Obama can’t catch a break.
Life is full of surprises. Through today’s links, NewsFeed embraces them.
It’s that time again, NewsFeeders: your favorite day of the week. While you get back into the swing of things, here’s the news that will guide the conversation this week.
“Today, Americans of different beliefs came together again. In the final hours before our government would have been forced to shut down, leaders in both parties reached an agreement.”
–PRESIDENT OBAMA, speaking about the …
“Our dear son, Excellency, Baraka Hussein Abu oumama, your intervention is the name of the U.S.A. is a must, so that Nato would withdraw finally from the Libyan affair.”
– MUAMMAR GADDAFI, in a letter addressed to President …
His looks didn’t fool anyone, but he did manage to elude capture for more than two years.
Who knew that reality TV had such pull that it even impacted upon the most powerful man in the world?
One of the best ways to ensure your favorite musical group will play a personal concert for you is to become a world leader.
President Obama may be the most powerful person in America, but even he gets locked out of his house.
Oxford Dictionaries Online, the younger, hipper cousin of the OED, proposed an idea in the aftermath of the Egyptian revolution (or at least this first leg of it): To make Mubarak a verb.
If you’ve got to sell something, just let Mad Men do all the talking.
From Arizona to Connecticut, there’s a new trend emerging among conservatives in America. Families of deceased Republicans are asking friends to fund Obama’s opposition in 2012 instead of sending flowers, reports Salon.