President Obama

Desperate to fix the mounting problems plaguing his insurance exchange portal website, Healthcare.gov, President Obama put in a call to telecommunications giant Verizon.

A report on USAToday.com quotes an informed source who says Obama called Verizon's Enterprise Solutions division to beg for help "to improve the performance of the HealthCare.gov site, which is a key component of the Affordable Care Act."

This news comes on the heels of a report that Healthcare.gov needs 5 million lines of code rewritten in order for the site to work properly.

If you recall, President Obama and his National Security Agency (NSA) enlisted the services of Verizon to spy on millions of Verizon customers.

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Sales of 1984 Up

Sales of George Orwell's classic novel '1984' skyrocketed 69% on Amazon, according to a report on WashingtonExaminer.com.

Renewed interest in "1984" -- originally published 64 years ago -- was sparked by reports of widespread spying on American citizens -- domestically and abroad -- by the National Security Agency (NSA), under the auspices of the Obama Administration.

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Obama Secretly Collects Verizon data

AS if President Obama doesn't have enough integrity problems: a new report indicates the Obama administration strong armed wireless communications company Verizon into releasing telephonic data on every Verizon customer.

And don't think they stopped there; the Obama administration may have secretly pressured other cell phone companies to ante up the data on their customers. This means Obama may have your cell phone numbers, contact list, text messages and your emails.

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