Sunday, July 11, 2010

Press Briefing

Jul 12, 2010

Palestians' peaceful protests: Waiting for Gandhi

Too Good To Check - How journalists create myths and legends, not least about themselves

Ask First Lady Michelle Obama Questions about her Let’s Move! Initiative

The World Isn't Waiting on Free Trade - Our exporters are losing ground. The president should act on the trade agreements with Colombia and others.

The White House Blog: President Obama on Government and Economic Recovery in Nevada

Lessons From the Swedish Welfare State - New research shows bigger government means slower growth. Our country is a prime example.

Blame the Torpedo - The U.N. condemns an act of aggression but not the aggressor

Weekly Address: President Obama Announces Changes to Help Veterans with PTSD Receive the Benefits They Need

Who Pays for ObamaCare? - What Donald Berwick and Joe the Plumber both understand

XV Anniversary of Srebrenica Genocide, by State Sec Clinton

The Climategate Whitewash Continues - Global warming alarmists claim vindication after last year's data manipulation scandal. Don't believe the 'independent' reviews.

UN Security Council Statement on the Cheonan Attack, by Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State

Obama's Entitlement Opportunity - The president's deficit commission isn't likely to agree on tax increases, but don't be surprised if it recommends Social Security reform

“We Must Not, Will Not Lose Sight of Darfur”

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner: “All Americans have a stake in financial reforms.”

Roseanne Barr: if Fiorina wins, 'everybody' will be 'homeless and jobless here, and sick and desperate.' 'You wanted a big socialist state telling you that military spending is more important than jobs or food or water.'


Roseanne Barr: 'Organs are harvested in war, by big farma.'

Roseanne Barr: 'all republicans' cherish 'the freedom to have sex with small children [...] (just kidding, sort of).'

Cross-Strait Relations in a New Era of Negotiation, by David B. Shear, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs. Remarks APFD at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace event

HUD suggested language that reads: "Funded by American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, Barack Obama President." Commerce said it wants the signage displayed "throughout the construction phase" and "in a prominent location on site."