The White House love

The White House

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  • The White House can help Members of Congress who understand the necessity of Presidential war powers by declaring forthrightly that Mr. Obama and his legal advisers believe the War Powers Resolution is unconstitutional and thus he won't abide by it.

    The Kucinich Republicans

  • The White House telephone switchboard was located on the lower level of the East Wing.

    Deception Point

  • The White House Project, a national effort to train women to pursue community leadership and run for elected office, came to Chicago for the first time last spring with Chicago Foundation for Women's support.

    K. Sujata: Women Leaders Behind the Headlines

  • The White House has become the locus of effective policymakingboth for foreign and national security matters and for economic and domestic policyand all the more so as the distinctions between these disparate policy spheres have increasingly blurred.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • The White House and Democrats said more stimulus-like measures are needed because of the high jobless rate but also defended the earlier stimulus.

    Home/News

  • The White House operator told me that she had a call for me from a Mr. William Wright.

    Barbara Bush

  • Henry Kissinger, in his 1979 memoirs, The White House Years, was among the first to give the word a metaphoric stretch: “I favored European unity, but I was agnostic about the form it should take.”

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

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