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11.04.13 Kyle Petreycik

The White House’s official petition website We the People will soon be taking applications for a limited edition beta of its We the People Write API. This application programming interface will eventually allow for United States citizens sign to petitions directly from non-governmental websites as well as third-party apps, while still receiving an official government response. At the moment, […]

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03.05.13 Andy Cush

A 100,000+ signature petition prompted the White House to weigh in on the current debate over the legality of unlocking cell phones so they can be used on different carriers, which erupted after the U.S. Copyright Office announced phones were no longer exempted to the Digital Millenium Copyright Act. Fortunately, the Obama administration came down […]

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05.13.11 Marina Galperina

Since the Reagan era, presidents have been reenacting their speeches for still photogs, but when Gangsta Antichrist Obama did the same announcing the Bin Laden kill, a new wave of media ooooooooh erupted over “falsified history.” Well… it was all for the better. A prez rep announced that the White House is retiring this outdated […]

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05.11.11 Bucky Turco

“On Wednesday evening, ‘cop killer rapper‘ Common attended the White House’s Black Panther rally and with both middle fingers extended toward the flag, recited a poem about killing white people to the delight of President Obama and his guests,” Fox News wishes it could report. Press play to see what really happened. […]

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Bucky Turco

Meet David Jones. He’s the mouthy president of the NJ State Troopers Fraternal Association who is manufacturing faux outrage over Michelle Obama’s decision to invite puppy dog rapper Common to recite non-controversial poetry at a White House event. […]

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02.14.10 Bucky Turco

A video has surfaced on YouTube that appears to show graffiti vandal KATSU tagging the security fence in front of the White House and even more remarkable, some people actually think it’s real. It’s basically the the low budget version of this. |Vandalog| […]

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11.25.09 Bucky Turco

A media whoring-couple looking to snag a reality TV show slipped past White House security at Tuesday night’s state dinner honoring the Prime Minister of India. The Washington Post identified the party crashers as Tareq and Michaele Salahi of Virgina. Although they weren’t formally invited and didn’t have an invitation, the duo somehow managed to […]

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09.04.09 Will Sherman

In a bid to be the most transparent administration ever, the Obama White House will begin publicly naming its visitors. As the President put it, “Americans have a right to know” who’s visiting, just so long as they’re not attending “meetings of particular sensitivity,” covered by “national security imperatives” or “purely personal guests.” |NYP| […]

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06.24.09 Will Sherman

Pro skater and American hero Tony Hawk is defending his historic White House ride on network TV, then going out to fulfill a kid’s dying wish. Take that, haters: “doing an interview with Inside Edition about the Skate Heard ‘Round The World and then skating for Jemarkus, here courtesy of Make A Wish.” |Twitter| […]

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06.23.09 Will Sherman

Tony Hawk is still upset about the so-called haters criticizing his historic ride through the White House on Friday. The pro-skater turned video game character chastised media outlets on his Twitter: “Amazing that in today’s struggles, 4 urethane wheels rolling on a tile floor can cause political alarm. News shows want quotes. Distraction?” […]

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