Tonight kicks off the first of three presidential debates. Tens of millions of voters are expected to watch, and political experts agree tonight's debate will be the most important ninety minutes of the entire presidential race.
Democratic strategists are saying "everything's at stake tonight for Mitt Romney, and if he can't turn momentum his way,his campaign is effectively over."
Thanks to his support of civil rights, Bill Clinton has been wryly dubbed by some as “America’s first black president.” But chances are good Morgan Freeman disagrees with that — in fact, he says even Barack Obama doesn’t qualify for the title.
The Obama campaign has been catching grief lately for suggesting that wedding guests donate money to his 2012 presidential run in lieu of more traditional gifts. However, their latest campaign gambit to combine love and politics is likely to be a bit better received.
After admitting he was ‘Born This Way,’ the magic of editing (and loads of free time) brings us another crossover music video featuring President Obama singing the words to a hit pop song. This time, to LMFAO‘s overplayed, er, extremely popular ‘Sexy and I Know It.’
Barrack Obama ran for election on a campaign platform of transparency. He vowed not to fall prey to party politics and to maintain equal access to the POTUS and the White House for all.
How then do you reconcile that with yesterday's one-sided media reception...
Schools in France are dictating the diets of students in an effort curb obesity and other health-related issues - and to keep their children "more French".
France's government has essentially banned ketchup from primary and secondary school cafeterias...
Apparently someone is paying attention to the "eat what I say - not as I do" campaign; First Lady Michelle Obama was recently awarded one of the inaugural James Beard Leadership Awards.
These awards were handed out to activists, educators and business leaders who help create a “healthier, safer and more sustainable food world,” according to a release.