11:15 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing Noon || Meets with senior advisors 12:30 pm || Lunch with Vice President Biden 1:55 pm || Delivers remarks on global warming 3:55 pm || Meets with the bipartisan congressional leadership 4:45 || Meets with Defense Secretary Hagel All times Eastern Live stream of Obama remarks
You may be aware that during the recent Miss USA contest, Miss Utah flubbed a question about income inequality between men and women in the United States. Have a look. But even if she got it right, she would have flubbed it. Because she should have started out by questioning the premise of the question. The line that women only earn 77 cents on a
The briefing has concluded.
How much has Obama’s Nobel Prize for Peace influenced his conduct of foreign policy? That’s what I was wondering as I prepared this piece for Politico, President Obama’s ‘surrealpolitik.’ The decision by the Norwegian Nobel Committee to hand Obama the prize was an attempt to make him live up to an award he didn’t deserve by adopting the panel’s naive philosophy of negotiation at all
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz scored a huge victory in a White House Dossier poll of readers’ preferences for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, garnering nearly a third of the vote, while former conservative darling Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida barely registered in the survey. Cruz has emerged during his frist year in the Senate as an unflagging conservative leader on a string of issues, most
If the 2016 Republican presidential primary were held in your state today, for whom would your vote? How would you describe yourself politically? Who was your preferred candidate during the 2012 Republican primaries, even if you voted for someone else?
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