Last night the Democratic National Convention came to a close with a powerhouse speech from President Barack Obama. The President approached the stage with the popular Barack-esque demeanor, and a different attitude. The President made subtle jabs at Mitt Romney's lack of foreign policy experience, and his stance related to women's rights.
One line that stood out in his speech, was his reference to his failures during his term. It's not often, we hear President's admit mistakes; in fact it is almost foreign to us. In the same breath, the President spoke of the accomplishments of his term...
The President that everyone either loved or hated because of his extracirricular activities in the White House, is taking his celebrity to prime time in support of President Barack Obama.
The Obama re-election campaign has dropped a television ad featuring former President Bill Clinton, in recognition of the the "Clear Choice" in this 2012 Presidential Race. With a short mix between praise and pushing his agenda forward President Clinton is full blown #teamObama. Not a bad person to have in your corner considering our nation was in a surplus during both of his terms.
The ad will air in the following...
As states begin to wrap up their primaries and the time is winding down for the GOP to pick their nominee, more insight into President Obama's campaign strategy is buzzing in the media.
In 2008, Hillary Clinton made significant strides in the race for the Democratic Nominee, she was (and still remains) a favorite amongst women voters. During President Obama's first term he appointed Mrs. Clinton Secretary of State, making her an important ally in his administration.
Now 4 years later he is up for re-election and winning the women's vote will be vital in defeating the GOP ultra-conservative...
“Who gon stop me?
No brakes, I need State Farm
So many watches I need eight arms,
One neck but got eight charms (who gon stop me huh?)”
The above is the lyrics of one of Jay Z and Kanye West's most spirited tracks, on the "Watch the Throne" album. The track titled, “Who Gon Stop Me” is a song about being indestructible, proceeding full force, and taking the advice of those that have come before you. The U.S. throne has been occupied by 44 different individuals, all of which have been men. Three women have targeted the ‘Throne,’ but one seems to have what the others didn’t.