Sunday, November 7, 2010

Press Briefing

Nov 08, 2010

Remarks At the Australia-United States Ministerial

'Net Neutrality' Goes 0 for 95 - Regulating the Web wasn't a political winner last week

An Interview with W. S. Merwin, Poet Laureate (raw transcript)

Rubio Republicans - Republican candidates can talk tough on immigration and still do well with Hispanic voters if they can convincingly promote a message of economic opportunity

Rand Paul’s Lack of Class

Dawa and the Islamist Revival in the West, by Nina Wiedl

President Obama Promotes U.S.-India Partnership on Open Government

The Damascus Mirage - Team Obama's Syrian education

Remarks by the President on the October Jobs Report

The Great Transmission Heist - The latest scheme to subsidize solar and wind power to the detriment of rate payers

Press Gaggle on the President's Upcoming Trip to Asia by Press Secretary Gibbs, Deputy National Security Advisor Froman, Deputy National Security Advisor Rhodes and Treasury Under Secretary for International Affairs Brainard

California: The Lindsay Lohan of States - Sacramento is headed for trouble again, and it shouldn't expect a bailout

Secretary Clinton's Visit to Australia Highlights Collaboration

How Medicare Killed the Family Doctor - Low government payment rates became the private-sector benchmark, resulting in fragmented care

Attacks on President Obama Going to Asia: A Long Trip from Reality

The New Malaise and How to End It - Given what ails the economy, additional monetary policy measures are poor substitutes for more powerful pro-growth policies

Press Briefing

Nov 07, 2011

Weekly Address: President Obama Calls for Compromise and Explains his Priorities

Assessing "The Vision of the Jihaadi Movement"

Defending GM's Wagoner, Round Two - How GM failed and Ford survived is not a tale of either Obama genius or CEO incompetence

A Short History of Midterm Elections - If the past is indeed prologue, then Republicans shouldn't get too cocky

Iowa's Total Recall - Voters give activist judges the boot. Lawyers are shocked.

Governors and the Development of the Pragmatic Caucus

The Pelosi Minority - The Speaker decides to reward herself for an epic defeat

RT @theprogressive: "Republicans say they’re offering up an olive branch. But it looks more like a painted paralyzed asp with the anesthetic wearing off"

The president as intellectual and political philosopher - Review of James T. Kloppenberg's Reading Obama