Thursday, October 14, 2010

Press Briefing

Oct 15, 2010

State Dept: Advancing Sustainable Agriculture Through the Committee on World Food Security

Poll conducted by the Democratic-leaning firm of Penn, Schoen & Berland: 44% of likely voters in districts "say the Democratic Party is more dominated by its extreme elements," 37% say the same about the GOP

In The NYT Magazine: Education of a President

Voters on ObamaCare: Informed and Opposed - A new poll shows that opposition to the individual mandate is intense

The U.S. National Space Policy, International Cooperation and the Pursuit of TCBMs

The Education of Barney Frank - The benefits of a competitive election


ObamaCare in Court - A Florida judge allows the major state lawsuit to proceed to trial

The U.S.-European Relationship: Global Challenges and International Economic Architecture

Liberalism and Public Works - Entitlement politics leaves little money for roads and tunnels

Re: The Geopolitics of Emotion

Stop Bashing Business, Mr. President - If we tried to start The Home Depot today, it's a stone cold certainty that it would never have gotten off the ground

US Pledges Additional $1 Million to Help Displaced Afghans in Pakistan and Their Host Communities

Republicans appear poised for major gains in the Midwest, a region dominated by the president in 2008

Press Briefing

Oct 15, 2010

Organizing for America: See the Progress in Your Community

China’s Auto Boom and Oil Strategy

Democrats: Moving America Forward

Side Effects: How Government Micromanagement Could Discourage Access to Some Preventive Services

Press Briefing

Oct 14, 2010

Culture Evolves Slowly, Falls Apart Quickly

White House - What Health Reform Means for African Americans

The Peace Prize's Subversive Potential - The Soviet Union faced pressure after Andrei Sakharov won the Nobel in 1975. Now it's China's turn.

Sec Clinton: Townterview with Students, Women Leaders, and Members of Civil Society

Education Reform Setback - Washington, D.C. shows its maverick schools chancellor the door

Under Secretary Maria Otero Highlights New Partnership on Safe Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Education for Schools in Developing Countries

The Election Gong Show - Federal President fails to speak up against antitrade, anti-China campaigning.

White House - What You Missed: Tuesday Talk with Elizabeth Warren

How to Reform ObamaCare Starting Now - States should steer the mandated health-insurance exchanges in a pro-market direction and dare Washington to stop them

Press Roundtable at U.S. Embassy in Cairo

The president says secret foreign money might steal the election. He's not even fooling the New York Times

Transatlantic Missile Defense: Looking to the NATO Lisbon Summit

Susan Dunn has written an engaging story of bare - knuck led political treachery that pits a president at the peak of his popularity against entrenched congressional leaders who didn't like where he was taking the country and their party. FDR tried to use the power of the White House, and his personality, to run his opponents out of the Democratic Party. He failed miserably.