Rise and Shine

On This Day: President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama greet Henry Healy, the President’s distant cousin, after arriving in Moneygall, Ireland, May 23, 2011 (Photo by Pete Souza)



10:30 AM CT: The President departs Chicago

1:30 EDT: Arrives White House

3:0 EDT: Signs H.R. 1209, an act to award a Congressional Gold Medal to the World War II members of the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders for conducting the bombings of Tokyo, and H.R. 685, the American Fighter Aces Congressional Gold Medal Act

3:30 EDT: The President will make a personnel announcement (see below)


Ah, memories:

And the very lovely news: the video will be in the new Barack Obama Visitor Center in Moneygall – thank you Henry Healy!

(Not sure if the video is watchable in all YouTube regions??)

Remember, if you would like to send any election/inauguration items to Henry for the Visitor Center, just email me and I’ll pass on his address – thanks a gazillion for the wonderful response so far.



USA Today: Obama’s day: A new budget director, housing secretary

President Obama pulls a Cabinet switch on Friday.

The president will nominate Shaun Donovan, now the secretary of Housing and Urban Development, to be the new director of the Office of Management and Budget.

To replace Donovan as HUD secretary, Obama will nominate San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro.

Obama will make the announcements on Friday afternoon, after he returns to the White House from Chicago. The president spent Thursday night in the Windy City after headlining a pair of Democratic fundraisers.

More here


Sun Times: Obama in Chicago: “I need a Democratic Senate” (Transcript)

At the first of two fundraisers in Chicago on Thursday, President Barack Obama told donors “I need a Democratic Senate” or else his agenda for the last two terms of his term – including immigration reform – will not succeed. Obama said he is worried about people not voting in November:

…… I need a Congress that works. And that means I need a Democratic Senate. And it would be helpful to have a Democratic House.  Now, you all know this so I’m preaching to the choir. But here’s the challenge we have: Democrats are not perfect and it turns out one of our great imperfections is we have a congenital tendency not to vote in midterm elections.

I don’t know what it is. Presidential elections, we’re all in. In 2008, you all went crazy; 2012, you still went crazy. High turnout, we’re motivated, donors are involved, people are active, folks are knocking on doors, people making phone calls.  And then the midterm comes and we fall asleep.

That cannot happen in this election because the stakes are too high. And I say this mindful that in every election somebody says how high the stakes are. But think about what’s at stake right now. Think about it.  If we do not hang on to the Senate and make gains in the House we may not get immigration reform done, which means we could have another three, four years in which we’re being deprived of talent we’re training here in the United States – they go back home and start businesses someplace else. There are Michael Polskys right now in universities that have the possibility of creating businesses here but may end up going back home because we have a broken immigration system. That’s what’s at stake.

More here



NJ.com: Obamacare enrollment drives down NJ’s uninsurance rate by 38 percent

The first look at the Affordable Care Act’s impact on New Jersey reveals the percentage of uninsured people is on track to reach its lowest level in nearly a quarter of a century, according to a new report released Thursday by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

The proportion of uninsured adults decreased 38 percent from September to early March, according to the foundation. That decline is likely to accelerate, knowing that many people waited until the last minute to beat the March 30 enrollment deadline.

“These findings suggest that uninsurance in New Jersey is at its lowest level since 1990,” according to the report produced by the foundation and the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy.

The survey results suggest that many concerns about the law — from Gov. Chris Christie hand-off approach to its implementation, to the Obama administration’s troubled launch of the HealthCare.Gov website — did not create insurmountable roadblocks.

More here



Eugene Robinson: The GOP is still swallowing the tea

What’s happening in the Republican primaries is less a defeat for the tea party than a surrender by the GOP establishment, which is winning key races by accepting the tea party’s radical anti-government philosophy.

Anyone who hopes the party has finally come to its senses will be disappointed. Republicans have pragmatically decided not to concede Senate elections by nominating eccentrics and crackpots. But in persuading the party’s activist base to come along, establishment leaders have pledged fealty to eccentric, crackpot ideas.

More here

Similarly, from Charles Pierce:

This is a mutually co-opting dynamic that is becoming smoother. The “establishment” adopts uniformly extremist policies that would have been unthinkable for a national Republican party two decades ago. The “Tea Party wing” contents itself in the knowledge that the party declines any more to nominate raving loons for election to the national legislature. My guess is that this modus vivendi will provide some empty conflict entertainment over the next two election cycles, but it all will be moon pigeons for the punditocracy to marvel at. The radical conservative philosophy has captured the infrastructure of the Republican party, root and branch, local and national. It’s just wearing shoes again now.

Full post here




Steve Benen: Why Guantanamo remains open

President Obama has received a fair amount of criticism from the left about the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay. The president vowed to close the prison, but after five years in office, it remains open.

That’s not for lack of effort. Obama has tried, repeatedly, to pursue the policy that used to enjoy bipartisan support, but Congress – including members of both parties – have placed inflexible restrictions on the administration, preventing progress. In other words, the president hasn’t closed the prison because lawmakers simply won’t let him.

Every time there’s reason to think progress is possible, Congress does what it always does…..

… There’s certainly nothing wrong with being frustrated by the detention facility remaining open, but if you’re blaming the White House, you’re pointing the finger at the wrong end of Pennsylvania Avenue.

More here



Cue Exploding Heads on the Right:

Bloomberg: Netanyahu Says Obama Got Syria Right

Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has some uncharacteristically positive words for one of U.S. President Barack Obama’s most controversial foreign policy initiatives: the deal struck last year to remove chemical weapons from Syria.

I met Netanyahu last Friday afternoon in his bunkerlike office in Jerusalem. During the course of our discussion, I asked him about the famous “red line” crisis – Obama’s last-minute decision to abort a missile strike and instead negotiate the destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile – that colors so much of foreign-policy commentary today.

Netanyahu issued what was for him a full-throated endorsement of an Obama initiative, calling it “the one ray of light in a very dark region.”

More here



Greg Sargent: On immigration, the GOP is Steve King’s party

 It’s not often that GOP Rep. Steve King says anything usefully revelatory on immigration reform. Today, however, he went on to the House floor and, in just over a minute, unmasked the truth about the Republican Party’s position on immigration — a position that House Republican leaders have tried to obscure for months.

King cited Chuck Schumer’s recent claim that the Congressman from Iowa is an “extreme outlier” on the issue. King then helpfullly pointed out that in fact, his position is indistinguishable from the Republican Party position, while deriding the Democratic position as akin to socialism…

More here



Fernando Espuelas: Boehner lies to Hispanics again

Yesterday, House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) published an orotund statement predicated on a lie, betting that Hispanic Americans are incapable of distinguishing between fact and fiction.

According to Boehner, President Obama’s recent designation of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks in New Mexico as a national monument — lands with deep historical and archeological significance to Hispanics and Native Americans — demonstrated “the president’s fondness for unilateral action [that] has created widespread doubt among the American people that he and his administration can be counted on to enforce any law he signs, particularly when it comes to securing our nation’s borders and reforming our immigration system.”

Now, to be fair, the Boehner-led House is so chaotic that it resembles more a gang of yammering ruffians than a serious legislative body. So there is a possibility, even a small chance, that Boehner doesn’t even know what is said in his name through his office’s communications office.

Even so, what is the best case scenario? Incompetence instead of deception? Rogue staff? After a litany of objectively dubious statements about immigration reform in the past, it’s hard to give Boehner the benefit of the doubt.

More here


Text of the First Lady’s remarks here


Harold Meyerson: The boost that comes from raising the minimum wage

 The standard argument — really, the only argument — against raising the minimum wage is that it will lead to job loss. The argument is beloved by die-hard opponents of raising the wage because it provides them with a veneer, however flimsy, of concern about the welfare of the working poor.

 Economic studies have repeatedly shown that argument to be spurious. Now the latest survey of 350,000 small businesses from Paychex, a payroll provider company, and IHS, a business analysis firm, provides strong indications that the exact opposite may be true.

 In April, the Paychex/IHS survey, which looks at employment in small businesses, found that the state with the highest percentage of annual job growth was Washington — the state with the highest minimum wage in the nation, $9.32 an hour. The metropolitan area with the highest percentage of annual job growth was San Francisco — the city with the highest minimum wage in the nation, at $10.74.

 This suggests that the relationship between a high minimum wage and job creation needn’t be inverse. If anything, it suggests that relationship is direct.

 More here


House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talks with President of the Harvey Milk Foundation Stuart Milk, next to U.S. Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power, after they unveiled the Harvey Milk Forever Stamp at its dedication ceremony at the White House



 Deputy Postmaster General Ronald A. Stroman, fourth from right, and others, applaud during the unveiling ceremony of the Harvey Milk Forever Stamp in the South Court Auditorium in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building.

Joining Stroman, from left are, Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of Calif., Stuart Milk, Founder and President, Harvey Milk Foundation, UN Ambassador Samantha Power, Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla. On the day he would have turned 84 years old, Harvey Milk, the San Francisco supervisor and gay activist gunned down at City Hall in 1978, had a postal stamp in his honor unveiled at the White House




Michael Tomasky: The Roots of the GOP’s Race Problem

Thursday is the 50th anniversary of the Great Society and the civil rights push. But if conservative hero Barry Goldwater had had his way, government would have stayed out of it.

…. I like the way today’s conservatives rush to point out, as they will in this comment thread, that most of the opposition to the civil rights bill was Democratic, as I noted above. There’s no denying that. But the more relevant point for today is this: Over the next few years, those people left the Democratic Party. They knew there was no place for them there.

In today’s GOP, however, the successors to the Richard Russells and Harry Byrds have been welcomed with open arms. And Barry Goldwater is not merely one guy among many guys they kind of like from the past. He is conservatism’s great hero! And 1964 is thought of as a shining moment in their movement’s history! And here we are, 50 years later, with the Republican Party looking as if it just might nominate for president a guy (Rand Paul) who once admitted that he’d have opposed the Civil Rights Act and basically was still against it (and Paul is one of the better Republicans on race!). Half a century, and society has changed for the better in amazing ways. But one of our two parties is still dedicated to fighting it.

Full post here


Three Years Ago Today

Arriving in Dublin, May 23, 2011

 President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama talk with Irish President Mary McAleese and Dr. Martin McAleese during a courtesy call in the Drawing Room at the President’s residence in Dublin, Ireland, May 23, 2011 (Photo by Pete Souza)

President Obama holds a hurley as Taoiseach Enda Kenny looks on

Arriving in Moneygall (Photo by Pete Souza)

 First Lady Michelle Obama greets local residents on Main Street in Moneygall (Photo by Pete Souza)

President Obama greets local residents in Moneygall (Photo by Pete Souza)

President Obama poses for a photograph with a young girl during a walk along Main Street in Moneygall (Photo by Pete Souza)

President Obama watches as First Lady Michelle Obama draws a pint at Ollie Hayes’ Pub in Moneygall (Photo by Pete Souza)

 President Obama embraces Liz Sherwood-Randall, Senior Director for European Affairs, at College Green in Dublin, Ireland, May 23, 2011. Sherwood-Randall was blown over by strong winds earlier in the day and injured her wrist (Photo by Pete Souza)

Thousands of people gather at College Green in Dublin, Ireland, to welcome President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, May 23, 2011 (Photo by Lawrence Jackson)

People cheer as President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are introduced during an Irish celebration at College Green in Dublin (Photo by Pete Souza)

President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama leave the stage with Taoiseach Enda Kenny and his wife, Fionnuala Kenny, at College Green in Dublin (Photo by Pete Souza)

 President Obama greets a little girl following his remarks at College Green in Dublin (Photo by Pete Souza)


113 Responses to “Rise and Shine”

  1. 1 desertflower
    May 23, 2014 at 10:16 am

    Fabulous R/S!

  2. May 23, 2014 at 10:19 am

    Good morning! Lovely day outside 🙂

  3. May 23, 2014 at 10:22 am

    Good morning, Chips, Danny, NW and TODville. FABULOUS Rise & Shine!

    Thanks for highlight so much good news.

    May 23, 2014 at 10:22 am


  5. 12 donna dem 4 obama
    May 23, 2014 at 10:27 am

    I’ll never forget this debate. He had Ryan shaking in his seat. Ya gotta love our Joe!

    • 13 desertflower
      May 23, 2014 at 10:30 am

      I remember seeing that as it happened and thinking, POW! Right in the kisser! That was truth on steroids…so glad that Joe pointed that out with passion and conviction. Those GOP liars can’t handle the truth! Worse, they think that people are idiots…that alone makes me detest them.

  6. 14 mtmarilyn
    May 23, 2014 at 10:34 am

    Good morning TODville! What a way to start the morning. Everytime I watch the video of that morning I cry. What a day that was. It was so special to be able to watch it here with this family and to share the joy of the day.

    Way to go DF, on first! Hope you have a great day.

    Love the R&S! So much news.

    • 15 Desertflower
      May 23, 2014 at 10:44 am

      Hi, Marilyn:) last work day for me before summer break … Slow to drag my carcass into school today, but it’ a great day here . Hello to you and the family !

  7. 16 japa21
    May 23, 2014 at 10:36 am

    There is just something about Irish women…sigh.

  8. 20 hopefruit2
    May 23, 2014 at 10:38 am

    • 22 Ladyhawke
      May 23, 2014 at 10:50 am

      What? He didn’t say how many stripes of bacon.

    • 23 GGail
      May 23, 2014 at 10:57 am

      Poor Mark

      He’s gonna be so lost when President Obama leaves office. Hahahaha

    • 24 Linda
      May 23, 2014 at 11:00 am

      how pathetic

    • 25 dotster3
      May 23, 2014 at 11:10 am

      Knoller is On Duty! Food watch—–vicariously—–24/7. Think he missed his calling—-should have been in the restaurant biz.

      • 26 hopefruit2
        May 23, 2014 at 11:16 am

        Indeed. I think he fantasizes that he himself is eating whatever he tweets the President is eating. I recall one time when he spent about half a day tweeting that the President had tried some new sausage…can’t remember the name. It was quite hilarious to see Knoller carry on ad nauseaum about that sausage. LOL! 🙂

    • 27 anniebella
      May 23, 2014 at 11:38 am

      That breakfast don’t sound to healthy, but I’m sure POTUS doesn’t eat that way all the time, plus he exercise. He is not like Rush Limbaugh were the only thing that gets any exercise on him is that big racists mouth.

  9. 30 amk for obama
    May 23, 2014 at 10:40 am

    irish do play some weird games. hurley what?

  10. May 23, 2014 at 10:40 am

    POTUS is out and having breakfast!!

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  13. 44 Nerdy Wonka
    May 23, 2014 at 10:47 am

    So much great stuff, Chiparoo. Looooooove the trip down memory lane.


  14. 46 amk for obama
    May 23, 2014 at 10:47 am

    Labor & ukip are the winners whole cons & libdems are losers in UK council elections.

    Councils Seats
    Party /Total /Change +/- Total Change +/-
    lab 65 +5 1328 +220
    con 32 -10 998 -178
    ld 6 -2 360 -205
    ukip 0 0 138 +136
    grn 0 0 25 +13
    oth 0 0 79 +15
    noc 24 +7 N/A N/A


  15. 47 hopefruit2
    May 23, 2014 at 10:47 am

  16. 52 Nerdy Wonka
    May 23, 2014 at 10:49 am


  17. 58 Nerdy Wonka
    May 23, 2014 at 10:52 am

  18. 60 GGail
    May 23, 2014 at 10:52 am

    This is like going down memory lane. It’s bringing tears of happiness and love to my eyes here at work.

    POTUS is speaking the truth in that Chicago Sun article. Hopefully it will motivate those who heard his speech and reads the article. This midterm is as important as the two major elections that put President Obama in office. He needs a supportive team in in order to get the job done.

  19. 61 hopefruit2
    May 23, 2014 at 11:01 am

    If we have a President O’Malley, I guess he will be making a trip to Ireland (and Moneygall) as well….Wouldn’t that be the coolest thing?

  20. 62 yardarm756
    May 23, 2014 at 11:02 am

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  24. 78 Nena20409
    May 23, 2014 at 11:30 am


    Sources tell TMZ that Donald Sterling has ceded control of the Los Angeles Clippers to his “estranged” wife, Shelly Sterling, so she can negotiate the sale of the team on her terms (and presumably get the most money for the sale).

    According to them, Sterling, whose recent gaffes in an Anderson Cooper interview collided with a new NBA report alleging that he attempted to cover up the infamous recording with his mistress, “saw the handwriting on the wall.” By giving control of the team to his wife, the NBA would be unable to force an involuntary sale of the Clippers franchise, as Commissioner Adam Silver had threatened to do.

    “We’re told Shelly realizes the NBA wants the team sold, but she has significantly more leverage and credibility with the league than Donald,” they wrote. “Her end game is simple — she won’t object to the sale, but SHE wants to call the shots.”

    From TMZ and they have Gotten this Sterling story correct.

    • 79 GGail
      May 23, 2014 at 11:55 am

      This is all incorrect.

      Shelly’s signature is not on the contract, therefore Donald is the only Owner. He cannot cede control over to her.


  25. 80 Nena20409
    May 23, 2014 at 11:33 am

    Morning. Afternoon. Evening. TODable TOD Village.
    What a Newsy Filled R&S. Thanks.
    Congrats to all those with the Golden Medals starting with R&S and 2/3 posts down.

  26. 81 hopefruit2
    May 23, 2014 at 11:35 am

    Everyone loves when this President is out and about. Not just O’bots. Twitter gets excited…the local newscasts get excited…even Mark “count” Knoller gets excited… Whether positive or negative, everyone has to make a comment and get their 2c in about what this President is doing/eating/saying on an ordinary day out. After 2017, the void will be felt, and it will be deep.

    • 83 JER
      May 23, 2014 at 11:45 am

    • 85 Nena20409
      May 23, 2014 at 11:46 am

      How did the beacon 😳 suddenly covered the whole plate? Hmm?

      I smell a photoshop trickery 😉 ?

    • 87 Nena20409
      May 23, 2014 at 11:47 am

      Calling on the Von Count Knoller to count the number of bacon on that POTUS’ plate 🙂

    • 88 anniebella
      May 23, 2014 at 11:52 am

      Come on now POTUS, that is to darn much bacon. You might as well eat the whole darn pig. 🙂

      • 89 anniebella
        May 23, 2014 at 11:54 am

        Including the pig feets

      • 90 hopefruit2
        May 23, 2014 at 11:55 am

        It’s a universal truth that men love bacon. Any guy who claims otherwise is lying. Lovelyplains said that he is vegetarian…BUT…I’m sure even he indulges in vegan bacon every now and again…

        • 91 anniebella
          May 23, 2014 at 12:08 pm

          Believe me, men aren’t the only one who love bacon. I’ve tried turkey bacon, but it doesn’t compare with pork bacon.

          • 92 anniebella
            May 23, 2014 at 12:15 pm

            I’m joking about POTUS breakfast, but it does look good, with a glass of orange juice. Yum, yum. One more thing, didn’t POTUS and VP Biden go out to some hamburger place the other day? When is the last time POTUS had his yearly physical? How is his cholesterol ?

  27. May 23, 2014 at 11:41 am

    President Obama To Introduce History’s ‘The World Wars’

    President Obama will introduce night one of History’s six-part event series The World Wars. It will air on three consecutive nights on History and H2 beginning Memorial Day Monday at 9 PM. Jeremy Renner will narrate the project, which showcases the 30-year period from 1914 to 1945…..


  28. 99 JER
    May 23, 2014 at 11:44 am

    • 100 hopefruit2
      May 23, 2014 at 11:46 am

      Hey people…put the damn cellphones down for 2 seconds and greet the President properly – as someone once said on Twitter some time ago. 🙂 🙂

  29. 101 JER
    May 23, 2014 at 11:46 am

  30. 103 Vicki
    May 23, 2014 at 11:47 am

    I know there has been controversy about ta-Nehisi Coates, but the article on Reparations that Chips posted above is riveting. Even if you think you know a lot about the ugly history of the USA you will probably still learn more.

    Larry Wilmore who will be replacing Steven Colbert next year covered some of this ground beautifully when he explained to He Who Will No Longer Be Named that the housing sub-prime crisis of 2008 was a black tragedy. Larry made his points humorously, but he did make his points.

    Again on HWWNLBN, it is entirely fitting and wonderful that Steven moves to a nationwide non-cable Major network next year after winning the Emmy and the Nameless One is still where he was 10 years ago.

  31. 104 hopefruit2
    May 23, 2014 at 11:51 am

    ROTFL..this photo-shopped bacon and the caption is hilarious!! 🙂 🙂


  32. 107 amk for obama
    May 23, 2014 at 11:53 am

  33. 108 Nena20409
    May 23, 2014 at 11:54 am


    The police report, obtained by the Minneapolis Star Tribune, laid out the details of Jarrett’s arrest. A grill employee told police Jarrett appeared “very intoxicated” after she served him one drink, while a man who was speaking with Jarrett told officers that the newsman had taken some medication.

    Jarrett did not tell police that he had taken any medication recently, according to the report, but he did admit that he had been drinking vodka since 9 a.m. The report described Jarrett as “very unsteady” and as having difficulty answering any questions about either his drinking or medication.

    An officer later found three Gabapentin pills in Jarrett’s pockets, according to the report. Gabapentin is a painkiller that can cause drowsiness and confusion and does not mix well with alcohol. An officer’s search of Jarrett’s bag also turned up documentation that the newsman had just been released from an alcohol and chemical dependency treatment facility.


    was fresh out of rehab.

  34. 109 amk for obama
    May 23, 2014 at 11:56 am

  35. 110 HZ
    May 23, 2014 at 11:57 am

    Good Morning/Afternoon my Chips and TOD family. This is a beautiful R&S, Chips. This is one of my favorites of our POTUS and FLOTUS. There is so much love and beautiful spirits of goodness there. I love the music in this video. It always brings the water-works gushing. Just to see them there and to think of the beautiful people enjoying this president, just makes it so beautiful. Thanks so much for starting this Friday off with this love packed and truth packed news, Chips.

    I have been in bed for a while, but not to worry, I will continue to get stronger because we have much work to get done in the coming months. Serious work. However, we will do what it takes, and we will move with urgency to help our beloved president in these last two years of his presidency. We really must do our best.

    Chips, lots of loving hugs to you, my special angel. Lots of loving hugs to my Danny. And Chips, thanks so much for this great haven of sweetness, support for POB, deep respect for him and his administration, and all of the brilliant minds contributing to it. Thank you, thank you, my dear beautiful angel.

    I would love to have that delicious looking breakfast that our fine president is having. When I saw it, I knew that I was feeling better. So tempted to slip out and try to get some bacon. But my brother will be checking in on me in another hour, so I need to be able to keep the facts clear and truthful. He has that way of knowing if I cheating on the foods. Oh, but that bacon looks so good. Lord have mercy. I know, maybe I am beginning to sound like our friend Mark K. Oh, no. Oh, no.

    Be good to your spaces and fill them up with so much love, grace, peacefulness, lovely thoughts, tough moves, and joyful attitudes. Life is so precious in these days and times. Enjoy your space. I love you all so dearly. {{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{ Lots of loving hugs to our TOD family members who are wrestling with medical issues. Be strong and be blessed.}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}HZ

  36. 112 hopefruit2
    May 23, 2014 at 12:02 pm

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