from Tales from the Trail:

Rahm’s White House going away present – dead fish wrapped in newspaper

October 1, 2010

What do you get a guy who's leaving the White House to run for Mayor of Chicago?

White House colleagues presented Rahm Emanuel with a dead Asian carp wrapped in Chicago newspapers at the morning meeting on his last day. fish

from Tales from the Trail:

Gibbs skillfully dances around Rahm question

September 30, 2010

The performance was worthy of "Dancing with the Stars."

USA/Watching White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs waltz around the question  of whether White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel had decided to leave and run for mayor of Chicago was quite breathtaking.

from Tales from the Trail:

Bill Clinton emerges as leading U.S. political favorite — poll

September 29, 2010

OBAMA/

CLINTON/Nearly a decade after his presidency ended in scandal and disgrace, Bill Clinton has emerged as the most popular figure in the U.S. political firmament, according to a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll.   Except he's not running for office.

from Tales from the Trail:

Will Obama pick a CEO to replace Summers?

September 28, 2010

Who could possibly replace Larry Summers as director of the White House National Economic Council?

from Tales from the Trail:

Presidents keep to-do lists too, check Obama’s pocket

September 28, 2010

Even presidents don't escape to-do lists. Granted they include more weighty items than mundane reminders to pick up groceries after work.

from Tales from the Trail:

Washington Extra – Comfort Zone

September 27, 2010

President Barack Obama was jubilant at the bill signing for the small business lending legislation, but with just slightly more than a month to go before the election, voters appear consistently unmoved by White House attempts to lift the economy.

from Summit Notebook:

No time for fun for White House officials

September 22, 2010

WASHINGTON-SUMMIT/While senators like Lamar Alexander have time to play classical piano with the symphony or attend sporting events, some people in Washington don't have as much time for fun or relaxation.

from Summit Notebook:

How do White House staff know when it’s time to leave?

September 20, 2010

SUMMIT-WASHINGTON/GIBBSIt's an age old question that even applies to senior staff working in the White House: At what point do you decide it's time to quit your job and move on?

from Tales from the Trail:

Calm before the storm: Does silence on Warren signal decision soon?

September 15, 2010

An eerie calm has descended over the blogosphere after the feeding frenzy that broke out earlier this week on whether President Barack Obama was poised to name Elizabeth Warren to lead the new consumer financial agency.

from Environment Forum:

The quest to put solar power back on the White House

September 9, 2010

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Bill McKibben, founder of the green group 350.org, is on a quest to convince President Barack Obama to put solar panels back on the roof of the White House.