Rahm Emanuel

No Wonder We Are So Poor; We Pay Our Rent

Yes boys and girls, we are the suckers for allowing the collusion in the District of Criminals to continue. White House chief tied to BP adviser Did Emanuel's link to oil company compromise efforts to regulate it? White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, WND has learned, lived rent-free in Washington, D.C., for years, thanks in part to a friend under contract with oil giant BP. While the White House approaches "day 50" of the environmental disaster caused by an explosion on BP's Deepwater Horizon oil rig, unable yet to stop the flowing crude in the Gulf, several media sources…
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Glenn Beck, 3.8.2010: Chicago Moves To Washington

Glenn will be interviewing former Rep. Massa on tomorrow's show about how he was forced out of his seat because he voted against Obamacare.  Quite an interesting story unfolding about Rahm Emanuel and 'the Chicago way'. Part 2, America on the right track?: Part 3: Part 4: Rep. Massa's radio interview from today: Eric Massa: Democrats ousted me over health care Rep. Eric Massa (D-N.Y.) says the House ethics committee is investigating him for inappropriate comments he made to a male staffer on New Year's Eve — and that he's the victim of a power play by Democratic leaders who…
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Glenn Beck, 2.15.2010: Obama’s Path To Dictatorship, Mishy’s Crusade, & ClimateGate

Glenn starts out with the differences, or lack thereof, of the two parties controlling the District of Criminals. These two parties are just two sides of the progressive coin. Glenn then covers Rahm Emanuel's words about pushing Obama's agenda through using executive orders; story here.  A progressive congress has given away it's power. He also talks about Mishy pushing the fight against childhood obesity and mentions food deserts and how there probably is legislation that directly relates. Imagine my surprise when I realized he was talking about this bill that I read months ago; H.R. 3100: Food Desert Oasis Act…
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Rahm Emanuel At The WSJ CEO Council

WSJ does a CEO Council every fall in Washington, D.C, and this year is no different. Welcome to the 2009 WSJ CEO Council Carlos Slim, Rupert Murdoch, Ratan Tata and Christina Romer are among the speakers slated for The Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council Nov. 16-17. More than 100 CEOs gather at the Four Seasons in Washington, D.C., to discuss how to “rebuild global prosperity” and develop a set of priorities for the economy, education, the environment and health care. Check WSJ.com for updates, including video. Last year the resounding issue that Americans were concerned about was the economy coming…
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