The First Frump

As public schools around the United States suffer through a perpetual financial crisis, the Obama administration commits a breathtaking $70 million to help educate girls in a terrorist nation known as Al Qaeda headquarters.

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Just Sayin’.


PUBLISHED: 22:22 EST, 19 March 2015 | UPDATED: 11:55 EST, 20 March 2015

Michelle Obama, Akie Abe

”Cultural tour: First Lady Michelle Obama stood with Akie Abe, wife of Japan’s prime minister at Iikura Guest House in Tokyo, Thursday, as Mrs Obama began a tour aimed to promote girls’ education”



Michelle Obama rallied on behalf of U.S. Sen. Mark Udall in Denver on Thursday, outlining what the Democrat stands for and what’s at stake on Nov. 4.

Without Udall, she said, “we’ll see more opposition to immigration reform” and “bosses making women’s decisions about their birth control.”

“Promise everyone in this room will vote today … and get everyone you know to vote,” she said. “Everybody knows somebody who’s sitting on the couch right now.”

Obama outlined how the economy has improved since her husband inherited a grim situation from Republicans when he took over in 2009.

The first lady slipped up in her speech, referring to Udall as a fifth-generation Coloradan. That’s Udall’s opponent, Republican Congressman Cory Gardner.

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Priorities: Obama on the Fairways Today



ATLANTA – The Georgia state Board of Education is fighting back against Michelle Obama’s school snack rules and is poised to undercut them with a vote Thursday.

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Who cares about the Redskins? Probably not first lady Michelle Obama, who turned her sights on insulting the Romani minority community Monday.

While describing her struggles as a working mother, the usually politically correct first lady used the racial slur, gypped.
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Segregation by force of law is no longer legally acceptable in America, but de facto segregation still plagues our schools and neighborhoods, First Lady Michelle Obama told a group of graduating students Friday night.

The First Lady was expected to use the speech to celebrate about diversity in America. Instead, she took racism head on, telling the Topeka, Kansas, seniors, ‘by some measures, our schools are as segregated as they were back when Dr. King gave his final speech.’

‘And even in schools that seem integrated according to the numbers, when you look a little closer, you see students from different backgrounds sitting at separate lunch tables, or tracked into different classes, or separated into different clubs or activities,’ she said.

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Michelle Obama to her campaign to help veterans find jobs to Fort Campbell, Kentucky Wednesday where she said that most Americans don’t know much about the military.

Following comments from Jill Biden, the vice president’s wife and Obama’s teammate in helping veterans, she noted that unlike Biden, she had little familiarity with the military prior to campaigning for the White House in 2008.

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Obama has arrived in Japan at the start of his latest Asia trip and was greeted by a familiar face: American Ambassador Caroline Kennedy.

Mrs Kennedy stood alongside her husband Edwin Schlossberg, who still lives in New York in spite of his wife’s diplomatic posting in Tokyo but he flew over for the presidential visit.

Rather than going straight for a formal welcome reception at a government building, the group headed to an iconic landmark of another sort.

Obama and his dining partner, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, didn’t to have trouble scoring seats at Sukiyabashi Jiro.

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And: Michelle’s Absence Causing Uproar in Japan

And: Obama skips illegal alien aunt’s funeral, went golfing instead

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