The Genesis of the Obama Revolution

21 01 2009

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The greatest compliment that can be paid to President Barack Obama is that on his special day, even the opposition party is fawning over the prospects of his ability to lead this nation. Republican strategist and former political director for President Ronald Reagan, Ed Rollins weighs in on future prospects for President Obama. Read the rest of this entry »





45 Years Later, Obama Becomes “The Man!”

21 01 2009

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The 1970 James Earl Jones’ film, “The Man” was based on Irving Wallace’s 1964 book about the rise of the first Black President. His son, David Wallechinsky reflects on his father’s words on this historic day. Read the rest of this entry »





Eye Candy | TiariTenee

21 01 2009

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Los Angeles native and model, TiariTenee may be new to the game, but something tells us that this sexy chocolate young lady has quite a future in front of her. Read the rest of this entry »





Reel Images | Neighborhood Ball

21 01 2009

The first couple danced their first dance at the Neighborhood Ball. With Beyonce channeling her inner Etta James, the Grammy Award winning singer/actor serenaded President Barack Obama and his lovely wife Michelle to “At Last.” Read the rest of this entry »





Eye Candy | Mizz Na’Tasha

20 01 2009

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Hip-hop model, Na’Tasha Salimi aka Mizz Na’Tasha has been getting plenty of notoriety because of her striking resemblance to her high-profile countrywoman, Kim Kardashian and her hippy, hippy hips! Read the rest of this entry »





President Obama’s Inaugural Speech

20 01 2009

President Barack Hussein Obama delivered a spirited text laying out his vision for the next four years while turning the page on the policies of his predecessor, former President George W. Bush. Read the rest of this entry »





Senators’ Kennedy and Byrd Stricken at Obama Luncheon!

20 01 2009

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UPDATE: According to a statement from Senator Robert Byrd’s office, he did not have a medical emergency. He left the congressional luncheon because he was disturbed by what happened to Ted Kennedy. Early accounts suggested that Byrd had trouble eating. Read the rest of this entry »








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