President Obama, as well as congressional Democrats and Republicans, are trying to show the American people they take the nation’s financial health seriously. So much so, they are scrambling to reach an agreement on raising the nation’s debt ceiling — the legal limit that Congress may owe — by August 2. Of course, let’s not
Yesterday, President Obama’s first-ever presidential forum using Twitter generated substantial media buzz. However the event itself largely failed to deliver any tangible benefits, and ultimately was not an example of what social media can do to provide open and better government. Here are some observations: 1) Drew Cline of New Hampshire’s Union Leader, who helped
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