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Mark Knoller recounts president’s year on the links

Before jumping on CBS News’ Mark Knoller for trying to embarrass the president by reporting how many times he hit the golf course this year, keep in mind that Washington’s unofficial statistician has kept track of all sorts of White House activities.

It’s amazing that the president found time to golf at all, but he did. This summer, he even took the rare step of inviting along three Democrat holdouts from Congresswhose votes he needed to secure the Iran nuclear deal.

It would be nice if the president’s head-clearing rounds weren’t quite so pricey. Investor’s Business Daily reportedthat a weekend golf trip to Palm Springs in February cost$1.03 million, while flight costs for a long golf weekend with friends in Palm City, Fla., in March ran$805,000, or$20,406 per hole.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2015/12/31/mark-knoller-recounts-presidents-year-on-the-links/


Boston Strong: Cleveland Indians host Red Sox, hold moment of silence [photos]

http://twitter.com/#!/Indians/status/324298953816432640

Fenway Park favorite “Sweet Caroline” greeted the Boston Red Sox tonight as they warmed up for their game against the Cleveland Indians at Cleveland’s Progressive Field. The teams paused for a somber moment of silence before getting back to something resembling business as usual.

Scoreboard at Progressive Field. twitter.com/jonmorosi/stat…

— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) April 16, 2013

Hearing Sweet Caroline play during warmup in Cleveland was touching. Win this for the city of Boston, Red Sox #BostonStrong

— Max Gennis (@gennismax) April 16, 2013

Indians playing “Sweet Caroline” before their game with the Red Sox. A nice little tribute to Boston. Had moment of silence before anthem.

— Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) April 16, 2013

Flag at Progressive Field flown at half-staff to honor those who were injured & lost their lives. #BostonStrong twitter.com/JennyDellNESN/…

— Jenny Dell (@JennyDellNESN) April 16, 2013

Watching the @redsox & @indians … It was surreal to hear Sweet Caroline play over the Progressive Field speakers. #bostonstrong

— Kevin J. LaDuke (@baseballkev) April 16, 2013

#Boston @redsox remember victims of marathon tragedy b4 tonight’s game vs Cleveland #bostonstrong twitter.com/echerneff/stat…

— Elizabeth Cherneff (@echerneff) April 16, 2013

Red Sox and Indians lined up for anthem to honor victims. Farrell shook hands with Francona. twitter.com/jonmorosi/stat…

— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) April 16, 2013

Indians and Red Sox. Moving tribute before the game, tonight everyone loves the sox #BostonStrong #Bostonians twitter.com/Smack_Walton/s…

— Jack Walton (@Smack_Walton) April 16, 2013

Proud to take this. He has a Red Sox and Indians logo on each cheek RT @indians: From our city to your city… twitter.com/Indians/status…

— Courtney Shilling (@cshillz) April 16, 2013

I can’t wait to put on my jersey today… I get to play for the strongest city out there. #BostonStrong

— Will Middlebrooks (@middlebrooks) April 16, 2013

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/04/16/boston-strong-cleveland-indians-host-red-sox-hold-moment-of-silence-photos/


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Owner of Las Vegas’ Retro Bakery blasts Common Core math

http://twitter.com/#!/RetroBakery/status/525461215850401792

Kari Haskell, co-owner of a successful bakery in Las Vegas, is known as the “queen of buttercream.” In addition to running her business, Kari is a parent. Yesterday, she posted a Common Core multiplication problem that made her head hurt:

We sympathize, and we’re not the only ones. Here’s a sampling of comments on Kari’s Instagram post:

I’m a teacher and I can tell you- common core sucks.

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This is the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen. Common core isn’t “approved” in my state yet but our schools are already adding it into the curriculum. The math “shortcuts” make my head spin.

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Not enough cupcakes to make sense out of the common core!

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I so wish we didn’t have common core here in Nevada!!!

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I told my son’s teacher to shove his homework the other day because of this bull!

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Common core SUCKS. I refuse to teach my children that way.

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Common core is the devil

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What was wrong with the old way? Oy vey

Nothing was wrong with the old way. It’s time to get back to retro math, along with some of Kari’s delicious-looking retro cupcakes.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/10/24/owner-of-las-vegas-retro-bakery-blasts-common-core-math/


Bears sign Michael Bush

http://twitter.com/#!/Michael_Fabiano/status/182856559574003712

Michael Bush scheduled to receive $7M guaranteed from Bears. Matt Forte scheduled to receive $7.7M guaranteed from Bears…for now.

— Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) March 22, 2012

Even though he has been the biggest part of their offense for quite sometime, Chicago Bears’ management and coaching has never loved running back Matt Forte. They continued to prove that on Thursday by signing former Raider, Michael Bush.

Bush is a punishing back and combined with Forte, the Bears running game has to be one of the most dangerous in the NFL.

With that said we can’t imagine how Forte must have felt when he first heard the news, especially when the team is unable to give him the contract he deserves.

So the Bears won't pay Forte but they'll give Michael Bush $14 million over 4 years? I'm confused. @GenoMrosko @lelandroling

— Sarcastic Prick (@RlCHIE) March 22, 2012

Michael Bush will be solid investment for #Bears in event long-term deal doesn't materialize for Matt Forte.

— Brad Biggs (@BradBiggs) March 22, 2012

Michael Bush to the Bears? I just threw up in my mouth. This hurts him AND Matt Forte. Awful. Just awful.

— Jamey Eisenberg (@JameyEisenberg) March 22, 2012

Michael Bush to the Bears? Looks like Chicago is handling business!

— Bethany Lamar (@bettelamar) March 22, 2012

The Bears picked up Michael Bush, huh? Damn good signing right there. Chicago making moves.

— Michael Smith (@michaelsmith) March 22, 2012

Gotta love the #Bears signing Michael Bush. Phil Emery just pushed Marion Barber out of bounds. #NFL

— Silvy (@WaddleandSilvy) March 22, 2012

"Forte" means 'Michael Bush got my money' in French.

— Paul Pabst (@PaulPabst) March 22, 2012

another solid move from emery to bring in michael bush. gives the #bears leverage with forte and a legit fall back should he hold out.

— dan durkin (@djdurkin) March 22, 2012

Da Bears sign Michael Bush, get Brandon Marshall via trade, healthy Forte & Cutler, Hester, Knox. Good defense. Team is dangerous.

— Curtis King (@CurtisBlow304) March 22, 2012

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/03/22/bears-sign-michael-bush/


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Stompy foot in chief and friends desperately try to walk back admission of failure

http://twitter.com/#!/BarackObama/status/248880031743500288

After President Obama’s colossal gaffe today in which he admitted that the “change” portion of Hopeandchange ™ is a total sham, his crackerjack team of excuse-mongers and sycophants is working overtime to do damage control. Still smarting from Mitt Romney’s Twitter glove-slap, Team Obama went after Romney in the best way they know how: shamelessly.

They still haven’t gotten over Obama’s “you didn’t build that” comments being put exactly into the context they deserved. Awwww … poor babies.

The ironically-named Truth Team went to bat for their boss as well, collecting a few of Obama’s pearly pearls of wisdom:

Barack Obama on change: pic.twitter.com/wxvHowNE

— OFA TruthTeam (@OFATruthTeam) September 20, 2012

Backpedal! Backpedal like the wind!

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/09/20/stompy-foot-in-chief-and-friends-desperately-try-to-walk-back-admission-of-failure/


Obama’s #WomenEconForum speech doesn’t impress women on Twitter

http://twitter.com/#!/SkiGarmisch/status/188273313909448704

As Twitchy reported earlier, the White House hosted the Forum on Women and the Economy today, which kicked off with predictable talking points and lame attempts at rah-rah sisterhood pandering. Wait, there’s pandering going on? Enter the Panderer-In-Chief!

Happening now: President Obama speaks at the #WomenEconForum. Watch live: http://t.co/g5ih2w0F

— White House Live (@WHLive) April 6, 2012

As always, Obama proceeded to use women as pawns. Funnily enough, some women don’t cotton to shamefully being used and treated like helpless little victims. You know, the kind of woman who wasn’t invited to the Forum, likely because they are too busy actually doing and not just whining. They made good use of the official hashtag, #WomenEconForum, to let President Obama know they were not impressed with his speech nor his actions.

RT @TeriChristoph: #WomenEconForum: Obama is Emasculated Man in Chief.

— Liz sans soul (@GoldwaterGal) April 6, 2012

No, Mr. Obama, what is clear to me, is that you will use women to advance your political agenda. Period. #WomenEconForum

— Sheryl (@sav01) April 6, 2012

Barack should just pat them all on the head now and thank them for being willing campaign props. #WomenEconForum

— Karen Townsend (@penguinponders) April 6, 2012

https://twitter.com/#!/Butterflytruth1/status/188273388261871617

President Obama had the audacity (not of hope) to say that “women are not an interest group. You shouldn’t be treated that way.” This from a man who treats women only as an interest group! Then he went on to blather about ‘personal stories’ (all about HIM) and encouraging adults to mooch off of their parents’ insurance policies as if that were a good thing. He threw in some attempts to further the “wage gap” myth as well. Women were again not impressed.

Obama: women are not a special interest group Go to http://t.co/NAPthcJG and look under 'groups' #womeneconforum

— ComfyPaws™ (@ComfyPaws) April 6, 2012

@TeriChristoph Dems couldn't talk if they couldn't tell "stories." Apparently they aren't able to understand concepts without an example.

— Connie Laubenthal (@conniedl) April 6, 2012

#WomenEconForum Um, this whole event is what being treated as a special interest group feels like.

— Anna Valeria-Iseman (@AnnaIseman) April 6, 2012

#Obama just repeated the lie that @PPact provides mammograms. Make sure to let all friends/potential donors know the TRUTH. #womeneconforum

— ctmommy (@ctmommy) April 6, 2012

Barack panders that he's working every single day on womens issues. Heh. Like he works on jobs and energy? #WomenEconForum

— Karen Townsend (@penguinponders) April 6, 2012

#WomenEconForum: "Things don't always move forward, sometimes they move backward." Sums up 2009-present very well.

— Teri Christoph (@TeriChristoph) April 6, 2012

Lying about Mom having no insurance? MT @TeriChristoph: #WomenEconForum: #Obama relating his personal story. It's all about him.

— ctmommy (@ctmommy) April 6, 2012

Missing from the President’s speech on Women and the Economy? Anything at all about, you know, the actual economy.

#WomenEconForum More than halfway through and not one mention of rising gas or grocery prices. #waronwomen

— Teri Christoph (@TeriChristoph) April 6, 2012

When unemployment is well above 8 percent it hurts women. #WomenEconForum

— Patti Sereby (@PSereby) April 6, 2012

https://twitter.com/#!/FirstTeamTommy/status/188256386357018624

#WomenEconForum RT @Timodc: Women in the Obama Economy: Poverty Rate Among Woment Highest in 17 Years.

— Brittany Cover (@bccover) April 6, 2012

Since Obama took office, the unemployment rate for women has increased from 7.0% to 8.1%: http://t.co/xDym8006 #WomenEconForum

— RNC (@GOP) April 6, 2012

I'm a woman in business and the only time I felt held back was when I was in a union. #WomenEconForum

— Call me Crazy, Lois. (@Mermaz) April 6, 2012

She must be one of those ‘not authentic’ women, so her experiences don’t count.

Even some in the media had to report on what a dog and pony show it was.

Official WH event on women in workforce closes with chants of "four more years"

— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) April 6, 2012

Not a forum, not about women (except so far as Obama can use them) and not about the economy. A campaign rally for President Obama, on our dime and at our expense. And the conservative women of twitter saw right through it.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/04/06/obamas-womeneconforum-speech-doesnt-impress-women-on-twitter/


Did he or didn’t he? Trump responds to question about Comey memo allegation

At this afternoon’s joint press conference with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, Donald Trump was asked if he’d ever asked former FBI Director James Comey to shut down his investigation into Mike Flynn. Trump’s answer was pretty unequivocal:

Read more: http://twitchy.com/sd-3133/2017/05/18/did-he-or-didnt-he-trump-responds-to-question-about-comey-memo-allegation/