Markowski Column: Digging With Spoons

To which Friedman replied, “Oh I thought you were trying to build a canal. If it’s jobs you want, then you should give these workers spoons, not shovels.”

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Obama Convenes Emergency Ebola Meeting At White House

President Obama postponed a campaign trip to New Jersey and Connecticut to hold an emergency meeting on the Ebola outbreak Wednesday


Obama To Appear With A Candidate This Week

President Obama has returned from a weekend swing of fundraisers in San Francisco, and while he’ll start off his week with a couple

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Obama Touts Jobs Numbers As Midterms Approach

The U.S. economy is back on solid ground six years after the Great Recession, new data showed Friday, but President Obama and other Democrats are struggling to convince voters ahead of the midterm elections that they deserve the credit


1 Mont Till Midterms: Will President Obama Play Much Of A Role?

President Obama hit the road on Thursday to talk about the economy, which if you recall, is part of the Democrats “fight for the

Campaign Trail

Obama Admits That He ‘Underestimated ISIS’

President Barack Obama said on “60 Minutes” that he agrees with intelligence leaders who believe the United States not only


Obama Calls On UN To Dismantle “Network Of Death”

Declaring the world at a crossroads between war and peace, President Obama vowed at the UN on Wednesday to lead a coalition to dismantle an


President Obama Addresses The UN General Assembly

A day after the U.S. began airstrikes against militants in Syria, President Obama opened three days of United Nations diplomacy Tuesday with an emphasis

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Pentagon: Attacks Took Out Training Camps

The Pentagon says the airstrikes launched by the U.S. and Arab allies in Syria took out key training camps and facilities of the Islamic State militant group.


Florida: 5 Things To Know For September 18

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