A congressman's son is part of a black market at school to sell junk food, the child's mother revealed on Fox News. The revelation came from child's mother, Rachel Campos-Duffy, who is married to Rep. Sean Duffy, an accomplice in the black market sales of junk food.
Watch Campos-Duffy explain on Fox News:
"My own son is part of a black market at his school, after school. They're selling -- you know, the machines are school now are full of healthy snacks that kids don't want to buy. So he and his friends are selling after school, before sports, people are hungry," Campos-Duffy said.
A fellow-panelist asked, "Oreos?"
"Yes," said the wife of the congressman. "My husband took him to help buy some of the stuff. I think it's great--capitalism wins no matter what Obama says."
Just weeks after announcing a program to make two years of community college free to all, President Obama has doubled down on "free" by introducing a plan to give all fourth-graders and their families a year of free access to all national parks.
In Chicago this morning, President Obama made sure to let everyone know that he'll was paying for his breakfast with Illinois governor Pat Quinn. "I don't take free food," Obama said at the food counter.
This month’s issue of AARP The Magazine is chock-full of important news for your golden years. There’s an essay on Dr. King’s America. (We’re still not past racism.) A piece about Obamacare. (It’s going to be great!) And a long feature about Bill Clinton’s new-found veganism.
The White House released this photo of Hillary Clinton lunching with President Barack Obama:
"President Barack Obama has lunch with former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on the patio outside the Oval Office, July 29, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy)," the White House caption reads.
The White House announces that Governor Mitt Romney will meet tomorrow with President Barack Obama for lunch.
"On Thursday, Governor Romney will have a private lunch at the White House with President Obama in the Private Dining Room," says White House press secretary Jay Carney. "It will be the first opportunity they have had to visit since the election. There will be no press coverage of the meeting."
The National Center for Public Policy Research hosted a “lunch-in” today at Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C. The target of the protest? “[F]ederal school nutrition guidelines that allegedly forced at least one student to forgo her mother’s home-packed lunch in favor of chicken nuggets,” a press release announcing today’s event read.
By noon today, the Dow Jones Industrial Index had tanked by yet another 400 points. So what's a hands-on, crisis-oriented president to do? Should he let the veritable army of in-house chefs crank out another executive lunch from the White House kitchen and stay close to the unfolding mayhem of the global financial crisis? Good golly, no—that’s what those üntermenschen predecessors would have done!