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Obama fundraiser. President Barack Obama greets supporters at a fundraiser. Photograph: Eric Thayer/Getty. A century-old debate over whether presidents should reward political donors and allies by making them ambassadors has flared again following a string of embarrassing gaffes … Even former senator Max Baucus, the new US ambassador in Beijing, managed to raise eyebrows during his confirmation hearing by acknowledging: “I’m no real expert on China.”.
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Judge Abner Mikva, who offered a young Obama a clerkship and later became his mentor, also signed the letter. Some Republicans also joined, including former Illinois Gov. Jim Thompson.” In the letter, the lawmakers,
Strategist and former Obama political director Jonathan Metcalf stands by. We are now two years away from a presidential primary, but South Carolina Democrats say they are getting “Ready for … Though the group is not connected to the former Secretary of State, it is a way for her supporters to both measure enthusiasm and attempt to create more of it. “What we’re seeing from our supporters is that we are ready to start organizing now,” said Ready for Hillary Southern
While the poll found voters still uninspired by Romney, they are also deeply dissatisfied with Obama (though given the choice of Obama versus Romney, Obama supporters said they would stick with their guy, 79% to 10% for Romney) giving Obama, as The Examiner notes, very early lame duck status before the midterm elections. … John Kenneth Galbraith (1908- ), former professor of economics at Harvard, writing in ‘Money: Whence it came, where it went’ (1975).
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Republican U.S. senators aren’t the only ones unhappy with some of President Obama’s judicial nominees. Now an abortion rights group has launched a campaign to lobby against his choice of Georgia State Court of
After word broke that the Supreme Court agreed to take up the challenge to Obama’s health care law, the political left and right went into full swing trying to dig up reasons opposing justices should recuse him or herself for this
In a recently unmentioned move by the Obama Administration, Ellie Shafer (Director/White House Visitor’s Office) disseminated an email newsletter to Congress, and visiting parties, providing detailed instructions on how to