The news that is not White House approved...

Los Suns?

If you plan to tune into Wednesday night's NBA playoff game between the Phoenix Suns and the San Antonio Spurs, something may look a little different.

Suns owner Robert Sarver is changing the team's jerseys to read "Los Suns" to honor the state's Latino community and the diversity of the NBA. Oh, and to voice his opposition to Arizona's new immigration law.

Sarver says that due to the law "our basic principles of equal rights and protection under the law are being called into question."

Mr. Sarver, maybe you should read the bill because it specifically prohibits that.

Government Motors

If you watched TV at all last week you probably saw this advertisement from General Motors Chairman Ed Whitaker:

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ED WHITAKER, GENERAL MOTORS CHAIRMAN: We want to make this a company all Americans can be proud of again. That's why I'm here to announce we have repaid our government loan in full, with interest. Five years ahead of the original schedule.

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GM received billions of dollars worth of TARP loans from the federal government but the inspector general who oversees the TARP program says according to The Washington Examiner, GM actually used a different set of taxpayer money to repay the TARP loan.

You won't be surprised to hear that the man who signed off on the GM loan repayment is none other than TurboTax cheat Tim Geithner.

Republicans in the House and Senate are demanding answers from General Motors and Secretary Geithner. We'll keep you posted on the story as we get more information.

Apology Tour

The Wall Street Journal editorial board is calling on Commerce Secretary Gary Locke to apologize to some of America's most powerful CEOs like Caterpillar, Verizon and AT&T among others.

When those companies claimed the Democrats' health care bill would actually increase their company health care cost, Locke called them disingenuous and accused them of using overheated rhetoric.

We told you last week that Democrats Bart Stupak and Henry Waxman had cancelled their hearing on this issue after the Democrats' investigation discovered that, whoops, the CEOs were absolutely correct.

So it looks like Secretary Locke is the one guilty of using that overheated rhetoric. The Journal editorial board is right, he owes those CEOs an apology.

Don't hold your breath.

You've Been Warned

If you're a tax evader and you happen to live in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, there's a new advertisement that you may want to pay close attention to.

Take a look at this controversial TV spot released by the Department of Revenue:

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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Your name is Tom, you live just off of Fifth Street. Nice car, Tom. Nice house. What's not so nice is you owe Pennsylvania $4,212 in back taxes.

Listen, Tom, we can make this easy. Pay online by June 18 and we'll skip your penalty and take half off your interest. Because, Tom, we do know who you are.

(END OF VIDEO CLIP)

Big Brother?

That advertisement might even make Turbo Tax cheat Geithner lose some sleep.

Haven't we heard the same scare tactics from President Obama's friend at the SEIU Andy Stern?

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ANDY STERN, SEIU PRESIDENT, FEB. 20, 2007: We took names. We watched how they voted. We know where they live.

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You've been warned.

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