Before Michelle Obama was the First Lady, a position defined by partnership and parenting, she was a career woman with twenty successful years under her belt before her husband dreamed of running the country. In fact, when Barack pitched her the idea, he had to enlist her family to convince her. Peter Slevin, author…
By piecing together every clue to Sasha and Malia's existence, journos have managed to fashion — sort of — a picture of the first daughters' lives.
At a Mother's Day tea held at the White House yesterday, the First Lady teared up a bit while talking about her mother, noting that raising her daughters in the White House alongside her mother is "a beautiful experience."
While the Obamas practically strong armed Michelle's mother, Marian Robinson, into leaving her long time home in Chicago, the First Grandmother of The United States has made the most of the situation - and carved out a brand new life.
You cannot make this shit up. Wonkette cracked on a birther's hastily written Townhall screed which accused Michelle Obama's mother of practicing witchcraft at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The birther wrote back, apparently trying to hit a triple-crazy-score.
The NY Times 'Styles' section has discovered that while some people are one way, others are another way. And this makes some of them mad! (And others less mad.) Because people are... different.
Days before the election, Newsweek reporter Richard Wolffe spoke to Michelle Obama about how she feels about making the transition to the White House. Although carefully couched in jinx-proof speech, she talks about how having the girls feel settled is the most important thing and how she plans to get her mom to move…