President Obama is leading the country in two wars – three if you count the global war on terror – so you’d think he would be pretty focused on military matters. But not enough, apparently, to remember one of the bloodiest and most heroic days in U.S. military history. Yesterday of course was the 66th anniversary of D-Day, when U.S., British, and Canadian troops trudged
The scene is the Oval Office. The weekly private lunch between President Obama and Vice President Biden is just getting under way. Obama and Biden are sipping iced tea and dipping their roles into plates of olive oil. The president is speaking. Obama: So Joe, as I was saying, though I really enjoy our weekly lunches, I was thinking every two weeks might be a
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Deluged with accusations that President Obama has failed to step up on the Oil Spill crisis, including accusations from yours truly, the White House is going into Oil Spill Overdrive Monday. Obama will meet with his Cabinet to discuss the issue. White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs and National Incident Commander Admiral Thad Allen will brief together at the White House. White House Energy Czarina