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  • ESPN Robert Lee Back to Orwell’s “1984”?

    Today, Stonewall Jackson. Tomorrow, Michael, Reggie and Jackson Hole

    Some may see this as a pell-mell rush to replicate George Orwell’s “1984,” in which “every statue and street and building has been renamed.” But I don’t think it goes far enough.

    By Dana Milbank Opinion writer August 23, 2017  at 6:11 PM (full text below)

    If something is worth doing in America, it’s worth overdoing.

    ESPN proved this eternal truth anew this week when it announced that, in response to the violence in Charlottesville, it was removing announcer Robert Lee from broadcasting the University of Virginia football game in Charlottesville — because he has the same name as the Confederate commander Robert E. Lee. ESPN’s Lee is Asian American.

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    TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION

    ESPN Robert Lee Back to George Orwell’s “1984” ?

    Detailed summary of George Orwell Novel Nineteen Eighty-Four …

    mensekhar.over-blog.com/article-detailed-summary-of-george-orwell-novel-nineteen…

    Detailed summary of George Orwell Novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) by Colette COLMERAUER : PART 1 Chapter 1 ……

    The story of Winston Smith begins on a bright cold day.

    He works for the Ministry of Truth, which deals with news, education, entertainment and art.

    Added for clarity “1984” …. Winston Smith is a member of the Outer Party. He works in the Records Department in the Ministry of Truth, rewriting and distorting history. To escape Big Brother’s tyranny, at least inside his own mind, Winston begins a diary — an act punishable by death.

    There are three other Ministries:

    The Ministry of Plenty dealing with Economic Affairs

    The Ministry of Love dealing with law and torture

    And, the Ministry of Peace which deals with war and defence

    Everywhere in London there are giant posters of a dark eyed man with a moustache and a motto “Big Brother is looking at you”. Winston comes back home from work to his one room apartment.

    In this room a big telescreen transmits and receives non-stop information, so that you can be watched or listened to at anytime.

    But there is an alcove besides where he believes he cannot be seen. So he sits there and begins writing a journal, on an old book bought in an antiques shop. He writes the date: 4 April 1984.

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    BELOW SATIRE AT IT’S FINEST: the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues.

    unedited full text

    Today, Stonewall Jackson. Tomorrow, Michael, Reggie and Jackson …

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/…/a9e29ea6-8849-11e7-a50f-e0d4e6ec070a_story.ht…

    18 hours ago – Today, Stonewall Jackson. Tomorrow, Michael, Reggie and Jackson Hole. The inside track on Washington politics. Be the first to know about …

    If something is worth doing in America, it’s worth overdoing.

    ESPN proved this eternal truth anew this week when it announced that, in response to the violence in Charlottesville, it was removing announcer Robert Lee from broadcasting the University of Virginia football game in Charlottesville — because he has the same name as the Confederate commander Robert E. Lee. ESPN’s Lee is Asian American.

    Similar caution just led the University of Houston to change the name of its Calhoun Lofts dorm because it shares a name with the 19th-century vice president and white supremacist John C. Calhoun, even though, a university spokeswoman told the Houston Chronicle, “the residence hall was not named in recognition of John C. Calhoun” but a nearby street.

    In Atlanta, likewise, protesters last week attempted to tear down that city’s Peace Monument, apparently mistaking it for a Confederate shrine. The sculpture was erected to honor those who worked for reunification during Reconstruction.

    The movement to remove Confederate monuments can be a healthy one, if done legally, according to the wishes of local citizens and in such a way that preserves this history without glorifying it. But from across this great land come reminders that nothing in America succeeds like excess.

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a 90-day review of any statues on city property that could be “symbols of hate.” New Yorkers are now taking aim at the Christopher Columbus statue in Columbus Circle and the tomb of Ulysses S. Grant.

    Some object to the Theodore Roosevelt statue outside the Museum of Natural History, and others suggest the name “New York” itself may have to go because the Duke of York was a slave trader. New York chef Tom Colicchio dropped the name of his new restaurant because it was named after a building that was named after 19th-century publishers who had racist views.

    There’s a movement in Massachusetts to rename Boston’s Faneuil Hall, cradle of the Revolution, because the 1742 structure was built by a slave trader and owner, Peter Faneuil. Residents of Philadelphia and Seattle, not to be left out, want to remove statues of, respectively, Frank Rizzo and Vladimir Lenin.

    Some may see this as a pell-mell rush to replicate George Orwell’s “1984,” in which “every statue and street and building has been renamed.” But I don’t think it goes far enough.

    If we are to purge ourselves of Robert E. Lee (and ESPN’s Robert Lee) we must avoid confusion by renaming or replacing all things with names similar to the Confederate general’s: Bruce Lee, Tommy Lee, Spike Lee, Harper Lee, Bobby Lee, Lee jeans, Lee Majors and Lee Iacocca.

    It won’t do simply to rename schools named for the Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart. We’re going to have to rename Stuart Little, Stuart the Minion from “Despicable Me,” Jon Stewart, Martha Stewart and Jeb Bush. All statues of Jubal Early must come down. So must all things that share names with this Confederate general: early-bird specials, early morning, early retirement, early voting and early NBA-draft entry.

    If Confederate hero Nathan Bedford Forrest must go, so must the Redwood forest. Also the Gulf Stream waters. Fort A.P. Hill, an army base named for a Confederate general, must be renamed. So must Capitol Hill, Beacon Hill, Nob Hill, Bunker Hill, the Sugarhill Gang, Blueberry Hill, and Bill and Hill.

    Let us dispense with Jefferson Davis, by all means — but take with him Miles Davis, Sammy Davis Jr., Davis Love, the Davis Cup, the University of California at Davis, the Jefferson Hotel, Thomas Jefferson, George Jefferson, Louise “Weezy” Jefferson, Jefferson Pierce (Black Lightning) and especially Jefferson Beauregard Sessions, who also shares a name with Confederate Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard. Now that New Orleans has taken down its Beauregard statue, we’re also going to have to relocate Bo Jackson, Bo Derek and Bo Diddley.

    Memorials to Confederate Gen. Leonidas Polk cannot be moved without also erasing all trace of President James Polk, polka dances, polka dots, Hawaiian poke and Pokémon. Picket lines must be outlawed and picket fences flattened to avoid honoring Gen. George Pickett, and I will stonewall any attempt to disappear Gen. Thomas Jackson without also renaming Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Reggie Jackson, Percy Jackson, Action Jackson and Jackson Hole.

    I regret to say we must also rename my Washington Post colleague Philip Rucker, who shares a name with (though is not related to) Confederate Gen. Edmund Rucker.

    That’s asking a lot of Phil, but we all must do our share. I will be demanding a new name for my public high school, Calhoun High School. It’s not named for John C. but for Sanford H., a 20th-century New York school administrator who, to the best of my knowledge, did not own slaves. But you can’t be too careful.

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    August 24, 2017,  Some may see this as a pell-mell rush to replicate George Orwell’s “1984,” in which “every statue and street and building has been renamed.” But I don’t think it goes far enough.

     Behind My Back | Renaming and Re-branding the ONP Wilderness

    www.behindmyback.org/…/renaming-and-re-brandingthe-onpwilderness

    AUG 19, 2017 · Renaming and Re-branding the ONP Wilderness Sponsored In 2016, … Behind My BackREBRANDING

    AND CHANGING THE NAME DOES NOT CHANGE THE GAME. period.


  • WA DC Swamp Fake News Wildfires and Arson

    WA  DC Swamp Fake News Wildfires and Arson

    Weather. com question “HOW CAN A SWAMP CATCH ON FIRE?”

    If you support  President Trump you understand these analogies

    HOW DID THE WA DC SWAMP CATCH ON FIRE?

     “This is the worst I’ve seen it and I’ve never seen so many red flags”

    An estimated 320 Florida wildfires were intentionally set.

    www.mypalmbeachpost.com/…320-florida-wildfires…/wgtTopAd79CcdWpGdKzr2L/

    May 8, 2017 – FLORIDA’S WILDFIRES CONTINUE TO BLAZE WITH ARSON SUSPECTED in an … from the West Mims Fire burning in the Okefenokee SWAMP National Wildlife Refuge …

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    AN ESTIMATED 320 WILD FAKE NEWS STORIES WERE INTENTIONALLY STARTED BY ARSONISTS, LEAKED TO THE PRESS AND THEY CONTINUE BURNING IN WA DC SWAMP.

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    Swamps complicating Treasure Coast firefighting | Video – TC Palm

    www.tcpalm.com/story/news/local/2017/04/12/swamps…firefighting/100365056/

    Apr 12, 2017 – Swamps are drying out and catching fire. … State of emergency declared as more than 100 wildfires burn | Video, photos. It is one of nine …

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    THE WA DC DEMOCRATS ARE FIDDLING WHILE THEIR SWAMP  BURNS

    DRAINING THE WA DC SWAMP HAS BEEN COMPLICATED BY THE WA DC DEMOCRATS IN/ BY MEMBERS OF CONGRESS  AND  OBAMA’S LEFTOVERS  TO AVOID DEALING WITH THE REAL ISSUE CREATED BY THE FALSE NEWS, NATIONAL SECURITY AND PRIVACY.

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    MAY 17, 2017 PRESIDENT TRUMP AND HIS ADMINISTRATION ARE BUSY DEALING WITH REAL  U.S. GOVERNMENT AND GLOBAL ISSUES.

    MEANWHILE, OUR PRESIDENT IS UP TO HIS ARMPITS IN ALLIGATORS TRYING TO DRAIN THE WA DC SWAMP, NO WORRIES, HE WAS FOREWARNED BY PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN

    FEB 10, 1982 “I KNOW IT’S HARD  WHEN YOU ARE UP TO YOUR ARMPITS IN ALLIGATORS TO REMEMBER YOU ARE HERE TO DRAIN THE SWAMP”

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    HERE ARE SOME “LOL” ANALOGICAL FACTS ABOUT ALLIGATORS

    ALLIGATORS FORM SO-CALLED “BELLOWING CHORUSES”. LARGE GROUPS OF ANIMALS BELLOW TOGETHER FOR A FEW MINUTES A FEW TIMES A DAY, USUALLY ONE TO THREE HOURS AFTER SUNRISE.

    THE BELLOWS OF MALE AMERICAN ALLIGATORS ARE ACCOMPANIED BY POWERFUL BLASTS OF INFRA SOUND ANOTHER FORM OF MALE DISPLAY IS A LOUD HEAD-SLAP.

    RECENTLY, ON SPRING NIGHTS ALLIGATORS WERE FOUND TO GATHER IN LARGE NUMBERS FOR GROUP COURTSHIP, THE SO-CALLED “ALLIGATOR DANCES”.

    ALTHOUGH ALLIGATORS HAVE NO VOCAL CORDS, MALES BELLOW LOUDLY TO ATTRACT MATES AND WARN OFF OTHER MALES BY SUCKING AIR INTO THEIR LUNGS AND BLOWING IT OUT IN …

    MOST OF THE MUSCLE IN AN ALLIGATOR’S JAW EVOLVED TO BITE AND GRIP PREY. THE MUSCLES THAT CLOSE THE JAWS ARE EXCEPTIONALLY POWERFUL, BUT THE MUSCLES FOR OPENING THEIR JAWS ARE COMPARATIVELY WEAK.

    AS A RESULT, AN ADULT HUMAN CAN HOLD AN ALLIGATOR’S JAWS SHUT BARE-HANDED.

    IT IS COMMON TODAY TO USE SEVERAL WRAPS OF DUCT TAPE TO PREVENT AN ADULT ALLIGATOR FROM OPENING ITS JAWS WHEN BEING HANDLED OR TRANSPORTED.

    If you support  President Trump you understand these analogies, you will LOL  and no explanation is necessary.

    Simply put….

    IF YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND YOU ARE A  DEMOCRAT.


  • FBI Comey Was Mildly Nauseous?

    Read the Rest of the Story… by Pearl Harvey

    HILLARY CLINTON ALMOST GOT AWAY WITH IT BECAUSE OF NATIONAL SECURITY.

    No wonder Comey Was Mildly Nauseous….

    This documented comment is enough to gag a maggot

    Hilary Clinton did not swear an oath to tell the truth before meeting with the FBI for three and a half hours last weekend, and the interview was not recorded, FBI Director James Comey told House lawmakers on Thursday.

    FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY,WAS PROHIBITED BY THE DOJ  TO  ELECTRONIC RECORD HIS INVESTIGATION INTERVIEW WITH HILLARY CLINTON BECAUSE IT INVOLVED NATIONAL SECURITY.

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    June 3, 2014
    For decades, criminal investigators have known that the best way to obtain and preserve reliable information is to electronically record interviews and interrogations.
    And yet agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation have continued to rely on handwritten notes taken during interrogations, which they later type onto so-called 302 forms.
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    That will finally change. In mid-May, the Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a memo instructing all federal investigative agencies—including the F.B.I., the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Marshals Service, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives—to use electronic recording while interviewing witnesses and suspects,
    EXCEPT IN CASES  INVOLVING NATIONAL SECURITY
    the new policy goes into effect on July 11th. 
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    July 5, 2016
    Statement by FBI Director James B. Comey on the Investigation of Secretary Hillary Clinton’s Use of a Personal E-Mail System
    FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY,WAS PROHIBITED BY THE DOJ  TO  ELECTRONIC RECORD HIS INVESTIGATION INTERVIEW WITH HILLARY CLINTON BECAUSE IT INVOLVED NATIONAL SECURITY.
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    Why did the F.B.I. resist the change for so many years? Bureaucratic inertia, perhaps, or discomfort with making certain techniques transparent?
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    May 3, 2017 – Comey said Wednesday that it makes him “mildly nauseous” to think his decision to reopen the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails just days before the election could have impacted voters, but added he would make the same choice again.

    “I faced a choice,” Comey said. “And I’ve lived my entire career by the tradition that if you can possibly avoid it, you avoid any action in the run-up to an election that might have an impact, whether it’s a dog-catcher election or president of the United States. But I sat there that morning and could not see a door labeled ‘no action here.'”

    In his most detailed explanation and strongest defense of his actions to date, Comey said it was a choice between “really bad and catastrophic” to inform lawmakers about the discovery of additional Clinton emails found on the computer of former Rep. Anthony Weiner, the husband of Clinton aide Huma Abedin.

    Comey said he had the choice to either “speak” or “conceal.” He called the decision — which quickly became public — “one of the world’s most painful experiences,” but said making it was the right move.

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    FBI Memo

    www.nytimes.com/packages/pdf/national/20070402_FBI_Memo.pdf
    Apr 2, 2007 – Page 1. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION. Frecedauon ROUTINE ‘ Date: 3/23/2006. To: All Field Offices ittm ADIC, sac, and cm:.

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    Bill,

    online.wsj.com/public/resources/documents/DOJDocsPt4-1070319.pdf

    Mar 30, 2006 – Details: FBI policy on electronic recording of confessions and witness interviews is contained in a SAC Memorandum 22—99, dated 10 August …

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    Why did the F.B.I. resist the change for so many years? Bureaucratic inertia, perhaps, or discomfort with making certain techniques transparent?
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    Dated 3/17/06 Office of the General Council Investigative Law Unit
    ELECTRON RECORDING OF CONFESSIONS AND WITNESSES
    http://online.wsj.com/public/resources/documents/DOJDocsPt4-1070319.pdf
    This is a 54 page DOJ document
    with a hand written notation “SO WE WANT TO HIDE THE TRUTH? DON’T WANT JURY TO REACH IT’S OWN JUDGMENT?
    It is recognized there are many situations in which recording the subjects interview would be prudent…
    On a case-by-case opportunity to use this technique where and when it will be used to further the investigation and subsequent prosecution….
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    Except in cases  LIKE HILLARY CLINTON’S involving national security
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    From the group of 30,000 e-mails returned to the State Department, 110 e-mails in 52 e-mail chains have been determined by the owning agency to contain classified information at the time they were sent or received. Eight of those chains contained information that was Top Secret at the time they were sent;36 chains contained Secret information at the time
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    July 5, 2016
    Statement by FBI Director James B. Comey on the Investigation of Secretary Hillary Clinton’s Use of a Personal E-Mail System

    Remarks prepared for delivery at press briefing.

    Good morning. I’m here to give you an update on the FBI’s investigation of Secretary Clinton’s use of a personal e-mail system during her time as Secretary of State.

    After a tremendous amount of work over the last year, the FBI is completing its investigation and referring the case to the Department of Justice for a prosecutive decision. What I would like to do today is tell you three things: what we did; what we found; and what we are recommending to the Department of Justice.

    This will be an unusual statement in at least a couple ways. First, I am going to include more detail about our process than I ordinarily would, because I think the American people deserve those details in a case of intense public interest. Second, I have not coordinated or reviewed this statement in any way with the Department of Justice or any other part of the government. They do not know what I am about to say.

    I want to start by thanking the FBI employees who did remarkable work in this case. Once you have a better sense of how much we have done, you will understand why I am so grateful and proud of their efforts.

    So, first, what we have done:

    The investigation began as a referral from the Intelligence Community Inspector General in connection with Secretary Clinton’s use of a personal e-mail server during her time as Secretary of State. The referral focused on whether classified information was transmitted on that personal system.

    Our investigation looked at whether there is evidence classified information was improperly stored or transmitted on that personal system, in violation of a federal statute making it a felony to mishandle classified information either intentionally or in a grossly negligent way, or a second statute making it a misdemeanor to knowingly remove classified information from appropriate systems or storage facilities.

    Piecing all of that back together—to gain as full an understanding as possible of the ways in which personal e-mail was used for government work—has been a painstaking undertaking, requiring thousands of hours of effort.

    click on the link below to read the full text

    Statement by FBI Director James B. Comey on the Investigation of …

    https://www.fbi.gov/…/statement-by-fbi-director-james-b-comey-on-the-investigation-…

    Jul 5, 2016Statement by FBI Director James B. Comey on the Investigation of Secretary Hillary Clinton’s Use of a Personal E-Mail System. Remarks …

    In this case, given the importance of the matter, I think unusual transparency is in order.

    Opinions are irrelevant,  they were all uninformed by insight into our investigation.

  • Manipulating the Weather for War

    MANIPULATING THE WEATHER FOR WAR

    In his 1931 book The Scientific Outlook, Lord Bertrand Arthur Russell,

    DISCUSSED MANIPULATING THE WEATHER.

    “It may be that God made the world,” Russell proclaimed, “that is no reason why we should not make it over.” (in 1950 he was the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature)

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    MUCH EFFORT WENT INTO STUDIES OF WEATHER MODIFICATION FROM 1945 INTO THE 1970S.

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    THE CONCEPT OF WEATHER MODIFICATION FOR USE AS A WEAPON OF WAR STARTED IN JUNE 1944.

    THE WAR THAT CHANGED GLOBAL WEATHER

    D-Day Weather Map Is Most Important in History

    Massive World War II bombing raids altered English weather
    Allied bombing raids during WWII turned the English sky white with 
    contrails, providing a case study for scientists studying how the WEATHER is affected by these long, feathery lines of condensation that form behind aircraft

    THE WEATHER MODIFICATION TECHNIQUE AND DEVELOPMENT AS AN INSTRUMENT OF WAR USED SEEDING UNITS COMPOSED OF SILVER IODIDE WERE STARTED IN 1949 AT THE NAVAL WEAPONS CENTER IN CHINA LAKE CALIFORNIA.

    WEATHER MODIFICATION (CLOUD SEEDING) WAS USED AS AN INSTRUMENT OF WAR 1966 IN VIETNAM.

    DURING THE VIETNAM WAR THE US GOVERNMENT USED WEATHER AS A WEAPON UNDER PROJECT POPEYE, THE PROJECT BEGAN IN 1966, LASTED FOR A HALF A DECADE, AND WAS CONSIDERED A SUCCESS.

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    MAY 18, 1977  GLOBALCONCERN AFTER  THE VIETNAM WAR

    The United Nations WEATHER Weapons Treaty of May 1977

    UNGA RES – UN Weather Weapons Treaty

    www.cooperazioneallosviluppo.esteri.it/pdgcs/…/iraq/…/Weather_Weapon_Treaty.pdf

    Adopted by Resolution 31/72 of the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December … The Convention was opened for signature at Geneva on 18 May 1977.

    The United Nations Weather Weapons Treaty of May 1977 warned that scientific and technical developments may open new possibilities with respect to modification of the environment and that the hostile use of these techniques could have effects extremely harmful to human welfare.

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    MUCH EFFORT?  U.S. CONGRESS WEATHER MODIFICATION OCT. 26, 1977

    Full text of “Weather modification: programs, problems, policy, and …

    https://archive.org/stream/weatificat00unit/weatificat00unit_djvu.txt

    193 Legislative and congressional activities 194 Federal legislation on weather ….. 93th Cong., 1st sess., Oct. 26, 1977Washington, U.S. Government Printing ….. Operation of cloud-seeding equipment near the border of one State may also …

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    MUCH EFFORT? BY THE UNITED NATIONS OCT 5, 1978

    The United Nations WEATHER Weapons Treaty of May 1977 was opened for signature at Geneva on 18 May 1977 and entered into force on 5 October 1978. warned that scientific and technical developments may open new possibilities with respect to modification of the environment and that the hostile use of these techniques could have effects extremely harmful to human welfare.

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    GOOD GRIEF…

    THE U.S. SIGNED A UNITED NATIONS WEATHER WEAPONS TREATY IN 1978

    AND IN JUNE 17, 1996  THE DOD IS PLANNING TO OWN THE WEATHER IN 2025

    The Scientific Outlook 2025 “It may be that God made the world,” the DOD  proclaimed, “that is no reason why we should not make it over.”

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     Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in … – UK Skywatch

    by CTJ House – ‎1996 – ‎Cited by 26 – ‎Related articles

    Aug 5, 1996 – OWNING THE WEATHER IN 2025. A Research Paper … Presented on 17 June 1996,

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    MUCH EFFORT?  WEATHER MODIFICATION AUG 17, 2013

    US Climate Change Study Explores Weather Modification

    www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/us-climate-change-study-under/16368732

    AUG 17, 2013A U.S. STUDY IS UNDER WAY TO EVALUATE SEVERAL POSSIBLE WAYS TO LIMIT CLIMATE CHANGE INCLUDING SOLAR RADIATION MANAGEMENT AND CARBON DIOXIDE …

    So, when I found out about the study on  “WEATHER MODIFICATION” study and evaluation

    I SENT THIS

    Earth Day Message to Congress

    Posted on April 22, 2015 7:38 am by Pearl Rains Hewett

    I am asking for an email response from our Federal and State Elected Representative with the RESULTS/scientific finding  of the US Climate Change Study Explores WEATHER Modification.

    The U.S. study was expected to be finished in the fall of 2014. (I did not get a response)

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    MAY 2014 THE SHUTTING DOWN OF HAARP’S  WEATHER MODIFICATION

    “WE’RE MOVING ON TO OTHER WAYS OF MANAGING THE IONOSPHERE WHICH THE HAARP WAS REALLY DESIGNED TO DO,” he said. “TO INJECT ENERGY INTO THE IONOSPHERE TO BE ABLE TO ACTUALLY CONTROL IT.

     AND.. THAT WAY TO MANAGE WAS?

    Behind My Back | Albedo modification?

    www.behindmyback.org/category/albedo-modification/

    By definition. Albedo is the technical term for the proportion of sunlight. that Earth’s surface and atmosphere reflect back to space. Albedo modification AKA…

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    OBAMA’S CLIMATE CHANGE AGENDA?

    DEC 2016 AFTER MUCH EFFORT BY THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION IN COLLUSION WITH THE U.S. GLOBAL CHANGE RESEARCH PROGRAM…

    THE DRAFT REPORT, KNOWN AS THE CLIMATE SCIENCE SPECIAL REPORT (CSSR), WAS QUIETLY RELEASED IN LATE DECEMBER 2016, JUST BEFORE THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION LEFT OFFICE, BY THE UNITED STATES GLOBAL CHANGE RESEARCH PROGRAM…

    OBAMA ADMINISTRATION CLIMATE SCIENCE SPECIAL REPORT (CSSR)

    WAS LEFT BEHIND FOR THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO FINISH

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    The bottom line…

    PRESIDENT TRUMP JUST WIPED OUT THE OBAMA CLIMATE CHANGE AGENDA. DO YOU SUPPORT THIS ORDER?  


  • U.S. GPO Keeping America Informed?

    U.S. GPO Keeping America Informed?

    U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO)  Keeping America Informed?

    OOPS… Today is April 27, 2017 the last entry posted was April 14, 2017

    GPO Keeping America Informed? Is 13 days behind the times.

    If you can’t put it simply, you don’t understand it very well.

    The 100th day of Trump’s presidency will be April 29, 2017.

    “Keeping America Informed?”

    WOW!  DOWN LOAD THIS, 3500 OR MORE WORDS, 19 PAGES…

     UPDATING THE Checklist of White House Press Releases starting April 15, 2017

    Why bother with that?

    SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS?

    THE FOLLOWING LIST CONTAINS RELEASES OF THE OFFICE OF THE PRESS SECRETARY THAT ARE NEITHER PRINTED ITEMS NOR COVERED BY ENTRIES IN THE DIGEST OF OTHER WHITE HOUSE ANNOUNCEMENTS.

    At least what there is, is in chronological order.

    DCPD-2017 CHECKLIST – Checklist of White House Press Releases

    UNBELIEVABLE?  DOWN LOAD THIS, 3500 OR MORE WORDS, 19 PAGES…

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    WOW… AND THEN THERE IS THIS

    NO FALSE NEWS HERE…. DIRECTLY FROM ….

    THE WHITE HOUSE

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    SO, I AM UPDATING

    The Checklist of White House Press Releases starting April 15, 2017

    Why bother with that?

    SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS?

    KEEPING AMERICA INFORMED?

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    April 26, 2017

    Press Briefing by Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin on Executive Order Improving Accountability and Whistleblower Protections

    April 26, 2017

    Background Briefing on the First 100 Days

    April 26, 2017

    Briefing by Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin and Director of the National Economic Council Gary Cohn

    April 26, 2017

    On-the-Record Press Call on the Education Federalism Executive Order

    April 25, 2017

    Press Briefing by Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke on the Executive Order to Review the Designations Under the Antiquities Act

    April 25, 2017

    Daily Press Briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross

    April 24, 2017

    On-the-Record Press Briefing on the President’s Executive Order Promoting Agriculture and Rural Prosperity

    April 24, 2017

    Press Briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer, 4/24/2017, #40

    April 21, 2017

    Press Gaggle by Press Secretary Sean Spicer

    April 21, 2017

    Press Briefing by Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin on Financial Services Executive Order and Memoranda

    April 20, 2017

    Press Briefing by Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross on the Memorandum Regarding the Investigation Pursuant to Section 232 (B) of the Trade Expansion Act

    April 19, 2017

    Press Briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer, 4/19/2017

    April 18, 2017

    Gaggle on Background on Buy American, Hire American Executive Order

    April 18, 2017

    Press Gaggle by Principal Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Sanders en route Kenosha, WI, 4/18/2017

    April 17, 2017

    Press Briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer, 4/17/2017, #38

    April 17, 2017

    Background Briefing on Buy American, Hire American Executive Order

    April 14, 2017

    Background Press Call on the Vice President’s Travel to South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, and Australia

     

    AND THERE YOU HAVE IT.. Well sort of….

    UPDATED AND KEEPING AMERICA INFORMED

    April 14, 2017

    White House Commends Atlanta First Responders for Response to Interstate 85 Bridge Fire

    April 14  Statement by the Press Secretary: White House Commends Atlanta First Responders for Response to Interstate 85 Bridge Fire

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    Budget and Presidential Materials

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    Compilation of Presidential Documents

    Publisher

    Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration

    Event Date

    April 14, 2017

    President

    Donald J. Trump

    Document Categories

    Supplementary Materials : Checklist of White House Press Releases

    https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/DCPD-2017CHECKLIST/html/DCPD-2017CHECKLIST.htm

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    APRIL 14, 2017 UPDATED TO APRIL 26, 2017

    ADMINISTRATION OF DONALD J. TRUMP,

    Checklist of White House Press Releases

    The following list contains releases of the Office of the Press Secretary that are neither printed items nor covered by entries in the Digest of Other White House Announcements.

    Click on the top link to read the full 3500 word plus document

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    Just saying… Based on all of the documentation above

    The Russians didn’t do it!

    PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP DID!

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    January 20

    Text of a memorandum from White House Chief of Staff Reinhold R. “Reince” Priebus to the heads of executive departments and agencies on the regulatory freeze pending review

    January 21

    Transcript of remarks to reporters by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    January 23

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Takes Action: Signs Series of Presidential Memoranda Dealing With Trade and Other Issues

    January 24

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Takes Action To Expedite Priority Energy and Infrastructure Projects

    Statement by the Press Secretary on media coverage of the children of Presidents

    January 25

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Praise for President Trump’s Bold Action

    January 26

    Statement by Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Mark S. Sandy: Budgetary Impact Analysis for Executive Order Entitled “Minimizing the Economic Burden of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Pending Repeal”

    Statement by Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Mark S. Sandy: Budgetary Impact Analysis for Executive Order Entitled “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States”

    Statement by Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Mark S. Sandy: Budgetary Impact Analysis for Executive Order Entitled “Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements”

    Statement by Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Mark S. Sandy: Budgetary Impact Analysis for Executive Order Entitled “Expediting Environmental Reviews and Approvals for High Priority Infrastructure Projects”

    January 27

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Announces Manufacturing Jobs Initiative

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump’s First Week of Action

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Evening Communications Briefing

    January 29

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From the Sunday Shows

    January 30

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Senate Democrats Obstruct President Trump’s Nominees To Lead Major Departments, Agencies

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the appointment of Dana J. Boente as Acting Attorney General

    January 31

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Will Continue To Enforce Executive Order Protecting the Rights of the LGBTQ Community in the Workplace

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Works To Make Drugs More Affordable, Create Jobs

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Doing What He Said He Would: President Trump’s Transparent, Principled, and Consistent Process for Choosing a Supreme Court Nominee

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Nominates Judge Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court

    Text of a background paper on Supreme Court Nominee Neil M. Gorsuch

    Text of a brief curriculum vitae of Supreme Court Nominee Neil M. Gorsuch

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Bipartisan Praise for the “Impossible To Oppose” Judge Neil Gorsuch

    February 1

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Editorial Boards Across the Country Praise Judge Gorsuch

    Statement by the Press Secretary: First Lady Melania Trump Announces Chief of Staff

    Statement by National Security Adviser Michael T. Flynn on Iran’s ballistic missile launch

    February 2

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: More Editorial Praise for Judge Gorsuch

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House National Security Adviser Announces NSC Senior Staff Appointments

    Statement by the Press Secretary on Israel’s settlement activity

    February 3

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary on judicial action against the President’s Executive Order 13769 titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States”

    Statement by National Security Adviser Michael T. Flynn announcing U.S. sanctions against Iran

    February 4

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump’s Second Week of Action

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Making America Safe Again: In Only Two Weeks, President Trump Delivers on His Promise To Make America Safe Again

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Getting Americans Back to Work: Sticking to His Word: President Trump’s First Two Weeks Prioritized Putting Americans Back to Work

    February 5

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From Sunday’s Shows

    February 6

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    February 7

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: In Case You Missed It: McClatchy on Historical Precedent for President’s National Security Executive Order

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House Director of Legislative Affairs Announces Legislative Affairs House Staff Appointments

    February 8

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Announces His Cabinet

    Statement by the Press Secretary: First Lady Melania Trump Announces the Appointment of Anna Christina Niceta Lloyd as White House Social Secretary

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the President’s letter to President Xi Jinping of China

    Text of a CNBC.com op-ed by U.S. Global Investors Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer Frank Holmes: “CEO Confidence at Near-Record High. Why? Trump’s War on Regulation” (published February 7)

    February 9

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background press call by senior administration officials on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan’s visit to the White House

    February 11

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Acts To Restore Public Safety and Protect Law Enforcement

    February 12

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From Sunday’s Shows

    February 13

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Names Lt. General Joseph Keith Kellogg, Jr., as Acting National Security Advisor; Accepts Resignation of Lt. General Michael Flynn

    Text of National Security Adviser Michael T. Flynn’s letter of resignation submitted to the President

    February 14

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: First Lady Melania Trump Announces the Reopening of the White House Visitors Office

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump: Cutting Red Tape for American Businesses

    February 15

    Text of an article by Richard Wolf of USA Today: Former Law Clerks Herald Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch’s Independence (published February 14)

    Text of a joint readout of the President’s meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel

    February 16

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump: Putting Coal Country Back To Work

    Text of an op-ed by Sen. Charles E. Grassley for USA Today: Democrats’ Supreme Court Double Standard

    February 17

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Principal Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders

    February 19

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Principal Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders

    February 20

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump’s First Month: Achieving Results for the American People

    February 21

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    February 22

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    February 23

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    February 24

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Cuts Through More Red Tape

    Text of an article by Jay Timmons of the Washington Examiner: Trump’s Focus Brings Renewed Optimism to America’s Manufacturers

    February 26

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From Sunday’s Shows

    February 27

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House National Economic Council Director Announces Senior Staff Appointments

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Announce Special Guests for the Joint Address to Congress

    Text of an article by Anita Kumar and William Douglas of McClatchy: Trump Seeks To Outdo Obama in Backing Black Colleges

    Text of a readout of a White House listening session with leaders of Historically Black Colleges and Universities

    February 28

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Principle Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Delivers on Jobs for the American People

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump’s First 40 Days of Action: Achieving Results for the American People

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Is Delivering on Immigration Enforcement for the American People

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Inherited Many Challenges

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Is Working To Rebuild Our Nation’s Infrastructure

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Is Confronting Our Nation’s Broken Healthcare System

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Is Restoring Public Safety for All Americans

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Is Rebuilding Americas National Security

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.R. 255, H.R. 321, and H.J. Res. 40

    Excerpts of the President’s address before a joint session of the Congress

    March 1

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Text of a readout of the President’s meeting with Republican congressional leaders

    March 2

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Editorials Praise President Trump’s Joint Address

    March 3

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Principle Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders

    Text of an op-ed by Alan Tonelson for the New York Times: What Trump Gets Right on Trade (published March 2)

    March 5

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From Sunday’s Shows

    Statement by the Press Secretary on reports concerning potentially politically motivated investigations immediately ahead of the 2016 election

    March 6

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Congratulates Exxon Mobil for Job-Creating Investment Program

    March 7

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Announce Reopening of White House Public Tours

    Text of a readout of the President’s meeting with the House Republican Deputy Whip team

    March 8

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Announce 2017 White House Easter Egg Roll

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the observance of International Women’s Day

    March 9

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the 10-year anniversary of the disappearance of Robert A. Levinson in Iran

    Text of a readout of the President’s National Economic Council listening session

    March 10

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background press briefing by senior administration officials on the upcoming visit of Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump’s First 50 Days of Action: Achieving Results for the American People

    Text of an op-ed by Douglas Holtz-Eakin for the Washington Post: The American Health Care Act Is a Good Start (published March 9)

    March 12

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Top Highlights From Sunday’s Shows

    March 13

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump: Protecting Taxpayer Money

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.R. 609

    Text of a readout of the President’s listening session on health care reform

    March 14

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Text of an article by Damian Paletta of the Washington Post: Trump Budget Expected To Seek Historic Contraction of Federal Workforce (published March 12)

    March 15

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a press briefing by Office of Management and Budget Director John M. “Mick” Mulvaney previewing the President’s fiscal year 2018 budget

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Announce Additional Details for 2017 White House Easter Egg Roll

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump: Buy American and Hire American for the United States Automobile Industry

    Statement by the Press Secretary on Senate confirmation of National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster to continue service at the rank of Lieutenant General

    Text of a Wall Street Journal editorial: The Health Bill’s Fiscal Bonus (published March 14)

    March 16

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Text of a letter to the editor by Secretary of Health and Human Services Thomas E. Price in the New York Times: The Health Secretary, on the Republican Bill (published March 15)

    Statement by the Press Secretary: Happy Birthday to Mr. Ray Chavez

    March 20

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    March 21

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Signs NASA Transition Authorization Act of 2017

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed S. 442

    March 22

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House Director of Legislative Affairs Announces Legislative Affairs Staff Appointments

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House To Make Financial Disclosures Public

    Text of a readout of the President’s meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus

    Text of a Detroit News editorial: Gorsuch Turns Back Democratic Attacks

    March 23

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Text of an op-ed by Thomas Donohue for The Hill: Why Business Supports the House Republican Healthcare Plan

    Text of a joint readout of the March 20–23 consultations by senior-level U.S. and Israeli delegations

    March 24

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Delivers on Jobs for the American People

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome

    March 27

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background press briefing by senior administration officials on the President’s Executive Order titled “Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth”

    Statement by the Press Secretary: First Lady Melania Trump Announces Director of Communications

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Takes Action To Get Washington Out of the Way

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Announces the White House Office of American Innovation (OAI)

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.J. Res. 37, H.J. Res. 44, H.J. Res. 57, and H.J. Res. 58

    March 28

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump’s Energy Independence Policy

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President and First Lady Host Bipartisan Reception for Senators at the White House

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed S. 305

    March 29

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Signs an Executive Order Establishing the President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis

    Text of a Wall Street Journal editorial: Trump’s Energy Progress (published March 28)

    March 30

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Joint readout of a meeting between the President and Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen of Denmark

    March 31

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background press briefing by senior administration officials on the release of financial disclosure forms for White House staff members

    Transcript of a background press briefing by senior administration officials on the upcoming visits of President Abdelfattah Said Elsisi of Egypt and King Abdullah II of Jordan

    Statement by the Press Secretary: The Gorsuch Process: Unprecedented Access and Transparency

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump Restores Confidence in the American Economy

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.J. Res. 42, H.R. 1362, and S.J. Res. 1

    April 3

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.J. Res. 69, H.J. Res. 83, H.R. 1228, and S.J. Res. 34

    Text of a readout of the President’s meeting with President Abdelfattah Said Elsisi of Egypt

    Text of an article by Darlene Superville for the Associated Press: Bit by Bit, Trump Methodically Undoing Obama Policies

    April 4

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background briefing by senior administration officials on the visit of President Xi Jinping of China

    April 5

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer and Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short on the Congressional Review Act

    Statement from the Press Secretary on the decline in Southwest border apprehensions

    Statement from the Press Secretary on the observance of Gold Star Wives Day

    April 6

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a press briefing by Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster

    April 7

    Transcript of a press gaggle by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a press briefing by Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, Secretary of the Treasury Steven T. Mnuchin, and Secretary of Commerce Wilbur L. Ross, Jr., on the President’s meetings with President Xi Jinping of China

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Donald J. Trump Congratulates Judge Neil M. Gorsuch on His Historic Confirmation

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the President’s meetings with President Xi Jinping of China

    April 10

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    April 11

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Transcript of a background press briefing by senior administration officials on Syria

    Transcript of an on-the-record press briefing by Office of Management and Budget Director John M. “Mick” Mulvaney on a comprehensive plan for reforming the Federal Government and reducing the Federal civilian workforce

    Statement by the Press Secretary on Montenegro’s NATO accession protocol

    April 12

    Transcript of a background briefing by senior administration officials on the visit of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg

    Transcript of a background briefing by a senior administration official on the U.N. vote on Syria and China-U.S. relations

    Statement by the Press Secretary: President Trump: Creating an Efficient, Effective and Accountable Federal Government

    April 13

    Transcript of a press briefing by Press Secretary Sean M. Spicer

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.J. Res. 43

    Statement by the Press Secretary announcing that the President signed H.J. Res. 67

    April 14

    Transcript of a background press call by senior administration officials on the Vice President’s travel to South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, and Australia

    Statement by the Press Secretary: White House Commends Atlanta First Responders for Response to Interstate 85 Bridge Fire