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Obama Endorsed! : Aaron Franklin on President Obama's Visit: 'No One's Ever Just Skipped Line'

Barack Obama pulled the ultimate presidential move yesterday and vetoed waiting in the notoriously long line at famed Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas. According to an interview with owner Aaron Franklin, Eater Austin notes that Franklin almost missed POTUS:...

Obama Endorsed!: President Obama Ate at Franklin Barbecue

Obama talks with some locals during a surprise visit to Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas— Doug Mills (@dougmillsnyt) July 10, 2014 Today, in epic news that should make you stop in your tracks: President Barak Obama ate at Franklin...

Obama Endorsed!: Last night while in Texas, President...

Last night while in Texas, President Obama had an appetite for more than tacos, reports Eater Austin. According to Texas Monthly, John Mueller of John Mueller Meat Co in Austin, aka "The Dark Prince of Texas barbecue," served the President...

Obama Endorsed!: President Obama is in Texas this...

President Obama is in Texas this evening, and Eater Austin reports that he is making a special stop while in the state's capital: At a fundraiser tonight, Obama will get a chance to taste a new taco from Fresa's Chicken...

Obama Endorsed! : Obama Likes Pizza and Beer Just Like the Rest of Us

Our Chipotle-illiterate President made a stop in Denver yesterday for a night of pizza eating and beer drinking. According to Mashable and social media sources, President Barack Obama first swung by the Wazee Supper Club to have a pizza...

Billings Gazette Apologizes For Barack Obama Endorsement

The Billings Gazette apologized for endorsing Barack Obama during the 2008 campaign. An editorial published in the newspaper was entitled, “Gazette opinion: Obama earned the low ratings.” The Gazette went on to compare President Obama to President Richard Nixon. The newspaper apology over the Obama endorsement listed in detail the mistakes the editorial staff felt

SORRY ABOUT THAT: Newspaper Retracts 2008 Obama Endorsement. “The unsigned editorial goes on to li…

SORRY ABOUT THAT: Newspaper Retracts 2008 Obama Endorsement. “The unsigned editorial goes on to list many of Obama’s abject failures: the NSA spying on Americans, the crippling of the coal industry with no viable alternatives, snatching defeat from the jaws of victory in Iraq, trading five terrorists for an America-hating deserter, the VA scandal, Obamacare… [...]

Obama Endorsed!: President Obama Had Lunch at Chipotle Today

The Bear is Loose: President Obama lunches at Chipotle in Woodley Park— (@TheObamaDiary) June 23, 2014 Our sushi-loving President walked to Chipotle for lunch today, per a posting on Twitter. Obama doesn't leave the West Wing all that...

President Obama Endorses Trans Student Protections

'The fact that we are applying [Title IX] to transgender students means that they are going to be in a position to assert their rights,' said President Obama in a recent interview. read more

Obama Endorsed! : Obama Made a Surprise Starbucks Run in DC

Turns out America's fancy sushi-loving burger-eating President is also a fan of Starbucks and made a surprise visit to a DC location yesterday. According to NBC, President Barack Obama and and his chief of staff Denis McDonough took a...

Obama Endorses the Orwellian 'B1 Emissions Path'

Obama’s endorsement of the B1 scenario’s miscellany of anti-capitalism, communitarian ideologies and totalitarian schemes clearly reinforces the contention that green is the new red.

Obama Endorses Hillary Clinton for President?

Perhaps signaling that he would favor former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over Vice President Joe Biden if they both decide to run for president in 2016, President Barack Obama suggested that Fox News would miss Obama once Hillary becomes president. Show More Summary

Obama Endorsed! : President Obama Dines at Sukiyabashi Jiro in Tokyo

President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe outside Sukiyabashi Jiro in Tokyo President Obama's first order of business after landing in Tokyo was a dinner at the famed three Michelin-starred Sukiyabashi Jiro with Japanese prime minister Shinzo...

Obama takes sides in Hawaii’s contentious Senate Democratic primary

PALS: President Obama endorses U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz in contentious Democratic primary By Malia Zimmerman | HONOLULU — President Barack Obama has inserted himself into Hawaii’s most contentious political race, endorsing U.S. Show More Summary

On the Hustings

(The Illinois Observer): "Poll: Toni Preckwinkle leads Rahm Emanuel by 8 points in 2015 mayor’s race" (Politico): "Dave Camp won’t seek reelection" (Huffington Post): "Obama endorses Brian Schatz in Hawaii's heated Senate DemocraticShow More Summary

Obama endorses Senate climate hawk Brian Schatz in Hawaii race

In just over a year in the Senate, Schatz has emerged as a leader on climate change. He's now in a close Democratic primary contest, and the president has just given him a leg up.

President Obama Endorses Schatz in Hawaii Senate Race

The president gets involved in a primary race that's sharply dividing Democrats in Hawaii and across the country

Extra, Extra: You Will Soon Be Able To Complain To NYPD Precincts Via Twitter

Because you love the democratizing power of social media, check out today's end-of-day links: Nate Silver is not omniscient, illustrated hip-hop map, Michelle Obama endorses pandas, NYC maps, and dog battles. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]

No Surprise: Obama Endorses Johnson for Re-election

U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson’s reelection committee sent an email to supporters Tuesday morning, announcing President Obama’s endorsement of the congressman. Johnson is facing former DeKalb sheriff and fire chief Thomas Brown in a primary challenge. “My top priority in Congress is creating jobs in the Fourth District and working with the President to continue to […]

Reality Check

Kevin Drum declares that an Obama endorsement “might be the kiss of death this year”: Nate Rawlings summarizes other parts of the poll: President Obama’s job approval rating sank to a new low of 41 percent in a Wall Street Journal/NBC...Show More Summary

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