Real estate mogul and former Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appeared to be gearing up for 2016, suggesting Senator Ted Cruz's Canadian birth would make him ineligible for the White House.
Politics is not such a bad thing when it's funny and the Democratic Senator from Iowa, Tom Harkin, can raise a guffaw now and again. He managed to do so at a breakfast function for Iowa Democrats at the DNC in Charlotte this morning.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused on Monday to hear an appeal from Alan Keyes, Wiley Drake and Markhm Robinson, challenging President Barack Obama's U.S. citizenship and his eligibility to serve as commander in chief.
Mitt Romney, under pressure to take a position after Donald Trump attempted reopening the "birther" controversy with recent inflammatory comments, has said he would stick with Trump because he needs the help of "a lot of good people" to win the election.
Arizona's secretary of state Ken Bennett, has once again reignited the birther controversy with the statement that he will keep Barack Obama off the state's election ballot in November unless Hawaii provides verification that Obama was born there.
Congressman Jim Clyburn (D-SC) likes President Obama’s chances for re-election at another four years of trying to lead the US, however, the real issue for our president is not a miserably failed leadership ability but “the color of his skin.”
Hawaii continues to receive 20 letters a week demanding proof of President Obama's birth on American soil. However, Hawaii can dub those applicants "vexatious requesters" and ban them from accessing government records for two years.
Dr. (Maj.) Terry Lakin, the flight surgeon for 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, examines the partially amputated finger of an Afghan man who assists in collecting unexploded ordnance at Kandahar Airfield. Lakin was selected as the Army Medical Department's Flight Surgeon of the Year for 2004.