Alan Krueger, Obama’s Economic Adviser is Leaving His Post

May 28, 2013 by  
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Alan Krueger with Obama

Alan Krueger with Obama

One of President Barack Obama’s prime economic advisers named Alan Krueger is leaving Obama’s administration.

Alan Krueger is the chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers. The White House aforesaid weekday he is returning to Princeton University to resume his previous position teaching economic science and public affairs.

A outstanding labor social scientist, Krueger was antecedently the assistant secretary for policy at the Department of the Treasury. he is been at the White House since 2011, advising Obama throughout a amount once the economy has slowly however sure enough gained strength.

Obama aforesaid Krueger has devoted his career to creating certain the economy works for everybody. The president attributed economic enhancements in no tiny half to Krueger’s efforts.

The White House aforesaid Krueger can come back to Princeton in time for the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year.

Barack Obama Address Strikes Nerve In Conservatives

December 21, 2011 by  
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Barack Obama

Barack Obama

President Obama delivered a speech at Osawatomie, Kansas is called to respond to “coup right.” This address has really struck a chord in the conservative, and radio talk took on the air and misinterpreted what Obama actually said.

The Speech President Obama just shooting, Obama came out strong against economic benefit. For those of you who do not know, economic impact is the idea that providing tax breaks and incentives for higher income earners will allow the economy to flourish and as such the benefits of the economy will “trickle down” to the poorest members of society. Read more

Obama’s Stepmother Was Granted British Citizenship

December 14, 2011 by  
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Kezia Obama Was Granted British Citizenship

Kezia Obama Was Granted British Citizenship

Kezia Obama, stepmother to United States President Barack Obama, was granted British citizenship after living in the country for almost 10 years.

The 68-year-old Kenya-born wife, who was married to Barack Obama’s late father, Barack Obama Sr., was presented with hiscertificate of citizenship by Chris Turrell, the mayor of Bracknell, Berkshire, the Telegraph reported Tuesday.

Kezia Obama lives in a bungalow in the county and is a regular point of the town bingo hall. Kezia, who was invited to the inauguration of Barack Obama in 2009, said she likes to Bracknell, where she lives near her son-in-law and his family.

She said she has no doubt that Barack Obama will return to a second term.

Iran Won’t Return US Drone

December 14, 2011 by  
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Captured US Drone Being Showcased

Captured US Drone Being Showcased

A United States drone was captured by Iran is now owned by the Islamic Republic, Defence Minister Ahmad Vahidi said Tuesday, rejecting a request by U.S. President Barack Obama for his return.

“The drone of American espionage is now owned by Iran and our country will decide what to do about it,” Vahidi was quoted as saying by the ISNA news agency. Read more

Scarlett Johansson Wants Obama Re-elected in 2012

December 14, 2011 by  
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Scarlett Johansson Wants Obama Re-elected in 2012

Scarlett Johansson Wants Obama Re-elected in 2012

Scarlett Johansson wants for Christmas is President Barack Obama re-elected in 2012.

The actress is a strong supporter of the current resident of the White House and hope the American public vote the Democratic leader in the office for a second term next year.

Speaking at the New York premiere of his latest film ”We bought a” Zoo on Monday night (12.12.11), she said, “I hope that 2012brings a re-election for President Obama I learned a lot this year. on patience and tolerance. ”

Scarlett - who was joined by her co-star Matt Damon at the screening - has no grandiose plans for the holiday season, but she looks forward to a well deserved rest after a busy 2011 and also a challenge. Read more

Optimism Returns to Obama Campaign

December 14, 2011 by  
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Optimism Returns to Obama Campaign

Optimism Returns to Obama Campaign

Barack Obama hit the campaign again on Tuesday with his campaign team supported for the first time since the summer by anapparent lack of public enthusiasm for Republican candidates and signs that Democratic voters disillusioned and independentbegin to return to the fold .

Obama campaign team smells a change after months in which his popularity has dropped dangerously below 50%. The sense ofgloom that engulfed the White House and the party since the summer begins to lift.

His campaign team are well aware that it will be a tough race with the result of the balance until the night of the elections inNovember 2012. On Tuesday, Obama acknowledged that his reelection was not a “slam dunk” because of the uncertainty in the economy.

The president, speaking to donors in a hotel near the White House, drew attention to his efforts to heal the economy, end the war in Iraq and health care overhaul, but said ”all these things does not mean much to someone if they are still out of work now or in their home is still under water by $ 100 000. so yes, it will be hard.” Read more

Obama Accepted a move by Senate Democrats to scale back his Social Security payroll tax cut

December 5, 2011 by  
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Obama Social Security Payroll

Obama Social Security Payroll

President Barack Obama accepted by Senate Democrats to move to scale back Social Security payroll tax cut His extension on Thursday, then prodded Republicans to support it in Despi requirement for the very wealthy to pay more taxes.

Obama Also Called on lawmakers to renew a program of Extended Unemployment benefits expire on Dec. 31 to two. He said the checks, which effectively kick in after six months of joblessness, are “The Last Line of Defense Between hardship and catastrophe” for some victims of the recession and painfully slow in recovery.

The president made remarks at the White House His as Republicans and Democrats in Congress said in holiday-season package was beginning to come into focus That Could Cost $ 180 billion or more over a decade. Elements includes not only the payroll tax cut and renewals Unemployment benefits, but Also a provision to avert a 27 percent reduction in the Threatened fees to doctors who treat Medicare Patients. Read more

Barack Obama is pressing EU officials on Eurozone crisis

December 5, 2011 by  
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Barack Obama to question EU officials

Barack Obama to question EU officials

Barack Obama is pressing EU officials to reach a definitive solution to the crisis of sovereign debt, which is emerging as a major concern of the U.S. election of 2012.

As Germany and France are struggling to tighten budget controls through the eurozone, the European Council President, Herman Van Rompuy and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, will face tough questions of Obama in the White House on Monday on how much long the crisis can go ahead.

No breakthroughs are expected from the meeting, which will not include the European heads of state they need to make crucial decisions about the future monetary union of 17 nations.

But Van Rompuy and Barroso influence as heads of key institutions of the EU in the center of efforts to combat the crisis, which has thrown the future of the euro area in question in a moment of weakness for the global economy. Read more

TIME Magazine Chooses Obama as Person of the Year 2008

December 18, 2008 by  
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Obama - Person of the Year 2008

Obama - Person of the Year 2008

As many people have thought, TIME magazine select Barack Obama as Person of the Year 2008. I don’t think many people will ever doubted TIME’s decision choosing Barack Obama.

What happened in the last one year have become a prove of how devoted Barack Obama to his country and the rest of human kind. His strong leadership is America’s hope for a better future. Read more

It’s Now Official, Barack Obama U.S 44th Elected President

December 16, 2008 by  
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Barack Obama's Win is Now Official

Barack Obama

After 13 electors cast their ballots this Monday, it’s now official Barack Hussien Obama is the first ever black president in the United States.

538 electors from 50 states and DC cast their ballots as the process to legally and constitutionally elect Barack Obama as nation’s 44th president. Read more