday.
Cantor’s stunning defeat sent shockwaves through Washington yesterday as Republicans, and even Democrats, sat up and took notice.
Many say Cantor thought he was too much of a big shot in Washington to return home to Virginia to personally campaign against Dave Brat, an economics professor.
Cantor is the first sitting House Majority leader to lose in a primary in the history of American politics.
The defeat sent a strong signal to Washington that Americans are fed up with Washington’s politics — particularly on immigration reform.
R&B superstar Kelly Rowland celebrated her 33rd birthday with an intimate party attended by friends and family in NYC. Siblings Beyonce and Solange Knowles attended Kelly’s birthday shindig which was decorated in gold. Kelly even had a gold birthday cake featuring an elephant perched on top (the elephant is the symbol of the Republican party). Beyonce posted these photos from the party on her personal Tumblr page.
Old folks say “Many a truth is told in jest” and “Behind every joke is a kernel of truth.” When President Obama took the podium during the annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner on saturday, he told the truth cloaked in witty one-liners.
An ESPN analyst sparked controversy yesterday when he called Washington Redskins star quarterback Robert Griffin III a “cornball brother” who dates white women and votes Republican.
At issue for ESPN analyst Rob Parker was Griffin’s refusal to be defined by his skin color.