Obama crying

On Tuesday U.S. President Obama announced the 1st step of his comprehensive plan to disarm law abiding American citizens.

As part of his executive order expanding background checks for gun buyers, Obama is ordering doctors to report their patients to the government if they have depression or "subnormal intelligence."

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Obama's gun control

President Obama made good on his 1st step to disarm law-abiding American citizens without Congress's approval.

Obama's new gun control law, that goes into affect today, makes it more difficult for Americans to buy guns from private dealers.

Not everyone is as happy as the criminals who will continue to obtain their guns illegally.

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President Barack Obama's executive orders are getting more ridiculous the longer he stays in office. His latest "initiative" calls for the release of over 6,000 criminals from federal prisons over the next few days.

In a speech at Rutgers University on Tuesday, Obama explained that he is releasing 6,000 career criminals back onto the streets to right a social wrong through his "criminal justice reform" program.

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President Obama amnesty

President Obama's illegal alien amnesty program has been halted in its tracks by a federal judge in Texas. Obama's controversial amnesty program to provide foreign criminals and terrorists with driver's licenses and social security numbers was set to take effect on Wednesday, Feb. 18. But on Tuesday, Judge Andrew Hanen issued a temporary injunction barring the Dept. of Homeland Security from enforcing President Obama's executive order.

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Ginsburg nods off during Obama SOTU address

President Barack Obama gave his annual State of the Union address last night. For the most part Obama's address was uninspiring and boring. Even Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had trouble keeping her head up and her eyes open as Obama droned on about his accomplishments as president.

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Obama kiss

With the stroke of a pen yesterday, President Barack Obama signed an executive order beefing up "sexual orientation" employee protections that already exist within the federal government.

The new executive order gives protections to gays, bisexuals, and transsexual employees of federal contractors. The executive order does not include religious exemptions -- meaning Catholic, Jewish and Muslim organizations that do business with the federal government cannot fire employees whose sexual preferences conflict with the organizations' religious morals or beliefs.

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Dennis Rodman

The federal government is going after former NBA great Dennis Rodman for violating U.S. sanctions on luxury imports into North Korea, the Daily Beast reports.

The U.S. Treasury Department is investigating Rodman to see if the thousands of dollars in birthday gifts he gave to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un violated a law prohibiting the importing of luxury goods into North Korea. The law, signed in 2010 by President Obama, requires a license to transport luxury goods into North Korea. Rodman did not apply for such a license.

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Kanye West

Troubled music producer and rapper Kanye West took to his Twitter account yesterday to clear up rumors that he compared himself to the late, great Nelson Mandela.

In a series of tweets, Kanye lauded Mandela for serving "as a guiding light to illuminate our future," and he chastised the media for engineering "false stories and noise" about him.

"I've never said anything to dishonor or trivialize the life or transition of one of the most inspiring leaders," West tweeted.

Kanye West tweets

It isn't clear how the rumor got started, but it's not a stretch to believe the egotistic producer said those things about himself. Anyway, thanks to Kanye for clearing that up.

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