Too Little Too Late, President Obama Hints at A Smaller Fiscal Cliff Deal on Last Day of 2012

By David Li, In the afternoon of Dec. 31, 2012, President Obama held a news conference in the White House. Obama told reporters that a deal that would prevent taxes going up for 98% of Americans on Jan. 1, 2013 is “within sight” while also stayed that he would have preferred a larger deal […]

A Message from President Obama about Your Petition on Reducing Gun Violence

A Message from President Obama about Your Petition on Reducing Gun Violence By Bruce Reed, Chief of Staff to Vice President BidenIn the days since the tragedy in Newtown, Americans from all over the country have called for action to deter mass shootings and reduce gun violence. Hundreds of thousands of you have signed petitions […]

Major Changes in Gov. Patrick’s Cabinet Were Announced

BOSTON – Thursday, December 13, 2012 – Continuing his efforts to recruit top talent to state government, Governor Deval Patrick today announced the appointment of four highly-regarded leaders from the worlds of finance, education, health care and public safety to positions in his Cabinet. The Governor also commended outgoing Secretaries Jay Gonzalez, Paul Reville, JudyAnn […]

President Obama on the Shooting in Connecticut

Friday, December 14, 2012 President Obama on the Shooting in ConnecticutThis afternoon, President Obama made a statement from the Briefing Room on the shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut. Watch the video at: Youtube President Obama’s Remarks Read President Obama’s full remarks: This afternoon, I spoke with Governor Malloy and FBI Director Mueller. I […]

His Campaign Saved by Superstorm Sandy, Obama Is Urged to Take Bold Action on Climate Change

Exit polls by CBS News reveal that the fossil-fueled Superstorm Sandy, and President Obama’s response, was a crucial factor for two in five voters nationwide. Twenty-six percent of those polled said Obama’s broadly praised response was an important factor, and 15 percent — about one in six voters — said it was the most important […]

Boston’s Chinese Community Thanks Senator Brown for Senate’s Apology for Chinese Exclusion Act

By David Li, In the evening of October 20, 2012, about 300 Chinese People of Greater Boston and New England held an appreciation party for Senator Scott Brown at Empire Garden restaurant. They thanked Senator Brown’s contribution in passing resolution S.Res.201 – A resolution expressing the regret of the Senate for the passage of […]

Facing a Weak Economy, Both Candicates Are Tough on China

(from China-bashing is fiercer in the 2012 US presidential election than any previous election campaign, with both the Republican and the Democratic candidates attacking China, observers said. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama wave to the audience during the first presidential debate at the University of Denver in Colorado on Oct 3. Charlie Neibergall […]