President Barack Obama
A great deal of pomp and circumstance has been made over Congressional approval of actions in Syria. But in the end, does the approval really matter?
The power of one Senator standing up for what he believes in on Wednesday may not win the day, but it could eventually change what is wrong in Washington.
The history made four years ago, as this country’s first African-American President was sworn in was obvious. But now that President Obama officially begins his second term, how will history look back at this moment in time?
Former Diddy protégé Shyne has gone on a Twitter tear against the president. The Belize-born rapper has been calling out President Barack Obama for not doing more to curb the murder rate in the president’s hometown of […]
It’s missing the great yodeling song, but Congress and the President are playing a classic game of Cliffhangers, from the Price is Right. The question is, will the little guy fall off the cliff?
One of the most surprising byproducts of the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy may be the productive bipartisanship in the midst of the storm that is the 2012 election.
They have been the object of the most ridicule, derision and criticism, and they don’t deserve it. Undecided voters don’t deserve the abuse they have been getting. In fact, they deserve our respect. Here’s why.
Like every Presidential candidate before him, Mitt Romney has come to a pivotal crossroads in his campaign. How he responds to events this week will define what happens to him on November 6th.
With both Presidential campaigns looking for the secret to success in November, they may only need to look at one simple principle for success, positivity.
First Lady Michelle Obama gave her husband’s relection bid a major boost with an impressive speech on Tuesday night, aiming for the hearts of voters, if not the heads.