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Obamas Will Get Flu Vaccine

By Ceci Connolly The first family plans to queue up for the swine flu vaccine...

By Ceci Connolly  |  September 21, 2009; 9:05 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (6)
Categories:  44 The Obama Presidency , Barack Obama , Health Care , Health Care , Morning Cheat Sheet , White House  
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Will Halt in Troop Withdrawals Give Dems Flexibility?

What if Bush's decision to suspend troop withdrawals from Iraq is actually doing a favor for a future Democratic president? What if, intentionally or not, he is giving a President Obama or a President Clinton more running room come January 20? --Peter Baker

By Web Politics Editor  |  April 11, 2008; 12:35 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (77)
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Bush, Clinton and China

Candidate Clinton was pretty tough on President Bush for his handling of China. He "coddled" a communist government that used deadly force to break up peaceful protests, the candidate said.--Peter Baker

By Washington Post editors  |  April 8, 2008; 9:37 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
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The President Speaks, But is Anyone Listening?

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- The band is playing, the crowd is gathering, the cameras are set up. At any moment, the president of the United States will show up to give a speech on war and peace. And the television guys are debating whether they will even get on the air with the story.--Peter Baker

By Washington Post editors  |  March 27, 2008; 10:39 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (45)
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The Campaign Season of Taking Offense

Somehow an election campaign that in theory is centered on the Big Issues of our day, such as war and recession, instead has turned into a sticks-and-stones contest.--Peter Baker

By Washington Post editors  |  March 25, 2008; 11:39 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (26)
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A Record Document Dump

The National Archives in Washington, Wednesday, March 19, 2008, where the Archives released more than...

By Web Politics Editor  |  March 20, 2008; 1:01 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
Categories:  Hillary Rodham Clinton , Morning Cheat Sheet  
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Five Years On, Iraq Slips Off the Radar, Web Politics Editor , March 18, 2008
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Hillary Clinton's Spitzer Problem, Web Politics Editor , March 11, 2008
A Joint Ticket? Not so Fast, Web Politics Editor , March 6, 2008
Clinton Down, but Not Out, for the Count, Washington Post editors , March 4, 2008
In November, a Question of the Ages?, Washington Post editors , February 28, 2008
McCain's Rewrite of His Anti-Rumsfeld Script, Washington Post editors , February 14, 2008
From Wilder to Obama, a Changing Virginia, Web Politics Editor , February 12, 2008
Obama and the L-Word, Web Politics Editor , February 7, 2008
Bill Low-Keys It in Denver, Washington Post Editor , January 31, 2008
Crunching the South Carolina Numbers, Washington Post Editor , January 28, 2008
D.C. Democrats Try to Refocus Attention on Bush, Web Politics Editor , January 24, 2008
Democratic Candidates, Congressional Leaders Differ on Economy, Washington Post Editor , January 22, 2008
A Brokered Convention? Consider the Possibilities, Web Politics Editor , January 15, 2008
Populist, But Not Popular Message on Economy, Washington Post editors , January 11, 2008
About That Mike Henry Memo, Web Politics Editor , January 10, 2008
For N.Y. Candidates, Quandaries Ahead, Web Politics Editor , January 8, 2008
Rewriting the Rulebook, Washington Post editors , January 3, 2008
Romney Appeals to Bush's Base, Web Politics Editor , December 20, 2007
Huckabee's Promises Out-Bush the President, Web Politics Editor , December 18, 2007
Huckabee and the Bush Legacy, Washington Post editors , December 11, 2007
From JFK to Romney, Washington Post editors , December 6, 2007
On Campaign Trail, No Longer On Guard Against Iran?, Washington Post editors , December 4, 2007
The GOP Shooting Gallery, Post Editor , November 29, 2007
A Mudslinging Reality Check for Clinton, Washington Post editors , November 27, 2007
A Clinton Distancing Act, Post Editor , November 20, 2007
For Democrats, Another Iraq Moment, Post Editor , November 15, 2007
Clinton the Odds-On Favorite, Washington Post editors , November 13, 2007
Would a President Clinton Cede Powers?, Post Editor , October 25, 2007
A Cheney Speaks Out on 2008, Post Editor , October 23, 2007
The Bush Inheritance: Iraq, Iran and Putin, Post Editor , October 18, 2007
Bush Still Raising Money for Candidates, But No Pictures Please, Washington Post Editor , October 16, 2007
Head and Shoulders Above the Rest, Post Editor , October 11, 2007
The Bill Factor, Post Editor , October 4, 2007
Reminding Voters Which
Clinton is Now Onstage
, Post Editor , September 27, 2007
President Bush and the Men
Who Would Be President
, Washington Post editors , September 25, 2007
Will Iraq Still Dominate in 2008?, Washington Post editors , September 20, 2007
The Mukasey Primary, Post Editor , September 18, 2007
Battling the Bully Pulpit, Post Editor , September 13, 2007
For Clintons, An Unwelcome Echo, Post Editor , September 11, 2007
A Surge of Support
For War in GOP Debate
, Post Editor , September 6, 2007
The Next President:
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, Post Editor , August 23, 2007
The Saga of the First Lady Files, Washington Post editors , August 16, 2007
Clinton: The Rove Candidate of 2008?, Susan Glasser , August 14, 2007
And Now, From the
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, Post Editor , August 9, 2007
Bombing Bush's Foreign Policy, Post Editor , August 7, 2007
Cheney for President?
"No Second Thoughts"
, Post Editor , July 31, 2007
Dana Milbank:
October Surprise?
, Post Editor , July 25, 2007
Most Disliked President Ever?, Post Editor , July 24, 2007
 
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