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It’s no secret that the USA is facing some serious social, financial, and cultural issues these days, and President Barack Obama sought to address such topics in his second inauguration speech this morning (January 21).
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He’s never been bashful about his opinions, and Lupe Fiasco ended up as a persona non grata during the StartUp RockOn concert last night (January 20).
The Grammy-nominated rapper, who hails from Chicago, decided to openly criticize President Barack Obama during the unofficial inaugural celebration.
Following a successful re-election campaign last year, President Barack Obama will be sworn into office today in Washington DC.
The 57th Presidential Inauguration also coincides with the Martin Luther King Day national holiday, making the event all the more exciting.
Officially beginning his second term in office, President Barack Obama took the Oath of Office in a private ceremony at the White House on Sunday (January 20).
Accompanied by his wife, Michelle, and daughters Sasha and Malia, the commander-in-chief was sworn in by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts just before noon in the Blue Room.
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He’s about to be sworn into office for his second term, and President Barack Obama will have plenty of A-list entertainment at his inauguration ceremony.
According to a report, Beyoncé Knowles, James Taylor, and Kelly Clarkson will all sing patriotic songs at the illustrious event on January 21st.
He recently crossed the 1 Billion Views mark on YouTube, and Psy brought his “Gangnam Style” goodness to our nation’s capitol for “Christmas in Washington.”
The South Korean sensation donned a red sequined sweater and red trousers as he took the stage to perform a holiday-themed version of his viral hit.
With so much going on in our nation these days, President Barack Obama has chosen to loosen up on marijuana prosecution, something Brad Pitt is commending.
The “Fight Club” stud teamed up with Russell Simmons, John Legend, and Danny Glover to release a statement encouraging the Commander-in-Chief to decriminalize pot.
He mounted an impressive re-election campaign and ushered in universal healthcare so it’s no wonder President Barack Obama has been named Person of the Year by Time Magazine.
The Commander-in-Chief was also named POY back in 2008, and given his accomplishments over the past four years he was considered to be a shoo-in.