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Ngày 01 tháng 08 năm 2014

BBQ, Iced Tea, and the Economy

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Thursday, July 31, 2014
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BBQ, Iced Tea, and the Economy
President Obama just got back from Kansas City, Missouri, where he grabbed BBQ with some letter writers, picked up an iced tea at Parkville Coffee, and chatted with employees at Peddlers Wagon, a quilt and gift shop.
In the middle of meeting with everyday folks and chowing down on BBQ, the President spoke to a fired-up crowd about the progress our economy has made since he took office and how Republican obstructionism in Congress is hurting hard-working Americans.
He focused especially on how Republicans in Congress continue to do nothing to move this country forward -- like creating jobs or renewing the Highway Trust Fund -- and instead focus on political stunts, like suing the President for doing his job.
Watch what the President had to say, and see how he's continuing to make progress, even without the help of Congress.
President Obama greets audience members after he delivered remarks on the economy at Uptown Theatre in Kansas City.
President Barack Obama greets audience members after he delivered remarks on the economy at Uptown Theater in Kansas City, Mo., July 30, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Amanda Lucidon)
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Yesterday, the Bureau of Economic Analysis released a report showing strong economic growth last quarter, with the gross domestic product (GDP) increasing at a 4 percent rate. This is a good indicator that the economy is continuing to improve, and another sign that the President's policies are starting to pay off -- but the economy could be doing even better if Congress decided to do its part.READ MORE  President Obama: "Russia Is Once Again Isolating Itself from the International Community"
On Tuesday, President Obama spoke on the South Lawn about the situation in Ukraine, in the wake of the shoot-down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 nearly two weeks ago.READ MORE
Today's Schedule
All times are Eastern Time (ET)

10:00 AM: The President and Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing
10:55 AM: The President and Vice President meet with Members of Congress on foreign policy
12:00 PM: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Josh Earnest
12:30 PM: The President and Vice President meet for lunch
1:20 PM: The President delivers remarks and signs an Executive Order
3:40 PM: The President delivers remarks
7:25 PM: The President and First Lady host "A Celebration of Special Olympics and A Unified Generation"; The President delivers remarks
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8:25 PM: The President and First Lady attend a concert commemorating the Special Olympics
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Thứ năm ngày 31-7-2014

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President Obama's walk down Main Street

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Thursday, July 31, 2014
President Obama's walk down Main Street

President Obama traveled to Kansas City, Missouri this week -- where he grabbed some BBQ with Americans who had written him letters, and delivered a speech about how he's working to get things done for hardworking Americans even as Congress chooses not to act to move this country forward.
And before he left, the President took a walk down Main Street (literally), spending time with store owners, touring an antique watch shop, and chatting with customers at a local coffee shop.
We got it all on video, and we think you'll want to see it -- watch, then pass it on:

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Ngày 29 tháng 07 năm 2014

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Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Thứ hai ngày 28-7-2014

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Ngày 28 tháng 07 năm 2014

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Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Chủ nhật ngày 27-7-2014

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Ngày 27 tháng 07 năm 2014

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Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Thứ bảy ngày 26-7-2014

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Weekly Address: Closing Corporate Tax Loopholes

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Saturday, July 26, 2014
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Weekly Address: Closing Corporate Tax Loopholes 
In this week's address, the President continued his call for our nation to rally around an economic patriotism that says rather than protecting wasteful tax loopholes for a few at the top, we should be investing in things like education and job training that grow the economy for everybody.
The President highlighted the need to close one of the most unfair tax loopholes that allows companies to avoid paying taxes here at home by shifting their residence for tax purposes out of the country. The President has put forth a budget that does just that, and he has called for business tax reform that makes investment in the United States attractive, and creates incentives for companies to invest and create jobs here at home. And while he will continue to make the case for tax reform, the President is calling on Congress to take action and close this loophole now.
Click here to watch this week's Weekly Address.
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The President called for a new sense of optimism and collective patriotism in this country: "Cynicism is a choice, and hope is a better choice. And if we can work together, I promise you there's no holding America back."
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Apollo 11: 45 Years Later
Forty-five years ago, two American astronauts -- Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong -- landed on the moon's Sea of Tranquility, and Neil Armstrong planted the first footprint on the surface of the moon.
On Tuesday, President Obama invited Buzz Aldrin; Michael Collins, the astronaut who piloted the spacecraft that orbited the moon; and Neil Armstrong's wife, Carol, to the White House. Armstrong passed away in 2012.
President Barack Obama meets with Apollo 11 astronauts.
President Barack Obama meets with Apollo 11 astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, right, Carol Armstrong, widow of Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, and Patricia Falcone, OSTP Associate Director for National Security and International Affairs, left, in the Oval Office. This week marked the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing. July 22, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
To honor the anniversary, we spent a little time poring over archival footage of the Apollo 11 mission -- and included some of the incredible work that NASA is doing today. We won't spoil it all for you here, but it includes redirecting asteroids around the moon and going to Mars. So, that's pretty cool.
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"For Conspicuous Gallantry"
On Monday, President Obama presented the Medal of Honor to Staff Sergeant Ryan M. Pitts for his unwavering courage in one of the fiercest battles of the war in Afghanistan.
The President presents the Medal of Honor to Staff Sergeant Ryan M. Pitts.
The President described Ryan's heroic acts during his remarks:
As the insurgents moved in, Ryan picked up a grenade, pulled the pin, and held that live grenade -- for a moment, then another, then another -- finally hurling it so they couldn't throw it back. Then he did it again. And again. Unable to stand, Ryan pulled himself up on his knees and manned a machine gun. Soldiers from the base below made a daring run -- dodging bullets and explosions -- and joined the defense. But now the enemy was inside the post -- so close they were throwing rocks at the Americans; so close they came right up to the sandbags. Eight American soldiers had now fallen. And Ryan Pitts was the only living soldier at that post.
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As always, to see even more of this week's events, watch the latest West Wing Week.
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