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Before President Barack Obama was officially sworn in for his second term as President of the United States of America, a group of pro-choice women who had worked for his re-election gathered for the EMILY’s List 2013 Inaugural Brunch. The activists enjoyed their 2012 victories: having re-elected a Democratic president, having elected a Senate with [...]
It would not be an Obama event if the festivities did not include a number of well-known celebrities. So it was at the 57th presidential inauguration, the second for President Barack Obama. In the 2012 campaign, Team Obama often tapped famous Obama supporters to help get out the vote – especially women, youth and Latino [...]
Vice President Joe Biden and his family made an unexpected stop at the Latino inaugural 2013 event at the Kennedy Center last night. The unexpected guest delivered a touching speech about the power of Latinos. “I think you underestimate your power and what you have done for America and what you are about to do,” [...]
On Dec. 18, we reported that inauguration preparations in Washington, D.C. were well underway. Now, a month later, the 2013 Inauguration is almost here. Folks from around the nation have flocked to Washington, D.C. to help President Barack Obama celebrate his victory and to kick off his second term. With inauguration weekend upon us, Washington [...]
“Inaugurations are about more than just celebrating. They are about coming together and making the country a better place,” said President Obama in a video filmed to promote the National Day of Service, adding that volunteering was the highlight of his 2009 Inauguration.
According to a recent poll conducted by Public Policy Polling, Americans have higher opinion on head lice and colonoscopies than of our lawmakers.
The national media has been keeping a close eye on the former President George H. W. Bush as he has spent over a month in a Houston hospital.
“I can’t do it alone. I need your help,” Obama told Americans who signed the petitions demanding that the White House tackle the issues of gun control and mental health care.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, speaking to a Tea Party gathering, warned about “a knee-jerk reaction” from the federal government to the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting, reports NBC. “One of the things that I hope we don’t want to see from the federal government is a knee-jerk reaction from Washington, D.C., when there is an [...]
The National Rifle Associated, NRA, has stayed silent ever since the news of Friday’s events broke.