In one of the least surprising hot sports takes of recent memory, President Barack Obama stated that he would take Michael Jordan over both LeBron James and Kobe Bryant.
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Tiger Woods may have been better served preparing for this week’s Accenture Match Play Championship, but he spent at least part of last weekend hitting the links with President Barack Obama.
In a recent “Inside the Marlins” column in The Palm Beach Post, there was a section entitled, “Stuff Ozzie Says,” which, without checking, I assume is a feature the editors c
To say that President Barack Obama has had a rough few days in the area of sports-related quips during speeches would be an understatement.
In light of the Tucker-Man’s bloviating meltdown regarding President Obama calling Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie to commend him for giving Michael Vick a second chance, Lord only knows how Tucker
From vlogger DoinTooMuch415:
United States President Barack Obama calls the Major League Baseball 2010 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants on Tuesday, November 2nd 2010 and talks to Giants
At This Rate, The Champions of The Ayrshire, Iowa Senior Horseshoes League Will Be Guests At The White House By Mid-August
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Despite our many political differences, affiliations and philosophies, one thing I think all of us can agree upon is that President Barack Obama is a huge sports fan and he