election 2012

The Rev. Louie Giglio of Passion City Church in Atlanta said in a statement he withdrew because it was likely that the “prayer I would offer will be dwarfed by those seeking to make their agenda the focal point of the inauguration.” Addie Whisenant, a spokeswoman for the Presidential Inaugural Committee, said the committee had […]

Usher, Alicia Keys and Stevie Wonder are only a few of the A-listers announced as performers for Inauguration 2013. The performers are scheduled to perform…

President Obama broke a 200-year-old tradition when he selected Myrlie Evers-Williams, widow of civil rights activist Medgar Evers, to deliver the invocation at President Barack Obama’s second public inauguration on Jan. 21. Evers-Williams, 79, will reportedly be the first woman to deliver the invocation and she is the first non-clergy member to deliver the prayer. […]

Beyonce is scheduled to perform the  national anthem at President Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremony on January 21. The inaugural planning committee also announced that Kelly…

If you’re heading to D.C. for the Inauguration 2013 festivities, you won’t want to miss the parade. The details are below. January 21, 2013, 2:30…

From Chris Brown vs. Drake to Obama vs. Romney, 2012 saw some of the biggest celebrity beefs of all time. Check out the video playlist…

President Obama addressed his Chicago campaign headquarters and was overcome with emotion. After a hard fought battle across the country he took time to talk…

As the louder members of the right wing media continue to stumble over the reality that Mitt Romney lost his quest for the presidency, concrete…

Nope! That is what most of America’s non-White male voters said to Mitt Romney on Tuesday. MUST READ: Obama Wins Re-Election As 44th President Of…

It is official, President Barack Obama has won a second term as POTUS. It was all cheers at the Election 2012 Results Parties at Excelsior…

After casting their ballots today and over the last couple of weeks, voters spent Tuesday night watching the returns at election watch parties. When asked what they would do if President Obama lost, the answers ranged from cry to riot to keep on working. What would you do?