The White House Daily Snapshot


By Jueseppi B.

 

 

 

 

 

The White House

 

Your Daily Snapshot for
Wed., September 5, 2012

 

What do you want to know about the White House?

 

The White House isn’t just a home to First Families or meeting space for world leaders. It’s also known as “The People’s House” — a place that should be open to everyone. And that’s why President and Mrs. Obama have made it a priority to invite young people, military families, and Americans of all ages to join them here at the White House.

 

Have questions about White House history and ways to engage? Join us for a special session of “Office Hours” on Twitter with White House curator William Allman at 2:00 p.m. EDT today, September 5th. Ask your questions now with #WHChat and follow the Q&A live @WHLive.

 

Read more about ways to engage with the White House from home.

 

The Google Art Project at the White House

 

As part of President and Mrs. Obama’s commitment to open the White House to as many Americans as possible, we have partnered with the Google Art Project and allowed their 360 Street View cameras to capture the rooms that are featured on the public tour. Now anyone, anywhere, can experience the history and art of the White House via their computer.

 

Check out the Google Art Project.

 

Behind the Scenes: The Google Art Project at the White House

 

 

 

In Case You Missed It

 

Here are some of the top stories from the White House blog:

 

We the People: 3 Million Signatures Later
Last year, the White House launched a new tool called We the People, offering a powerful and simple way to petition the Obama Administration to take action on a range of issues. Take a look at the platform more than three million signature later.

 

Spending Less, Spending Smarter
The Campaign to Cut Waste has already achieved $4 billion dollars in savings in 2012, well on track to meet and exceed President Obama’s goal of $8 billion by the end of FY 2013.

 

President Obama Meets with Victims of Hurricane Isaac
President Obama visits St. John’s Parish in Louisiana to take in the damage from Hurricane Isaac and meet with officials responding to the disaster.

 

Today’s Schedule

 

All times are Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

 

9:30 AM: The President receives The Presidential Daily Briefing

 

1:15 PM: The President departs the White House en route Joint Base Andrews

 

1:30 PM: The President departs Joint Base Andrews

 

2:45 PM: The President arrives Charlotte, North Carolina

 

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Just In Case You Missed It:

 

The Day 1 DNC Videos:

 

The Stars Shine Bright At The Democratic National Convention

 

This Is What A Convention Should Be!!!!!

 

Videos From The Democratic National Convention

 

 

 

ALL Things Michelle Obama:

 

Michelle Obama on the Campaign Trail

 

Time Magazine Interviews The First Lady

 

The Obama’s On PARADE

 

 

 

Here’s MY advice to any and all TeaTardedRepubliCANTS, GOPretenders, Conselfishservatives & Reich Wing Nuts: Join Us in returning sanity back into politics and America.

 

 

 

If we ever needed to vote & vote DEMOCRATIC, we sure do need to vote DEMOCRATIC now. For us (Black America) the right to vote is not just a Constitutional matter but a right borne out of struggle, out of sacrifice and in some cases out of death. Think for a moment where we are in time and you will understand why: ”If we never ever needed to vote DEMOCRATIC, we sure do need to vote DEMOCRATIC NOW!!”

 

 
GottaVote.org

 

Register To Vote 

 

Declare Yourself & Vote 

 

I Want To Vote

 

Voter Participation Center

 

Can I Vote?

 

LongDistanceVoter.org 

 

GottaRegister.com 

 

 

Lyin Paul Ryan & Lyin UnFitt Mitt

Just Say NO To Lies In “NO”vember!

 

 

Just “BARACK” The Vote

 

 

2 Responses

  1. That was one of my favorite quotes from Michelle last night.

    • It was classic. She did what Ann Romney could never do, get her point across without even mentioning the name Romney

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