The Whitehouse Blog
Some of you need to learn about government. And talk about it too. This is my site for political discussion that was simply that. I felt I needed this non-astrological space for some people who do not need to know what “Saturn square Uranus” means.
It is a left-leaning blog, but if someone thoughtful conservative came along, I would be welcoming enough. (In the age of Trump, you folks need a refuge of some sort).
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Obama Fun Stuff
by CarolDuhart2 on October 7, 2019 at 10:02 pm
This post is for all of the fun video about and by Obama. No other President ever seemed so media-saavy, or was so telegenic and fun. So here’s to a President who made democracy fun.
Obama in Retirement and Unleashed
by CarolDuhart2 on October 7, 2019 at 9:54 pm
What is it like to be a retired President? While many retired people struggle with purpose and even finances, most don’t have to struggle to find meaning and also the sense of having no more mountains to climb. What’s bigger than U.S. President these days? Pope? And of course, there are only a few people • Read More »
Obama 2010-The Recovery
by CarolDuhart2 on October 7, 2019 at 9:49 pm
One of the things that Obama did-for at least for me-was a greater interest in politics. Sure, I grew up in the turbulent sixties and understood the importance of politics, but being an African-American it was always with a sense of not really belonging. Obama has cured that for me. The ACA, signed into law • Read More »
Obama 2011-Obama Cares
by CarolDuhart2 on October 7, 2019 at 9:45 pm
While there was the killing of Bin Laden, we had other cares back in 2011 One of the many things I like about Obama was his inclusiveness, even towards people who were probably raised to dislike people like him. He would go to places for funerals where the people never even liked him. One time • Read More »
Obama 2015-The Real Lame Duck Year
by CarolDuhart2 on October 7, 2019 at 9:42 pm
To me, the reopening of Cuba was the real beginning of the end of the Cold War. The embargo made Cubans poor, perhaps in an unstated revenge for the audacity of having a revolution in the first place. Instead of dealing with why they thought Castro was a better bet than the Exiles, there was • Read More »