Apr 282013

As usual, the president gave a hilarious speech at the past White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Obama received plenty of laughs and applause during his 20 minute speech which is naturally going viral over the weekend. Already, the video published by CSPAN has picked up over a quarter million views.


Share URL:

Apr 282013

The annual White House Correspondents Dinner was just held this Saturday, hosted by none other than Coco Conan O’Brien.

As it has become tradition, the dinner was filled with political jokes, gags, and parodies, most of which were aimed at the President, his opposition, or the media.

But what is really standing out this year is the special preview of the mock presidential feature film Obama, of course directed by Steven Spielberg.

In a hilarious twist, Obama even stars in the short clip as Daniel Day-Lewis as Obama.

“Was it hard playing Obama?” asks the president as Daniel Day-Lewis as himself. ”I’ll be honest, yea it was. This accent took a while.” 

Now, the clip which is quickly going viral across the web this Sunday.  


Share URL:

Apr 052013

With the help of Hollywood famous Rainn Wilson’s Soul Pancake YouTube channel, Kid President has become a common name in the Internet headlines.

Amazingly, as reported in this new viral video, Kid Pres has already achieved his dreams, meeting the President of the United States, Barack Obama, in the Oval Office. 

After being told he was doing awesome, Obama answered, “You think I’m doing awesome? Thank you. I think you’re doing awesome. Both of have a lot of responsibility, but we’re handling our business.”

Music by Sleeping At Last


Share URL:

Apr 012013

Making an official April Fool’s video has grown so popular, this year, even the official White House YouTube channel has jumped aboard the wagon. They collaborated with none other than Kid President to adorably rise from the presidential podium instead of Barack Obama


Share URL:

Mar 272013

After garnering over two million views listing 50 common misconceptionsMental Floss Video is continuing their nerdy collaboration projects with John Green.

This time, John lists 45 odd facts about US presidents. Why they didn’t plan to publish this video around President‘s Day is a mystery. 


Share URL: