Haters Flip Out Over This Video Of The Obamas Singing Happy Birthday To Usher (VIDEO)

“Lynch mob mentality” comes to mind here…(read below). ADDICTING INFO The typical right-winger has incredible double standards when it comes to Presidents. Dubyah spent almost as much time at his ranch in Texas as he did in DC, and he loved to fish. He flew Air Force One around like it was his personal mode… More Haters Flip Out Over This Video Of The Obamas Singing Happy Birthday To Usher (VIDEO)

Watch Re-play: President Obama and the First Lady Host “In Performance at the White House”

Video starts at 43:00 LITTLE GREEN FOOTBALLS The President and First Lady will invite music legends and top contemporary artists to the White House as part of its “In Performance at the White House” series. This event, “A Celebration of American Creativity,” will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Foundation on the Arts and… More Watch Re-play: President Obama and the First Lady Host “In Performance at the White House”

Obama shuts down White House heckler: ‘You’re in my house!’

CNN President Barack Obama is used to hecklers stopping him during speeches — but he draws the line when the audience interrupts him in his own house. As Obama was speaking at a White House event honoring LGBT Pride Month on Wednesday, an accented voice rang out from the crowd. Obama wasn’t amused. “Shame on… More Obama shuts down White House heckler: ‘You’re in my house!’

Secret Service Solves Fence Problem by Adding Spikes

MEDIAITE Last year was the summer of White House Fence Breaches, when at least three people (including one baby) managed to climb over the fence that separates the people from the leader of the free world. Congressional hearings and firings ensued, and the Secret Service promised to find ways to beef up security. So far,… More Secret Service Solves Fence Problem by Adding Spikes

10 things you need to know today: May 6, 2015

THE WEEK 1.The U.S. investigates ISIS claims it staged Texas attack Skeptical U.S. investigators are looking into the Islamic State’s claim that it wasbehind the attack at a Texas cartoon contest featuring images mocking Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. The White House said it was too early to say whether ISIS really was involved in what would be… More 10 things you need to know today: May 6, 2015

Does Obama’s New York trip offer a glimpse into his post-White House life?

THE WASHINGTON POST He still has almost two years left in office, but the outlines of President Obama’s post-White House life might be starting to take shape. On Monday, the president will speak at the New York City launch of the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance, a nonprofit that is spinning off a White House initiative… More Does Obama’s New York trip offer a glimpse into his post-White House life?

Survey Finds A Solid Majority Of Young Voters Want Democrats To Keep The White House

PoliticusUSA A survey from the Harvard University Institute of Politics contained good news for Democrats. The younger voters that were a key part of President Obama’s victories solidly want to keep a Democrat in the White House. The survey found that Obama coalition is going to keep their support with Democrats in 2016: Overall, young… More Survey Finds A Solid Majority Of Young Voters Want Democrats To Keep The White House

10 things you need to know today: April 26, 2015

The Week 1.Death toll in Nepal earthquake climbs above 2,200 At least 2,263 people are dead and nearly 6,000 are injured afterSaturday’s catastrophic earthquake in Nepal. A powerful 7.8 magnitude quake and a series of violent aftershocks — one an estimated 6.7 magnitude rumbling on Sunday — rocked the mountain nation, destroying historic buildings and… More 10 things you need to know today: April 26, 2015

Russian Hackers Read Obama’s Unclassified Emails, Officials Say

The New York Times WASHINGTON — Some of President Obama’s email correspondence was swept up by Russian hackers last year in a breach of the White House’s unclassified computer system that was far more intrusive and worrisome than has been publicly acknowledged, according to senior American officials briefed on the investigation. The hackers, who also… More Russian Hackers Read Obama’s Unclassified Emails, Officials Say

10 things you need to know today: April 14, 2015

The Week 1.Marco Rubio joins presidential race calling for new leaders Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) formally entered the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on Monday, promising in a Miami rally to help lead the way to “a new American century.” The 43-year-old Rubio, who rose from the West Miami City Commission to the race… More 10 things you need to know today: April 14, 2015