Eve of 9/11 Obama Authorizes Airstrikes on ISIS (ISIL)

Obama Announces New War on Terrorism On the eve of the thirteenth anniversary of the most devastating terrorist attack in American history, President Barack Obama gave a speech in which he declared war on the terrorist group known as “ISIS,” or “ISIL.” He began his address with the … [Read more...]

Ray Rice vs. Janay Rice: She’s Not So Innocent

Ray Rice Suspended for Spousal Abuse NFL running back Ray Rice was recently released from the Baltimore Ravens and suspended from the NFL after a video was released by TMZ which showed Rice punching his now-wife in the face. The video shows Rice hit Janay in the face hard enough to … [Read more...]

Neighbor Complains About Lemonade Stand…Gets Karma? Or Hypocrisy?

Man Complains About Lemonade Stand In August, Fox News reported on a grouchy old man in Florida who was demanding that a little boy in his neighborhood be forced to close his lemonade stand. By the time the story hit social media, the battle had been ongoing for two years. Doug … [Read more...]

Religious Discrimination Being Taught by America’s Schools

Discrimination Frowned Upon by American Culture In today's American culture, discrimination of any kind is supposedly frowned upon. Christian businesses are being sued for refusing service to gay people, other businesses are being sued for refusing to allow people to pray or … [Read more...]

A 9yr Old, an Uzi, and a Political Agenda

Nine Year Old With Uzi Accidentally Kills Instructor Last week a nine year old girl accidentally shot and killed her shooting instructor when she lost control of an Uzi that she was learning to use. According to a report from NBC, “Charles Vacca, 39, was teaching the girl how to … [Read more...]

Former Republican Official Eric Cantor Enters Wall Street Foray

Former Virginia Republican Congressman and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor will join the investment bank Moelis & Co. as a vice chairman and managing director, who will also be elected to its board, the company announced Tuesday. Cantor will provide the financial institution … [Read more...]

US Government Launches New Attack on Religion

Anti-Prayer Laws Imposed in the Bible Belt The attack on religious freedom is no new story, however, it continues to spread into new locations, including rural areas of the Bible belt, such as Dublin, Georgia. It was in this small town that on August 10th, literally hundreds of … [Read more...]

Obama Lays Out the Red Carpet for Terrorists and Illegal Aliens

Terrorism in the News In a post last week on Pfhub, readers learned how Americans were unwittingly supporting ISIS in the aftermath of the beheading of an American photo-journalist James Foley. Sadly, however, recent news exposes the fact that the American President may also be … [Read more...]

Michelle Obama’s Appetite for Power Causes Children to Suffer

FLOTUS Begins to Limit Food Choices Michelle Obama has been very busy deciding what is best for our children to eat. According to U.S.News,Michelle Obama's Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act was designed to “encourage children to make healthier choices during the school day by updating … [Read more...]

Another One Bites the Dust: Florida Gives Same-sex Marriage Ban the Chop

The latest in an incremental number of US states to see their bans on same-sex marriage overturned is Florida- this time at the hands of a Tallahassee’s Judge Hinkle and team of jurists. Florida currently denies same sex couples the right to marry at both state and constitutional … [Read more...]

Ferguson Missouri: Media-Stirred Racism?

Articles Worded to Feed Hate According to a report from CBS News, “Gov. Jay Nixon is ordering the Missouri National Guard to begin withdrawing from Ferguson, where nightly scenes of unrest have erupted since a white police officer fatally shot an unarmed black 18-year-old.” With … [Read more...]

James Foley Aftermath Shows Americans Supporting ISIS

Who is James Foley? James Wright Foley was born in October on 1973. The Rochester, NH native graduated from both Marquette University and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. He chose teaching as his career until the mid 2000s, when he switched to photojournalism. … [Read more...]