Well both conventions are over. Let round 2 begin.
Thought ex-President Clinton's convention speech provided a surplus of details while both ex-President Bush I & II had a deficit, but were much shorter.
The 2007-2008 NBA Champs, Boston Celtics, visited the White House on Friday afternoon, September 19, 2008. President Bush and team captain Paul Pierce addressed the media in the East Room. If you just want to hear Paul Pierce, skip to the 9:04 mark. And if you want to hear President Bush say the word “Ubuntu,” [...]
The President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, spoke at the Democratic National Convention tonight and broke some Twitter records (for politics) while he was at it, according to the company.
Extra points to Twitter, the site didn’t go down or falter once during the entire speech.
A new record political moment on Twitter: @barackobama drives 52,757 Tweets per minute.
Former Secretary of State, Senator, and First Lady Hillary Clinton isn't big on Edward Snowden. Clinton excoriated Snowden recently, hitting him for leaving the country, not availing himself of whistleblower protections here at home, and for asking Russian President a now widely mocked softball question. Read More
Believe it or not, it was 10 years ago this month that Barack Obama, then a candidate for the U.S. Senate, introduced himself to America with a speech that shook the Fleet Center in Boston. The main theme of that Democratic convention was the litany of George W.
As the FAA watches its drone regulation deadlines loom, President Obama intends to issue an executive order that will deal with drone privacy, something that the federal agency hasn’t delved too deeply into.