The scandal involving the General Services Administration's by now infamous conference featuring spending on a clown and mind reader is certainly far from the biggest in terms of the overall dollars involved. After all, we're talking about less than $1 million all told.
That's pocket change at the Pentagon, where they can probably find more taxpayer money under the couch cushions.
But it may go down in history as one of the dumbest. A clown and a mind reader at a conference of federal bureaucrats? Really?
Historically, young people have been much less likely to vote than older Americans.
That trend has started to change in the past few presidential election cycles, especially in 2008, when a census report found that 49 percent of those ages 18 to 24 who were eligible to vote participated in the presidential election.
In a photo released by North Korea's Korean Central Agency, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (third from right) and other senior leaders attend a memorial service in Pyongyang, March 25, marking the 100th day since the death of Kim's father, Kim Jong Il. North Korea has been sending the world mixed messages since the death of the elder Kim.
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President Obama delivers remarks at Hankuk University in Seoul, South Korea, last week. During his visit, Obama warned Pyongyang against more provocative actions, at the same time reiterating the U.S. has no hostile intent toward North Korea.