Barack Obama est retenu par l'équipage de l'hélicoptère dont le pilote est un vétéran américain de la guerre du Viet-Nam.
Barack Obama is retained a few minutes by an American veteran who asked him to pass a motion in Congress of his country
The four years from the Obama-McCain Election to the Obama-Romney Election were an incredible period in US political history.
First African-American President; explosion and crash of the Tea Party; Sarah Palin's father of her first grandchild appearing in Playgirl; the almost first Latter Day Saint President; ObamaCare and the birth of the Occupy Movement - it's all covered here in haiku form!
Barack Obama is a tribute to the rise of a man who became the first African-American and 44th President of the United States of America. America, do not know what they have in President Obama, Americans have the real deal, the whole package and a leader that citizens of almost every country around the world look to with great envy to have as their leader because he cares for the people.
Presidential Candidates - a group of people intimately aware of the images they present, the messages they convey, and the level of scrutiny they face. How can we see behind the mask? How can we get at the truth?
Professor Barry Goodfield, a world-renowned international profiler, focuses his highly developed analytical skills on one of the most important Presidential elections of our time.
A provocative, unapologetic exposé on the Black voters and their relationship with the Democrat Party, as Black voters are characterized as paramours, at best Through immensely entertaining anecdotes, many of which from his own past, the author takes the reader on a journey through what has be called the "Black Code."
This collection of the finest, most important, and most moving speeches of President Barack Obama is a wonderful addition to any library of presidential writings, and useful to anyone interested in reading for themselves the well-crafted words of our 44th President. The Essential Obama includes every major speech given by Obama dating back to his 2002 address against the war in Iraq.