Must Read- April 7, 2014: White House Selfies, School Lunches, Captain America
'Captain America: Winter Soldier' movie poster Image by MGN Online- Marvel Studios
Two years ago a Willard student was hit and killed by a car. Friends and family gathered together to remember Sterling Seaburn.
Students are taking to social media to show us what school lunches are like under Michelle Obama's new lunch program.
- Students fed up with Michelle Obama's school lunch overhaul- menu-item snapshots spell out why. (The Blaze)
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin took place in a bizarre separation ceremony in the Bahamas.
The News-Leader did a piece on former council member Nick Ibarra. The timing is weird because there is no new information and he has been in jail for months.
- Losing control: a councilman's path to jail. (News-Leader)
President Obama Selfies:
The White House is upset that Samsung has used a selfie of President Obama and David Ortiz. They are considering a ban on selfies.
- No more selfies at the White House? (The Hill)
- White House considering ban on selfies with the President. (NY Daily News)
- White House slams Samsung's Obama-Ortiz selfie. (CNN Money)
- Obama Ortiz Selfie picture. (Twitter)
Trying to figure out if someone you know is a psychopath? Use these helpful guidelines.
- Psychopaths: how can you spot one? (The Telegraph)
Last month Cheney said he does not regret using waterboarding. Senator King thinks Cheney should undergo waterboarding then.
- Angus King thinks Dick Cheney should try waterboarding "if he doesn't think that was torture." (Huffington Post)
The director of Captain America is saying that they used real life political stories in the latest Captain America movie.
- "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" is about Obama's terror-suspect kill list, says the film's director. (Mother Jones)
Flashback: in 2012 New York Times highlights the kill list Obama reviews weekly.
- Secret "kill list" proves a test of Obama's principles and will. (New York Times)
Instead of repealing Obamacare, Republicans are trying to alter it to help fit what they think is right.
It's now okay to break the law, according to Jeb Bush, as long as you are doing it out of love.
- Jeb Bush: many illegal immigrants come out of an "act of love." (Washington Post)