Obama’s headed to the Big Easy. The President will touch down in New Orleans Thursday and speak to students at a historic charter school in the lower ninth ward.   Obama will speak at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Charter School, the only school to reopen in the lower ninth ward following Hurricane Katrina. This […]

Since his inauguration several months ago, one of the most popular president’s in the history of the American Presidency has faced an anger never before seen by any of his predecessors. Hated by members of the right while facing opposition from members within the Democratic Party, President Obama has had the unenviable job of navigating […]

Residing amongst the lower echelon of the NFL’s with of success challenged teams, the St. Louis Rams have been a team in desperate need of positive spotlight. Unfortunately for Rams supporters, fate seems to only be throwing more of the same their way, as more negativity has surfaced to plunge the team into more of […]

President Obama is making history today as one of only three sitting Presidents to win a Nobel Peace Prize. The esteemed honor was announced this morning by The Norwegian Nobel Committee for “his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.” According to The Associated Press, his win comes as a surprise for […]

For anyone looking to bask in the celebratory ambiance while catch a breeze from Lake Michigan, there is always next year, figuratively speaking anyway. Delegation from Chicago threw everything they had into the effort to elevate their city to a national level that it has never achieved by bringing the 2016 Olympic games to the […]

Congressman Trent Franks has been a thorn in the side of President Obama since the days leading up to his election. The Republican representative from Arizona was one of the first people to question the legitimacy of America’s first Black President, helping to kick off a movement that would eventually lead to the “Birther” phenomena […]

Glenn Beck has been a lightning rod, shining bright and on fire for all of the wrong reasons. The Fox personality and right-wing demigod has been on the far right side of political conversations. His stance has garnered him a highly devoted following at the cost of advertisers and a myriad of financial backers. Known […]

President Obama has asked New York Governor David Paterson to bow out of the 2010 gubernatorial race due to his increasing unpopularity. Two senior administration officials and a New York democratic operative said that Obama sent the request behind speculations “that Mr. Paterson cannot recover from his dismal political standing.” A Queens democrat Rep. Gregory […]

In an interview with CNN on that aired Sunday the President of the United States does not believe the racism is “the overriding issue” of the savage debate on health care reform. “Are there people out there who don’t like me because of race? I’m sure there are. That’s not the overriding issue here,” Obama […]

Alan Wilson, South Carolina Congressman Joe Wilson’s oldest son, spoke out about Former President Carter’s comments on the “you lie” outburst, saying it was “based on racism.” In his presidential center in Atlanta Tuesday (Sep.15), Carter said he believes Wilson’s outburst was racially motivated and made out of fears of an African-American president. “I think […]

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs rebuked allegations made by former President Jimmy Carter that racism is the undercurrent of the recent Anti-Obama backlash. A stammering and seemingly unconvinced Gibbs stood before the press at the White House and said, “The president does not believe that … that … [pause] that criticism comes based on […]

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said he believes racism is the culprit of the unrest as it relates to the current U.S. President, Barack Obama. During a demonstration in Washington organized by extreme conservative talk show hosts, Carter labeled what’s taking place in American society today “abominable.” ”I think an overwhelming portion of the intensely […]