On January 20th, 2013, President Obama will be sworn in for his second term as the 44th President of the United States. Because January 20th falls on a Sunday this year, the ceremony for the public will take place on Monday, January 21st. In honor of this historic event, WyzAnt.com, a national marketplace of in home tutors, has created a visual overview of presidential inaugurations over the last 80 years including a summary of the state of the nation at the time each president was sworn into office.
This infographic, brought to you by Total Bankruptcy, highlights how taxes, Medicare, disaster relief and women’s reproductive rights could be affected by President Obama being elected for a second term.
The Obama administration has invested over $90 billion in clean energy and is on a path to double renewable energy 2008 levels by the end of 2012. The following infographic from Ambient Bamboo Floors highlights some of the country’s newest green laws and how they can affect you.
The 2012 Presidential Campaign is heating up with the election just 3 months away. The campaigning is reaching new heights with candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney reaching out to voters using various social media platforms. So when it comes to social media who has the upper hand: Obama or Romney?
The 57th Presidential Election is quickly approaching at the beginning of November. It will feature current President, Barack Obama for the Democrats, against Republican, former Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney. Heavy issues such as same sex marriage and healthcare give way to some heavy debate.
With the introduction of Obamacare, America’s health care system has become more complex. Medical Billing’s new infographic takes a look at some of the details surrounding the controversial change in health care policies, while poking fun at the public’s increasing disinterest in the topic.
The following infographic highlights some interesting information about how the Obama Administration just cant keep from playing games when it comes to the economy. Learn how many jobs have been lost, how may new jobs have been created and even compare Obama’s economic recovery with that of the Ronald Reagan era.