Wednesday, February 4, 2015 10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing 10:55 am || Meets with a group of “DREAMers” who have received deferred action with respect to deportation 3:30 pm || Meets with American Muslim leaders; Roosevelt Room] 5:30 pm || Hosts a reception for new Members of Congress; State Floor All times Eastern Live stream of White House briefing at 1:30 pm
Obama’s perceptions of the consequences of his presidency are cocooned within the warm embrace of fantasy. Beyond the palace gates at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, though, the world is beginning to crumble. Here is the wreckage of President Obama’s foreign policy, contrasted with the irrelevant musings of his State of the Union speech. When will the destruction be wrought here?
The White House today offered up an opinion on measles vaccinations that appears all but identical to that of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, suggesting that laws and mandates should not be created to force people to get the vaccine. Under repeated questioning, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest today refused to say President Obama endorses laws to require vaccinations, saying instead that people should be
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “toast” at the White House following his acceptance of an invitation to address Congress, and President Obama may never meet with him again, according to one of Israel’s leading newspapers. Writing in the liberal Haaretz, known as “Israel’s New York Times,” diplomatic correspondent Barak Ravid paints a dire portrait of the relationship between Netanyahu and both Obama and Secretary of State Kerry, saying
This is typical, non-objective journalism, although more presumptuous than usual. I gather NBC doesn’t really claim anymore to be objective, but not sure about CNBC. But what I’m really wondering is, where was this kind of interview when Obama was starting his campaign? Anyway, fun fireworks here. Paul parries nicely.
In 2008, Obama called vaccine evidence “inconclusive” . . . Obama called the science behind vaccinations “indisputable” on Monday, but he was not always such a staunch believer in getting children vaccinated. In 2008, as a senator and presidential candidate, Obama discussed the possible link between vaccines and autism. Politico Obama handing out work permits to illegals . . . The Center for Immigration Studies released a report