Barack Obama

John Conyers appeared on the Bill Press show this morning and had some harsh criticism for President Barack Obama, regarding the Republican party and health care. He said: I’m getting tired of saving Obama’s can in the White House, I mean, he only won by five votes in the House, and this bill wasn’t anything […]

Remember the supposed war between the Obama administration and FOX News? Seems like that’s over. Yesterday, President Obama sat down with Fox News White House correspondent Major Garrett to talk about all sorts of things from bail-outs to Korea. Watch the clips below. TELL US: Do you think FOX can still complain that the Obama […]

From the NY Times: BEIJING — President Obama said Wednesday he is “very close to a decision” on a troop increase for the war in Afghanistan, and will make his case to the American people for his Afghan strategy in the next “several weeks.” “I am very confident that when I announce the decision, the […]

This is hilarious! Casey Gane-McCalla, from News One writes “I’ve always wondered where all the anti-Obama propaganda is from and how is spreads so quickly. Now we know.”

President Obama is being criticized by the way he bowed to Japan’s Emperor Akihito. Supporters argue, Obama’s bow was an attempt to be culturally appropriate; while critics say it was an embarrassment, and he dishonored the service and sacrifice of Americans who fought against Japan during World War II. Now granted, Emperor Akihito is the […]

What determines the power of a man? When comprising a list of the Most Powerful People, Forbes staff members were faced with many potential candidates, the good, the bad, and the ugly. Many of the nations political figures, business men and women, spiritual leaders, and criminals were reviewed. Their public influence, financial status, active use […]

New novel “Nairobi to Shenzhen” is patterned in part on Barack Obama Sr. GUANGZHOU, China – President Barack Obama’s half brother has broken his media silence to discuss his new novel — the semi-autobiographical story of an abusive parent patterned on their late father, the mostly absent figure Obama wrote about in his own memoir. […]

US President Barack Obama paid tribute on Wednesday to fellow political trailblazer Edward Brooke, who in 1966 became the first African-American elected to the Senate by popular vote. In the US Capitol rotunda, Obama presented Brooke, 90, with the Congressional gold medal, the highest civilian award given by the government’s legislative branch. “Today’s honor bears […]

If picking up Sasha were an Olympic sport, then President Obama would be a gold medalist: his 8-year-old daughter has perfected the acrobatic ‘run and leap’ greet. Rate the lifts on a scale of 1 to 10 (being a perfect score), as though you were an Olympic judge. Maybe the sport should be considered for […]