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How to watch Obama’s inauguration online.

19 Jan

If you are like me and have to work tomorrow all the day long, you will appreciate this CNN article tipping off all the places to watch a live feed of the inauguration online.


click here.

Barack’s Announcement.

2 Dec

National Security Team.

2 Dec


Hillary Clinton, U.S. Senator from New York and former First Lady, will serve as Secretary of State.

Secretary Robert Gates, the current Secretary of Defense, will continue to serve in that role.

Eric Holder, former Deputy Attorney General and a former United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, will serve as Attorney General.

Janet Napolitano, Governor and former U.S. Attorney for Arizona, will serve as Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.

Dr. Susan E. Rice, a Senior Foreign Policy Advisor to the Obama for America campaign, a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, will serve as Ambassador to the United Nations.

General Jim Jones, USMC (Ret), former Allied Commander, Europe, and Commander of the United States European Command, will serve as National Security Advisor.

Barack’s national security team has been assembled to represent all elements of American power, diplomacy, and leadership that will be vital in overcoming the challenges of the 21st century.

60 Minutes Interview with Obama.

17 Nov

Click here to watch.

Crazy Leaders.

11 Nov

Palin didn’t know Africa was a continent. (Fox News)

7 Nov

Colbert and Stewart, together like lovers.

5 Nov

click here to watch FULL EPISODE.


Amazing world reactions to last night.

5 Nov

These photos were astounding to me. To see people come together like this moves me beyond words, so check out the photos and see for yourself…

(click on photo to see slideshow at Huffington Post)




Athens, Greece

Barack Obama Victory Speech

5 Nov

Click here for much higher quality/full speech.

McCain Concession Speech

5 Nov

I have to admit that this is probably one of McCain’s most honest and endearing speeches (for me). I respect his words here very much.

Click here to see highlights or full speech.