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A SNEAK PEAK: Excerpts Of President Obama’s Remarks On Gun Violence

President Barack Obama will address the nation on Tuesday regarding the need to push for stricter gun control guidelines. Below is a sneak peak of the President’s prepared remarks:   “Some back in Washington are already floating the idea that

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A WORD OF ADVICE TO THE PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA: NO MORE FLIRTING AND OTHER CURIOUS BLOOPERS THAT MAKE US SAY ‘HMMM’!

What is the REAL deal behind the series of bloopers and blunders that it appears President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are making lately? First, the White House Press Office release a statement that the President and the

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Statement by the President on Intention to Nominate General Philip Breedlove for U.S. European Command and SACEUR

Statement by the President on Intention to Nominate General Philip Breedlove for U.S. European Command and SACEUR   Today I am proud to announce my intention to nominate General Philip Breedlove as the next Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) and

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The U.S. Supreme Court Hearing On Gay Marriage (Audio)

The U.S. Supreme Court Hearing On Gay Marriage (Audio)

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Commentary: What President Barack Obama And His DNC Speech Must Do To Win America’s Vote

When President Barack Obama stands before America, DNC delegates, and the world Thursday evening, he has got to deliver the goods. Former President Bill Clinton, like an excellent defense attorney, made a clear cut argument, point by point, why American voters

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Statement by White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer on Today’s Contempt Vote in the U.S. House of Representatives

Statement by White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer on Today’s Contempt Vote in the U.S. House of Representatives   At the beginning of this year, Republicans announced one of their top priorities was to investigate the Administration and to ensure

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COMMENTARY: Why Eliminating The Individual Mandate of Obamacare May Not Be Such A Horrible Idea

COMMENTARY: Why Eliminating The Individual Mandate of Obamacare May Not Be Such A Horrible Idea -By Tracey Ricks Foster The White House and the rest of concerned Americans and political pundits are counting down the hours to the big reveal. The

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Statement by the President on the Supreme Court’s Ruling on Arizona v. the United States: “A Patchwork of State Laws is not a Solution to our Broken Immigration System – It’s Part of the Problem”

Statement by the President on the Supreme Court’s Ruling on Arizona v. the United States I am pleased that the Supreme Court has struck down key provisions of Arizona’s immigration law.  What this decision makes unmistakably clear is that Congress

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Op-ed by President Obama: President Obama Reflects on the Impact of Title IX

Op-ed by President Obama: President Obama Reflects on the Impact of Title IX   The full text of the op-ed by President Barack Obama is printed below. The piece was published today in Newsweek.   President Obama Reflects on the Impact

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On Anniversary of Olmstead, Obama Administration Reaffirms Commitment to Assist Americans with Disabilities

On Anniversary of Olmstead, Obama Administration Reaffirms Commitment to Assist Americans with Disabilities On June 22, 1999, the Supreme Court ruled in Olmstead v. L.C. that the unjustified institutional isolation of people with disabilities is a form of unlawful discrimination under the Americans with

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BREAKING NEWS: JOHN BRYSON, SECRETARY OF COMMERCE RESIGNS AMID HIT AND RUN ALLEGATIONS

Statement by the President   Last night I accepted the resignation of John Bryson as Secretary of the Department of Commerce.  I want to extend my deepest thanks and appreciation to John for his service over the past months, and

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Statement by President Obama on World Refugee Day

Statement by the President on World Refugee Day   On this World Refugee Day, the United States joins the international community in recognizing the nearly 15 million refugees worldwide, and millions more internally displaced people. We honor the dignity, courage,

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BREAKING NEWS: Obama Administration Holds 39 Million Acre Lease Sale in Central Gulf of Mexico Salazar Announces Over $1.7 Billion in High Bids for Over 2.4 Million Acres

Obama Administration Holds 39 Million Acre Lease Sale in Central Gulf of Mexico Salazar Announces Over $1.7 Billion in High Bids for Over 2.4 Million Acres NEW ORLEANS, La. — Today, the Department of the Interior took the latest step as

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REMARKS BY PRESIDENT OBAMA AT PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER G20 SUMMIT

  Convention Center Los Cabos, Mexico     5:47 P.M. MDT     PRESIDENT OBAMA:  I want to begin by thanking my good friend and partner, President Calderon, and the people of Los Cabos and Mexico for their outstanding hospitality

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U.S. Trade Representative Kirk Welcomes Canada as a New Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiating Partner

U.S. Trade Representative Kirk Welcomes Canada as a New Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiating Partner   Washington, DC – President Obama announced today that the United States and the eight other countries negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement have extended an invitation to

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SNEAK PEAK PREVIEW: WEEKLY ADDRESS: Ending the Stalemate in Washington

WEEKLY ADDRESS: Ending the Stalemate in Washington   WASHINGTON, DC— In this week’s address, President Obama told the American people that the stalemate in Washington is holding our economy back during this make-or-break moment for the middle class.  The President’s

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REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT AT LGBT PRIDE MONTH RECEPTION-East Room

REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT AT LGBT PRIDE MONTH RECEPTION   East Room       5:16 P.M. EDT          THE PRESIDENT:  Hello, hello, hello!  (Applause.)  Thank you.  Thank you, everybody.  Thank you so much.  Well, thank you very

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Remarks By President Barack Obama On Immigration, Transcript Includes Rude Interruption Made By Reporter From The Daily Caller

REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT ON IMMIGRATION   Rose Garden     2:09 P.M. EDT   THE PRESIDENT:  Good afternoon, everybody.  This morning, Secretary Napolitano announced new actions my administration will take to mend our nation’s immigration policy, to make it

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Remarks By President Barack Obama At Fundraiser Given By Sarah Jessica Parker

AT CAMPAIGN EVENT   Private Residence New York, New York 8:05 P.M. EDT                     THE PRESIDENT:  Well, first of all, to Sarah Jessica and her whole crew — (laughter) — Matthew apparently had a show he had to

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President Obama Nominates Two to Serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit

President Obama Nominates Two to Serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit   WASHINGTON, DC – Today, President Obama will nominate Caitlin Halligan and Srikanth Srinivasan to serve on the United States Court of

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