"The Negro peoples should not place their problems at the feet of their white sympathetic allies which has been and is the common fashion of the old school Negro leadership, for, in the final analysis, the salvation of the Negro, like the worker, must come from within."  --- A. Philip Randolph, Presidential Address to the National Negro Congress in Chicago, February 14, 1936.

"The Negro peoples should not place their problems at the feet of their white sympathetic allies which has been and is the common fashion of the old school Negro leadership, for, in the final analysis, the salvation of the Negro, like the worker, must come from within." --- A. Philip Randolph, Presidential Address to the National Negro Congress in Chicago, February 14, 1936.

Abraham Lincoln’s words were chiseled into granite. John F. Kennedy’s words are imbedded in the national consciousness. A year into President Trump’s term, his most memorable lines come not from grand speeches or prime-time presidential addresses. They come from his tweets.

Trump and his tweets show the power of how he communicates

Abraham Lincoln’s words were chiseled into granite. John F. Kennedy’s words are imbedded in the national consciousness. A year into President Trump’s term, his most memorable lines come not from grand speeches or prime-time presidential addresses. They come from his tweets.

Abraham Lincoln’s words were chiseled into granite. John F. Kennedy’s words are imbedded in the national consciousness. A year into President Trump’s term, his most memorable lines come not from grand speeches or prime-time presidential addresses. They come from his tweets.

Trump and his tweets show the power of how he communicates

Abraham Lincoln’s words were chiseled into granite. John F. Kennedy’s words are imbedded in the national consciousness. A year into President Trump’s term, his most memorable lines come not from grand speeches or prime-time presidential addresses. They come from his tweets.

Michelle Obama delivers presidential address and calls for Nigerian girls' release

Michelle Obama delivers presidential address and calls for Nigerian girls' release

Boko Haram kidnap more people and force from their homes, Obama MIA, Michelle Obama addresses the nation. Boko Haram never returned the hostages because they do not fear or respect American,because Barach Obama is a coward.

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1989, September 5 – George H. W. Bush – Presidential Address National Drug Policy – closed captioned – The Closed Captioning Project llc

September 5 – George H. Bush – Presidential Address National Drug Policy – closed captioned – The Closed Captioning Project llc

Bishop of Winchester's Presidential Address at the Diocesan Synod of the 2nd March 2013.

Bishop of Winchester's Presidential Address at the Diocesan Synod of the 2nd March 2013.

Video Games - calibrations - Video Game Memes - video game memes: ---  http://hoesbus.stiforpmovie.com

I would vote for Garrus. And watch every single presidential address ever. Guh, that voice.

In the Presidential Address last week, Barack Obama announced his course of action regarding ISIS. He plans military attacks to completely wipe out ISIS. However, many consider his efforts "too little too late." Obama is struggling to maintain trust and support from all sides.

Prospect of U.S. Attacks Captivates Syrians

The militant group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria is meant to weaken Iran and its allies, many Iranians say.

On the Mediation of Everything: ICA Presidential Address 2008 - Livingstone…

On the Mediation of Everything: ICA Presidential Address 2008 - Livingstone…

HUFFPOLLSTER: Most Presidential Addresses To Congress Get High Marks. Trump Is No Exception.

HUFFPOLLSTER: Most Presidential Addresses To Congress Get High Marks. Trump Is No Exception.

Take a Look Inside These Six Presidential Homes The White House isn't the only presidential address worth visiting this inauguration year

Take a Look Inside These Six Presidential Homes

Take a Look Inside These Six Presidential Homes The White House isn't the only presidential address worth visiting this inauguration year

December 6, 1923: Calvin Coolidge gives first presidential address to be broadcast on radio.

Calvin Coolidge, Thirtieth President of the United States - Credit: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, DLC

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