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Former President Barack Obama’s Tweet In Response To The Massacre In Charlottesville Makes Twitter History

Former President of the United States Barack Obama tweeted Saturday evening in response to the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

He tweeted a series of tweets in which he quotes Nelson Mandela.  Continue reading Former President Barack Obama’s Tweet In Response To The Massacre In Charlottesville Makes Twitter History

Former President Barack Obama Can’t Stop Won’t Stop

Certain powers that be are really trying hard to dismantle the legacy of our former President Barack Obama. I don’t think they understand you can NOT destroy good. Evil shall not and will not prevail.

Now, all of the sudden, Congress just might try to take Barack Obama’s pension away because of a speech he is scheduled to make on Wall Street.  Continue reading Former President Barack Obama Can’t Stop Won’t Stop

President Barack Obama Makes History Again

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I’m pretty sure there are a lot of folks who are quite displeased with President Barack Obama as he makes history again Wednesday.

President Obama granted 214 commutations to federal inmates making it the most ever in a single day. This brings the total amount of federal prison sentences cut short to 562 during his presidency.

Impressive!

Most of the releases are low-level drug offenders with unreasonably long mandatory minimum sentences.

To read more visit USAToday.com

 

Black History: Barack Obama

On January 20, 2009, Barack Obama was inaugurated as the 44th president of the United States becoming the first African American to hold that office. President Obama was re-elected for a second four-year term as prephotosident on November 6, 2012 receiving nearly five million more votes than Republican opponent Mitt Romney and capturing more than 60 percent of the Electoral College. Over the course of the eight years, President Obama has accomplished a lot in order to restore the U.S from Bush’s mess. His list of accomplishments include ending the war in Iraq, creating universal health insurance by signing the Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare, improving the U.S’ relations with Cuba, lowering the unemployment rate to five percent, eliminating Osama Bin Laden, and legalizing same sex marriage just to name a few. President Obama is currently serving his second and final term, which will end in January 2017. He will go down in history as one of the best presidents we’ve had.