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Restoring Opportunity for All‏...


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Weekly Address: Restoring Opportunity for All

In his weekly address, President Obama discussed the goals he laid out in the State of the Union address to expand opportunity for all -- so that every American can get ahead and have a shot at creating a better life for their kids.

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West Wing Week 01/31/14 or "West Wing Week Turns 200!"

This anniversary episode, hosted by the President, coincides with this year's State of the Union Address. We take you behind the scenes and on the road to speak directly with Americans like you about your lives and your families, and show how together we can make sure that every American who works and studies hard has a real chance to get ahead.

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What You Missed: A Virtual Road Trip with President Obama

Yesterday afternoon, President Obama traveled (virtually) around the country via Google+ Hangout to answer questions about his State of the Union Address from everyday Americans.

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President Obama Travels the Country to Promote Opportunity for All

Following the State of the Union address, the President traveled across the country this week to talk more about the importance of opportunity for all.

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Watch: West Wing Week Turns 200!‏..


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Watch: West Wing Week Turns 200!

This anniversary episode, hosted by the President, coincided with this year's State of the Union Address. We take you behind the scenes and on the road to speak directly with Americans like you about your lives and your families -- and show how together we can make sure that every American who works and studies hard has a real chance to get ahead.

Watch President Obama host the 200th episode of West Wing Week:

Watch the 200th episode West Wing Week

 

 
 

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Weekly Address: Restoring Opportunity for All

In his weekly address, President Obama discussed the goals he laid out in the State of the Union address to expand opportunity for all -- so that every American can get ahead and have a shot at creating a better life for their kids.

READ MORE

What You Missed: A Virtual Road Trip with President Obama

Last Friday, President Obama traveled (virtually) around the country via Google+ Hangout to answer questions about his State of the Union Address from everyday Americans.

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President Obama Travels the Country to Promote Opportunity for All

Following his fifth State of the Union address last week, President Obama traveled across the country to talk more about the importance of opportunity for all.

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 Today's Schedule

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10:45 AM: The President and Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing

1:00 PM: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney WATCH LIVE

2:00 PM: The President meets with the recipients of the 2013 Fermi Award

2:30 PM: The President meets with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid

 

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In Coffee Shops But Not in Classrooms?‏...


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In Coffee Shops But Not in Classrooms?

ConnectED is President Obama’s initiative to enrich K-12 education for every student in America -- empowering teachers with technology and training to make the most of it, and empowering students through individualized learning and rich, digital content. At the center of that program: a challenge to connect 99% of students to next-generation connectivity within five years. Because, as the President has said, "In a country where we expect free Wi-Fi with our coffee, why shouldn’t we have it in our schools?"

Today, at Buck Lodge Middle School in Maryland, President Obama announced major progress toward realizing the ConnectED goal.

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Fewer than 1 in 3 of America’s classrooms have Internet access that supports digital learning

 

 

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Apply for the Chance to Attend a White House State Visit Arrival Ceremony

On Tuesday, February 11th, 2014, President Obama and the First Lady will welcome President François Hollande of France to the White House. Sign up now for your chance to join other White House social media followers at the Official Visit.

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Announcing the First White House Maker Faire

At the 2012 White House Science Fair, Joey Hudy wowed the President by using a homemade cannon to send a marshmallow flying across the State Dining Room. Joey then handed the President a business card reading, “Don’t be bored, make something.” The saying became a rallying cry for the President’s efforts to grow a generation of students who are “makers of things, not just consumers of things.” Inspired by “Joey Marshmallow” and the millions of citizen-makers driving the next era of American innovation, we are thrilled to announce plans to host the first-ever White House Maker Faire later this year.

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West Wing Week Turns 200!

This anniversary episode, hosted by the President, coincided with this year’s State of the Union Address. We’ll take you behind the scenes and on the road to speak directly with Americans like you about your lives and your families, and how together we can make sure that every American who works and studies hard has a real chance to get ahead.

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 Today’s Schedule

All times are Eastern Time (ET)

7:30 AM: The Vice President and Secretary of State John Kerry meet for breakfast

9:45 AM: The President and Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing

11:10 AM: The President visits a Buck Lodge Middle School classroom

11:30 AM: The President delivers remarks on ConnectED

12:40 PM: The President and Vice President meet for lunch

1:30 PM: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney WATCH LIVE

3:00 PM: The President and Vice President meet with Department of Defense leadership on Afghanistan

4:30 PM: The President and Vice President meet with the House Democratic Caucus

 

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Weekly Address: Expanding Opportunity for the American People‏...


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Weekly Address: Expanding Opportunity for the American People

In this week’s address, President Obama says he will do everything he can to make a difference for the middle class and those working to get into the middle class, so that we can expand opportunity for all and build an economy that works for the American people.

Click here to watch this week’s Weekly Address.

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Making Major ConnectED Progress

President Obama announced this week major progress toward realizing the ConnectED goal to provide 99 percent of students with high-speed Internet access at school.

From Twitter: In a country where we expect free WI-FI with our coffee, we should have it in our schools. #ConnectED.

Over the next two years, the Federal Communications Commission will invest billion to connect more than 20 million students to next-generation broadband and wireless. Further, private-sector companies including Apple, AT&T, Autodesk, Microsoft, O’Reilly Media, Sprint, and Verizon have committed more than 0 million to deliver cutting-edge technologies to classrooms.

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POTUS Puts On His Director’s Hat

Before making the ConnectED announcement, President Obama dropped by a Maryland middle school classtiin where he borrowed one of the student’s iPad and made his directorial debut with this award-worthy short film:

Watch the President’s short film

Mr. President, we’re definitely looking forward to your next movie. Rumor has it, it’s about a boy and his marshmallow...

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Announcing the First White House Maker Faire

"Don’t be bored, make something." That phrase, offered by then-14-year old Joey Hudy — after he sent a marshmallow flying across the State Dining Room — to the President, became a rallying cry for the President’s efforts to grow a generation of students who are makers.

President Obama watches Joey shoot his marshmallow cannon with awe

Inspired by "Joey Marshmallow" and the millions of citizen-makers driving the next era of American innovation, we announced plans to host the first-ever White House Maker Faire later this year.

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The First Lady Shares Her "I’m First" Story

In this video released for the "I’m First" storytelling project, First Lady Michelle Obama talks about her experience as a first-generation college student.

She reminds us all that "no matter where you come from or how much money your family has, I want you to know that you can succeed in college, and get your degree, and then go on to build an incredible life for yourself."

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Economic Benefits of the Affordable Care Act

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, 5 million people will save an average of ,700 on their health insurance in 2014. In 2016, approximately 19 million people will benefit from even larger savings.

Each year, millions of people will benefit from tax credits worth thousands.

Jason Furman, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, explained that the latest analysis of the Affordable Care Act from the Congressional Budget Office shows why the Affordable Care Act " will make it easier for people take a risk and start a business, take time out of the labor force to raise a family, or retire when they are ready." To learn more about the full report and see five more charts showing off the benefits of the ACA, read his full blog post.

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West Wing Week 2/7/14

As always, to catch up on all of this week’s events, watch the latest episode of West Wing Week:

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España se abre a 'sus' judíos...

El Edicto de Expulsión, conocido como Edicto de Granada, promulgado el 31 de marzo de 1492 por los Reyes Católicos, rezaba:

Acordamos de mandar salir todos los judíos y judías de nuestros reinos y que jamás tornen ni vuelvan a ellos ni alguno de ellos.

Y así quedó el asunto en España hasta el siglo XIX.

El profesor Haim Beinart, una de las más altas autoridades sobre la historia de Sefarad, afirmó que 200.000 individuos judíos salieron de la Península Ibérica. El historiador Miguel Ángel Motis afirma por su parte que sólo 100.000 judíos practicantes vivían en España en 1492 y que la mitad de éstos aceptaron el bautizo y se quedaron como conversos. Siendo a día de hoy la cifra exacta de los expulsados motivo de debate –el historiador Joseph Pérez es el más modesto, hablando de 50.000 expulsados–, la cuestión es que hoy existen unos dos millones de sefardíes descendientes de los expulsados en 1492. Dos millones de personas que no han olvidado su añorada Sefarad y que han seguido hablando, rezando y cantando en el idioma de de sus ancestros, el ladino, o su vertiente hispano-marroquí, la haketía.

Ciertamente, España se había convertido desde el siglo VII hasta el XII en un refugio, en el centro del pueblo judío tras la destrucción de Jerusalén. Maimónides, Najmánides o Ibn Gabirol son ejemplos paradigmáticos de ello: han sido figuras centrales no sólo para el judaísmo, también luminarias imperecederas de la cultura universal. La primera evidencia de presencia judía en la Península puede remontarse al siglo VII aC, en un anillo fenicio encontrado en Cádiz con inscripciones paleo-hebraicas. Hay cierta unanimidad en que a partir del siglo III ya había comunidades asentadas en el territorio, como lo demuestra la lápida de una niña judía, Salomonula, en la antigua ciudad portuaria de Abdera (situada en Adra, Almería), datada en ese siglo. Pero tras el Edicto de Granada –y con el ominoso preámbulo de una desenfrenada ola de ataques antisemitas que comenzaron en 1212, cuando los cruzados arrasaron la judería de Toledo– "termina, pues, la historia del judaísmo español", según palabras de Pérez.

El pasado día 7 el Gobierno cerró un ciclo que comenzó hace 524 años, cuando lo que comenzaba a formarse como España decidió extirpar de su cuerpo uno de sus principales miembros. En la exposición de motivos del anteproyecto de ley para la concesión de la nacionalidad española a los sefardíes, dotado de una redacción hermosa y nostálgica, se repasa brevemente la relación que han tenido España y sus judíos. Esta ley supone el fin de la expulsión, el retorno final y absoluto de los judíos sefardíes, la conclusión de un proceso que ha sido llevado a cabo por los sucesivos Gobiernos españoles, independientemente de su color político, para restablecer la injusticia que dejó a los judíos de entonces como "españoles apátridas". El escritor Francisco Bueno los define como

unos españoles que hace muchos años fueron expulsados de su patria. Vivieron en cada una de nuestras ciudades, en pueblos, aquí, junto a nosotros, disfrutaron de este paraíso llamado por ellos Sefarad, enriquecieron nuestra historia y ahora son muchos de ellos españoles de sentimiento que no conocen España.

En 1886 Práxedes Mateo Sagasta inicia un acercamiento a los sefardíes, posteriormente continuado por el senador Ángel Pulido, que desembocó en la autorización del Gobierno para la apertura de sinagogas en España, la creación en 1910 de la Alianza Hispano-Hebrea en Madrid y la constitución de la Casa Universal de los Sefardíes en 1920. Sin embargo, el Edicto de Granada, no había sido aún anulado.

El 20 de noviembre de 1924 Miguel Primo de Rivera publica un decreto ley según el cual los sefardíes tenían derecho a obtener la nacionalidad española. Dicho decreto, que no menciona a los sefardíes específicamente, habla de

(...) individuos pertenecientes a familias de origen español (...) con sentimientos arraigados de amor a España, [que] por desconocimiento de la ley y por otras causas ajenas a su voluntad de ser españoles, no han logrado obtener nuestra nacionalidad (...)

Gracias a este histórico decreto diplomáticos como Ángel Sanz Briz, Bernardo Roldán, Eduardo Gasset, Sebastián Radigales, Julio Palencia Álvarez o Ginés Vidal acogieron a judíos sefardíes como españoles y les libraron del exterminio y de las cámaras de gas. En total, unos 40.000 judíos salvaron la vida durante la Shoá gracias a ese decreto.En 1956 Golda Meir, socialista y evidentemente con pocas simpatías hacia la dictadura franquista, agradeció en la Knéset públicamente al régimen del general Franco por haber salvado judíos de la persecución nazi. También reconocieron esta ayuda española a los judíos el antiguo embajador e histórico laborista israelí Shlomo ben Ami y el que fuera presidente del Congreso Judío Mundial, Israel Singer.

No obstante, no fue hasta el 21 de diciembre de 1969 cuando, mediante decreto, se deroga el Edicto de Granada, pero no es publicado en el BOE. La historia de la reconciliación sigue escribiéndose.

En 1986 se establecen relaciones diplomáticas entre España e Israel.En 1990 se concede a las comunidades sefardíes del mundo el Premio Príncipe de Asturias de la Concordia, y el 31 de marzo de 1992, 500 años después de promulgación del Edicto de Granada, el rey de España, en presencia del presidente de Israel, Haim Herzog, deroga definitivamente el Edicto de Granada.

Es cierto que hasta ahora muchos sefardíes, huérfanos de una legislación propia sobre la materia, han venido solicitando la nacionalidad española amparándose en las "circunstancias excepcionales" que invoca nuestro Código Civil a través del mecanismo de la carta de naturaleza, un procedimiento discrecional por el que el Gobierno se permite otorgar la nacionalidad española a súbditos extranjeros. Sin embargo, la falta de unos requisitos concretos, así como los larguísimos plazos del trámite, desembocaban en la desesperación de muchos, que dudaban de que Madrid, ante la ausencia de norma alguna, acabara estimando su solicitud. Justamente el espíritu de este anteproyecto es el de dotar a los interesados del mecanismo legal necesario para la obtención de la nacionalidad española, articulando los medios jurídicos para ello y con la delimitación de unos requisitos formales y específicos para los sefardíes, que ven así cumplidos sus deseos, más allá de las lógicas correcciones y mejoras de cualquier norma jurídica.

Los sefardíes de todo el mundo debemos congratularnos con esta noticia, cuyo corolario será la aprobación definitiva por las Cortes de una ley que trascenderá por los siglos de los siglos, que reescribirá la historia de nuestro país e invitará a la reconciliación definitiva entre España y los judíos. Que así sea.

Elías y José Cohen son sefardíes españoles descendientes de los sefardíes expulsados en 1492. 

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Venezuela: Lucha por la libertad sin ira...No a la dictadura soZialista cubazuelana...

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"Buenos días Mundo, Buenos Días Venezuela, Buenos Días Amigos...Venezuela tal como lo hemos dicho aquí se muere y está a punto de una guerra civil si no echan a Maduro con el movimiento pacífico en la calle...En manos de los incompetentes sozialistas Cubazuelanos el país se desangra: ahora además hay tres jóvenes estudiantes adolescentes muertos en el armario del sozialismo...repleto por otra parte de escasez, paro, miseria, corrupción, máxima criminalidad...etc....No va más para Cubazuela...No se puede ser una colonia garrapateada por el insecto castrista que le está chupando la sangre hasta dejarla exangüe...de la mano del agente del G2 cubano Maduro, experto en mentiras, trampas, inoperancia, liberticidios, mala gestión...y culpable máximo del desastre sozialista: haber convertido a uno de los países mas ricos del mundo en el mayor paria mundial..., aislado de los países civilizados, repleto de malandros en el gobierno que se lo llevan crudo..y hundido en la miseria mas atroz...!!Venezolanos en vuestras manos está el evitar la guerra civil movilizándoos pacíficamente hasta acabar con la dictadura soZialista Cubazuelana de Maduro y sus quates...!!...."...Mateo Mathaus, escritor...

http://www.welt.de/politik/ausland/article124909112/Venezuela-steht-am-Rande-eines-Buergerkrieges.html#disqus_thread

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Making America’s Trucks More Efficient...

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Making America’s Trucks More Efficient

Yesterday, the President directed the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation to set the next round of fuel efficiency standards for medium- and heavy-duty trucks by March 2016. This next round of standards will build on the historic work done to date, support American manufacturing innovation, and spur the development of new technologies.

Learn how we're going to make our trucks more efficient.

The President greets Safeway workers after announcing new fuel efficiency standards for large trucks.

President Barack Obama greets audience members after delivering remarks on improving the fuel efficiency of American trucks, at the Safeway Distribution Center in Upper Marlboro, Md., Feb. 18, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

 

 

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We the People Response: Reaffirming the White House's Commitment to Net Neutrality

Since his days as a United States Senator, President Obama has embraced the principle of net neutrality. Rights of free speech, and the free flow of information, are central to our society and economy -- and the principle of net neutrality gives every American an equal and meaningful opportunity to participate in both. Indeed, an open Internet is an engine for freedom around the world.

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Congressional Budget Office Report Finds Minimum Wage Lifts Wages for 16.5 Million Workers

The new Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report finds that 16.5 million workers would get a raise from increasing the minimum wage to .10 per hour and this would help millions of hard-working families, reduce poverty, and increase the overall wages going to lower-income households.

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The Fifth Anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

Five years ago, President Obama signed into law the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. In the four years following the Recovery Act, the President built on this initial step, signing into law over a dozen fiscal measures that extended key features of the Act and provided new sources of support.

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 Today's Schedule

All times are Eastern Time (ET)

8:15 AM: The President departs the White House

8:30 AM: The President departs Joint Base Andrews

1:00 PM: The Vice President delivers remarks highlighting the need for continued investment in infrastructure to create jobs and grow our economy

1:10 PM: The President arrives in Toluca, Mexico

1:35 PM: The President greets President Nieto

1:55 PM: The President holds a restricted bilateral meeting with President Nieto

2:10 PM: The President holds an expanded bilateral meeting with President Nieto

3:40 PM: The President accompanies North American leaders for a family photo

3:45 PM: The President attends a working lunch

5:20 PM: The President participates in a walk and talk with Prime Minister Harper of Canada

5:50 PM: The President delivers remarks with President Nieto and Prime Minister Harper WATCH LIVE

6:30 PM: The President participates in the Trilateral North American Leaders Summit Meeting 

7:00 PM: The Vice President attends an event for the Democratic National Committee

8:15 PM: The President, President Nieto and Prime Minister Harper hold a press conference WATCH LIVE

9:50 PM: The President departs Mexico en route Washington, DC

1:50 AM: The President arrives Joint Base Andrews

2:05 AM: The President arrives the White House

 

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What .10 would mean for you‏...


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What .10 would mean for you

President Obama is calling on Congress to raise the federal minimum wage from .25 to .10. And the President has taken the first step by signing an Executive Order raising the minimum wage for federal contractors.

Raising the federal minimum wage will give millions of Americans a raise, and it's long overdue -- because no one who works full-time should have to live in poverty.

Last week, we asked what raising the minimum wage meant to you.

The stories you shared are a strong argument for exactly how important it is that we get this done. Raising the minimum wage helps Americans young and old. It helps provide relief for those who are just scraping by, and it helps those saving for a rainy day. It's the right thing to do, but don't take our word for it.

Read these stories from folks like you -- then forward them on, and submit your own.

Raising the minimum wage will allow me and my family to live comfortably, not worry about living from paycheck to paycheck.
Vennatte E., Huntsville, TX

It would give me a chance to save something for the future of my kids and grandchildren.
Malissa M., Bloxom, VA

This would help out single parents like me to help finish raising their kids alone on one income.
Idrissa S., Oglethorpe, GA

It will help me save money to go to the college of my dreams and help me lift the burden off my mother.
Shelby S., Long Beach, CA

The stories you share make a difference. Share your story and help spread the message: We need to raise the minimum wage.

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Venezuela, a bote pronto....Las heridas se curan, cicatrices desaparecen,LA GLORIA ES PARA SIEMPRE...

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WOUNDS HEAL, SCARS FADE, GLORY IS FOREVER..

Caracas, 08:45 a.m. BUENO ES LARGO DE ANALIZAR PERO CREO QUE EL GOBIERNO ESTA COMETIENDO ERROR TRAS ERROR...1º MATANDO GENTE POR MANIFESTARSE HA ABIERTO EL CAMINO DE NO VUELTA ATRÁS...Y PUEDE QUE ALGUIEN EMPIECE TAMBIÉN A PEGAR TIROS DESDE LA CALLE HACIA LOS ASESINOS...2º SE ME PARECE TODO COMO UNA GOTA DE AGUA A LOS ULTIMOS TIEMPOS DEL REGIMEN SOZIALISTA DE CEAUCESCU EN RUMANIA..3º SE HAN ABIERTO POR PARTE DE MADURO Y EL REGIMEN BOQUETES EN EL SEBIN Y EN LAS FUERZAS ARMADAS...LO CUAL ES PELIGROSO PARA MADURO...4º LA OPOSICIÓN TIENE AHORA UN MARTIR EN LA CÁRCEL INJUSTAMENTE TRATADO...5º EL SENTIMIENTO POPULAR ES QUE NO HAY VUELTA ATRÁS: HAY QUE SEGUIR LA LUCHA EN LA CALLE INTENSIFICANDO LOS CIERRES DE CALLES HASTA QUE LA SITUACIÓN SE LES HAGA INSOSTENIBLE A LOS SOZIALISTAS DICTADORES...6º TODAS LAS NOCHES RESUENAN LAS CACEROLAS LO QUE DA IDEA DEL TAMAÑO QUE ESTA TOMANDO LA PROTESTA...Y ESO A PESAR DE QUE TIRADORES DEL GOBIERNO DISPAREN CONTRA LAS AMAS DE CASA QUE HACEN TAÑIR SU PROTESTA...7º FUERZA Y HONOR PARA VENEZUELA...

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The President Is Betting on Team USA, Literally‏...


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The President Is Betting on Team USA, Literally

Today, the U.S. women's hockey team faces Canada in a battle for Olympic gold. Tomorrow, our men's team will also face our northern neighbors in the Olympic semifinal. President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper decided to make things interesting...

See the President's tweet and follow @WhiteHouse on Twitter:

Tweet from @WhiteHouse: .@pmharper and I bet on the women's and men's US-Canada hockey games. Winner gets a case of beer for each game. #GoTeamUSA! -bo

 

 
 
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President Obama Travels to Mexico for the North American Leaders' Summit

Yesterday, the President traveled to Toluca, Mexico for this year's North American Leaders' Summit, along with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Harper. President Obama spoke about the importance of our strong relationship with our fellow North American nations and how that relationship improves job creation and security.

Learn more about the President's trip to Mexico and read his full remarks.

Instagram from @WhiteHouse: Air Force One, wheels up to Mexico.


 
 
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Here's What You Said .10 Would Mean for You

Last week, we asked what raising the minimum wage meant to you. The stories you shared are a strong argument for exactly how important it is we get this done. Raising the minimum wage helps Americans young and old. It helps provide relief for those who are just scraping by, and it helps those saving for a rainy day. And it's also the right thing to do -- but don't take our word for it.

READ MORE

Kicking Vehicle Efficiency into High Gear

On Tuesday, the President directed the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation to set the next round of fuel efficiency standards for medium- and heavy-duty trucks by March 2016. This next round of standards will build on the historic work done to date, support American manufacturing innovation, and spur the development of new technologies.

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We the People Response: Reaffirming the White House's Commitment to Net Neutrality

Since his days as a United States Senator, President Obama has embraced the principle of net neutrality. Rights of free speech, and the free flow of information, are central to our society and economy -- and the principle of net neutrality gives every American an equal and meaningful opportunity to participate in both. Indeed, an open Internet is an engine for freedom around the world.

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 Today's Schedule

All times are Eastern Time (ET)

1:00 PM: Press Briefing by Principal Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest WATCH LIVE

2:00 PM: The Vice President meets with members of the Cabinet to discuss ways to identify job skills that match the demands of American companies, while creating training programs to teach those skills across the country

5:35 PM: The President delivers remarks and answers questions at the Democratic Governors Association dinner

 

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We Might Be Building Iron Man‏....


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We Might Be Building Iron Man

Yesterday, President Obama announced new public-private manufacturing innovation institutes -- one in Chicago and one in the Detroit area -- that will help attract the types of high-quality jobs that a growing middle class requires.

But the President had another announcement, too:

I'm here to announce that we're building Iron Man. I'm going to blast off in a second... this has been a secret project we've been working on for a long time. Not really. Maybe. It's classified.

Find out more about yesterday's announcement and Iron Man. Maybe.

President Obama delivers remarks about manufacturing innovation.

President Barack Obama delivers remarks announcing two new public-private Manufacturing Innovation Institutes, and launches the first of four new Manufacturing Innovation Institute Competitions, in the East Room of the White House, Feb. 25, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)

 

 

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Get Your Popcorn Ready! It's the First-Ever White House Film Festival

On Friday, February 28, the White House is hosting the first-ever Student Film Festival, featuring the work of more than a dozen young filmmakers who created short films celebrating the role of technology in the classroom.

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Kids Teach the First Lady and Will Ferrell About Being Healthy

In celebration of the fourth anniversary of Let's Move!, the First Lady and comedian Will Ferrell hosted a "focus group" with young kids to ask them about eating healthy and being active. Watch what they had to say.

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Governors Come to D.C. for the National Governors Association Winter Meeting

This weekend, governors from across the nation gathered in Washington, D.C. for the 2014 National Governors Association Winter Meeting. During the meeting, the President reiterated his desire to work closely with the governors in order to make their states -- and our nation as a whole -- even better.

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 Today's Schedule

All times are Eastern Time (ET)

10:15 AM: The President and Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing

11:15 AM: The President departs the White House en route Joint Base Andrews

11:30 AM: The President departs Joint Base Andrews

1:50 PM: The President arrives Minnesota

2:00 PM: The Vice President holds a listening session with college presidents and university officials as part of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault 

2:15 PM: The President tours the Metro Transit Light Rail Operations and Maintenance Facility

3:05 PM: The President delivers remarks WATCH LIVE

4:05 PM: The President departs Minnesota

6:10 PM: The President arrives Joint Base Andrews

6:25 PM: The President arrives the White House

 

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Watch: How the President and Vice President Move, and More‏...


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Watch: How the President and Vice President Move, and More 

This week, the President announced two new manufacturing hubs, and his "My Brother's Keeper" initiative, toured a new light rail system in St. Paul, Minnesota, and spoke on the importance of supporting American infrastructure jobs. The First Lady celebrated the fourth anniversary of her Let's Move! initiative with both Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler, while the Vice President kicked off the inaugural episode of "Late Night with Seth Meyers."

Check out the latest West Wing Week and get caught up on what you've missed:

Watch: West Wing Week 2/28/14

 

 

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The Moment You've Been Waiting For: The President and the Vice President Show Us Their Moves

Last week, the First Lady encouraged Americans to show her how they move through eating well, exercising, or doing other healthy activities. She promised that if we get enough of a response, "the President, and maybe the Vice President, will show us how they move." Well, you showed us how you move, and the First Lady is keeping her promise.

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Today: The First-Ever White House Student Film Festival

A few months ago, the White House challenged students to create short films answering a simple question: Why is technology so important in the classroom -- and how will it change the educational experience for kids in the future? The response was overwhelming. Today, the 16 official selections are going to be screened at the first-ever White House Student Film Festival.

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Helping Families Make Healthier Choices: FDA to Update Nutrition Facts Label

The celebration of Let's Move!'s fourth anniversary continued yesterday with another announcement demonstrating how the country is moving toward a healthier new norm. As part of continued efforts to ensure that parents have the information they need to make healthier choices, the First Lady announced proposed updates to the Nutrition Facts label.

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 Today's Schedule

All times are Eastern Time (ET)

10:00 AM: The President receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

12:15 PM: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney 

3:50 PM: The President delivers remarks at the White House Student Film Festival WATCH LIVE

4:50 PM: The President delivers remarks at a DNC meeting

5:20 PM: The President attends a DNC event

8:00 PM: The Vice President attends an event for the Democratic National Committee

 

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