Posts Tagged ‘Barack Obama’

That’s my president Back story — In 1980, when Obama was a freshman at Occidental College in Los Angeles, he was approached by an aspiring photographer named Lisa Jack, who asked him if he would be willing to pose for some black and white photographs that she could use in her portfolio. More from [Time] […]


Let’s face it; times are tough right now. Even Barack Obama’s biggest supporters have to concede that he is facing some impossible challenges and it’s going to take years to sort out our economy. Fortunately, we have something to distract us until then: a collection of clips of action star Steven Seagal running. Whether thin, […]


An overwhelming majority of voters cited “economic concerns” as their main issue during this election, and with McCain bumbling over economic issues, he was easy to beat. We’ve all heard him say how “the fundamentals of the economy” were strong, but did you know McCain wanted to set the middle class/rich income threshold at the […]


LAST week she had to out-fox a challenge from online comic nerds for the gig, but now Megan Gale faces competition from Beyonce Knowles who revealed she wants to play Wonder Woman on the big screen. The pop diva, who starred in Dreamgirls and Austin Powers: Gold Member, claims to have met executives from DC […]


Many feel there’s never been a bigger screwup in the White House than our current president, but as this clip proves, behind every politician is a bumbling human. ABC News has collected the best “Flubs and Follies” from the 2008 presidential campaign trail, and there are real doozies here. Watch John McCain flub the pronunciation […]


At a campaign rally in Florida on Monday, November 3, 2008, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama scratched his face with his middle finger while congratulating John McCain on a hard-fought campaign. Some blogs theorize that Obama’s gesture was meant as flipping the so-called “bird” at his Republican challenger. (But we all know, that isnt the […]


HONOLULU – Barack Obama‘s grandmother, whose personality and bearing shaped much of the life of the Democratic presidential contender, has died, Obama announced Monday, one day before the election. Madelyn Payne Dunham was 86. Obama announced the news from the campaign trail in Charlotte, N.C. The joint statement with his sister Maya Soetoro-Ng said Dunham […]