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It’s Raining Videos: ObamaCrat After Dark™


By Jueseppi B.




The White House Videos


The First Lady Honors National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award Winners


Published on Nov 22, 2013

First Lady Michelle Obama, Honorary Chair of the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, honors the 2013 winners of the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards. November 22, 2013.




West Wing Week 11/22/13 or, “A Man, A Plan, A Canal, Panama!”


Published on Nov 22, 2013

Welcome to the West Wing Week, your guide to everything that’s happening at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and beyond! This week, the Vice President traveled to Houston and Panama, the President honored the legacy of John F. Kennedy, this year’s Medal of Freedom Winners and Nobel Laureates, and attended the Wall Street Journal‘s CEO Summit. That’s November 15th to 21st or “A Man, A Plan, A Canal, Panama!”




We the Geeks: Student Startups


Streamed live on Nov 22, 2013

We the Geeks: Student Startups




11/22/13: White House Press Briefing


Published on Nov 22, 2013

White House Press Briefings are conducted most weekdays from the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room in the West Wing.







Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient – Oprah Winfrey


Published on Nov 22, 2013

Oprah Winfrey is one of the world’s most successful broadcast journalists. She is best known for creating The Oprah Winfrey Show, which became the highest rated talk show in America for 25 years. Ms. Winfrey has long been active in philanthropic causes and expanding opportunities for young women. She has received numerous awards throughout her career, including the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award in 2002 and the Kennedy Center Honors in 2010.




Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient – Loretta Lynn


Published on Nov 22, 2013

Loretta Lynn is a country music legend. Raised in rural Kentucky, she emerged as one of the first successful female country music vocalists in the early 1960s, courageously breaking barriers in an industry long dominated by men. Ms. Lynn’s numerous accolades include the Kennedy Center Honors in 2003 and the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010.




Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient – Cordy Tindell “C.T.” Vivian


Published on Nov 22, 2013

C.T. Vivian is a distinguished minister, author, and organizer. A leader in the Civil Rights Movement and friend to the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., he participated in Freedom Rides and sit-ins across our country. Dr. Vivian also helped found numerous civil rights organizations, including Vision, the National Anti-Klan Network, and the Center for Democratic Renewal. In 2012, he returned to serve as interim President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.




Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient – Mario Molina


Published on Nov 22, 2013

Mario Molina is a visionary chemist and environmental scientist. Born in Mexico, Dr. Molina came to America to pursue his graduate degree. He later earned the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for discovering how chlorofluorocarbons deplete the ozone layer. Dr. Molina is a professor at the University of California, San Diego; Director of the Mario Molina Center for Energy and Environment; and a member of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.




Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient – Patricia Wald


Published on Nov 22, 2013

Patricia Wald is one of the most respected appellate judges of her generation. After graduating as 1 of only 11 women in her Yale University Law School class, she became the first woman appointed to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, and served as Chief Judge from 1986-1991. She later served on the International Criminal Tribunal in The Hague. Ms. Wald currently serves on the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board.




Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient – Gloria Steinem


Published on Nov 22, 2013

Gloria Steinem is a renowned writer and activist for women’s equality. She was a leader in the women’s liberation movement, co-founded Ms. magazine, and helped launch a wide variety of groups and publications dedicated to advancing civil rights. Ms. Steinem has received dozens of awards over the course of her career, and remains an active voice for women’s rights.




Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient – Arturo Sandoval


Published on Nov 22, 2013

Arturo Sandoval is a celebrated jazz trumpeter, pianist, and composer. Born outside Havana, he became a protégé of jazz legend Dizzy Gillespie and gained international acclaim as a dynamic performer. He defected to the United States in 1990 and later became an American citizen. He has been awarded nine Grammy Awards and is widely considered one of the greatest living jazz artists.




Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient – Tam O’Shaugnessy on Behalf of Sally Ride


Published on Nov 22, 2013

Tam O’Shaugnessy, who accepted the Medal of Freedom on behalf of Sally Ride, speaks about her life’s work and impact to the world.

Sally Ride was the first American female astronaut to travel to space. As a role model to generations of young women, she advocated passionately for science education, stood up for racial and gender equality in the classroom, and taught students from every background that there are no limits to what they can accomplish. Dr. Ride also served in several administrations as an advisor on space exploration.




Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient – Senator Richard Lugar


Published on Nov 22, 2013

Richard Lugar represented Indiana in the United States Senate for more than 30 years. An internationally respected statesman, he is best known for his bipartisan leadership and decades-long commitment to reducing the threat of nuclear weapons. Prior to serving in Congress, Senator Lugar was a Rhodes Scholar and Mayor of Indianapolis from 1968 to 1975. He currently serves as President of the Lugar Center.




Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient – Daniel Kahneman


Published on Nov 22, 2013

Daniel Kahneman is a pioneering scholar of psychology. After escaping Nazi occupation in World War II, Dr. Kahneman immigrated to Israel, where he served in the Israel Defense Forces and trained as a psychologist. Alongside Amos Tversky, he applied cognitive psychology to economic analysis, laying the foundation for a new field of research and earning the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2002. He is currently a professor at Princeton University.




Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient – “Mr Cub” Ernie Banks


Published on Nov 22, 2013

Known to many as “Mr. Cub,” Ernie Banks is one of the greatest baseball players of all time. During his 19 seasons with the Chicago Cubs, he played in 11 All-Star Games, hit over 500 home runs, and became the first National League player to win Most Valuable Player honors in back-to-back years. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1977, his first year of eligibility.





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  1. I so enjoyed those videos, thanks for that. Each of the medal winners brought something special to the table, didn’t they.

    I am with you, who would want the job of POTUS? What a terrible job. I have watched this president age horribly. Do you wonder sometimes if he doesn’t think to himself, “who needs this sh*t?” I know I would, hell I think I would be tempted to violence by some of those clowns. He is a far better man than I could ever be faced with what he is faced with each and every day.


    • The medal recipients were all great choices and each did come a different walk of life. That made them all very interesting. Hope you are safely back home.


  2. The West Wing was cool. I was looking at Barack’s face and he has a very animated face; his face is very interesting and shows great emotion whether he is laughing or he is serious. Last week was a hard week for him and it showed – actually right after the healthcare website was launched. What a wonderful face. Thanks for this post.


    • I would never be POTUS, each of the last 2 Democrats have aged beyond their years while Dubbya Bush looks as he did the day he took office….that tells you tons about the parties.


      • Obama has done his job as president – fighting an uphill battle with one hand tied behind his back. Let me tell you something you may already know – black don’t crack. He may age somewhat but he will come out of this smelling like a rose. Things are changing in this country and I believe when minorities are equal in numbers to whites, the balance of power will shift. It may not be soon but it will happen. Barack Obama was the right man for the job.

        Think about this… W. may look the same but he is also still stupid.


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