Who on radio keeps attacking President Obama?
Conservative talk show hosts like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Jason Lewis, Mark Levin, among others.
Has media referred to President Obama as Mr more than it has with those who previously served as president?
The answer to that is no. NPR (National Public Radio) recently gave an explanation to that. When addressing the President, the reporter will initially say Mr. President or President Obama. Then afterwards his name will be used (Barack Obama).
Given that Mr. Cunningham is a conservative and has been highly critical of the president, it is doubtful he has any kind of crush on Mr. Obama.
Franklin Roosevelt was the one who started the idea of regular radio broadcasts with his "fireside chats". Subsequent presidents , including President Obama , have continued the practice of making regular radio broadcasts.
The president spoke to congress, but he also spoke to the nation (and the world at large), since the address was televised, broadcast on radio and streamed on the internet.
Almost every media outlet, tv, newspapers, radio, magazines. All liberal media promote him.
This is patently false. President Obama does not randomly do anything. To quell an internet romor put out by right wing radio and Fox News, President Obama does not give grants "random people." President Obama only gives grants to people he owes or expects political favors from. No grants have been given to any tea Party members, Republicans, or anyone who supports the U.S. Constitution. I hope this stops the internet myth once and for… Read More
Yes, he does. In fact, on his radio show and on his website, he has expressed very negative views about Birtherism and advised the proponents of this belief to stop promoting it. That said, it should be noted that Mr. Beck is a vocal and long-time opponent of President Obama, and has claimed, among other things, that the president hates white people. However, he does agree that the president was born in the United States.
Of course he does. But usually, people who ask that have heard on some talk radio program or read in some commentary that the president is a bad guy who doesn't care about the American people. This was true under President Bush and it's true under President Obama. Political opponents often translate their opposition to the president into claims the president doesn't care. These claims are false. I may disagree with a president's policies, but… Read More
If you are quoting directly from President Obama's speech (from a transcription of it, or from the speech as you saw Mr. Obama himself deliver it on radio or TV), it is a primary source. If you are quoting from other people -- reporters or political scientists or columnists who are talking about the speech or giving their opinions of what Mr. Obama said, those are secondary sources.
That was Tagg Romney, who was interviewed on a conservative radio program and made the comment that when he heard the president "lying" about his father, he wanted to punch him. It should be noted, however, that a few days later, at the conclusion of the next presidential debate, Tagg was on stage with the president and issued an apology, which the president accepted.
the first president who spoke on radio was wilson.
Many people believe President Obama is charismatic because he is a good speaker who has the ability to inspire and motivate an audience. These are valuable skills, and not every president has them: Herbert Hoover, for example, was a notoriously poor public speaker, especially on radio (the dominant medium of his day); conversely, both Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton have exemplified charisma and skill at public speaking.
Harding was the first to talk on radio.
Calvin Coolidge was the first president to give an address on the radio. The date was Dec. 6, 1923. He was also the first president to use the radio extensively.
Warren G. Harding He was the first President to speak on the radio and the first to have a radio in the White House.
President Franklin D Roosevelt gave radio talks
Actually, he wasn't yet president. George W. Bush was still president, and would be until Mr. Obama's inauguration in January 2009. In December, President-Elect Obama was giving talks on radio and TV, and being interviewed by major journalists about what his plans were for the economy, and what he hoped to do once he took office. He was also putting his team into place and preparing to take over the running of the country. He… Read More
Warren Harding was the first president to be heard on the radio in 1922. Calvin Coolidge was the first president to give a radio specific address on December 6, 1923.
Of course. Nearly every president makes enemies, since the public does not always agree with the person who is leading the country. In the case of President Obama, many conservative Republicans became very opposed to him and his policies, and did everything they could to make him a one-term president; their efforts were unsuccessful, however, and he managed to get re-elected in 2012. Also, Mr. Obama has some enemies in conservative talk radio, who have… Read More
Jose Mba Obama Bendomo is the Vice Minister of Information, Radio and Press in Equatorial Guinea.
The first person to have a recording on the radio was Warren Harding. The first president to actually speak live on the radio was Calvin Coolidge.
Warren G. Harding was the first US President to own a radio.
I am not sure which film you are asking about, but Mr. Obama has said in numerous TV, radio, and newspaper interviews that he is a Christian. Further, ministers who know him and have visited the White House to pray with him have also said he is a Christian.
Warren Harding becomes first president to be heard on the radio on June 14, 1922:
It depends on which debate, since there were three of them. Most critics believe Mr. Romney won the first debate (although people who listened on radio seemed to feel it was a draw, as opposed to TV watchers, who thought Romney made a better impression); the polls and the majority of critics believe that President Obama won the second debate; and the third seems to be the most partisan-- Republicans believe Romney won, while Democrats… Read More
Who was the first president to have the opportunity to use radio as a means of communicating with the public?
Who was the first president to have the opportunity to use radio as a means of communicating with the public?
who was the first president to be able to use the radio as a means of talking to the public?
Calvin Coolage was the first president to be elected when the radio was used to give the results.
Calvin Coolidge was the first US president whose inauguration was broadcast over the radio, in 1925.
Warren Harding was the first to speak on the radio. The date was flag day, June 14,1922 and it was not a formal speech. On December 6, 1923, President Coolidge was the first president to have his state of the union address heard on the radio.
Right now, i heard on the radio, Obama is at 76% and Romney's at 74%? it was 76 and 74 something.
radio is screwed up.
Did 'Pat' Boone ever apologized to President Obama for telling lies and baring false witness against him?
No, he never did, and it is doubtful that he ever will. But in fairness to Pat Boone and others who are proudly anti-Obama, they genuinely believe what they are saying. Their opinions are constantly reinforced when they watch anti-Obama TV commentators, read anti-Obama websites, and constantly hear anti-Obama talking points on radio. As a result, Pat Boone and other ultra-conservatives truly believe that Mr. Obama deserves their scorn and disrespect. It should be noted… Read More
There are many ways to find news about the president: they include newspapers, magazines, websites, and TV and radio newscasts. Some places are partisan (pro-Obama, or anti-Obama), while others try to be objective and balanced. Among the pro-Obama or pro-Democratic Party sites would be Mother Jones magazine and Talking Points Memo, and the president's official website, BarackObama.com; on TV, pro-Obama talk show hosts can be found on MSNBC. Among the anti-Obama and pro-Republican sites would… Read More
President Bill Clinton
OK first, you have to go to Lavender Town and go to the Radio Station. There you will see an old man in a hat on the 1st floor. Talk to him and he will give you the Pokeflute (just tune your radio when attacking the Snorlax to the pokeflute)
The first US president who was heard on the radio was Warren. G. Harding. The first one to make an entire radio broadcast from the White House was Calvin Coolidge.
One answer If you mean, why does there seem to be more mythology about Obama than other Presidents, here are my thoughts: racism; unusual childhood (at least for a president); odd name for an American, especially "Hussein"; lack of national recognition prior to campaign for President. Another answer Also, since 95% of political talk shows on radio and about 75% on TV are hosted by Republican conservatives, the dominant discourses in the culture would be… Read More
Did you cut factory plug for radio hook up?
Ronald Reagan was an actor, screen actors guild president, and Governor of California before he ran for president of the US. He also was a radio announcer for WHO radio station
On December 23, 1923, Calvin Coolidge became the first president to make a radio broadcast. This broadcast was his State of the Union address. Throughout his presidency, he used radio regularly to communicate with the people of the United States. He was the first president to really harness the power of radio. He used it to develop a more intimate bond with the public.
President Jimmy Carter
Barack Obama was elected for the first time in November 2008, and was inaugurated in January 2009. He then was re-elected in November 2012 and took office for his second term in January 2013. He will start his third term on January 2017. Obama's offical title is President of the United States and Protector of Mexico. Obama's parents are Frank Marshall Davis and Ann Durham. Three months into her pregnancy Durham married Barack Obama, Sr… Read More
No, he is human like everyone else. This expression comes from conservative Republican talk show host Rush Limbaugh, who broadcast a parody song on his radio show, making fun of President Obama. The song was called "Barack the Magic Negro." Limbaugh was being sarcastic, saying that the president's supporters act like he is magical.
Despite his reputation as a quiet and even reclusive politician, Calvin Coolidge made use of the new medium of radio and made radio history several times while President. On Dec. 6, 1923, the first presidential address was broadcast on the radio. President Calvin Coolidge delivered what is now known as the State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress.
There are always many people involved in the election of any president. In the case of Barack Obama, some of the people were members of the Democratic party (senators and representatives who campaigned for him in their districts, and especially in swing states like Ohio or Florida); spokesmen and women (called "surrogates") who went on TV and radio to speak about why the president should be re-elected; talk show hosts on "friendly media" (pro-Obama members… Read More
This is a difficult question to answer, because the president is frequently on TV news. (This does not just apply to President Obama; the president is always considered to be an important news-maker, so the media cover where he goes and what he does. However, the radio and TV stations may not cover everything the moment he does it; they may save it for their newscast later on that day.) Depending on how important the… Read More
Warren G. Harding was the first United States President to be heard on the radio. His dedication of a Francis Scott Key memorial was broadcast in 1922.
1919 - President Woodrow Wilson delivered the first presidential speech on military radio to a small radio audience, most of them on board US Navy ships. Warren Harding spoke on commercial radio on 1922. Coolidge's Inaugural address was broadcast in 1925.