You remember your first car, right? Ah, my sweet 1991 Sunbird - equipt with that high-tech AM/FM radio. I know what it's like saving up $250 to purchase such a beast and thinking "Man, I wish I were rich like, like The President, then I could roll around in a badass mobile like the Presidential State Car." Come to find out, President Obama wasn't always rolling around in such a suave ride.
I knew that President Obama was a younger guy and not the traditional stuffy old president like we are use to, but who knew he liked to rock out to Lady Gaga? News to me. He does a pretty good job with it too. So when he no doubt leaves the oval office after one term, he might be able to take up a singing career at least.
If you tuned into the Monday Night Football game last night between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Indianapolis Colts you may have noticed that something was missing at the beginning. That would be the signature "Are You Read for Some Football" opening by Hank Williams Jr., which will no longer be part of the programming due to Williams controversial comments about President Obama.
George W. Bush's presidency was rocked on the events of September 11, 2001. Not only was he the leader of our country, but he was tossed to the forefront of the battle on terrorism on a world level. For the first time, he sits down with the people at the National Geographic Channel for an intimate interview to talk about the events that changed the world and his legacy.
Donald Trump has decided to back down from the Presidential election. He's clearly got too much in his life going on in his life right now, and still has a lot going for him. Maybe with time he will change his mind
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is officially running for President. The Republican figure confirmed his long-awaited announcement on Wednesday in a video posted to YouTube, in which he said, “I believe we can return America to hope and opportunity … There’s a much better American future ahead.”
Former SUNY University at Albany president Vincent O'Leary died Friday, April 22, 2011 at the age of 86. He served as the college's president from 1977 to 1990, and in that time he made wonderful things happen for the school and implemented things that are still honored today. As an alumnus for the school, I thought it proper to highlight a man who made UAlbany what is was when I was a student , and what it will be for future students.
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