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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Barack Obama’

Francois Hollande Attends Lavish State Dinner Solo

Francois Hollande, French President and rumored philanderer, attended Tuesday night’s state dinner with the Obamas all by himself shortly after a very public scandal and break up with his first lady. The French President and the Obamas enjoyed an impressive guest list, including actors Bradley Cooper, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Mindy Kaling, as well as comedian Stephen Colbert. They also enjoyed …

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White House To Host Maker Faire This Year

Every year, Make magazine hosts Maker Faires in San Francisco, Detroit and New York. The events attract people from all over the world to show off their latest engineering and artistic creations. For those who can’t make it to the three main Maker Faires, local groups host their own in places like Luxembourg, Rome and Tokyo. Starting this year, the …

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Sarah Palin Tells Obama No More Race Card on MLK Day

Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin delivered a message to President Barack Obama on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day through her Facebook page. After posting a quote from MLK’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech, she told the president that it’s time to stop playing the race card. Palin’s “race card” comment comes after a new profile on Obama was posted …

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Brian Schweitzer Mulls 2016 Presidential Bid

President Barack Obama would be the first to admit that he is not America’s favorite person. The current president has faced his fair share of criticism during his 6 years as president, most of which has stemmed from the right side of the political spectrum. However, Obama has now found a new opponent on his own side of the court: …

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Maria Shriver Talks Women’s Issues with President

Yesterday we reported that pop star Beyonce contributed a well-written excerpt to Maria Shriver’s “The Shriver Report,” which highlights women’s issues in America. She focused mainly on the imbalance between men and women’s salaries and the inequalities within the workforce. Well today, Shriver and President Barack Obama will sit down to discuss the poverty issue that surround many women these …

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Obamacare Heroin: Someone’s Idea Of A Joke?

If you’re in the drug-trafficking business, usually there comes a time when you decide it’s not enough to call what you’re selling by its common name. In this case, heroin. The usual suspects (“Big H”, “smack”, etc.) aren’t working for you either. So why not come up with a unique reference that will make your illegal product stand out from …

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Obama Commutes Crack Cocaine Sentence for 8 Inmates

Thursday morning, Barack Obama further cemented his campaign to alleviate the sentences of those punished for minor, nonviolent drug offenses by commuting the sentences of 8 individuals who had been serving time for crack-cocaine cases. The eight people President Obama commuted were sentenced before he signed the Fair Sentencing Act, a law which was passed in 2010 to reduce the …

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Lie of the Year Goes to Obama and Healthcare

After winning a Pulitzer Prize due to its coverage of the 2008 political election, the website Politifact.com found international credibility and started stepping up its game. The organization became so credible, in fact, that it now decides who the biggest liar of the year is every year. Since 2009, Politifact has been awarding an annual “Lie of the Year” award. …

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President Obama Challenges Americans To Learn Code

Ever since the dawn of computing, computer programming has always been a subject that has been heavily influenced by math and science. Just the thought of programming, where a person sits in front of a computer staring at lines and lines of code on end, does not sound like an exciting career to most. However, there is one initiative that …

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Obama Wants To Host ESPN’s “SportsCenter”

Perhaps you want to get the latest coverage on your favorite sports team; you flip the channel over to ESPN, and bam! There he is, your former president. Because in the future, it’s very possible that Americans may get another four, five, even six or more years with Barack Obama. That’s because he wants to be the host for ESPN’s …

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Nelson Mandela, Former President Of South Africa, Dies At Age 95

Nelson Mandela was a pioneer of peace, freedom and unity. The man who served 27 years in prison due to his opposition to South Africa’s apartheid laws, and later became the president of South Africa, died today. He will be remembered as a hero of the people, and one of the most significant leaders in history. The news was officially …

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Obamacare’s Medicare Part D Disparities

According to new information from U.S. News and World Report, the Affordable Care Act Medicare Part D is feasible, but extremely “wasteful.” This information comes after months of problems with Obamacare, including the failures of the ACA website. On Tuesday, the CMS reported that the new plan is saving senior citizens billions of dollars, but ProPublica, an investigative journalism organization …

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