05.09.2012 [Politico] - CHARLOTTE, N.C. – First lady Michelle Obama set out to do for Democrats Tuesday exactly what Republicans wanted Ann Romney to do: humanize her husband, making him more appealing and accessible to voters whose connection has wavered.
05.09.2012 [Christian Science Monitor] - With her husband and daughters watching from the White House, first lady Michelle Obama described President Barack Obama as sympathetic toward struggling Americans. She made her speech at Tuesday's Democratic National Convention in Charlotte
04.09.2012 [Politico] - CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Michelle Obama made an impassioned case for her husband's reelection Tuesday night, calling their family a testament to the American dream and vowing to fight for the “fundamental American promise” of giving ordinary a people a
06.09.2012 [Los Angeles Times] - After bringing down the house Tuesday night at the Democratic National Convention, First Lady Michelle Obama popped up Wednesday on “The Late Show” to deliver the Top 10 list, marking her fourth appearance on the show and her second time in just the
06.09.2012 [Examiner.com] - In her speech at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night, Michelle Obama proved to the country what a passionate, loving, intelligent, and conscientious woman she is. She showed the nation that she not only cares deeply for her family, but
05.09.2012 [CNN] - On Tuesday night in Charlotte, North Carolina, Michelle Obama gave one of the finest speeches ever delivered at a national political convention. More important, it could have more impact on the immediate future of the country than her husband's
05.09.2012 [Washington Post (blog)] - CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Michelle Obama delivered an impassioned speech on her husband's convictions Tuesday night, describing how President Barack Obama has held steadfast to the principles that propelled him to the White House nearly four years ago
05.09.2012 [NPR (blog)] - There were a lot of preliminaries, but it was Michelle Obama's show Tuesday night at the Democratic National Convention, and she used it masterfully — carrying a rapt crowd along with a narrative of family, hard work, and truth-telling. Largely wrung
05.09.2012 [CNN (blog)] - (CNN) - First lady Michelle Obama walked onto the stage of the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night fully aware of the task at hand. It was her job to paint her husband - the president - as a family man and as a leader with a vision for the
NEW YORK (AP) – Books of Obama photographs will be in the news this fall. Ten Speed Press told The Associated Press on Tuesday that a collection of White House pictures of Michelle Obama is coming out Oct. 17. “Chasing Light” will feature 150 color shots by White House photographer Amanda ...
In a live conversation Tuesday night, July 25, with The Women's Foundation of Colorado (WFCO) President and CEO Lauren Y. Casteel, former First Lady Michelle Obama emphasized that women must celebrate their strength and embrace community. “I am a strong woman because of other strong women,” Mrs. Obama ...
Conference for Women, which kicks off Tuesday at the Pennsylvania Convention
Center. It's expected to draw a record 12,000 people from throughout the region.
It will be one of Obama's first public appearance since she left the ...
06.09.2012 [American Thinker] - For those of you who couldn't stomach watching Michelle Obama Tuesday night, you missed quite a performance. She has become a pro at public speaking. She reads the teleprompter as smoothly as her husband, with emotion added in all the right places.
05.09.2012 [WND.com] - michelle-obama-dnc-speech-600. PALM BEACH, Fla. – Radio host Rush Limbaugh has one particular word when it comes to Tuesday night's address by first lady Michelle Obama: “Bullsh–!” Limbaugh was watching Mrs. Obama's speech with his own wife
05.09.2012 [Global Grind] - Michelle Obama amazed the nation when she delivered a powerful and moving speech at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night. Michelle rocked the mic, highlighting President Obama's character, values and the fact that he can relate to the