11:30 am || Meets with Speaker Boehner 3:05 pm || Delivers remarks on manufacturing innovation institutes; The East Room 6:05 pm || Delivers remarks at the National Organizing Summit; Washington 7:10 pm || Delivers remarks and answers questions at an Organizing for Action dinner; Washington All times Eastern Live of White House briefing at 12:45 pm
UN Ambassador Samantha Power was widely misinterpreted when she took to Twitter after delivering the Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture at UCLA Sunday. She tweeted: She was accused of implying that Pearl, the Wall Street Journal reporter who was captured and then murdered by al Qaeda operatives, was one of those requiring “individual accountability.” But a look at the lecture she gave makes clear she felt
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With all the stunning lies that were told in the selling of Obamacare – you know, you like your proctologist, you can keep him, and so forth – you’d think that now President Obama would be scrupulously adhering to the facts, a stickler for accuracy, a reformed paragon of honesty, and an irreproachable source of reliable information. Right? Wrong! He’s still throwing around fake facts.
Former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney will attend a fundraiser Thursday with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a signal from Romney that he’s down with Christie despite not choosing him as a running mate and Christie’s embrace of President Obama in the days before the 2012 election. The fundraiser is not for Christie, it’s for the Republican Governors’ Association. But the joint appearance of Romney and Christie
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