President Barack Obama Writes Fifth-Grader An Awesome Absence Note

Now honestly, how cool is that? HyperVocal President Barack Obama hosted six separate fundraisers in Minnesota and Chicago on Friday. But before he counted his new-found cash, Obama made an official presidential visit to a Honeywell factory in a Minneapolis suburb. There, he was introduced by Ryan Sullivan, a new employee at the factory. Ryan’s… More President Barack Obama Writes Fifth-Grader An Awesome Absence Note

All 67 Florida Election Supervisors Suspend Governor Rick Scott’s Voter Purge

This is what DEMOCRACY looks like! The Obamacrat On Thursday, the Justice Department demanded Florida Governor Rick Scott end his extensive purge of registered voters from the rolls because it was in violation offederal law. Scott still hasn’t formally responded but his county election supervisors have already taken action. The Palm Beach Post reports: Florida elections supervisors said… More All 67 Florida Election Supervisors Suspend Governor Rick Scott’s Voter Purge

Politico’s: The week in one-liners: Wolf, FLOTUS, Newt

Politico The top quotes in politics … “I did an awful, awful lot that was wrong.”  — Former Sen. John Edwards speaking after a mistrial was declared in his federal campaign finance trial. “He’s slightly wacked.” — Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich zinging MSNBC’s Chris Matthews. “Donald, you’re beginning to sound a little ridiculous.” — CNN’s Wolf Blitzer addressing  Donald Trump. “What ever happened… More Politico’s: The week in one-liners: Wolf, FLOTUS, Newt

West Wing Week: 06/01/12 or “Each of Them Loved This Country . . . More Than Life Itself.”

The White House Welcome to the West Wing Week, your guide to everything that’s happening at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. This week, the President honored Memorial Day and the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War, awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, signed bipartisan legislation reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank, and welcomed former President Bush and former First… More West Wing Week: 06/01/12 or “Each of Them Loved This Country . . . More Than Life Itself.”