Back in 1990 a young Barack Obama was making a name for himself at Harvard University when he spoke at a rally in support of Professor Derek Bell and the hiring of more minority faculty members. Even back then Obama was a natural at public speaking.
President Barack Obama celebrated Black History month by hosting the "Red White and Blues" concert at the White House. This most recent performance by the president also featured the great B.B. King and Mick Jagger.
CNN's Roland Marting has been suspended by the network for a comment he made via Twitter during the Super Bowl on February 5th. Martin, who is also featured on the Tom Joyner Morning Show has been under fire from GLAAD (the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) for making the following comment:
At 7' 5" tall, Mamadou Ndiaye is a force most high school basketball players never signed up for. Being more than a foot taller than most of his opponents really has its benefits when you're trying to standout in the crowd.
You would think celebrities would know by now that they are always being recorded. In a video posted on YouTube shortly after the Giants defeated the New England Patriots, Gisele Bundchen is recorded saying "My husband cannot f***ing throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time"...
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