Obama Responds to Critics Explaining That Americans Don’t Understand What Ambassadors Really Do

WASHINGTON — Responding to recent criticisms of the potential appointment of Anna Wintour as Ambassador to France, Obama explained that if most Americans knew what Ambassadors really did, they would not be so surprised. “100 years ago, before the advent of instant communication, Ambassadors were very important,” the president explained in a press conference. “However, now that they’re no longer needed to…

NRA Calls for Stricter Journalism Control in Wake of Sandy Hook Tragedy

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FAIRFAX, Va. — Following the Connecticut elementary school shooting that left 27 innocents dead, the NRA released a statement over the weekend demanding more stringent journalistic standards from American news outlets. While acknowledging the tragedy of the shooting itself, the NRA has suggested that the “liberal media” veered too quickly from meditations on the immediate tragedy at hand to promoting their “anti-gun…

GOP Criticizes Obama for “Needless Spending” on Secret Service Personnel

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WASHINGTON — Speaker of the House John Boehner introduced a new proposal during fiscal cliff negotiations this week that cuts funding for the U.S. Secret Service, whose members are sworn to protect the life of the president with their own. “The president refuses to consider sufficient cuts to entitlement programs, even one that benefits him exclusively,” said a frustrated Boehner to reporters…

Legislators Refuse to “Politicize” School Shooting Tragedy by Taking Meaningful Action

WASHINGTON — Echoing sentiments shared nationwide since the devastating elementary school shooting in Connecticut on Friday, Congress has maintained its position that it is better to just accept mass murder than to politicize such tragedies by making actual efforts to prevent them. The almost incomprehensible taking of 26 innocent lives – 20 of them young children – in Newtown, Connecticut, resonated powerfully…

Newslo Scoops Interviews with 2024 Presidential Candidates

WASHINGTON — While the rest of the media has their sights on the presidential candidates for the 2016 election, we at NewsMakeup.com have decided to raise the bar by beginning our 2024 coverage on the current frontrunners. Two exclusive interviews with Democratic and Republican candidates show their depths of dedication when it comes to their campaign. Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy wakes at…

GOP Congressman Ostracized for Naming Specific Program He’d Cut

WITCHITA, Kan. — Republican Representative Tim Huelskamp has found himself in hot water after a local interview in which he accidentally named a specific federal program he would cut in order to curb government spending. “There’re plenty of wasteful government programs that can eliminated,” Huelskamp’s ill-fated interview began. “For example, we’re spending over $1.9 billion for marketing and regulatory programs in the…

Voter Fraud To Be Ignored Until 2016 Election

WASHINGTON — Though the issue dominated headlines throughout the 2012 presidential race, voter fraud has, much like the individuals accused of perpetuating it, very swiftly receded from public attention. For months, America was reminded that the sanctity of its voting system – its defining democratic cornerstone – was under attack. The appalling specter of voter fraud occurring on a massive scale now has…