President Trump could make the US great again

Donald Trump has won the race for the White House and become the 45th President of the United Sates of America. President Trump spoke the words: “It is time for us to come together as one people” “The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no more” “We will finally take care … [Read the full story]

US presidency race is like a Shame Of Thrones

Here in our beautiful country, are we at all worried about the presidential election in the USA? I think in terms of finance it would be more beneficial if Hillary Clinton wins. The stock broker belt in America and the business leaders are behind Hillary which gives her a commanding lead in the race for the … [Read the full story]

Who’s that Nasty girl – Hillary Clinton?

Third US Presidential debate – Donald Trump calls Hillary Clinton a ‘nasty woman’…enter Janet Jackson. Since Donald Trump publically named Hillary Clinton a ‘nasty woman’, (third Presidential debate – October 19th), Janet Jackson’s song ‘Nasty’ has had a popularity spike. Both candidates are at each other like children…usually, nothing to do with politics and the … [Read the full story]

God help America

As an Australian I am used to politicians being usually simple minded but with good intentions. They don’t usually last long and are then replaced quite quickly. So it is mind numbing to watch a soap opera called the ‘US Presidential Race for the White House’. Back stabbing, dirty tricks, slurs and attacks on their personal lives. … [Read the full story]

The tears of a rock ‘n’ roller

Last year, Led Zeppelin were honoured by Barack Obama at a ceremony at the White House. Here’s something I missed at the time, but have just discovered via a friend on Facebook. Following the ceremony there was a concert at the nearby Kennedy Center, which…in addition to Foo Fighters’ cover of ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll’…featured a … [Read the full story]

Great Sportswomen – Anna Rawson

Anna Rawson was born in Adelaide and first stepped into the spotlight at the age of sixteen, when she won a modelling competition for Dolly magazine. In 2000, she played in the Australian Open, where she was recruited for a golfing scholarship at the University of Southern California. She led the USC team to their … [Read the full story]

On this day…in 1865

On this day in 1865, the U.S. House of Representatives passes the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, abolishing slavery in America. The amendment read, “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude…shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.” When the Civil War began, President Abraham Lincoln’s professed goal was the restoration of the … [Read the full story]

George Bush was invited to the White House…

Before the 2001 inauguration of George Bush, he was invited to a get acquainted tour of the White House. After drinking several glasses of iced tea, he asked outgoing President Bill Clinton if he could use his personal bathroom. When he entered Clinton ‘s private toilet, he was astonished to see that President Clinton had … [Read the full story]

White House denies evidence of aliens

The US government has formally denied that it has any knowledge of contact with extraterrestrial life. The announcement came as a response to submissions to the We The People website, which promises to address any petition that gains 5,000 signatories. Two petitions called for disclosure of government information on ETs and an acknowledgement of any … [Read the full story]