In Moore, Okla., President Barack Obama tours destroyed homes, meets with victims
Remarks provided by the White House Press Office
“Our prayers are with the people of Oklahoma today,” Obama said, “and we’ll back up those prayers with deeds for as long as it takes.”
“Laws, hearts and minds have been changed to the point where someone who looks like you can serve as President,” said Obama
On Capitol Hill, Republicans make clear that they will not be rushed in their investigations
The Administration has finally figured out that many of the region’s economies are strong enough global players now to be useful to the U.S. as bloc partners in its bid to stay ahead of China’s burgeoning trade and financial power
I may have swung a bit too hard, putting Barack Obama’s Administration in the same league as Franklin Roosevelt’s and Richard Nixon’s when it comes to the Internal Revenue Service. The situation remains a major embarrassment, though.
The Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative groups is outrageous. Those who did this should be fired immediately. That’s obvious.
Obama’s swing through the Texas was notable for what it left out—any plan for putting his proposals into law.
Obama took Sens. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.), Bob Corker, (R-Tenn.), and Mark Udall, (D-Colo.) to the golf course today. Chambliss got a hole-in-one.
President Barack Obama addresses graduates of The Ohio State University. “Citizenship is a harder, higher road to take, but it leads to a better place. It’s how we built this country — together.”
The President discussed Guantanamo Bay, Syria’s chemical weapons, Jason Collins, and more