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  • Obama Gets ‘Feisty’ as Reporter Grills Him on Putin: ‘He’s Challenging Your Leadership

    10/10/2015 5:30:13 PM PDT · by McGruff · 66 replies
    THE BLAZE ^ | Oct. 9, 2015 | Jon Street
    President Barack Obama got “feisty” during an interview about Russian President Vladimir Putin, as one CBS News anchor put it. In the interview, set to air Sunday on “60 Minutes,” Obama immediately pushed back from reporter Steve Kroft’s line of questioning about America’s leadership around the world, particularly in the Middle East. “A year ago, when we did this interview, there was some saber-rattling between the United States and Russia on the Ukrainian border,” Kroft said. “Now it’s also going on in Syria. You said a year ago that the United States, America leads, that we are the indispensable nation....
  • Obama Brands Iran Deal Opponents as ‘The Crazies’

    08/25/2015 2:10:10 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 15 replies
    INN ^ | 8/25/2015, 8:38 PM | Ari Yashar
    US President Barack Obama on Monday let loose with a condescending insult against opponents of the Iran nuclear deal he is trying to force through Congress, claiming those who are critical of the controversial agreement are “crazies.” Obama arrived in Las Vegas on Monday after a two-week vacation in the posh Martha’s Vineyard. He spent Monday evening with retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), speaking at a green energy conference hosted by Reid, and then riding with him to a fundraising event for the Democratic candidate seeking to become Reid’s successor. Obama said after his vacation he was “refreshed,...
  • Sheriff Joe flays Fox News anchor; Arpaio fires back at reporter in feisty interview

    04/04/2012 11:29:28 PM PDT · by Nachum · 51 replies
    WND ^ | 4/4/12 | Joe Kovacs
    Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio reminded everyone why he’s considered “America’s toughest sheriff” when he took a Fox News anchor to task in a live interview this afternoon. Appearing on “America Live” with Megyn Kelly, Arpaio told Kelly she was wrong in some of her reporting about a federal investigation into his treatment of Hispanics in Maricopa County, Ariz. The U.S. Justice Department is looking into allegations of racial profiling, a charge Arpaio denies, and the federal government wants Arpaio to allow an independent monitor to oversee the conduct of his office. The Obama administration announced it’s now preparing to sue...
  • Feisty Gingrich stakes campaign on electability

    01/28/2012 8:56:32 AM PST · by SmithL · 10 replies
    AP via SFGate ^ | 1/28/12 | STEVE PEOPLES, Associated Press
    Sarasota, Fla. (AP) -- Newt Gingrich has staked his presidential bid on the idea that he's best positioned to defeat President Barack Obama. Yet even some supporters seem to be struggling to buy that claim, an indication that efforts by chief rival Mitt Romney to undercut him may be working. "Beating Obama is more important than everything else," Patrick Roehl, a 51-year-old computer software engineer, said at a Gingrich rally inside a Sarasota airport hangar this past week. "Can Newt win? I'm not sure. He's got a lot of high negatives. The elections are won and lost in the middle....
  • Feisty Issa Spars with Committee Members over Procedures in First Oversight Hearing

    01/26/2011 10:17:22 AM PST · by Nachum · 19 replies
    ABC News ^ | 1/26/11 | Arlette Saenz
    After last night’s show of civility across party lines at the State of the Union, Rep. Darrell Issa’s first Oversight Committee hearing on bailouts and the foreclosure crisis started with a bout over procedure. At the start of the hearing, chairman Rep. Darrell Issa announced the committee members would waive their opening statements and instead would have seven days to place them into the record. Rep. Elijah Cummings, the committee’s ranking Democrat, immediately fought back questioning this deviation in traditional procedure, but Issa held his ground.
  • McCain chides a newly feisty Obama as 'testy'

    08/20/2008 8:48:31 PM PDT · by SmithL · 55 replies · 232+ views
    AP via SFGate ^ | 8/20/8 | LIZ SIDOTI, Associated Press Writer
    Republican presidential candidate John McCain chided his Democratic rival on Wednesday for getting "a little testy" as Barack Obama sharpened his tone amid a tightening White House race that gets nastier by the day. "I honor his service. I don't honor his policies. I don't honor his politics," Obama said, taking on his GOP opponent with renewed vigor while some Democrats fret that their candidate has not been aggressive enough. Both candidates also unveiled fresh attack advertisements ahead of their back-to-back national conventions. Trying anew to tie McCain to the unpopular President Bush, Obama's TV commercial asks: "Can we really...
  • In Memoriam: FReeper SheLion has passed away

    06/26/2008 6:24:41 AM PDT · by metesky · 291 replies · 2,006+ views
    Lancaster Morgan Funeral Home Darlene L. Brennan (August 6, 1942 - June 7, 2008) DARLENE L. BRENNAN CARIBOU – Darlene L. Brennan, 65, passed away Friday June 6, 2008 at a Caribou hospital. She was born August 6, 1942 in Thomas, West Virginia the daughter of the late James and Lillian (Watring) Nutter. Darlene served in the U.S. Military and then as a civilian worked as a travel agent. She is survived by a daughter Robbin Persing and her husband Henry L. Persing of Madison, Alabama, as well as a grandson Brennan Persing. A memorial service will be conducted...
  • Feisty Cheney fires long-distance shots

    02/24/2007 8:11:39 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 34 replies · 1,152+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 2/24/07 | Rohan Sullivan - ap
    SYDNEY, Australia - Vice President Dick Cheney, in a series of blunt and sometimes biting statements during a visit to Asia, defended the Iraq war, attacked administration critics at home and warned that the U.S. would confront potential adversaries abroad. His visit was meant to thank Australia and Japan for their support in Iraq. But in a series of public appearances and media interviews, Cheney's tone was typically feisty. Answering growing criticism in the U.S. and Australia, he defended the Iraq war as a "remarkable achievement" in one speech, and dismissed suggestions his influence in Washington is waning. At a...
  • CA: Legislative wars over for feisty conservative (Ray Haynes)

    11/27/2006 9:43:57 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 2 replies · 385+ views
    Riverside Press-Enterprise ^ | 11/27/06 | Jim Miller
    After 14 years representing the Inland area in Sacramento, Assemblyman Ray Haynes, R-Murrieta, has opined on many things in his rarely subtle approach to politics. On Democrats: "Most of the Democrats want us to be nice little Republicans and pat us on the heads. Well, sorry. You're going to have to fight me for what you got." On air-quality regulators: "We have a bunch of clean-air Nazis that have been running roughshod over the people of California ... because they think they've got God and nature on their side." On himself: "I've developed a persona that Haynes is kind of...
  • Bruins keeping it close

    10/08/2005 6:49:06 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 7 replies · 278+ views
    Live from the Rose Bowl ^ | Right now | Old Ben
    This report comed to you live from The Rose Bowl in Pasadena,CA. Old Ben is cheering for the fiesty Bruins. Who at half time trail by amere six points to number ten ranked Cal. Sent via hanheld wireless. GO BRUINS!
  • Gene for Red Hair May Help Suppress Pain in Women

    03/25/2003 5:57:32 AM PST · by Pharmboy · 29 replies · 1,821+ views
    Reuters via Yahoo ^ | March 24, 2003 | Linda Carroll
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A gene found in redheads and fair-skinned people may also play a role in the body's natural pain suppression system. But the gene, Mc1r, appears to impact pain suppression only in women, according to the study, published Monday in the advance online publication of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (news - web sites). The researchers found that redheaded women were able to tolerate more pain than other people when given an analgesic drug called pentazocine. All redheaded men, as well as men and women who did not have red hair, had similar-and...

    01/12/2003 10:16:27 AM PST · by Wait4Truth · 24 replies · 219+ views
    Newsweek ^ | 1/12/03 | George Will
    <p>Bush’s Chicago economic speech should have been noted in Baghdad because it showed that he is feeling feisty and not flinching from fights.</p> <p>Jan. 20 issue — The President’s economic policy announced last Tuesday in Chicago refutes the notion that today’s disputes between the two parties express merely “the narcissism of small differences.” The president spoke the day the 108th Congress convened, and what he said means that the 108th will bear some resemblance to the 97th. It convened in January 1981 and eight months later passed the landmark legislation of that decade, President Ronald Reagan’s tax cuts.</p>