Monthly Archives: April 2011

Cabinet Members to Travel to Alabama, Mississippi to Meet with Families, Officials and View the Damage

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WASHINGTON – Following the President’s commitment today that the federal government would do everything possible to help families and communities recover from the deadly tornadoes from earlier this week, several members of his Cabinet will travel to Alabama and Mississippi on Sunday.  They will meet with families affected by the storms, as well as meet with state and local officials, while viewing damage and assessing the initial recovery efforts already underway.  More details on the Cabinet members’ trip will be released as they are available.

Those traveling to the area on Sunday include:

Janet Napolitano, Secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security;

Craig Fugate, Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Agency;

Tom Vilsack, Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture;

Shaun Donovan, Secretary, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; and

Karen Mills, Administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration.

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Orly Taitz Kicked Off O’Donnell Show for Exposing Barack Obama Social Security Fraud.flv

Attorney Orly Taitz was kicked off MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell Show for exposing Barack Obama’s Social Security Number reserved for Connecticut applicants.

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President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama Tour Storm-Ravaged Alabama

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama travel to Alabama to visit storm damaged neighborhoods and meet with families affected by deadly tornados.

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A Historic Meeting at the White House

Civil rights, economic and social justice, the rights of workers to bargain collectively…the air here at the White House was thick with these sentiments today.

They were brought to us by eight of the surviving members of the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Strike, who came to the White House today for the first time in their lives.

If that long-ago strike sticks out in your mind, it’s because Dr. Martin Luther King went to Memphis to support the almost entirely African-American sanitation workforce as they struck for union recognition, better pay, safer working conditions, and, fundamentally, respect.

It was there, on April 3, that Dr. King delivered his “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech.

And it was there, on April 4, when that amazing man was taken from us.

Please, if you do nothing else today, read (or reread) that speech.  Read it to yourself, to your partner, to your parents and to your kids.  You would be hard-pressed to find another document that so perfectly weaves together the beautiful yet all too fragile fabric of the historical struggle for basic human rights.

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President Obama, Dr. Jill Biden to Honor Teachers of the Year

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WASHINGTON, DC – On Tuesday, President Obama will honor the 2011 National Teacher of the Year and State Teachers of the Year, thanking them for their hard work and dedication each and every day in the classroom.  The President believes that the education of our children is critical to our nation’s success as we compete in a 21st century global economy.  We must make the investments in education and continue to inspire innovation, raise graduation rates, and ultimately out-educate our global competitors.
 
On Monday afternoon, Dr. Jill Biden, an educator of 30 years, will host a reception honoring the 2011 State Teachers of the Year at the Vice President’s Residence at the U.S. Naval Observatory in Washington, DC. This is the third year in a row that Dr. Biden will host this group of accomplished teachers at the Naval Observatory. Portions of this event will be pooled press.
 
The National Teacher of the Year is chosen from among the State Teachers of the Year by a national selection committee representing the major national education organizations convened by the Council of Chief State School Officers.
 
Members of the media who would like to cover the Teacher of the Year ceremony must contact media_affairs@who.eop.gov before 12 PM ET Monday, May 2.  Members of the media who do not have a White House hard pass must also submit their full name, date of birth, Social Security number, gender, country of birth, country of citizenship and current city and state of residence.
 
 
MONDAY, MAY 2
DR. JILL BIDEN will host a reception and deliver remarks honoring the 2011 National Teachers of the Year finalists
3:30 PM EDT
U.S. Naval Observatory
Portions of this event will be pooled press

 
TUESDAY, MAY 3
THE PRESIDENT will deliver remarks honoring the Teacher of the Year
11:25 AM EDT
Rose Garden
Open Press

 
The 2011 State Teachers of the Year:
 
Alabama
Phil Rodney Wilson
Ogletree Elementary School
Music, 1-5
 
Alaska
Lorrie Heagy
Glacier Valley Elementary School
Music and Library, K-5
 
American Samoa
Gingerlei Maga Uili
Lauli'i Elementary School
Mathematics, 7
 
Arizona
Amanda McAdams
Apollo High School
English, 10
 
Arkansas
Kathy Powers
Raymond and Phyllis Simon
Intermediate School
Reading, Language Arts, 5-6
 
California
Darin Curtis
Tierra Del Sol Middle School
Physical Education, 8
 
Colorado
Michelle Line Pearson
Hulstrom Options School K-8
Language Arts, Social Studies, 6-8
 
Connecticut
Kristen Ann Record
Frank Scott Bunnell High School
Physics, 9-12
 
Delaware
Joseph P. Masiello
Cab Calloway School of the Arts
English, 6
 
Department of Defense Education Activity
Angelica L. Jordan
Mannheim Elementary School
Spanish, Elementary
 
District of Columbia
Jon Nathaniel Rolle
Friendship Public Charter School-Southeast Elementary Campus
Elementary, 3
 
Florida
Cheryl Conley
Osceola Magnet Elementary School
Elementary, 4
 
Georgia
Pamela Lynch Williams
Appling County High School
Social Sciences, 9-12
 
Hawaii
Kristen Lum Brummel
Noelani Elementary School
Elementary, 4
 
Idaho
Stefani S. Cook
Rigby High School
Business Education, 10-12
 
Illinois
Annice M. Brave
Alton High School
English, Journalism, 11-12
 
Indiana
Stacy A. McCormack
Penn High School
Chemistry, Physics, General Science, 11-12
 
Iowa
Molly Boyle
Brookview Elementary School
Reading, 3
 
Kansas
Curtis Chandler
Wamego Middle School
Language Arts, 8
 
Kentucky
Erika Schmelzer Webb
East Jessamine High School
English/Language Arts, 11
 
Louisiana
Julia Williams
Lafayette High School
Mathematics, 9-11
 
Maine
Shelly Moody
Williams Elementary School
Elementary, 3-4 Looping
 
Maryland
Michelle M. Shearer
Urbana High School
Chemistry, 10-12
 
Massachusetts
Floris Wilma Ortiz
Amherst Regional Middle School
ESL, 7-8
 
Michigan
Matinga E. Ragatz
Grand Ledge High School
Social Studies, World Languages, 9-12
 
Minnesota
Ryan M. Vernosh
Maxfield Magnet School
Elementary, 5
 
Mississippi
Brad A. Shonk
Gorenflo Elementary School
Mathematics, 4
 
Missouri
Robert Becker
Kirkwood High School
Chemistry, 10-12
 
Montana
Paul Andersen
Bozeman High School
Biology, 9-12
 
Nebraska
Robert E. Feurer
North Bend Central Public Schools
Science, 7, 11-12
 
Nevada
Cheryl Macy
Carson High School
English, 9-12
 
New Hampshire
Angie C. Miller
Holderness Central School
Language Arts, 6-8
 
New Jersey
Danielle Kovach
Tulsa Trail Elementary School
Elementary, 3
 
New Mexico
Diana S. Fesmire
Chaparral Middle School
Mathematics, 6
 
New York
Jeffry Peneston
Liverpool High School
Earth Science, 9
 
North Carolina
Jennifer Joyner Facciolini
Midway High School
Social Studies, 9-12
 
North Dakota
Karen Jaclyn Toavs
Williston Middle School
Language Arts, 8
 
Northern Mariana Islands
Raena S. Bermudes
Gregorio T. Camacho Elementary School
Elementary, 3
 
Ohio
Natalie Y. Wester
Gearity Professional Development School
Elementary, 3
 
Oklahoma
Elizabeth Smith
Byng Junior High School
Reading, 7
 
Oregon
Colleen M. Works
Corvallis High School
U.S. History, Government, Sociology, 9-12
 
Pennsylvania
Jeffrey S. Chou
Highland Elementary School
Elementary, 6
 
Rhode Island
Shannon G. Donovan
Scituate High School
Science, 9-12
 
South Carolina
Kelly Hall Nalley
Fork Shoals School
Spanish, 2-5
 
South Dakota
Susan Turnipseed
Camelot Intermediate School
Technology, 4
 
Tennessee
Cheryl D. Deaton
Pigeon Forge Primary School
Reading, Math, Social Studies, 4
 
Texas
Daniel Leija
Esparza Elementary School
Math and Science, 5
 
Utah
Gay Beck
Highland Elementary School
Elementary, K
 
Vermont
Jennifer Erin Lawson
Vergennes Union High School
Language Arts and Social Studies, 7-8
 
Virgin Islands
Daniela C. Roumou
Lockhart Elementary School
Elementary, 4
 
Virginia
LaTonya E. Waller
Lucille M. Brown Middle School
Science, 6, 8
 
Washington
Jay W. Maebori
Kentwood High School
Language Arts, 10-12
 
West Virginia
Drema McNeal
Park Middle School
Language Arts, 6
 
Wisconsin
Maureen Look-Ainsworth
Horning Middle School
Science, 8
 
Wyoming
Laurie Lynn Graves
Big Horn Elementary School
Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, 3

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West Wing Week: “Final Adjustments”

Welcome to the West Wing Week, your guide to everything that's happening at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. This week, while the White House celebrated Easter, holding the traditional egg roll on the South Lawn, President Obama kept his focus on the nation's finances, working on short term and long term ways to get away from high gas prices.  He also pledged support for Alabama and other states in the South hit by devastating storms and announced new key members of his National Security team.

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OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE SCAM : THE “COPY” IS NOT A COPY

Video credit: youtube = kdenninger Apr 27, 2011. watch?v=2eOfYwYyS_c Obama’s Birth Certificate: The "copy" the White House released is not a copy. It is manufactured. This video goes through the proof, and it’s much more than the Illustrator "breadcrumbs" that others have found and talked about. You’ve been had America, and the White House was dumb enough to stick proof of it on their own web server.

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Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

Today is Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. The Executive Office of the President celebrated by encouraging staff to bring their children to work with them at the White House. Over 150 children took part in a program designed to encourage young people to explore the different paths they can take to create their own future. The theme for this year’s event was Invent Your Future: A Day at the White House for Tomorrow’s Leaders.

The day began with the children taking the same Oath of Office their parents took on their first day in the EOP. They were then treated to a slideshow presentation from the White House Photo Office, showing the President and Vice President at work in Washington, DC and around the country. The children also learned first-hand what it is like to work for the United States Secret Service, the National Park Service, the White House Pastry Chef, and the Office of Science and Technology Policy. The highlight of the event was a question and answer session with First Lady Michelle Obama, where the children asked about her job as First Lady, and First Mom. Some of the great questions included: What is her favorite sport (tennis); what is her first favorite book (Song of Solomon); and what is Bo’s favorite activity (walking the White House grounds or cuddling with the First Lady).

A special thanks to all those who helped the children of the EOP take another step toward inventing their future.

Hilary Alley is the Associate Director of the White House Office of Management and Administration.

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Readout of the President’s Meeting with Influential Hispanics on Fixing the Broken Immigration System

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In a meeting in the Roosevelt Room today, the President and Senior Administration officials met with influential Hispanics from across the country to discuss the importance of fixing the broken immigration system for our nation’s 21st century economic and security needs so that America can win the future. The President reiterated his deep disappointment that Congressional action on immigration reform has stalled and that the DREAM Act failed to pass in the U.S. Senate after passing the U.S. House with a bipartisan majority in December.

The President talked about the broken immigration system, including concerns he heard about when he met with leaders from the law enforcement, faith and business sectors last week. The President reiterated his concern that we educate the best and brightest but then ship that talent overseas or expel talented young people who have grown up as Americans and want to further their education or serve in our military. The President reiterated his commitment to comprehensive immigration reform that both strengthens security at our borders while restoring accountability to the broken immigration system, and pointed out that perpetuating a broken immigration system is not an option if America is to win the future.

The President also noted that the only way to fix what’s broken about our immigration system is through legislative action in Congress, and that he cannot unilaterally change the law. He made it clear that while his Administration continues to improve our legal immigration system, secure our borders, and enhance our immigration enforcement so that it is more effectively and sensibly focused on criminals, more voices are needed to elevate the immigration debate beyond the politics, false debates, and rhetoric that have dominated the issue.

The President urged meeting participants to help elevate the debate, and to reach out in their unique capacities and in a public way to forge partnerships across sectors and across demographics. There was broad agreement that more voices are needed to change the tone of the debate so that Congress acts to fix the broken system in a way that upholds America's history as a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants. The President reaffirmed that he will continue to work to forge bipartisan consensus and will intensify efforts to lead a civil debate on this issue in the coming weeks and months. Prior to meeting with the President, senior Administration officials also briefed participants on a range of issues of importance to Hispanics and all Americans including the economy and education.

A photo of the meeting can be found HERE.

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