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  • With an eye as ever toward constitutional integrity, Mr. Byrd announced on the Senate floor, "This would change our system from one of fixed tenure to one in which a Pr esident would remain in office only by popular approval."

    Robert Byrd, Longest-Serving U.S. Senator, Dies at 92

  • World Ends, GOP.Hardest Hit Last week we noted that the New York Times, reporting on a survey finding P.esident Obama's approval rating at new lows, had gone with the headline, "P.ll Finds Edge for Obama With G.O.P. Among the P.blic."

    A Lack of Healthy Boundaries

  • Mr. Lefkowitz was a domestic policy adviser to Pr esident George W. Bush.

    Obama Embraces the 'Pre-emption' Doctrine

  • Joining us on the phone is R.P. Eddy, a former director of White House National Security under P.esident Clinton.

    CNN Transcript Dec 25, 2009

  • P.esident Obama, whose many qualities do not generally include being a laugh riot, was quite funny, at times acidly so, though it must be said that, on balance, he was more funny about other people (see: G.O.P. chairman Michael Steele and House G.O.P. Leader John Boehner) than he was about himself.

    Festive Correspondents' Dinner Brings Out Obama's Only Flaw: Todd S. Purdum

  • In addition to naming P.S and Gilman Ciocia Inc., an income-tax preparation business, the administrative complaint names seven employees: P.ime Capital Services 'P.esident and Gilman Ciocia Chief Executive Michael P. Ryan,

    An Annuities Firm Is Accused by SEC

  • P.esident Barack Obama's auto task force heard a blunt message early this spring from J.P. Morgan Chase

    U.S. Forced Chrysler's Creditors to Blink

  • Barbara P. Fernandez for The Wall Street Journal Though P.esident Raul Castro initially said in response to the White House move that the Cuban regime was willing to discuss "everything," his older brother said Wednesday that didn't mean Cuba would heed U.S. demands.

    Winds of Change in Little Havana

  • You know, it's been a year since P.esident Bush signed off on the $700 billion federal bailout known as T.A.R.P. The idea behind the program to buy toxic assets from faltering banks and to get them lending again to help struggling homeowners.

    CNN Transcript Oct 5, 2009

  • NEW YORK -- Stocks slid as investors digested budget plans from P.esident Barack Obama that weighed on sentiment toward student-loan providers such as SLM and health-care companies such as Humana, offsetting gains for J.P. Morgan Chase and several financial firms.

    SLM, Humana Slide on U.S. Budget Plans

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