Obama’s Glad He Used the N-Word
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Obama’s Glad He Used the N-Word

  (Politico) – President Barack Obama’s glad he said what he said. And he believes…

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Obama: Church Shooting ‘Raises Questions About a Dark Part of Our History’
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Obama: Church Shooting ‘Raises Questions About a Dark Part of Our History’

(NBC News) – President Barack Obama on Thursday addressed the horrific South Carolina church shooting in emotional…

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Obama Stays Neutral in NBA, Roots for NHL’s Blackhawks
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Obama Stays Neutral in NBA, Roots for NHL’s Blackhawks

  WASHINGTON (AP) — The avid sports fan who occupies the Oval Office is refusing…

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Obama Makes Personal Appeal on Trade Before Key House Vote
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Obama Makes Personal Appeal on Trade Before Key House Vote

ERICA WERNER, Associated Press CHARLES BABINGTON, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — With a last-minute trip…

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Commentary: Can Jews Cut President Obama Some Slack Already?
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Commentary: Can Jews Cut President Obama Some Slack Already?

(The Washington Post) – First, they said that he was anti-Israel. Then, some actually said…

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If You Type ‘N—- House’ Into Google Maps, It Will Take You To The White House
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If You Type ‘N—- House’ Into Google Maps, It Will Take You To The White House

  (The Huffington Post) – President Barack Obama is no stranger to Internet racism, but this…

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‘It’s Barack. Really!’ Obama Gets His Own Twitter Account
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‘It’s Barack. Really!’ Obama Gets His Own Twitter Account

(Irish Times) – US president Barack Obama has finally got his hands on his own…

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Obama Restricts Police Military Gear, Says it Can Alienate
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Obama Restricts Police Military Gear, Says it Can Alienate

NEDRA PICKLER, Associated Press CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — President Barack Obama ended long-running federal transfers…

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Obama Chooses Chicago’s South Side for Presidential Library
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Obama Chooses Chicago’s South Side for Presidential Library

DON BABWIN, Associated Press CARYN ROUSSEAU, Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) — President Barack Obama has…

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My Brother’s Keeper Enters a New Phase
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My Brother’s Keeper Enters a New Phase

By Freddie Allen NNPA Senior Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – While political pundits rush ahead…

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