Posts Tagged ‘january

13
Jan
16

Omaha

A woman hugs the President after his speech at the University of Nebraska Omaha today

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The Lines

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The Welcome

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The Roar

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The Standing O

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The Speech

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“I didn’t really get it” :-)

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Visiting the Martin family in Omaha

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President Obama takes part in a living room discussion in the home of Lisa Martin and Jeff Martin and their son Cooper in Omaha, Nebraska. Lisa, as a new mother, had written a letter to the President about her concerns for the future in which her son would grow up.

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Leaving Nebraska

25
Jan
15

India: Day One

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets the President and First Lady at Palam Air Force Station in New Delhi

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Coming Up

6:45 PM (8:15 AM ET): The President and First Lady meet with Embassy personnel and families, ITC Maurya Hotel, New Dehli

7:35 PM (9:05 AM ET): The President participates in a courtesy call with President Mukherjee

7:50 PM (9:20 AM ET): The President and First Lady attend the state dinner, Rashtrapati Bhavan

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Live streaming:

India TV News * NDTV * IBN Live

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The visitors’ book at Raj Ghat: “What Dr Martin Luther King Jr said then remains true today. The spirit of Gandhi is very much alive in India today. And it remains a great gift to the world. May we always live in the spirit of love and peace –  among all people and nations.”

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The menu for the State Dinner

Continue reading ‘India: Day One’

25
Jan
15

Good Morning India

Arriving in New Delhi

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6:0 AM ET (ish): President Obama and PM Modi’s press conference

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The President and First Lady are greeted by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi upon arrival in New Delhi

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24
Jan
15

Arriving in India

Live streaming:

India TV News * NDTV * IBN Live

President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are scheduled to arrive in India at 11:30 PM ET (tonight) – but you know how it is, Air Force One might have the wind at its back, so they could arrive early – or vice versa!

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See the full Sunday schedule in the post below

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24
Jan
15

Day One in India

President Barack Obama watches as First Lady Michelle Obama dances with students during a Diwali candle lighting and performance at Holy Name High School in Mumbai, India, Nov. 7, 2010 (Photo by Pete Souza)

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All times Indian (10 hours and 30 minutes ahead of US ET)

Very approximately: 10:0 AM Sunday morning (11:30 PM ET, Saturday): President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama arrive in India

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12:0 PM (1:30 AM ET): The President participates in an official arrival ceremony with President Mukherjee, New Delhi

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12:40 PM (2:10 AM ET): Participates in a wreath laying ceremony and tree planting, Raj Ghat, New Delhi

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1:30 PM (3:0 AM ET): Participates in a working lunch with Prime Minister Modi, Hyderabad House

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2:45 PM (4:15 AM ET): Participates in a walk and talk with PM Modi, Hyderabad House

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3:05 PM (4:35 AM ET): Participates in an expanded meeting with PM Modi, Hyderabad House

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4:10 PM (5:40 AM ET): The President and PM Modi deliver statements

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6:45 PM (8:15 AM ET): The President and First Lady meet with Embassy personnel and families, ITC Maurya Hotel, New Dehli

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7:35 PM (9:05 AM ET): The President participates in a courtesy call with President Mukherjee

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7:50 PM (9:20 AM ET): The President and First Lady attend the state dinner, Rashtrapati Bhavan

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23
Dec
14

Photo Of The Year: January & February

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 (1) Golfing at Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe

(2) First Lady Michelle Obama tapes a “Let’s Move!” public service announcement with 2013 NBA Champion Miami Heat players LeBron James, left, and Dwyane Wade, in the Map Room of the White House (Photo by Amanda Lucidon)

(3) President Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and Personal Secretary Anita Decker react to a video on Decker’s computer monitor in the Outer Oval Office (Photo by Pete Souza)

(4) President Obama waits with Sergeants at Arms and Members of Congress before entering the House Chamber to deliver the State of the Union address. Standing with the President are, from left: Paul Irving, House Sergeant at Arms; House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va.; Sen. John Thune, R-S.D.; and Terrance Gainer, Senate Sergeant at Arms (Photo by Pete Souza)

(5) @petesouza: POTUS at Costco in Lanham, Md.

(6) President Obama talks on the phone with Prime Minister David Cameron of the United Kingdom in the Oval Office (Photo by Pete Souza)

(7) First Lady Michelle Obama poses for a selfie with Ryan Seacrest after taping a “Let’s Move!” interview at E! Networks in Los Angeles (Photo by Lawrence Jackson)

(8) First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden tape a Super Bowl message honoring troops and veterans, in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House (Photo by Amanda Lucidon)

Continue reading ‘Photo Of The Year: January & February’

04
Jan
14

9 Years Ago Today

U.S. Senator Barack Obama re-enacts being sworn-in by U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney on Capitol Hill in Washington, January 4, 2005. With him are his wife Michelle and their two daughters Malia and Sasha.

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Senator Obama talks with his daughter Malia, 6, outside the U.S. Capitol after he was sworn in on January 4, 2005. Chicago Tribune photo by >> Pete Souza <<

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Sasha almost not shaking hands with Cheney? One of the very great moments!

17
Oct
13

A History Lesson

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Against that backdrop, the private gatherings among the sisterhood are a source of both power and perspective. They occur every few weeks or months, depending on the need. Venues include the Senators’ homes—and occasionally the unlikely confines of the Capitol’s Strom Thurmond Room, a space named for one of the chamber’s most notorious womanizers. “We started the dinners 20 years ago on the idea that there has to be a zone of civility,” says Mikulski. Once a year the group also dines with the female Supreme Court Justices. Dianne Feinstein, who chairs the Select Committee on Intelligence, holds regular dinners for women in the national-­security world. Even the female chiefs of staff and communications directors have started regular get-togethers of their own.

In April the Senate women breached their no-outsider rule by agreeing to dine at the White House with President Obama. Going around the table, California Senator Barbara Boxer remarked that 100 years ago they’d have been meeting outside the White House gates to demand the right to vote. (“A hundred years ago, I’d have been serving you,” Obama replied.)

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This excerpt is from a TIME Magazine article about the adults in Washington being women. The interaction between Sen. Boxer and President Obama stood out to me. You can read the rest of the piece here

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16
Oct
13

The Adult In Government

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17
Jan
13

New White House Photos

First Lady Michelle Obama greets David Hall, one of eight Citizen Co-Chairs for the Inauguration, in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House, Jan. 17, 2013 (Photo by Lawrence Jackson)

President Barack Obama meets with senior advisors in the Oval Office, Saturday, Dec. 29 (Photo by Pete Souza)

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama greet members of the military and their families during Christmas dinner at Anderson Hall on Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay, Dec. 25, 2012. (Photo by Pete Souza)

President Barack Obama talks with Vice President Joe Biden and Rob Nabors, Assistant to the President and Director of Legislative Affairs, in the Oval Office, Sunday, Dec. 30 (Photo by Pete Souza)

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama listen to the Seneca Valley High School Chamber Choir in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House following a holiday reception, Dec. 5 (Photo by Pete Souza)

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michele Obama talk with the 2012 Kennedy Center Honorees in the Blue Room of the White House prior to a reception in the East Room, Dec. 2, 2012. Honorees, from left, are: Chicago bluesman Buddy Guy, Led Zeppelin keyboardist and bassist John Paul Jones, Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant, ballerina Natalia Makarova, actor Dustin Hoffman, Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, and television comedian David Letterman (Photo by Pete Souza)

President Barack Obama attends a Sandy Hook interfaith vigil at Newtown High School in Newtown, Conn., Sunday, Dec. 16, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

President Obama walks along the Colonnade of the White House, Dec. 12, 2012. (Photo by Pete Souza)

More new photos here

14
Jan
13

Heads Up: President Obama news conference (11:30 EST)

11:30 AM EST: President Obama Holds a News Conference

Also at:

White House live

11
Jan
13

Heads Up: President Obama & President Karzai Press Conference

White House live

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The press conference:

18
Dec
12

2012: An image or two …. January

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I have my calculator out, so I think I have eleven 2012 months to go after this video  …  :???: ….  (#arithmetic) …… it could be, then, that the December 2012 effort will arrive in or around October 2013. But you’ll forgive me, right. Right?!

Any way, just an image or two from January 2012.

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The Gabby Giffords hug at the State of the Union almost rivals the moment I knew President Obama was re-elected as the one that left me most teary in 2012.

How about you? Your most-loved moment from 2012? Apart from, well, obviously, the re-election moment.

27
Jan
12

afternoon all

President Barack Obama is introduced by Representative John Larson, Chairman of the Democratic House Caucus, at the House Democratic Issues Conference in Cambridge, Maryland, January 27

Intro:

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Thanks amk

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TPM: Out of the three officials who met President Obama on an airport tarmac near Phoenix earlier this week, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is now the only one who has characterized the president as anything other than cordial.

In numerous TV and radio interviews since the meeting, Brewer has said the president was “tense to say the least” and took issue with a book she wrote last year. She said Obama walked away from her while she was in mid-sentence and even told one Phoenix television station she felt “a little bit threatened” by the encounter.

But Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, who was standing just feet away from the president and the governor on Wednesday during their now-infamous encounter, told TPM that Obama seemed calm the whole time.

“He wasn’t tense at all,” Stanton said on Friday. “The guy’s a pro.”

More here

Thanks Liberal Librarian

27
Jan
12

michigan

**** Don’t miss Eclectablog‘s report and photos from Michigan today ****

A rather warm welcome:

Will post video of speech when it appears – you can see it at C-Span

The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, January 27

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