We are all familiar with the phenomenon known as Barack Obama. Details (if other): Cancel. We are all familiar with the phenomenon known as Barack Obama. However, many of us don't know what he has worked for while in the Senate-what sort of legislation has he, himself, sponsored or co-sponsored.
Saving social security: a speech at the National Press Club. The courage to do extraordinary things: a speech to the NAACP's Fight for Freedom Fund.
Excellent Books, c2009. Physical Description. 229 p. ; 22 cm. Subjects. Saving social security: a speech at the National Press Club. Privacy and freedom: a speech to the American Library Association. Honoring America's veterans: a speech to the American Legion. If we stand together, we rise together: a speech to the AFL-CIO National Convention. World-class education: teaching our kids in the twenty-first century.
Maureen Harrison, Steve Gilbert.
book by Maureen Harrison. Maureen Harrison, Steve Gilbert.
Barack Obama served as the 44th President of the United States
Barack Obama served as the 44th President of the United States. His story is the American story - values from the heartland, a middle-class upbringing in a strong family, hard work and education as the means of getting ahead, and the conviction that a life so blessed should be lived in service to others. Barack Obama served as the 44th President of the United States.
This article is part of a series about. Obama takes a left-handed jump shot during a pickup game on the White House basketball court, 2009. The purchase of an adjacent lot-and sale of part of it to Obama by the wife of developer, campaign donor and friend Tony Rezko-attracted.
The inaugural speech from January 20, 2009 caps off this issue - no cliffhangers here, as. .
The inaugural speech from January 20, 2009 caps off this issue - no cliffhangers here, as the next issue box solicits "The First 100 Days. Mariotte tries to present an impartial retelling of the events from the 2008 Presidential race, but at this point, anyone picking up this book is going to find incongruities and a partisan attitude. This issue is filled to the staples with recountings of the events that transpired to land Obama in the White House and even includes quotes that just seem out of place hanging next to illustrations of key political personnel, such as the now infamous, "That one," as uttered by Senator John McCain. Presents a collection of speeches by Barack Obama on such topics as the withdrawal from Iraq, social security, global warming, voting rights, and the legacies of Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr. show more.