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In response to President Obama's 2-for-22 basketball shot performance at last week's White House Easter Egg Roll, Glenn Beck and his merry band of radio co-hosts decided to settle the debate no one outside their studios was really having: Is Beck "better" than Obama at basketball?
Minneapolis KSTP reporter Mark Saxenmeyer was fired this week after a joke he inserted into the web script for a story on a Minnesota gay couple attending the White House Easter Egg roll made it to print. The joke was...
Reacting to the video of President Obama going 2-for-22 while taking basketball shots during Monday's White House Easter Egg Roll, ESPN's Tony Kornheiser called the performance the "most embarrassing moment of his presidency."
Millions of us out here in flyover country have long been of the opinion that Barack Obama is not a straight shooter. This weekend he proved it. During the White House Easter Egg Roll, the handlers gathered the kids around the half-court to watch the Prez, whom the press has led us to believe for [...]
Call it an epic fail or a brickfest, but President Barack Obama could perhaps have built himself a little house with the number of bricks he threw down on the White House basketball court during the Easter Egg Roll festivities on Monday.
Easter eggs, bunnies and little yogsters took over the White House lawn yesterday for the 135th annual Easter Egg Roll. This year’s theme “Be Healthy, Be Active, Be You!” promoted healthy eating and physical activities like yoga, obstacle courses and team sports, echoing the First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! campaign [...]Show More Summary
Reacting to the news that President Obama only made two out of 22 basketball shots during the White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, Rush Limbaugh mocked the mainstream media for covering the president's athletic failure by asking: "Isn't it racist to assume Obama would be good at basketball?"
Everything's political. Monday, during the White House Easter Egg Roll, President Barack Obama had some fun with the children and others, shooting baskets. But Obama was off his game, at one point missing 17 in a row, and finally going...
Elmo hit up the White House Easter Egg Roll over the weekend. Noticeably absent? Disgraced former puppeteer Kevin Clash. The new person doing the voice of the famous Sesame Street figure was there to entertain the children, and while...Show More Summary
(Image: OutServe-SLDN) On Sunday, U.S. Army Captain Zachary Evans-Nethers and his husband Marshall were invited to bring their children to the White House for the annual Easter Egg Roll. Unfortunately this was the only photo shared by OutServe-SLDN. However, they joined by several other queer families for Sunday’s festivities, which included the Easter Bunny, hunting for [...]
What's "Sesame Street" to do when the man who used to voice Elmo gets embroiled in an underage sex scandal? Find someone who is just as androgynous as Elmo to replace him. TMZ was at the White House Easter Egg Roll today where the new person doing…
by Chris Bodenner President Barack Obama stands in front of the Easter Bunny while he participates in the annual Easter Egg Roll on the White House tennis court on April 1, 2013. Thousands of people are expected to attend the 134-year-old tradition of rolling colored eggs down the White House lawn that was started by [...]
How well do you know your Easter trivia? Did you know that the traditional act of painting eggs is called Pysanka (from the Ukranian, pysaty, which means, to write)? Did you know that the White House Easter Egg Roll was started by President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1878? Here are some more Easter facts you might not know: read more
Candlelit vigils, costume parades, a White House egg roll, and Seder feasts are just a few of the many religious and traditional celebrations that took place in honor of Passover and Easter. World leaders like Queen Elizabeth II andShow More Summary
Post by Maressa BrownAlthough yesterday was all about fun and Easter games at the White House -- President Obama, the First Family, and 30K visitors took part in the annual Easter Egg Roll -- today, the Obama administration had an important announcement via Twitter. Show More Summary
President Obama must have caught whatever caused Marquette to go cold against Syracuse when he attend the Elite Eight game over the weekend. In front of a crowd of kids, NBA players, and White House reporters, he went a dismal two for 22 on the basketball court this morning at the White House Easter Egg Roll, missing his first 14 shots. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sometimes being president of the United States isn't just about being in command. There is also the rare opportunity to shed the heavy concerns - and the necktie - and spend time with citizens focused more on food and fun than po...
Taking part in a time-honored tradition, some of our favorite stars showed up at the 2013 White House Easter Egg Roll today (April 1) in Washington DC. Austin Mahone caused quite a stir as he made his arrival to see what President Barack...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama had a much-hyped, disastrous shooting performance on the basketball court during the White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, during which he had to ask a 10-year-old to help show him how to properly make a layup. Show More Summary