Released by the White House. From their recent meeting. Charming.
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visit with Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Madeline “Maddy” Wilford, 18, and her family, Friday evening, Feb. 16, 2018, in Deerfield Beach, Florida. Wilford is recovering at Broward Health North Medical Center from gunshot wounds.
Okay, let’s play. Two of the people in the photograph below have had credible accusations of rape lodged against them. See if you can figure out who they are. Sorry, no prize money today. This is just a competition to test your knowledge of the news. Good luck! BONUS QUESTION: Which one nearly assumed a… Continue Reading
Happy Easter! pic.twitter.com/pzJ7ouViDZ — Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) April 16, 2017 Continue Reading
Okay, I promised I’d bring you guys in with me. So here are a few photos and a video I took to give you an idea of what it’s like at The Big Dinner. Let’s start by rolling the video. It capture the moment the Obamas enter to Hail to the Chief, the presentation of… Continue Reading
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President Obama today met with Nurse Nina Pham, who survived Ebola and was declared free of the virus today. In a symbolically important gesture, he hugged her for the cameras. Several White House reporters protested the failure of the White House to allow either video cameras or print reporters to cover the event. Only still photographers… Continue Reading
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An actual corn maze – maize maze? – located in Exeter, Missouri. Through the kindness of Chuck Nickle, whose other excellent work can be found here. Continue Reading
Remember we had a problem? President Obama was putting his feet up on everything, chewing gum, dressing casually, and generally behaving like the Oval Office WAS A COLLEGE DORMITORY ROOM? Well, judging by some recent photos it appears the president is actually trying to at least not put his feet on every available varnished surface.… Continue Reading
The press was barred from witnessing a moment of silence President Obama privately observed Monday for the victims of the Boston bombings, allowing the White House to release its own carefully staged photo of the event. Other than that the White House decided it wanted Americans to view Obama’s concern for the victims, it’s unclear… Continue Reading