20-year-old video shows Obama struggling with black identity.
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"To be cool, you need to be part of a minority . . . ."
He calls Obama's treatment of the case a "dereliction of duty."
"That didn’t concern me as much as had he been completely white."
Or a "President Chen."
Extremism is caused when "people spew hatred towards others."
"Over the long term . . . this country just becomes more and more of a hodgepodge of folks."
Says Americans do much better with Muslims.
President is warming to the task of blaming "racism" and the police.
But blacks are behind because of slavery and Jim Crow.
First couple are victims, just like all other blacks.
He says non-whites have "less margin for error."
His approval among young whites is down 27 percent since 2009.
WaPo editorial board: Obama's amnesty is unjustified.
Obama thinks "people of color" are uniquely targeted.
He says protests are "rooted in realities."
Americans are losing patience with baloney in high places.
Buchanan: US will be "Third World country . . . no more a Western nation."
He thinks it will shore up his "legacy."
The president reveals his post-midterm priorities.
The president speaks on judicial diversity and racial preferences.
Blacks support him more than Hispanics do.
Certainly not a legislature.
The book, published 20 years ago, was really about the rise of a cognitive elite.
Obama pretends Michael Brown was shot for "walking while black."
He let them down on immigration, government surveillance, and Middle East.
Obama says black shortcomings are the fault of an unjust society.
In 2004, cleric supported violent resistance against US troops in Iraq.
Three quarters of voters say immigration is an important issue.
Our president has priorities.
Al Sharpton is Obama's favorite black "leader."
It's the same Hashim Nzinga who offered a "dead or alive" bounty on Zimmerman.
The Congressional Black Caucus smells racial profiling.
President also said, “Islam has always been part of America.”
"He either enforces the laws on the books . . . or he leaves Congress no option."
Forty-five percent say he has abused executive power.
Blacks in Chicago say Obama cares less about them than about illegals.
Protestants not keen on him either.
Would-be terrorists in Europe don't need visas to travel to the US.
And Bill hates him "more than any man who ever lived.”
Two-thirds of Americans don't like the way Obama is handling immigration.
President says they are "champions of change."
They're "as American as apple pie."
He's the “front man for the system."
Says Obama is an unevolved monkey.
Most whites and Hispanics consider him "mixed-race."
The White House awarded her the title for being like Cesar Chavez.
Obama wants to stop enforcing immigration laws for yet more illegals.
He says the program "goes to the very heart of why I ran for President."
The "My Brother's Keeper" program will be just the start of Obama's efforts to help non-whites.
“Obama, Obama, don’t deport my mama!”'
"My Brother's Keeper" will hold their hands until they get jobs.
Non-white congressmen have formed a "Full Employment Caucus" to accomplish the task.
He's open to legalizing illegals, but not giving them citizenship right away.
But the President was short on the details.
John Boehner Blasts Obama for Using Executive Order to Hike Minimum Wage for Federal Contract Workers by 39 Percent
Obama will continue making policy by executive fiat.
Says he is guilty of unprecedented abuse of power.
More non-white judges has been a "legacy priority" for Obama.
Meet Obama nominee, Debo Adegbile.
Says just being here illegally is not good enough reason to deport.
How many are black?
When they first met: “Barack thought I was too white and I thought he was too black.”
Hardly any whites were in the audience.
Four US presidents will attend the funeral in Johannesburg.
Dozens of congressmen wrote Obama a letter demanding amnesty by executive order.
Bill Clinton on Obama in 2008: "A few years ago, this guy would have been carrying our bags."
Ten pages set aside for Barack Obama.
Obama "dislikes the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) as much as he despises the Tea Party movement."
He says "some very conservative folks" also want amnesty.
But the future will be better because younger whites are replacing older, bigoted whites.
The party doesn't want to go from one defeat to another.
They're both members of the Association of Black Princeton Alumni.
British paper: President is "an utter disappointment."
"The day after."
Barack Obama honors "our rich Nordic-American heritage."