Mash-up genius Fadi Saleh is at it again. The 19-year-old who runs YouTube channel Baracksdubs has just unveiled his latest editing masterpiece. Known for his viral videos of presidential speeches cut to the tune of popular music, Saleh's fans have requested the next pop hit for our Commander-in-Chief to (sort of) sing along to.
Barack Obama got the old "Bronx cheer" during the second quarter of the USA versus Brazil men’s basketball exhibition at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC, Monday night.
However, the boos had nothing to do with what the crowd thought of his job performance as president. Instead they were reacting to his inexplicable decision not to kiss his wife Michelle when the First Couple was featured on the arena's Kiss Cam.
Tack on another stab that the right-wing media will take in order to make sure Barack Obama doesn't become president for a second term. "Now he's killing old ladies!," they'll say. No, they probably won't, but still, the story is a rather sullen one.
The Obama campaign has been catching grief lately for suggesting that wedding guests donate money to his 2012 presidential run in lieu of more traditional gifts. However, their latest campaign gambit to combine love and politics is likely to be a bit better received.
Remember Amber Lee Ettinger, the woman who earned the nickname "Obama Girl" during the 2008 presidential campaign when she posted a music video showing her affection for the then presidential nominee? It became one of the most talked about viral videos on the web in the lead up to Obama's impending victory. But with re-election a few months from now, "Obama Girl" has had a change of heart.
The President was on a fundraising tour this week in Minnesota and his hometown of Chicago, Illinois as part of his reelection campaign. One of the stops was at a Honeywell manufacturing plant in Minnesota.
Yesterday, the New York Times revealed the backstory behind the memorable image of a five-year-old boy stroking President Barack Obama's head. Turns out, the photo isn't just adorable. It's also a powerful statement on race and Obama's role as America's first African-American president.
Steve Jobs didn't invent the internet. (We all know who did that.) But the Apple founder certainly created a lot of elegant devices which helped to make Web browsing the second nature that it is today.
If you had the chance to borrow the ear of a real sitting U.S. president and could only ask him one question that every American was dying to know the truth about, what would it be? Will Smith's oldest son Jaden got that chance, and completely failed.
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