In December of 1964, a little more than a year after he gave his famous "I Have a Dream" speech at the March on Washington, Martin Luther King, Jr., traveled to Europe to accept the Nobel Peace Prize. A few days before he made his way to Oslo, he was in London, giving a speech to activists in England. Show More Summary
When he was first elected president, many observers, up to and including the Norwegian Nobel Committee, believed Barack Obama would represent a substantive departure from the foreign policy of his predecessor, George W. Bush. On the campaign trail, the then–senator from Illinois promised to bring the Iraq War to an end within 16 months. Show More Summary
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH LABELS U.S. A ‘HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSER’ BECAUSE OF TRUMP. Give the left points for consistency at least – Obama was given the Nobel Peace Prize only a few months after taking office; despite Trump not even in office, the Soros-funded Human Rights Watch is performing the mirror universe version of the same […]
Americans across the country will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday by committing to hours of community service in the name of...
Today in history, 51 years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. was award the Nobel Peace Prize.
We know you hate Kellyanne Conway videos, but this one is good. Promise. As you know by now, the Trump team and CNN are in a war right now over the reporting done this week about, well, let's just say it, golden showers-gate. The golden...Show More Summary
I'm stumped. The outgoing Nobel Peace Prize-winning president has confronted Russia over its cyber hacking of emails during the election. But he has turned a blind eye to Russia's overt support of Bashar al-Assad's slaughter of 500,000 Syrians, not to mention five million Syrian refugees and an additional six million Syrian homeless. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! President Obama's last year in office was marked by heavy bombing in the Middle East and South Asia. The last year of the presidency of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Barack Obama was marked by heavy bombing throughout the Middle East and South Asia. Show More Summary
As much as some hate to accept the reality of it, President Obama will shortly be out of a job. But fret not, there are many an opportunity for former heads of state/Nobel Peace Prize recipients/Beyonce BFFs. One at Spotify in particular feels perfect for Barry to take up come January 20 and has...
NOBEL PEACE PRIZE UPDATE: U.S. troops carry out ground raid against ISIS in Syria. The troops, who landed on helicopters, spent about 90 minutes in the area, then left carrying Islamic State captives and bodies, according to witnesses quoted by the website Deir al-Zour 24, which monitors Islamic State activity in that province. According to […]
Barack Obama was “automatically a saint”: he had barely entered the White House when he was honoured pre-emptively in 2009 with the Nobel Peace Prize for “his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between [different] people”. Show More Summary
NOBEL PEACE PRIZE UPDATE: U.S. Bombed Iraq, Syria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, Somalia in 2016. Congress had granted legal authority for bombing just two of those seven countries.
As we approach the end of Barack Obama’s term in office (we can all breathe a little easier now), let us look back on his accomplishments: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Destroying the Democratic Party Winning the Nobel Prize for Peace Taking a closer look at item no. Show More Summary
NOBEL PEACE PRIZE UPDATE: U.S. forces strike ISIS-held village in Syria. Four American Apache helicopters and two back-up helicopters, carried out a commando raid” in Al-Kubar on Sunday at noon…The attack targeted vehicles driven by senior IS fighters coming from Raqa, killing several and capturing others… Didn’t Obama say the tide of war is receding?
Following our discussion of the unprecedented bombing-fest that has been undertaken during President Obama's reign... Seven years after being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his "extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy...Show More Summary
NOBEL PEACE PRIZE UPDATE: Plus: “Who exactly authorized the U.S. Military to drop 12,192 bombs in Syria? Answer: nobody. It’s never been sanctioned by Congress. Illegal war.” You’re ignoring the Nobel Peace Prize clause in Article II of the Constitution.
Shirin Ebadi blames Ayatollah Sadeq Larijani for injustices after a string of hunger strikes by political prisoners The Nobel peace prize laureate Shirin Ebadi has called on the head of Iran’s judiciary to step down after a string of...Show More Summary
It’s been a long, memorable eight years. From the legalization of gay marriage to becoming the very first president to win the Nobel Peace Prize, Barack Obama accomplished so much during his time in office. Obama made the seemingly impossible possible when he became America’s very first black president. Show More Summary
For all his promises — and a Nobel Peace Prize — the Obama presidency delivered more hope than change.
The winner of the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize, as you know, is Juan Manuel Santos, the president of Colombia. He won for his peace negotiations with the FARC (the worst of Colombia’s revolutionary and narco-terrorist groups). Did he tailor...Show More Summary