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The Inauguration of Change 2009

January 20, 2009

Today we gathered
at the crossroads of history,
Where the past meets the present
and the present, the future.

The Dunce was deposed— 362 more words

One Righteous Poet

President Obama, ain't we Amer-I-can too?

Midterm elections are typically viewed as a mandate for or against the party that is currently in power. As a result of this year’s fallout the Democratic Party, by losing control of the Senate, has all but given away any semblance of real power on Capitol Hill other than the presidential veto. 1,156 more words

Nevada Rancher, Cliven Bundy, And Parallels

Sean Hannity as hero in “sedition!”

The Daily Kos posted the following image mere days after the nation’s 44th President, Barack H. Obama, accepted his election victory via our Constitutional process. 318 more words

Media Matters

The last day Of Black History Month but, we're making history every day! Lets end this month with someone who has it hard but, is trying his best to make a way! : President Barack Obama

 Fun fact: “Barack Obama is the 44th and current president of the United States, and the first African American to serve as U.S. president. First elected to the presidency in 2008, he won a second term in 2012.”


Black History

Today in Black History: January 21, 2013 "The Second Inauguration of President Barack Obama"

On today in 2013, Barack Obama was sworn in to his second term as the 44th President of the United States. The private ceremony was held on Sunday, January 20, 2013 in the Blue Room of the White House. 54 more words

Today In Black History

aToday in Black History: January 17, 1964 "The Birth of Michelle Obama"

On today in 1964, Michelle Obama was born in Chicago, Illinois. She is a Lawyer, writer, and the wife of the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama. 105 more words

Today In Black History

American hypocrisy

In his speech on Syria, the President appealed to what he called his “friends on the left,” saying,

“I ask you to reconcile your belief in freedom and dignity for all people with those images of children writhing in pain, and going still on a cold hospital floor.  86 more words