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Abornewords Politics: Charlie Crist Lost In The Effort For Name on Car No. 43 But Aric Almirola Gets A Win In The Rain

Posted by Nicole Kim on Monday, July 7, 2014, In : Politics 

We ended our Sunday Politicking Post long ago and stop featuring the political commentary of Gwen Ifill at the same darn time. Here at Abornewords words we try not to get to caught up in politics. Although, every now and then political ideologies somehow make it into our light.

Now, I'm not talking Bill O'Rielly or Rush Limbaugh, even though we could find something to at least laugh about, when it comes to these to characters, but I digress.

The issue at hand may have just been a political pu...


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Abornewords Politics: Bowing Our Heads On September Eleventh

Posted by Nicole Kim on Wednesday, September 11, 2013, In : Politics 


Sometimes it's easy to focus on the negative. Today, on wht marks the 12th year of the 9/11 attacks, President Obama, has stood on the White House lawn with his wifey, Michelle Obama, and Vice Presient Biden, along with White House Staff members, Honor the many lives lost and those of the hero's who helped, changed, or somehow made a difference for so many over a decade ago.

Heads are bowing and many prayers are going up, calling for Gods grace and mercy.

Many will categorize terrorist at...


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Abornewords Politics: President Obama Inauguration Means More

Posted by Nicole K. on Monday, January 21, 2013, In : Politics 
Our People, Our Future


First things first! President Obama and the family attends church, to begin Inauguration Celebration. Because this is President Obama's second term, there are more feelings of appreciation than a focus on the historical aspect of what it means in terms of race relations, for black people. Here is a photo of the first family.

Barack Obama - The First Family Departs The White House For Chicago
(June 14, 2012 - Source: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images North America)

Having an African American family in the White House doesn't mean that striv...


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Abornewords Politics: Red, White, & Jay-Z

Posted by Nicole K. on Wednesday, November 7, 2012, In : Politics 
Obama Wins


Jay-Z must have envisioned the greatness that would define President Obamas entrance into the Oval Office. He proved his belief in the Presidential hopeful, back in 2008, when he supported him. He even made a song in honor of Obamas first term in the White House and a change in the course of history, as it is related to race in the White House. The song, History marked a New Day for America, setting our great country on a journey that has lead us to the moment we celebrate today, Ba...


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Barrack And Michelle: It's The Obama's On The Campaign Trail

Posted by Nicole K. on Sunday, September 9, 2012, In : Politics 





Michelle Obama is no stranger to getting her knees and hands dirty; she has been down in the soil in quite a few cities these days. She is the most active First Lady we have ever seen. Planning and planting for a better tomorrow. The Let's Move Initiative gave her a platform to encourage families to take a health and wellness stance and her position it to show her compassion for people and the obesity challenge, as she outlined real common sense solutions. Now she is on the campaign trail gi...


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President Obama: Making Improvements For All Americans

Posted by Nicole K. on Thursday, May 3, 2012, In : Politics 



For a President who came into office facing a failed economy, President Obama has proven that measurable change can happen overtime.

From saving 4.2 million jobs with the stimulus, creating the Auto Rescue initiative, helping car manufacturers maintain a stable status, creating private sector jobs, taking on the credit card companies with the creation of the Credit Card Act of 2009, signing the Wall Street reform and Consumer Protection Act in 2010, protecting kids with pre-existing con...


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Michelle Obama: Bringing Family, Food, and America Together

Posted by Nicole K. on Thursday, April 12, 2012, In : Politics 





In the photo above, Michelle Obama appears flawless and all so fashionable. We couldn't help but show her off! She looks amazing. When the news broke of Beyonce's open letter to The First Lady, we hurried to release something that would confirm just what she expressed in her missive.

The initative of Mrs. Obama's Let's Move Campaign has stirred businesses, Americans, and youth in the right direction. Everyone is getting invoved to make a difference. Unity is a beginning strength of chan...


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President Obama: To Give Speech In Orlando

Posted by Nicole K. on Thursday, January 19, 2012, In : Politics 


The President is a very business man, but he is making time to visit the Sunshine State this very day. He is pictured here pledging his allegiance.

Barack Obama (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama listens to the National Anthem during the dedication of the Abraham Lincoln Hall at the National Defense University March 12, 2009 at Ft. McNair in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Roger L. Wollenberg-Pool/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Barack Obama

The President is schedule to speak on Main Street and only those invited can listen live. He will offer his expertise and a meticulous plan to boost travel, tourism, and jobs, especially in Central Florida. Tourism has suffered across the country because of the struggling economy. Hearing the leader of our country speak will help to get ev...


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Sunday Politicking: It's all about Gwen IFill

Posted by Nicole K. on Sunday, January 1, 2012, In : Politics 


The life of a Journalist seems so busy and it can take many turns career wise. Bait for the next story is always at the tip of the nose. That's the way it should be, if you are true to your writing or reporting craft. Newsworthy or not, the people want to know and someone has to be that voice to dish on hot topic occurrences that happen in this day and age. Politics is not dead, and we have not lost the urge to feed your political mind. It's just that we want to give it to you from a differe...


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Sunday Politicking: Appeal Is the Real Vote Bait

Posted by Nicole K. on Sunday, December 4, 2011, In : Politics 


The show ended early according to Gwen IFill, but it was not for lack of conversation. Everyone was all in and there are a few new looks adding the mix of personalities which is all good. The payroll taxcut issue kept rising to the top and the reasons for the stall on the Republican and Democrat side were analyed by new comer (for Abornewords) Greg Ip who has an articulation style that makes you want to zone in and pay attention. European Banks and also how their moves on debt security would...


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Pimsleur: How Condoleezza Rice Would Be A Good Friend

Posted by Nicole K. on Wednesday, November 30, 2011, In : Politics 

On my list of people I want to know, learn more about, or just plain be like, Condoleezza Rice is right up there with Gwen IFill. Her qualities make speak volumes, and they make her an asset in the business world. Shes savvy about the world and issues that impact government and society in general. On a personal level she is even more valuable. Just think if you could call someone up to chat or get advice. Honestly, I would want her on my team. Having someone who is well rounded and brilliant ...


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Sunday Politicking: The Hour Glass of Government

Posted by Nicole K. on Sunday, November 27, 2011, In : Politics 

It seems that there are major issues in the air that concern the allocation of funds. As if that surprises anyone right? Realizing that no one person or side for that matter can solve problems alone (or at least without cooperation) is a start. Presenting a plan or ideas in conference that opens the door to discussion is what will lead to a solution eventually, or a valid attempt to fix something that appears to be broken. Within the political realm it's always about creating a stable workabl...


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Sunday Politicking: The Panel Talks Gingrich and More

Posted by Nicole K. on Sunday, November 20, 2011, In : Politics 

There is a creative platform for everyone to shine. Now the political muscle is playing out on Washington Week in favor of Newt Gingrich. Gwen IFill sits around table with Jean Cummings, Joan Biskupic, Lori Montegomery, and Major Garrett. We are always looking to the Washington Week Panelists to indulge in their big personalities, latest news, and broad opinions. Here's more of the Abornewords formulation of the conversation on Washington Week.

Newt Gingrich seems to be extremely confident in...


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Nicole K. In 2002, I earned an Associate In Arts Degree at Brevard Community College. I'm currently focusing on commentary, blogging, freelance writing, music, and social networking. Happy Anniversary Nov.17, 2011

 

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