But in looking at the financial disclosure form of Rice, her interests extend well beyond Canadian oil. She effectively has bet against nutrition enthusiast Michelle Obama, with stakes in junk-food purveyors Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and PepsiCo. Big Pharma is represented well (Bristol-Myers Squibb, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, Pfizer), as is the telecommunications industry (France Telecom, Research In Motion, Rogers Communication, Singapore Telecomm, Telefonica, Telstra, Vodafone).
Bo Obama, the First Family's pooch, inspects the White House Christmas decorations:
Bo makes a final inspection of the 2012 White House Christmas decorations before 90,000 visitors come through the doors of the People's House this holiday season. Find out more about the 2012 White House Holiday celebrations, including the special tributes to troops, veterans and military families at wh.gov/holidays.
The report delivered to residents living along the ocean and canal that surrounds the multi-million dollar homes at Kailuana Place where the President stays, informed them of restrictions that will be implemented for 20 days beginning December 17 and running through January 6.
The United Nations flipped the bird to the United States and israel by approving a state of Palestine.
Where's Susan Rice? She should take care of UN businessinstead of auditioning for Secretary of State
United Nations voted overwhelmingly Thursday to recognize a Palestinian state, a victory decades in the making for the Palestinians after years of occupation and war. It was a sharp rebuke for Israel and the United States.
The Ingraham Angle with Laura Ingraham on "The O'Reilly Factor" focused on traditioanlists versus progressives, particularly religion.
Ingraham pointed to this as a trend in which secularists have waged campaigns to undermine faith and addressed Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chaffee's deeming a Christmas tree a holiday tree and had a minimal tree lighting for a half hour. She also felt that Mitt Romney should have spoken of this more during the presidential campaign as it relates to judges and justices a president appoints. Ingraham said it comes from elites who are uncomfortable and hostile to faith on a whole range of issues.
Ingraham said she is going with a new syndicator and will be back on the air in several days.
Scholastic Inc. says the multimillion-selling author has a picture book scheduled for next fall. The book will be called "Year of the Jungle," based on the time in Vietnam served by Collins' father. "Year of the Jungle" is her first book since 2010's "Mockingjay," the last of her "Hunger Games" trilogy.
First Lady Michelle Obama brought in Gold Star and Blue Star families as she previewed the White House Christmas decor. Of course, the Obamas would never think of being a military family, but will exploit them.
President Obama had a big press conference on November 28th to extend the Bush tax cuts for most Americans - what a profile in courage to extend tax cuts put forth by the man he routinely castigates. WOW!
Actually Romney could help Obama at Treasury - it would be the ultimate turnaround job.
"On Thursday, Governor Romney will have a private lunch at the White House with President Obama in the Private Dining Room," says White House press secretary Jay Carney. "It will be the first opportunity they have had to visit since the election. There will be no press coverage of the meeting."
The 52 signatories include the Nobel peace laureates Mairead Maguire and Adolfo Pérez Esquivel; the film directors Mike Leigh and Ken Loach; the author Alice Walker; the US academic Noam Chomsky; Roger Waters of Pink Floyd; and Stéphane Hessel, a former French diplomat and Holocaust survivor who was co-author of the universal declaration of human rights.
Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Alice Walker, anti-semitic, boycott, israel, Ken Loach, Mairead Maguire, Mike Leigh, military boycott, Noam Chomsky; Roger Waters, nobel peace prize, Pink Floyd, Stéphane Hessel , The 52 signatories