We have just witnessed the incredible spectacle of a vile right-wing celebrity being elected President of the United States. There is a right lesson—and a wrong one!—for Democrats to take from this.
You may have seen the above photo of Michelle Obama apparently hugging George W. Bush at the opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History and Culture somewhere online this weekend. It was passed around as an image that was, in the words of MSNBC.com, “so moving.”
Michelle Obama recently stopped by the Chengdu Panda Base to check out some pandas and feed them little apple slices. The First Lady seemed to enjoy feeding the pandas, because, I mean, who wouldn't? Pandas are great.
Everything about this is fantastic. Hell yes, First Lady of the United States.
When Michelle Obama's rousing speech at the Democratic National Convention concluded tonight, CNN's Wolf Blitzer was so flummoxed, all he could manage was a bumbling baseball reference that on paper seems fine but, when spoken, came off as if he didn't know, as the words were coming out of his mouth, that a grand…
President Obama brought the family to watch Team USA's exhibition against Brazil, one that ended up being a lot more interesting than expected as the American squad found itself in an early hole only to pull out an 80-69 victory.
Not sure who. Not sure why. Not sure how. But yes, tipster David S. — who wishes he'd turned his lamp off before photography commenced — is correct in thinking that's an image of First Lady Michelle Obama on an assistant Clemson University football coach's folder last night.
We were wondering if our President and First Lady could do anything to top what just might be The Best Week Ever In Presidential History. And then Michelle Obama went ahead and did the Dougie. This, you should know, as a potentially tax-paying American, is a part of the "Let's Move!" campaign and a partnership with…
Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals titled this piece of artistry, "With the First Lady!" and posted it on Twitter yesterday. Awesome on so very many levels not the least of which is the availability of $25 cabernet, per the wall-mounted wine list. If this image doesn't warrant lifting the unspoken ban on…
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