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Obama’s Farewell Address: One Last Round Of Clichés And Lies

AFRICANGLOBE - President Barack Obama capped his eight years in office with a vacuous and hypocritical farewell address Tuesday night delivered at the McCormick Place convention center in downtown Chicago. The first-ever presidential farewell address delivered outside of Washington, DC had the atmospherics of an overblown, cheap spectacle.

Black Americans Don’t Have Much To Thank Barack Obama For

AFRICANGLOBE - In 2008, Barack Obama was elected on a message of hope – which, for obvious reasons, had a special resonance for Black Americans. So, six years into the Obama Presidency, how have things improved for Black people?

Obama: The Occasional African

AFRICANGLOBE - “I have the blood of Africa within me,” declared Barack Obama soon after he became America’s first Black President, as he stopped over in Ghana some four years ago. This is the kind of eloquent hyperbole Obama has engaged in for years. He is a master of the art of demagoguery.

Why Is Obama Closing Black Businesses?

Black Americans continue to stand by President Barack Obama, despite how he and his minions treat us. Nine of every 10 African-American voters have...