Politics

President Obama will host republican Mitt Romney for a private lunch at the White House today. It will be their first meeting since the election. It’s the president making good on a pledge he made during his victory speech? He tells the Wall Street Journal: “We may have battled fiercely, but it’s only because we […]

The Tri-State continues to be an important venue for the presidential campaign. Republican Vice-Presidential nominee, Paul Ryan, will headline a rally at the Clermont County fairgrounds this evening. It comes hours after Vice President Biden talks with supporters at Wright State University, near Dayton. To learn more about their visits, check out the video above. […]

“President Barack Obama inherited a wreck of an economy, put a floor under the crash, and laid the foundation for millions for good new jobs” Those were the words of former president Bill Clinton, last night at the Democratic National Convention. The former president gave this speech, as he nominated the president in a rousing […]

Even after his anti-Obama remarks cost him his longstanding Monday Night Football job, Hank Williams Jr. isn’t done attacking the president. During a recent Missouri concert, Williams Jr. went on a rant where he called Obama a Muslim, said he hated farms and the military and added, “we hate him.” Huffington Post reports: “Hank Williams […]

A group of black journalists say they are disappointed in the lack of ethnic diversity among people chosen to moderate the presidential debates. The National Association of Black Journalists said, on Friday, that the commission on presidential debates needed to stop treating black reporters, and other minority journalists as if they are unqualified, invisible, or […]

Governor Mitt Romney says he expected to get booed yesterday when he appeared before the NAACP Conference in Houston Texas yesterday. He said despite the strong objections, in his response to his pledge to repeal President Obama’s health care law, he’s ok with it. He admits that he expected the response, he said after his […]

President Obama is on the road, campaigning for his reelection. He has started his two day bus tour in Northern Ohio, yesterday, and will move eastward through Pennsylvania. During his tour, he is promising voters he will create jobs for the millions who are unemployed, if he is reelected. Click here to read more. Recent […]

While Americans were watching fireworks displays and enjoying barbecues, Chris Rock was stirring up some fireworks of his own with a controversial July 4 tweet. “Happy white peoples independence day the slaves weren’t free but I’m sure they enjoyed fireworks,” Rock tweeted. Reactions came fast and furious, with some fans telling the actor/comedian they were […]

There has been a lot of controversy over new state voter I.D. laws. These laws are requiring people to show a photo I.D. or another form of identification in order to cast a vote. These laws have recently been enacted in Texas, Wisconsin, and most recently Pennsylvania. A lot of people have voiced their opinion […]

Rick Santorum announced today that he was suspending his presidential campaign but said the fight wasn’t over. Santorum leaving the race assures that Mitt Romney’s bid for president will go forward with few challenges. “Ladies and gentleman, we made the decision to get into this race at our kitchen table against all the odds,” Santorum […]

  Barack Obama recenlty attended the Alfalfa Dinner, a dinner orignally meant to honor Confederate General , Robert E. Lee. The White House has published his remarks from the Dinner. I am seriously glad to be here tonight at the annual Alfalfa dinner. I know that many you are aware that this dinner began almost […]

The celebration has already begun. Concert orchestras hedge the reflecting pool on the Capitol. Celebrity guests of every walk are addressing the nation. But for…