Friday, August 17, 2012

Obama better for world economy: poll

Obama better for world economy: poll International business leaders bet on Obama's predicted second term upswing.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Obama most photographed president

I read somewhere that President Obama is the most photographed president. I concur! BTW I had to hang off of the riser to get the HD vid and pulled snapshots from the vid in Movie Maker. The Big Boys had the top slots, so I crawled into a corner of the riser and wedged my elbow into a part of it and hung on! I know I looked weird but I got some good stills so it's par for the course. —Leslie

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Our American President Campaigns in Chicago

President Obama arrived in Chicago this weekend, campaigning for his second term in the White House and to remind the American public to vote for him in November because his plan for America works for Americans.

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

President Obama in Colorado

President Obama on two-day campaign stump in Colorado, speaking on women's issues, taxes.

Tuesday, August 07, 2012

White House Photo of the Day

President Barack Obama talks with advisors in the Oval Office, Aug. 6, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Monday, August 06, 2012

Statement by the President of the United States: On the planet Mars, the United States of America made history


The successful landing of Curiosity – the most sophisticated roving laboratory ever to land on another planet – marks an unprecedented feat of technology that will stand as a point of national pride far into the future. It proves that even the longest of odds are no match for our unique blend of ingenuity and determination.

Tonight's success, delivered by NASA, parallels our major steps forward towards a vision for a new partnership with American companies to send American astronauts into space on American spacecraft. That partnership will save taxpayer dollars while allowing NASA to do what it has always done best – push the very boundaries of human knowledge. And tonight’s success reminds us that our preeminence – not just in space, but here on Earth – depends on continuing to invest wisely in the innovation, technology, and basic research that has always made our economy the envy of the world.

I congratulate and thank all the men and women of NASA who made this remarkable accomplishment a reality – and I eagerly await what Curiosity has yet to discover.