Found October 25, 2011 on Lions Blog:
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I find it interesting that President Barack Obama praised the death of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi as "what the United States wanted" without a mention of the fact that Gadhafi died at the hands of a brutal mob beating and assassination rather than via a trial and conviction by a jury of his peers.

President Obama Adds Tumblr to His List of Social Profiles

President Barack Obama, or rather, Obama’s 2012 Campaign, has officially joined Tumblr rounding out his collection of major social networks. Obama gained a reputation as the social media President for the way he used networks such as Facebook and Twitter to galvanize his supporters during the 2008 election. The new Tumblr sees Obama expand his reach, with a less formal approach...

USA President Barack Obama Talks About NBA Lockout On The Tonight Show (Video)

Last night, USA president Barack Obama dropped by the "Tonight Show With Jay Leno" for a taped interview.It's been noted that Mr. Obama is a big NBA fan and with the lockout still going on, Obama voiced his sadness of a deal not getting done yet during his interview:<embed src="" type="application...

Obama to announce new steps to help housing woes

Seeking to circumvent congressional opposition, President Barack Obama will announce a series of executive branch steps aimed at jumpstarting the economy this week, beginning with new rules to make it easier for homeowners to refinance their mortgages.

President Obama calls for an end to NBA lockout

President Barack Obama, the first Baller in Chief, said two weeks ago that he was “a little heartbroken” about the NBA lockout. And, while making an appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” Obama again described the situation as “heartbreaking,” urging the NBA to follow the lead of the NFL and resolve its labor dispute before causing irreparable damage to the league...

President Obama also doesn’t understand why there’s a lockout

If you have the chance to interview the president, do you ask him about the Kardashians and the NBA lockout? Actually, I probably would ask about the lockout, but then again I write about the NBA every day. It’s on my mind. President Barack Obama was on the Jay Leno show Tuesday night and in…

Barack Obama Worried About Losing Entire NBA Season

Barack Obama has already talked about how the NBA lockout is negatively affecting him, and during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night, he expanded on his fears concerning the hoops work stoppage. From EOB: “Obama called the league’s current labor impasse ‘heartbreaking’ — the same word he recently used in Florida shortly after the NBA cancelled the...

Coach Robinson moves forward with own team

(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By ANNE M. PETERSON AP Sports Writer Oregon State coach Craig Robinson is embarking on his fourth season with the Beavers, but the first that he can truly call the team his own. All 13 players on the team were brought in by Robinson, whose hiring at Oregon State made headlines because he is President Barack Obama's brother in...

Jay Leno, incapable of much else, asks President Obama about the NBA lockout

Disappointment comes from various angles, deserved or otherwise. Should we have stayed cynics from the beginning? Should we have expected more from a President who clearly has little power to drive legislature up the relative kilt of a lobbyist-mad government? Should we ask more from a man who seems above a mess like the Jay Leno Show (formerly 'The Tonight Show')? Shouldn...
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