President Barack Obama continues to show the world that he can deal with a multitude of monumental issues without breaking a sweat. Here are links to the hottest stories this week.
President Barack Obama continue his relentless pace to fight the growing recession while dealing with the thousand other things that his office is responsible for. Here are some of the links to the most current stories in the blogosphere.
President Barack Obama says science matters to his administration, a direct rebuke to his predecessor and his policies and another indication that right thinking and intelligent thought has returned to the White House.
Today, March 1st, President Obama contiues to move at a breakneck speed in producing legislation dealing with many of the presnt peoblems we are faced with in addition to some of the other issue that are long overdue to be overhauled…like healthcare, medcare and Social Security.
Today, February 27th, President Barack Obama, in keeping with his campaign promise said he would pull U.S. combat troops out of Iraq in 18 months as he unveiled a new strategy that stressed diplomacy and engagement with foes like Iran and Syria.
President Barack Obama continues to stay focused, on message and blazing ahead undeterred by the Republicans bizzare strategies. READ ON….
When President Obama signed the $787 billion “stimulus bill,” his detractors complained that it wasn’t far reaching enough and just how was this legislation going to address the problems facing us today. Well, he has silenced all by the announcement that….
President Barack Obama is wasting little time as he is about to sign a $757 billion stimulus package to begin the long haul of pulling the country our of its tailspin. Time will tell just how successful the bill will be but be assured that this President will not wait for the results to trickle in before he takes additional action. Here are some of the hottest links to the most current stories circulating the blogosphere.
The U.S. Congress, handing President Barack Obama a major legislative victory, approved on Friday a $787 billion stimulus bill
“The message is clear,” said UCLA professor Mark Kleiman, a former Justice Department “It is no longer federal policy to beat up on hippies.”