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Tag Archives: Obama
Given the fact that 62,759,366 Americans just voted for a misogynist to take the highest office in our land, the work of courageous individuals such as Amanda Nguyen are more important today than ever before. Nguyen was assaulted in college … Continue reading
The White House released a video message from President Obama welcoming in the Lunar New Year. Michelle and I send our warmest wishes to everyone celebrating the Lunar New Year here in America and all around the world. I’ll always … Continue reading
According to the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (WHIAAPI), President Obama’s guest list for this week’s State of the Union address included 23 people, who had the privilege of sitting alongside First Lady Michelle Obama, Dr. … Continue reading
President Obama announces executive actions that he will take to alleviate the problems of our current immigration system. To read what the President says after his first line, “My fellow Americans, tonight, I’d like to talk with you about immigration,” … Continue reading
Obama’s re-election is already old news and the calls of secession are becoming yesterday’s cocktail stories, but the big issue is that his first order of duty is his international tour to Southeast Asia to meet with ASEAN leaders on … Continue reading
This past Monday, President Obama hosted a reception at the White House celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Amongst the honored guests was Father Vien of the Mary Queen of Vietnam Church in New Orleans, who was profiled … Continue reading
Over the weekend, retired four star Army General Eric Shinseki, was appointed as the Secretary of Veteran Affairs in the new Obama administration. So what does this mean for one of the largest government agencies? Personally, I don’t think it’ll … Continue reading