Archives for October 4, 2009

Obama Should Turn to ‘Cap-and-Trade’ for Growth, Boxer Says (Bloomberg)

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Obama to Tackle Military Gay Ban at ‘Right Time’ (Fox News)

President Obama will focus “at the right time” on how to overturn the ban on gays serving openly in the military, his national security adviser said Sunday.

T-Pain Remixes Obama on Jimmy Kimmel Live (E! Online)

Here’s a Public Option everyone can get behind! Funnyman Jimmy Kimmel enlists hip-hop star T-Pain to remix President Obama on healthcare. T-Pain utillizes his slick Auto-Tune iPhone…

Obama to take on military gay ban at `right time’ (AP via Yahoo! News)

President Barack Obama will focus “at the right time” on how to overturn the “don’t ask, don’t tell” ban on gays serving openly in the military, his national security adviser said Sunday.

Obama’s Social Media Guru On Marketing, Media, Music (NPR)

Scott Goodstein was in charge of then-Sen. Barack Obama’s social networking strategy during the presidential campaign.

Obama Administration Pushes Cybersecurity (Fox News)

The Obama administration is offering clear and concise guidance about one of the biggest national security threats in your home and office — the computer.

Obama adviser: Afghanistan gov’t must do better (AP via Yahoo! News)

Afghanistan is not in imminent danger of falling to the Taliban, President Barack Obama’s national security adviser said Sunday as he downplayed worries that the insurgency could set up a renewed sanctuary for al-Qaida.

Obama aide hopes Gitmo closing deadline can be met (AP via Yahoo! News)

The White House’s national security adviser says the Obama administration is hard at work on fulfilling President Barack Obama’s deadline to shut down the Guantanamo detention center for suspected terrorists.

Obama Can’t Make Russian Mistake in Afghanistan: Albert R. Hunt (Bloomberg)

Oct.

On Afghanistan, US military puts Obama on the spot (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Obama has refused to quickly approve a request from his commanders for a major troop build-up in Afghanistan, insisting first on a full vetting of the current strategy.