4:15 am || Meets with President Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan; U.S. Ambassador’s residence, The Netherlands 4:55 am || Participates in the Nuclear Security Summit; The World Forum, The Hague 11:00 am || Holds a joint press conference with Dutch Prime Minister Rutte; Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Netherlands Noon || Holds a bilateral meeting with the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi; U.S. Ambassador’s Residence, The Hague 1:30
Such a small state. I wonder what gives? That’s right, Vice President Biden is headed up to the state that holds the first presidential primary in the nation every four years or so. Oh, and it’s an official event and you’re paying. According to the White House: At 1:45 PM ET, the Vice President and Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez will visit a NH Works
On Friday, President Obama will travel to the intolerant, feudal land of Saudi Arabia for consultations of some sort. Instead of bowing again to the local satrap, he should be getting in his face about his country’s oppression of Christians. According to Nina Shea, director of the Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom, Saudi Arabia is uniquely hostile, even among Muslim nations, to its Christian population
To mark the fourth anniversary of Obamacare, which was Sunday, I thought I’d share with you a story sent to me a few days ago by one of our readers. He won’t be celebrating, because if he makes himself sick with booze and has to go to the hospital, it will cost him more than before. I’ve withheld his name and that of the insurer.
In one of the Obamacare rewrites that many are unaware of, but which is tremendously significant, the Obama administration decided to change the clear language of the law and rule that HHS could provide subsidies to those who signed up on the federal exchange. On Tuesday a three-judge panel of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear a case challenging the rule, according to the
First Lady Michelle Obama, who has mostly refused to address China’s political oppression during her trip to the country, today upped the ante by actually praising Madame Peng, the wife of China’s president, for her “inspiring” commitment “to improving public health in her country and around the world.” One assumes Mrs. Obama is not referring to the health of Madame Peng’s political opponents, who are rotting in
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