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  • The Obamas had a secret party at the White House with Prince, Stevie Wonder

    06/15/2015 2:42:06 PM PDT · by McGruff · 51 replies
    CNN ^ | June 15, 2015 | Kristen Holmes
    Administration officials are remaining tight-lipped on a private party featuring Prince and Stevie Wonder at the White House over the weekend. During Monday's daily briefing, reporters drilled White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest for details on the star-studded event, which was not included in the President's public schedule, but was documented by guests on social media. "The President and First Lady did hold a private party at the White House over the weekend, but given the private nature of that event I don't have a lot of details to discuss from here," Earnest said.
  • Obama, Oprah, media to blame for black mobs

    11/28/2013 7:46:09 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 48 replies
    WorldNetDaily ^ | November 28, 2013 | Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson
    Did you ever imagine that, in America, groups of black thugs would attack unsuspecting whites? Did you ever think the first black president and Oprah Winfrey would encourage division and hatred between races? In today’s America, that’s the unfortunate reality. In what many tamely call the “knockout game,” black teenagers target whites to attack them without provocation. The aim is to knock the victim unconscious with one blow. Man, woman, young or old – it doesn’t matter – these thugs do not care. Authorities have reported violent attacks in New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., Connecticut and Illinois....
  • Obama enters Martin debate with personal remarks, questions 'stand-your-ground'

    07/19/2013 12:50:39 PM PDT · by yoe · 74 replies
    Fox News ^ | July 19, 2013
    President Obama publicly and personally addressed the Trayvon Martin case for the first time since George Zimmerman was acquitted nearly a week ago, relating his own experiences to the "pain" the black community is feeling and going on to question so-called "stand-your-ground" laws. The president delivered extensive remarks during a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room. He underscored the role race may have played in the case, saying that if a "white male teen" were involved "both the outcome and the aftermath might have been different." [snip] The president used the highly personal comments to, in his words,...
  • I Am a Black Man

    05/20/2013 12:32:45 PM PDT · by A'elian' nation · 40 replies
    Real Clear Politics
    Why the "I Am A Black Man" speech by the president ? Was it a simple invocation to young Black graduates or the president circling the wagons and rallying his troops? It was disguised as a Brother Souljah moment when the occupant of the White House gave a speech at Morehouse College last weekend telling young Black men to live a responsible life and stop making bad choices. He spoke about the "special obligation" he feels as a Black man to help those left behind. The president praised Martin Luther King and spoke of how the civil rights movement cleared...

    10/02/2012 1:24:34 PM PDT · by AmonAmarth · 810 replies
    Drudge Report ^ | 10/02/2012 | Drudge no-link teaser
  • Barack Obama: First President to Openly Support a Hate Group

    04/11/2011 10:07:24 AM PDT · by Winged Hussar · 17 replies
    IsraPundit ^ | 4/11/11 | Bill Levinson
    Obama's appearance at Al Sharpton's anti-Semitic and racist National Action Network is entirely consistent with the racist content of Dreams from My Father and his membership in a racist church.Previous American Presidents have expressed racist viewpoints, generally in eras in which such viewpoints were socially acceptable. Woodrow Wilson, for example, said that Negroes should not apply to Princeton College (of which he was once President) and his A History of the American People (1901) justified the creation of the Ku Klux Klan as a "reaction" to Reconstruction. Wilson never, however, actually appeared at a Ku Klux Klan meeting. Barack Obama...
  • White House to Impose "Fairness" on (College) Education Spending

    07/23/2010 1:46:55 PM PDT · by reaganaut1 · 16 replies
    Minding the Campus ^ | July 20, 2010 | John Rosenberg
    Speaking to the NAACP convention in Kansas City on Monday (July 12), Michelle Obama said that because of "stubborn inequalities" that "still persist --- in education and health, in income and wealth --- "the NAACP's founders "would urge us to increase our intensity." The White House, for some reason, appears to have heard her call, for on Tuesday, reported the Chronicle of Higher Education, "White House Official Says Civil-Rights Office Will Enforce Fair State Spending for Black Colleges." John S. Wilson Jr., executive director of the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, said on Tuesday that the...
  • 'Brown Bloggers' Group Gets a White House Meet and Greet

    06/23/2010 6:11:01 PM PDT · by MrZippy2k · 9 replies · 2+ views
    What a bunch of crap - I though this guy was elected to be the President of all of us, not just the brutha's...and who in the hell authorized a White House director of African American Media? BTW: If Afican American Media = Blacks, then would just plain ole American = White? 'Brown bloggers' group gets a White House meet and greet More than 60 small-site bloggers met Friday with Jesse Lee, director of the White House's Online Programs, and Corey Ealons, White House director of African American Media, while in the District for Blogging While Brown. The annual gathering...
  • Liberal Intolerance on TV: NBC wants Fox competitor Glenn Beck fired.

    07/30/2009 8:54:55 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 175 replies · 5,159+ views
    American Spectator ^ | 7.30.09 @ 11:39AM | By Matthew Vadum
    Chuck Todd and company at NBC News are outraged that conservative talker Beck won't --or can't-- be fired for calling President Obama a "racist." They blogged as follows: *** On the Glenn Becks and Howard Beales: The White House doesn't want to give Glenn Beck a bigger platform or extra oxygen -- especially regarding his remark yesterday that the president has "a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture" -- so they won't comment, even off record. Beck, after all, is a radio DJ who somehow ended up getting a national platform to give his opinion on politics....