On June 3, President Obama finally sat down with Arizona Governor Jan Brewer to discuss the Arizona Immigration law and the issues on the border, at the request of the Governor. 

According to the old saw, a forlorn man was once told: “Cheer up. Things could be worse.” So the man cheered up and things got worse. If you’re unhappy with the current crop of elected politicians in California, cheer up. Things could get worse, especially if Proposition 14 passes. 

Census Bureau employeeWhen John Crudele quoted numerous Census Bureau workers about being hired, fired, and then rehired repeatedly, he called them “horror stories.” James O’Keefe, notorious and fearless investigative reporter, calls it part of a trend: “These days, Americans know that people in backrooms are taking advantage of their power. And they’re fed up with it.”

President Obama wanted to "avoid a costly battle between two supporters" in a Democratic Senate primary in Colorado, and a White House official called on one of them to see if he might be interested in a federal job instead of a Senate race, ABC News reported today. But no job was offered, both the White House and the candidate said.

A coalition of 30 or more organizations is currently urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to regulate what is being dubbed “hate speech” on talk radio and cable broadcast networks. In a letter addressed to the FCC, the coalition targeted the Internet, syndicated radio, and cable television programs, accusing them of “masquerading as news” to promote hate. 

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