This explains a lot. “Its World Cup bid included plans to build nine climate-controlled stadiums that can be dismantled and moved after the tournament.” Seriously?!
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After Massachusetts, I’m going to try to resist critiquing individual polls that contain pessimistic results for Democrats, particularly since we’re transitioning into a more systematic and…
Watching some of the breathless reaction to Apple’s unveiling of the iPad today, I’m reminded a bit of the Obama campaign back during 2008.
The essence of a good brand is establishing high…
The idea here is simple: instead of rewarding failure, we only reward success. Instead of funding the status quo, we only invest in reform – reform that raises student achievement, inspires students to excel in math and science, and turns around failing schools that steal the future of too many young Americans, from rural communities to inner-cities. In the 21st century, one of the best anti-poverty programs is a world-class education. In this country, the success of our children cannot depend more on where they live than their potential.
- President Barack Obama, State of the Union, January 27, 2010 (via AJC “Get Schooled”)