Thursday, March 31, 2011
Washington Examiner Thursday headlines
"I don't know about you, but I don't have amnesia," the president said, alluding to the seemingly endless deluge of oil in the Gulf waters. "I remember these things."
Philip Klein - White House threatens to veto FAA bill to shield unions
President Obama has threatened to veto the FAA funding bill to protect a rule his administration passed last year that makes it easier for airline and railroad workers to unionize. Read More
Philip Klein - Wisconsin unions threaten to boycott businesses that don't display their signs
Union members have extended their fight in Wisconsin, threatening to boycott businesses who won't display signs in their windows showing solidarity. Read More
Did Secretary Chu really design the successful cap for the BP oil leak?
President Obama glowingly praised Energy Secretary Steven Chu today for, "actually deserving his Nobel prize" and curiously credited him with designing the final cap that eventually plugged the BP oil spill. Read More