Election 2012 Social Media Rankings

Election 2012 Social Media Rankings

October 12, 2013

See how the candidates stack up when all their Facebook Likes (or fans) and Twitter followers are added up. Source

2012 State of the Union Address

2012 State of the Union Address

September 21, 2013

The traditional State of the Union address last night was a big hit in social media. The special event aired on 9 networks garnering over 880K comments. Obama covered many social, economic, and political issues during his address. But what were the topics that resonated most with engaged audiences? The infographic below provides social media […]

Hitting The Ceiling:Budget Control Act of 2011

Hitting The Ceiling:Budget Control Act of 2011

March 14, 2013

The debt ceiling became a major point of conflict in 2011 between Republicans, who control the House, and President Obama and the Democrats who remain in control of the Senate. This impasse was resolved in the short-term when Congress passed the Budget Control Act of 2011. Source


10 Things that have Shaped the Last Ten Years

February 25, 2013

This infograpahic provides a list of the ten most important things that have influenced our lives in the last ten years and a reason for each. The list includes the election of President Obama and the advent of social media among other things. Source


Built to Spill?

February 3, 2013

This infographic provides information for the Keystone Pipeline project that President Obama approved. It provides information for Keystone Pipeline spills and the dangers to the environment. Source


Obama On Twitter

February 1, 2013

The question is, “Obama tweeted live with the nation July 6th, but did he field the right questions?” It’s a demonstration of TwitSprout, a new Twitter account tracking tool. It’s an interesting report on an event based on the Twitter buzz generated by the event and for it. This sort of reporting might become useful […]


Oil Spill Latest: The Cost of Clumsiness

December 24, 2012

BP originally estimated that the Gulf of Mexico oil spill would be contained with robotic submarines, however early attempts to contain the oil spill failed. Now BP and the Obama administration are left with an ever-worsening environmental catastrophe and a spiralling clean-up bill that runs into billions of dollars. Source


Talkin’ Taxes with Uncle Yam

November 21, 2012

Wonder what politicians’ tax bills really mean? GrubHub breaks down the numbers. Source

Drawing Down Troops from Iraq

Drawing Down Troops from Iraq

October 20, 2012

Earlier this fall, President Barack Obama declared that our service members stationed in Iraq have been ordered to come home by year’s end. After nine years, the United States military will leave Iraq, and our troops will be back on American soil by January 1, 2012.

Obama Motors

Obama Motors

October 3, 2012

Obama Independents (self-identified Independents that voted Obama in 2008, but are currently undecided) were asked: “If Barack Obama were a car, what kind of car would he be and why?” Source


Obama’s Reading Timeline

August 22, 2012

This infographic provides a timeline showing every book the president has read since taking office in 2008. It also quotes some of Obama’s favorite passages from those books.

“All Roads” : @WhiteHouse Plan to #PassTheBill

July 30, 2012

All roads seem to be leading nowhere for the president’s economic bill amid questions the White House lacks a “clear strategy” to pass it. All roads, that is, except the House. With the White House failing to make any headway with job creators, the American people, and Senate Democrats, will President Obama finally work with […]