President Obama’s top spokesman told reporters that the White House is doing everything in its power to keep energy costs from soaring.
The president knocked the GOP hopeful over his continued opposition to the federal bailout of the U.S. auto industry.
During a speech to members of the National Governors Association, President Obama accidentally forgets Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley’s (D) first name. [audio:http://com.talkradionews.audio.s3.amazonaws.com/2012/2/20120227Obama5.mp3]
President Obama challenges members of the National Governors Association to help make college more affordable to students. Obama threatens to pull federal funding unless Governors can work toward reducing tuition at state schools. [audio: http://com.talkradionews.audio.s3.amazonaws.com/2012/2/20120227Obama4.mp3]
President Obama takes an indirect swipe at GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum, who recently called Obama a “snob” for saying he wanted all high school students to pursue four-year collegiate degrees. Obama tells members of the National Governors Association that he wants students to pursue all forms of higher education, including community colleges and trade [...]
President Obama tells the National Governors Association that they should protect teachers, rather than lay them off. [audio: http://com.talkradionews.audio.s3.amazonaws.com/2012/2/20120227Obama2.mp3]
President Obama encourages the National Governors Association to invest more in education. [audio: http://com.talkradionews.audio.s3.amazonaws.com/2012/2/20120227Obama1.mp3]
Construction will begin on a major portion of the Keystone XL pipeline despite the Obama administration’s previous refusals to grant TransCanada Corp. key permits for the project.
GOP candidate Newt Gingrich criticized President Barack Obama Thursday for apologizing to the Afghan government after ISAF personnel inadvertently burnt religious materials on an airbase in the country.