Tag Archives: White House

Showa Emperor’s Historical, Once-Trip to America

New York, N.Y. In 1975, the Emperor and Empress of Japan were invited by President Ford to make their first official visit to the United States (Sept. 30 – Oct. 14.). This was a serious thing as a Japanese Emperor had never visited the United States. The once-defeated country was invited by the president of the […]

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In New York: Crazy, Kids – or Old Fashioned Hatred? You Be The Judge

Roosevelt Island, N.Y. With the rising tide of homophobia, xenophobia, racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism since the election of Donald Trump in America, indeed the world, we cannot expect to avoid a reflection in our own backyard. Even the elderly and disabled are suffering with severe budget cuts. Luckily the reflection is small. In fact, we […]

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UNPRECEDENTED: Ex-President Questions Trump’s Legitimacy

Washington, D.C. In a bombshell report today by Sarah Cammarata, Politico posts: Jimmy Carter Says Full Investigation Would Show Trump Lost in 2016 ‘He was put into office because the Russians interfered on his behalf,’ Carter said. Cammarata writes for Politico: Former President Jimmy Carter questioned the legitimacy of Donald Trump’s presidency on Thursday, saying he […]

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Jimmy Carter in Memphis for Habitat for Humanity Build

Memphis, TN. In 1975, as a high school student in the Midwest, I was a strong supporter of Jimmy Carter’s bid for the White House. Fast forward forty years, and I continue to write about and be inspired by this great man. Former President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter, along with country […]

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Ahmed Mohamed Attends White House Astronomy Night with Obama (VIDEO)

Washington, D.C. President Barack Obama told dozens of students gathered on the South Lawn of the White House Monday night that they could be the ones participating in the first missions to Mars within the next two decades. Among the guests Monday was Ahmed Mohamed, the Texas teenager arrested for bringing his homemade clock to […]

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Attempt to Assist LGBT Persons Targeted by ISIS Applauded

Washington, D.C.  In a statement released by the White House: The United States welcomes today’s first-ever “Arria formula” discussion by the U.N. Security Council of how better to protect the lives and dignity of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) persons, who are frequently among the most vulnerable in conflict and post-conflict situations. Photo: Assem […]

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U.S. Leadership Vital to Host of Global Issues, U.N. Chief Stresses

Washington, D.C.  The United Nations counts on the leadership and support of the United States on a range of critical issues, from climate change and sustainable development to resolving crises such as those in Syria and Yemen, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today, following a meeting at the White House with President Barack Obama. U.S. President […]

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Obama Designates New National Parks, Protecting Millions of Acres

Washington, D.C.  Today, we joined community members from California, Texas, and Nevada to celebrate the President’s announcement of three new national monuments. The new monuments include Berryessa Snow Mountain in California, Waco Mammoth in Texas, and Basin and Range in Nevada. Together, these striking places demonstrate the wide range of historic, cultural, and natural values […]

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