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September 23, 2013

FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA URGES SHIFT IN FOOD MARKETING TO KIDS

Last Wednesday, Mrs. Obama addressed a diverse audience of leaders from food and media industry, advocates, parent leaders, government agency representatives and researchers about the enormous influence marketing has on kids’ food choices and the need to use this power to promote healthier food options for our Nation’s kids. Speaking from the State Dining Room of the White House, the First Lady said the goal of the convening was to begin constructive, collaborative dialogue and strategize about ways to shift the focus of the food marketing industry from unhealthy to healthy products.

 

First Lady Michelle Obama delivers remarks during a "Let's Move!" food marketing convening in the State Dining Room of the White House, Sept. 18, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Amanda Lucidon)

First Lady Michelle Obama delivers remarks during a “Let’s Move!” food marketing convening in the State Dining Room of the White House, Sept. 18, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Amanda Lucidon)

 

 

White House Convening on Food Marketing to Children

September 18, 2013 | 23:20 |Public Domain

 

A key focus of the Let’s Move! initiative is to make the healthy choice the easy choice for American families. Marketing and other sources of information can make it easier for families to make healthier choices, or act as a barrier to better choices. The White House Convening on Food Marketing to Children brings together a wide range of leaders working on this issue–from experts, advocates, and parents to food, beverage, media and entertainment companies to identify opportunities for action that ensure marketing supports the health of kids and families.

 

 

 

“I am not asking anyone to take the fun out of childhood. As we all know, treats are one of the best parts of being a kid. Instead, the goal here is to empower parents instead of undermining them as they try to make healthier choices for their families,” Mrs. Obama said.

Check out the First Lady’s entire address here.

 

 

DRINK UP: LAUNCHING A CAMPAIGN TO DRINK MORE WATER

 

On September 12, the First Lady joined the Partnership for a Healthier America and actress Eva Longoria in Watertown, WI to announce PHA’s new campaign to encourage everyone to drink more water. Drinking water is one of the simplest ways to improve overall health and well-being, yet approximately one in four kids do not drink any water on a given day, according to the CDC.

 

“Since we started the Let’s Move! initiative, I’ve been looking for as many ways as possible to help families and kids lead healthier lives.And I’ve come to realize that if we were going to take just one step to make ourselves and our families healthier, probably the single best thing we could do is to simply drink more water. It’s as simple as that. Drink more water,” said First Lady Michelle Obama.

 

First Lady Michelle Obama proposes a toast during a "Let's Move!" Drink Up festival at Watertown High School in Watertown, Wis., Sept. 12, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Amanda Lucidon)

First Lady Michelle Obama proposes a toast during a “Let’s Move!” Drink Up festival at Watertown High School in Watertown, Wis., Sept. 12, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Amanda Lucidon)

 

Thirsty for more? Visit the Drink Up website at www.YouAreWhatYouDrink.org. Share photos or videos of you drinking water on Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag#DrinkH2O, and use the following accounts to join the conversation:

 

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Twitter Accounts
@FLOTUS – Office of the First Lady
@urH2O – Official Drink Up Account
@LetsMove – Official Account of the First Lady’sLet’s Move! Initiative
@PHANews – Partnership for a Healthier America

 

Instagram Accounts
@MichelleObama – Office of the First Lady
@URH2O – Official Drink Up Account

 

TUNE IN TO LEARN HOW YOUR COMMUNITY CAN GET INVOLVED WITH LOCAL MUSEUMS AND GARDENS!

On September 25 from 2-3pm EDT, the Institute of Museum and Library Services will host a free webinar about how communities participating in Let’s Move! Cities, Towns and Counties can get involved with local museums and gardens associated with Let’s Move!Museums and Gardens. Museums, zoos, gardens, and science and technology centers are getting involved with Let’s Move! by using interactive exhibits, outdoor spaces, gardens and programs to encourage families to eat healthy foods and increase physical activity. The webinar is an opportunity to hear from cities that are already collaborating with local museums and gardens with additional focus on installing a successful strategy to begin or expand your own partnership.

 

The webinar is being offered free of charge and no pre-registration is required. To learn more and participate, visit the Let’s Move!Museums and Gardens website at 2pm EDT, enter your information and join the conversation. You can also listen using your computer’s speakers or dial-in to 1-866-299-7945 and enter the passcode9485763#.

 

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Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America Announces Maura Sherlach Schwartz as National Spokesperson

 

by Moms Demand Action

 

Daughter of Sandy Hook Psychologist Mary Sherlach to focus on School Safety Issues

Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America announced today that Maura Sherlach Schwartz will serve as a national spokesperson for the growing grassroots movement, focusing on school safety issues. Schwartz is the daughter of Mary Sherlach, the school psychologist killed at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, CT., on Dec. 14, 2012, with five other educators and 20 school children.

 

Like her mother, Schwartz is a dedicated educator. After studying musical theater at Shenandoah University in Winchester, she went on to receive her Masters of Arts in Teaching from University of the Arts in Philadelphia 2009. She has just begun her 5th year as the music teacher and choir director at Salem City High School in Salem, NJ. As a teacher, she is committed to creating a safe learning environment for all American students, and ensuring that our schools are free from gun violence.

 

“I am looking forward to working with Moms Demand Action to promote school safety awareness,” said Schwartz. “Working towards common sense gun reforms is an important part of safety in America’s schools.”

 

Read the full press release

 

Moms Demand Action | September 23, 2013

 

 

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September 23, 2013
03:05 PM EDT

 

On Tuesday, September 24, President Obama will join former President Bill Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting for a conversation about the benefits and future of health care reform in America, and access to health care around the globe.

 

Tomorrow, tune in right here watch live, starting at 5:00 pm ET. (A livestream player will be embedded in this blog post before the event begins.)

 

For more information:

 

 

Statements and Releases September 23, 2013

 

Readout of the President’s Call with Chancellor Merkel of Germany

 

 

Presidential Nominations Sent to the Senate

 

 

Readout of the President’s Call with President Kenyatta of Kenya

President Obama called President Kenyatta of Kenya this morning to express condolences to the government and people of Kenya for the terrorist attack carried out by al-Shabaab yesterday on the Westgate Shopping Mall in Nairobi.

 

 

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White House Schedule – September 23, 2013

 

In the morning, the President and First Lady will travel toNew York City. The departure from the South Lawn and the arrival at John F. Kennedy International Airport are open press.

 

In the afternoon, the President will meet with PresidentGoodluck Jonathan of Nigeria to discuss how we can strengthen our cooperation to advance transparent, democratic governance, expand trade and development, improve security, and create opportunities for youth and entrepreneurs.  There will be a travel pool spray at the top of this meeting.

 

Later in the day, the President will host Heads of State, and representatives of civil society, multilateral organizations, and private foundations to explore ways to protect the critical role civil society plays from growing restrictions in a number of countries around the world. This event is open to pre-credentialed media.

 

In the evening, the President will participate in a USUN Mission meet and greet with employees and their families.  This event is closed press.

 

Later in the evening, the President and First Lady will host a United Nations General Assembly reception.  This event is closed press.

 

The President and the First Lady will remain overnight in New York City.

 

All times Eastern:

 

12:35 PM: The President and First Lady arrive New York City.

 

 

1:45 PM: The President holds a bilateral meeting with President Goodluck Jonathan of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

 

 

 3:00 PM: The President holds a Civil Society Roundtable(White House Live).

 

 

5:20 PM: Meets with USUN Mission employees and their families.

 

 

8:50 PM: The President and First Lady attend a reception for visiting Heads of State and Government.

 

 

On Tuesday, the President will deliver remarks to the UN General Assembly; the First Lady will attend the event. Later in the day, the President will visit the Clinton Global Initiative where he and President Clinton will engage in a conversation about the benefits and future of health care reform in America, and access to quality health care around the globe. In the evening, the President will attend an event for the DNC before returning with the First Lady to the White House.

 

 

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EVERYTHING You Need To Know About “ObamaCARES”….October 1st Is Open Enrollment.

 

This is not a joke America. For the very first time in American history, health care can be YOURS. All you have to do is enroll. Sign up. Read the information provided here and get educated. 8 days left to get all the information you will need about ObamaCARES.

 

First lets start with some Facts & Truth……These links range in dates from 2011 to Yesterday. ALL you have to do, to become educated on The Affordable Health Care Act is R.E.A.D.

 

Links to real honest factual truths about ObamaCARES aka The Affordable Health Care Act.

 

HOW To Enroll In ObamaCARES On October 1st: The White House Instructional Video

 

 

VITALLY IMPORTANT INFORMATION: October 1st Starts ObamaCares. ENROLL For Health Care Coverage.

 

 

THE REAL Reason WHY CongrASS Hates ObamaCARES…..

 

 

TheObamaCrat™ Informs YOU On “ObamaCARES.” October 1st is Open Enrollment.

 

 

IF YOU Think ObamaCares Doesn’t Work….Read On.

 

 

America’s Uninsured: Progress And Prospects for 2014 (ObamaCares Is Working)

 

 

October 1st Starts ObamaCares…DO YOU Even Know What ObamaCares IS? Read To Get Informed.

 

 

ObamaCares Is Working

 

 

ObamaCares: What Is It? Read This To Get Educated About ObamaCares. ALL Questions Answered.

 

 

Affordable Health Care Act (ObamaCares)

 

 

Doctors For America: What To Know About “ObamaCares.”

 

 

Organizing For Action: I Love “ObamaCares” — And I’m Not Shy About Saying So!!

 

 

The Affordable Health Care Act ~AKA~ “ObamaCares”

 

 

The Face Of “ObamaCares”: Real Life Stories From Real Life Americans

 

 

August 1st Banner Day For Women’s Health Thanks To AHCA (ObamaCares)

 

 

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: AHCA; “ObamaCares”

 

 

Appeals Court: Corporation Can’t Deny Employees Contraception

 

 

“ObamaCares” To The Rescue. One Honest American.

 

 

The Affordable Health Care Act, AKA: “ObamaCares”

 

 

The Five Year Anniversary Of The Financial Crisis: A Look Back At The Progress We’ve Made

 

Put down the gaming controller. Turn off reality TV for an hour.

 

Get informed & educated on ObamaCARES. October 1st, 2013, in just 8 days, open enrollment for ObamaCARES begins.

 

Please don’t believe the negative hype by elected racist politicians WHO ALREADY HAVE GOVERNMENT FUNDED HEALTH CARE COVERAGE.

 

THESE ELECTED GOVERNMENT POLITICIANS WANT TO REPEAL your GOVERNMENT HEALTH CARE, BUT KEEP THEIR HEALTH CARE COVERAGE.

 

WAKE UP AMERICAN VOTERS.

 

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EVERY politician who spews repealing ObamaCares MUST 1st give up their government funded health care BEFORE repealing jack shit. Make THAT a law. 

 

Get real Fact & Truths here about ObamaCARES…….

 

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ObamaCare Facts: Obama’s Health Care Reform

 

Get informed & educated on ObamaCARES. October 1st, 2013, in just 8 days, open enrollment for ObamaCARES begins.

 

HOW To Enroll In ObamaCARES

 

Published on Sep 19, 2013

On October 1st, Americans will be able to enroll themselves and their families in a health care plan on HealthCare.gov. Annie talks with Bryan Sivak, Chief Technology Officer at the Department of Health and Human Services, about the new open-source marketplace for finding plans that fit your needs and budget.

 

Have you used HealthCare.gov? What are your impressions? Let us know in the comments.

 

 

 

Enough Already

 

 

 

Please Read:

 

THE REAL Reason WHY CongrASS Hates ObamaCARES…..

 

“The Affordable Care Act says that starting in 2014, members of Congress and their staffs can no longer get their health insurance through the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, as they have in the past. Instead, these federal employees will have to get insurance through the exchanges set up by the Affordable Care Act.”

 

There you have it.

 

The U.S. CongrASS does NOT want to be like you and me.

 

Please don’t believe the negative hype by elected racist politicians WHO ALREADY HAVE GOVERNMENT FUNDED HEALTH CARE COVERAGE.

 

THESE ELECTED GOVERNMENT POLITICIANS WANT TO REPEAL your GOVERNMENT HEALTH CARE, BUT KEEP THEIR HEALTH CARE COVERAGE.

 

WAKE UP AMERICAN VOTERS.

 

Let Me type that for you again……“The Affordable Care Act says that starting in 2014, members of Congress and their staffs can no longer get their health insurance through the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, as they have in the past. Instead, these federal employees will have to get insurance through the exchanges set up by the Affordable Care Act.”

 

In other words…..

No ‘Special Subsidy’ for Congress.

 

Now do you understand WHY elected politicians hate ObamaCARES?

 

Read the Full Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) Bill.

 

Read the Law

The Affordable Care Act was passed by Congress and then signed into law by the President on March 23, 2010.
On June 28, 2012 the Supreme Court rendered a final decision to uphold the health care law.

 

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Remarks by the President at the Memorial Service for Victims of the Navy Yard Shooting

 

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THE PRESIDENT: Secretary Hagel, Secretary Mabus, Admirals Greenert and Hilarides, Mayor Gray, leaders from across this city and our Armed Forces, to all the outstanding first responders, and, most of all, the families whose hearts have been broken — we cannot begin to comprehend your loss. We know that no words we offer today are equal to the magnitude, to the depths of that loss. But we come together as a grateful nation to honor your loved ones, to grieve with you, and to offer, as best we can, some solace and comfort.

 

On the night that we lost Martin Luther King Jr. to a gunman’s bullet, Robert Kennedy stood before a stunned and angry crowd in Indianapolis and he broke the terrible news. And in the anguish of that moment, he turned to the words of an ancient Greek poet, Aeschylus: “Even in our sleep, pain which cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart until, in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom through the awful grace of God.” Pain which cannot forget — drop by drop upon the heart.

 

The tragedy and the pain that brings us here today is extraordinary. It is unique. The lives that were taken from us were unique. The memories their loved ones carry are unique, and they will carry them and endure long after the news cameras are gone. But part of what wears on as well is the sense that this has happened before. Part of what wears on us, what troubles us so deeply as we gather here today, is how this senseless violence that took place in the Navy Yard echoes other recent tragedies.

 

As President, I have now grieved with five American communities ripped apart by mass violence. Fort Hood. Tucson. Aurora. Sandy Hook. And now, the Washington Navy Yard. And these mass shootings occur against a backdrop of daily tragedies, as an epidemic of gun violence tears apart communities across America — from the streets of Chicago to neighborhoods not far from here.

 

And so, once again, we remember our fellow Americans who were just going about their day doing their jobs, doing what they loved — in this case, the unheralded work that keeps our country strong and our Navy the finest fleet in the world. These patriots doing their work that they were so proud of, and who have now been taken away from us by unspeakable violence.

 

Once more we come together to mourn the lives of beauty and to comfort the wonderful families who cherished them. Once more we pay tribute to all who rushed towards the danger, who risked their lives so others might live, and who are in our prayers today, including Officer Scott Williams. Once more our hearts are broken. Once more we ask why. Once more we seek strength and wisdom through God’s grace.

 

You and your families, this Navy family, are still in the early hour of your grief. And I’m here today to say that there is nothing routine about this tragedy. There is nothing routine about your loss. Your loved ones will not be forgotten. They will endure in the hearts of the American people and in the hearts of the Navy that they helped to keep strong, and the hearts of their coworkers and their friends and their neighbors.

 
“I want them to know how she lived,” Jessica Gaarde said of her mother Kathy. “She is not a number, or some statistic.” None of these 12 fellow Americans are statistics. Today, I want every American to see how these men and women lived. You may have never met them, but you know them. They’re your neighbors — like Arthur Daniels, out there on the weekend, polishing his white Crown Victoria; and Kenneth Proctor, with his beloved yellow Mustang, who, if you asked, would fix your car, too.

 

She was the friendly face at the store. Sylvia Frasier, with her unforgettable gold hair, who took a second job at Walmart because, she said, she just loved working with people. She was the diehard fan you sat next to at the game. Kathy Gaarde loved her hockey and her Caps, a season ticket holder for 25 years.

 

They were the volunteers who made your community better. Frank Kohler, giving dictionaries to every third-grader in his county; Marty Bodrog, leading the children’s Bible study at church. They lived the American Dream — like Kisan Pandit, who left everything he knew in India for this land of opportunity, and raised a wonderful family and dedicated himself to the United States Navy. They were proud veterans — like Gerald Read, who wore the Army uniform for more than 25 years; and Michael Arnold, who became one of the Navy’s leading architects, of whom a colleague said, “nobody knew those ships like him.”

 

They were dedicated fathers — like Mike Ridgell, coaching his daughter’s softball teams, joining Facebook just to keep up with his girls, one of whom said, “he was always the cool dad.” They were loving mothers — like Mary Francis Knight, devoted to her daughters, and who had just recently watched with joy as her older daughter got married. They were doting grandparents — like John Johnson, always smiling, giving bear hugs to his 10 grandchildren, and who would have welcomed his 11th grandchild this fall.

 

These are not statistics. They are the lives that have been taken from us. This is how far a single act of violence can ripple. A husband has lost his wife. Wives have lost their husbands. Sons and daughters have lost their moms and their dads. Little children have lost their grandparents. Hundreds in our communities have lost a neighbor, and thousands here have lost a friend.

 

As has been mentioned, for one family, the Daniels family, old wounds are ripped open again. Priscilla has lost Arthur, her husband of 30 years. Only a few years ago, as Mayor Gray indicated, another shooting took the life of their son, just 14 years old. “I can’t believe this is happening again,” Priscilla says.

 

So these families have endured a shattering tragedy. It ought to be a shock to us all as a nation and as a people. It ought to obsess us. It ought to lead to some sort of transformation. That’s what happened in other countries when they experienced similar tragedies. In the United Kingdom, in Australia, when just a single mass shooting occurred in those countries, they understood that there was nothing ordinary about this kind of carnage. They endured great heartbreak, but they also mobilized and they changed, and mass shootings became a great rarity.

 

And yet, here in the United States, after the round-of-clock coverage on cable news, after the heartbreaking interviews with families, after all the speeches and all the punditry and all the commentary, nothing happens. Alongside the anguish of these American families, alongside the accumulated outrage so many of us feel, sometimes I fear there’s a creeping resignation that these tragedies are just somehow the way it is, that this is somehow the new normal.

 

We can’t accept this. As Americans bound in grief and love, we must insist here today there is nothing normal about innocent men and women being gunned down where they work. There is nothing normal about our children being gunned down in their classrooms. There is nothing normal about children dying in our streets from stray bullets.

 

No other advanced nation endures this kind of violence — none. Here in America, the murder rate is three times what it is in other developed nations. The murder rate with guns is ten times what it is in other developed nations. And there is nothing inevitable about it. It comes about because of decisions we make or fail to make. And it falls upon us to make it different.

 

Sometimes it takes an unexpected voice to break through, to help remind us what we know to be true. And we heard one of those voices last week. Dr. Janis Orlowski’s team at Medstar Washington Hospital Center treated the wounded. And in the midst of one of her briefings, she spoke with heartbreaking honesty as somebody who sees, daily and nightly, the awful carnage of so much violence. We are a great country, she said, but “there’s something wrong.” All these shootings, all these victims, she said, “this is not America.” “It is a challenge to all of us,” she said, and “we have to work together to get rid of this.”

 

And that’s the wisdom we should be taking away from this tragedy and so many others — not accepting these shootings as inevitable, but asking what can we do to prevent them from happening again and again and again. I’ve said before, we cannot stop every act of senseless violence. We cannot know every evil that lurks in troubled minds. But if we can prevent even one tragedy like this, save even one life, spare other families what these families are going through, surely we’ve got an obligation to try.

 

It’s true that each of the tragedies I’ve mentioned is different. And in this case, it’s clear we need to do a better job of securing our military facilities and deciding who gets access to them. And as Commander in Chief, I have ordered a review of procedures up and down the chain, and I know that Secretary Hagel is moving aggressively on that. As a society, it’s clear we’ve got to do a better job of ensuring that those who need mental health care actually get it, and that in those efforts we don’t stigmatize those who need help. Those things are clear, and we’ve got to move to address them.

 

But we Americans are not an inherently more violent people than folks in other countries. We’re not inherently more prone to mental health problems. The main difference that sets our nation apart, what makes us so susceptible to so many mass shootings, is that we don’t do enough — we don’t take the basic, common-sense actions to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and dangerous people. What’s different in America is it’s easy to get your hands on gun — and a lot of us know this. But the politics are difficult, as we saw again this spring. And that’s sometimes where the resignation comes from — the sense that our politics are frozen and that nothing will change.

 

Well, I cannot accept that. I do not accept that we cannot find a common-sense way to preserve our traditions, including our basic Second Amendment freedoms and the rights of law-abiding gun owners, while at the same time reducing the gun violence that unleashes so much mayhem on a regular basis. And it may not happen tomorrow and it may not happen next week, it may not happen next month — but it will happen. Because it’s the change that we need, and it’s a change overwhelmingly supported by the majority of Americans.

 

By now, though, it should be clear that the change we need will not come from Washington, even when tragedy strikes Washington. Change will come the only way it ever has come, and that’s from the American people. So the question now is not whether, as Americans, we care in moments of tragedy. Clearly, we care. Our hearts are broken — again. And we care so deeply about these families. But the question is, do we care enough?

 

Do we care enough to keep standing up for the country that we know is possible, even if it’s hard, and even if it’s politically uncomfortable? Do we care enough to sustain the passion and the pressure to make our communities safer and our country safer? Do we care enough to do everything we can to spare other families the pain that is felt here today?

 

Our tears are not enough. Our words and our prayers are not enough. If we really want to honor these 12 men and women, if we really want to be a country where we can go to work, and go to school, and walk our streets free from senseless violence, without so many lives being stolen by a bullet from a gun, then we’re going to have to change. We’re going to have to change.

 

On Monday morning, these 12 men and women woke up like they did every day. They left home and they headed off to work. Gerald Read’s wife Cathy said, “See you tonight for dinner.” And John Johnson looked at his wife Judy and said what he always said whenever they parted, “Goodbye beautiful. I love you so much.”

 

“Even in our sleep, pain which cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart, until in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom through the awful grace of God.”

 

What Robert Kennedy understood, what Dr. King understood, what all our great leaders have always understood, is that wisdom does not come from tragedy alone or from some sense of resignation in the fallibility of man. Wisdom comes through the recognition that tragedies such as this are not inevitable, and that we possess the ability to act and to change, and to spare others the pain that drops upon our hearts. So in our grief, let us seek that grace. Let us find that wisdom. And in doing so, let us truly honor these 12 American patriots.

 

May God hold close the souls taken from us and grant them eternal peace. May He comfort and watch over these families. And may God grant us the strength and the wisdom to keep safe our United States of America.

 

 

A Change Is Gonna Come – Sam Cooke (Original Version in HD)

 

 

 

Mark Glaze, Mayors Against Illegal Guns

 

Last week, the No More Names tour had its largest event yet in Washington, DC. I wanted to make sure that you had a chance to watch highlights from the tour and the event.

Watch and share this video with your friends and family now

 

The No More Names Tour in Washington, DC

 

 

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