A User's Guide To Smoking Pot With Barack Obama
Barry was quite the accomplished marijuana enthusiast back in high school and college. Excerpts from David Maraniss' Barack Obama: The Story dealing with the elaborate drug culture surrounding the president when he attended Punahou School in Honolulu and Occidental College in Los Angeles. He inhaled. A lot.
President Obama's Transgender Nanny
A heartbreaking photo essay on Evie, the transgender woman who looked after young Barack Obama, and the harsh realities of her shunned culture in Indonesia. Evie was hired by Ann Dunham, President Obama's mother, to look after young Barry when they lived in Indonesia from 1967-1971. The lives of Evie and other transgender people in Jakarta are fraught with hardship.
The Least Flattering Photo Of President Obama
Ever. Didn't think it was possible to snap a bad picture of our dapper president, but I've been proven very wrong. Next time, try to get his good side...not his creepy Amber Alert side. Add Pervy Obama to any image with our handy photo editor at the bottom of the page!
Yet Another Official Document Proving Obama Was Born In Hawaii
A recently uncovered memo from the U.S. Immigration and Nationalization Service regarding President Obama's father, written on October 31st, 1961, stating that "Barack Obama II" was born in Hawaii on October 4th, 1961. This obviously won't persuade anyone who still questions the President's nationality, but it should provide more grist for the oh-so-entertaining conspiracy mill. More on the document and its origins over at the Arizona Independent.
President Obama Comments On The Fall Of Mubarak
President Obama makes his first comments following the departure of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, praising the peaceful protests which led to revolution by quoting Martin Luther King: “There’s something in the soul that cries for freedom.” A moving and inspirational speech marking a momentous day in history.
President Obama's Speech at the Tucson Memorial
President Obama addresses nearly 14,000 people at the University of Arizona in Tucson, calling for unity and service in the wake of the shooting on Saturday. The president also relayed the good news that, earlier today, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has opened her eyes for the first time since being shot.