I must say, I quite agree with Libby: How refreshing. No more dress code. Out with the old and in with the new! Change has come to the White House.
The vote to confirm Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State was nearly unanimous today. Two “Republican senators—David Vitter of Louisiana and Jim DeMint of South Carolina—voted against her nomination while 94 senators voted in favor.” At one point during the debate over Clinton’s confirmation Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chariman, John … Continue reading
Look at the symbolism in one photograph: One young girl smiling, one congratulating her daddy, the new President reaching out with his open hands and the First Lady with the Lincoln Bible in her hand. For those of us who’ve spent a lifetime time to reach this day it was, … Continue reading
The Obama Administration is embracing the internet, from changes on WhiteHouse.gov to officially tweaking “the name of a White House institution, the Weekly Radio Address,” by announcing that it’s now officially known as “President Barack Obama’s Weekly Video Address.” “President Barack Obama plans to publish a weekly video address every … Continue reading