Presidential News for February 25, 2013

Hello and Welcome to the News for the President of the United States, his administration, and all items connected to the office and Congress.  Today is Monday, February 25, 2013, which is the 56th day of 2013.   We are now a little over 15% of the way through 2013…are you 15% of the way towards your goals for this year?  Your time is very valuable, so let’s go straight to the stories of the day!    

HHS Study: Head Start Kids Have More Problems with Math, Social Interactions.  Well, this puts a different light (not a good one either!) on another of Mr. Obama’s (and the left in general) arguments in favor of government running our schools!

Distorted Video Makes McCain Look Heartless Over Mass Shooting.   “We don’t expect MSNBC and other liberal outlets to agree with Senator McCain, but they should be expected to fulfill their basic journalistic responsibilities to represent his comments accurately and in context,”

White House sics Dem governors on GOP in fight over sequester.   Amazingly enough, this is only a REDUCTION IN FUTURE SPENDING…NOT an actual Budget Cut!

The Comeback of Silent Cal.  ‘Shlaes agrees that Roosevelt’s initial policies seemed to end the downward deflationary spiral. But then bigger government, higher taxes and aggressive regulation led to further recession and years of achingly slow growth. Sound familiar?’

On Sequestration cuts, Washington throws a Temper Tantrum.   ‘Why would we expect any public servant to tell us his or her work is suddenly less vital to our nation? Do we believe any government agency would confess that it could do with a single tax dollar less?’


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