April 25, 2014

Sunday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the President announced his nominee for the next secretary of Homeland Security, spoke on the Affordable Care Act and Immigration Reform, and welcomed the Prime Minister of Pakistan and this year's Sammy Award winners to the White House. … [Read more...]

Sunday Open Thread: West Wing Week

Welcome to this week's West Wing Week, this week we take you from Pennsylvania Ave to the heartland of America, to the Rocky Mountains, to the Big Apple and south of the boarder for a packed week of travel with the President and Vice President. … [Read more...]

Saturday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the President continued to address the conflict in Syria, met with Baltic Leaders, and embarked on a three day trip to Sweden and Russia. That's August 30th to September 5th or "Stronger Together ." … [Read more...]

Sunday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the President hit the road for a College Affordability bus tour in New York and Pennsylvania, conferred the medal of honor for conspicuous gallantry, and reflected on what the Civil Rights Movement has meant for the country on the … [Read more...]

Saturday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the President embarked on a two-day trip west, to Arizona and California, to continue talking with Americans about his better bargain for the middle class, this time focusing on housing, to pay a visit to service members at Marine Base … [Read more...]

Saturday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the White House hosted the second Annual Kids' State Dinner, while the President laid out his vision for building a better, smarter, faster government, awarded the 2012 National Medals of Arts and Humanities, met with the Congressional … [Read more...]

Sunday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the First Family traveled to Africa, for a three country, four stop visit that started in Dakar, Senegal and ended in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania with stops in Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa sandwiched in between. There were drums … [Read more...]