The same week President Obama added a new dog to his family, he's also come out against breed-specific legislation that forbids ownership of certain types of dogs. The White House responded to a "We the People" petition calling for the ban of all breed-specific legislation and claimed laws like Miam ... More >>
Today is the big day. No, it's not the day you'll finally move out of your parents' house. It's the day when Americans choose who gets to hang in the White House for four years.Read Also:- Obama Beer? The President's White House Honey Ale- Here's What We Eat Should Mitt Win- Election Day Dining Deal ... More >>
via Mediaite.com Obama awesomeness. We'll drink to that.We are lucky to live in the land of the free and home of the brewed. Our President broke new culinary ground by being the first ever to make a home crafted beer. Officially, it's called White House Honey Ale.This light ale is made wit ... More >>
Artist's TwitterCommon sure doesn't look like a thug.Fox News' Sean Hannity dedicated 10-minutes of his program last night to shit on Common, and criticize Michelle Obama for inviting the "controversial rapper and poet" to her White House Poetry Night. In typical "fair and balanced" fashion, ... More >>
Last night, Univision aired Gloria Estefan, the queen of Miami, interviewing Barack Obama, the president of the United States, during which she made Obama pledge to bring about a free Cuba by the end of his first term, provide a path to citizenship for all undocumented workers, and vow not to sig ... More >>
Joyce N. Boghosian Go ahead, make my day Blaise Compaore, President of Burkina Faso Michelle Obama has a ridiculously difficult job. She has to raise a family and schmooze with googly-eyed dignitaries, all the while still having to share her shortbread cookie recipes with Good Housek ... More >>
When Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtnin got the call that she was invited to the Oval Office for the signing of a bill she apparently didn't hang up this time. Yesterday, President Obama signed legislation that would award Congressional Gold Medals to the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War I ... More >>
Riptide offers to DJ Obama's inaugural ball.
The current staff of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave is still pretending like they're running the country and doing little pretend press briefings, even though the press could give a shit about them now. So the White House is all like, "hey, right back at you, press." Today, a reporter asked Press Secretary D ... More >>
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