10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing 11:35 am || Departs the White House 1:30 pm || Arrives Indianapolis, Indiana 2:15 pm || Delivers remarks and takes questions from students and faculty; Ivy Tech Community College, Indianapolis 5:05 pm || Departs Indianapolis, Indiana 6:45 pm || Arrives White House All times Eastern
A day after the event, the White House is still refusing to release the names of Muslim leaders who met with President Obama at the White to discuss a variety of topics, including the response to Muslim extremism. The White House may be hiding the names because meetings with Muslim leaders are often followed by articles describing ties some might have to Muslim extremists. It’s
President Obama will lose two of his most senior aides over the next few months, departures that could further augment the power of the person who is already the paramount Obama advisor, Valerie Jarrett. The departure of Obama senior advisor Dan Pfeiffer next month would leave Jarrett as the last remaining White House official who has been part of Obama’s inner circle since the start. Pfeiffer
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President Obama used the National Prayer Breakfast Thursday morning to undermine one of the Constitution’s most fundamental rights, suggesting those who demean Islam are abusing the use of free speech. While acknowledging that Americans have “a legal right” to attack another’s religion, Obama said everyone should question those “who would insult others in the name of free speech,” indicating such insults were a misuse of
President Obama today said he and other Christians should not “get on our high horse” with respect to the ISIS rampages in the name of religion, suggesting that Christians had done similar things in the name of their religion during the crusades and with slavery in the United States. Obama listed the many outrages throughout the world being carried out unjustly in the name of Islam. But
Obama college loan program massively in the red . . . In obscure data tables buried deep in its 2016 budget proposal, the Obama administration revealed this week that its student loan program had a $21.8 billion shortfall last year, apparently the largest ever recorded for any government credit program. Politico Iran’s militias taking over Iraq’s army – with U.S. help . . . On the front lines of Iraq’s
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