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President Bush meets with President Sejdiu and Prime Minister Thaci of the Republic of Kosovo PRESIDENT BUSH: It has been an honor to welcome the President and Prime Minister of an independent Kosovo to the Oval Office. I'm proud you all are here. I welcome you. I'm a strong supporter of Kosovo's independence. I'm against any partition of Kosovo. I believe strongly that the ed Nations mission must be transferred to the EU as quickly as possible. I want to thank you very much for your support of minority rights, the full implementation of the Ahtisaari plan.We discussed a variety of issues. We discussed the problems that Kosovo faces, its desire to be recognized by more nations around the world. I pledged that the ed States would continue to work with those nations that have not recognized an independent Kosovo to convince them to do so as quickly as possible.We talked about economics, education. And we talked about the transatlantic aspirations of both Kosovo and Serbia, which the ed States supports in both cases.I mentioned to both these leaders that they were sitting right below the portrait of George Washington, the founder of a free ed States. And I appreciate your courage. I appreciate your leadership. And I commit the ed States to help you realize your dreams. Welcome.PRESIDENT SEJDIU: (As translated.) It's an extraordinary occasion for us to be received by President Bush to convey to him all of the aspirations and all the thanks of the Kosovo people -- heartfelt thanks.The Kosovo people have been following democracy, the principles of democracy and freedom. And the ed States are -- they're our supporters. We guaranteed President Bush that we will continue on this road, and at the same time to implement the Ahtisaari document.Kosovo will be a country of democracy, a country of all its citizens. It will have a special respect for the minorities. We are very much interested to have good relations with the Republic of Serbia. Our progress will be with the integration of NATO and the EU.Again, my heartfelt thanks, and God bless America.PRESIDENT BUSH: Thank you, sir. Prime Minister?PRIME MINISTER THACI: (As translated.) Today's meeting with President Bush not only reiterates the fact that we are closely connected with the ed States, but will always be their trustful friend, forever.We have always trusted the ed States and trusted the development of our country and that it will be to the benefit of the international development.The Kosovo government and the Kosovo people will always bow in deep respect for the ed States and for the U.S. administration. It is a joint success story. We are building a democratic Kosovo, affirmative action for the minorities. We'll develop economic -- Kosovo economically. We'll have excellent relations with all our neighbors, and in the future with Serbia.As a sovereign and democratic country we want to be part of NATO and part of the EU and have excellent relations with the ed States. This is our pledge, this is our responsibility, this is our vision.Thank you very much.PRESIDENT BUSH: Yes, sir. Thank you, guys.200807/44593。

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How To Get the President to Speak at Your GraduationAt the beginning of the school year, the President encouraged students to take responsibility for their education, study hard and graduate from high school. That’s why the President and I are proud to announce the Race to the Top High School Commencement challenge. The challenge encourages schools to show how they are making great strides on personal responsibility, academic excellence and college iness. In your application, tell us why your school is special and why it should be a model for other schools around the country.Download Video: mp4 (40MB) | mp3 (1MB) Following the application deadline, six finalists will be selected by the White House and Department of Education. These schools will then be featured on the White House website and the public will have an opportunity to vote for the three schools they think best meet the President’s goal. The President will select a national winner from these three finalists and visit the winning high school to deliver the commencement address to the class of 2010.Applications must be submitted no later than Monday, March 15th at 11:59 pm EST. Learn more about the challenge at www.WhiteHouse.gov/Commencement. You can also check out our facebook page at Facebook.com/racetothetop.201002/97060。

Hi, everybody. Earlier this week, I spent some time with the hardworking men and women of the American auto industry, who are busy writing a new chapter in Americarsquo;s story.Just a few years ago, their industry was shedding hundreds of thousands of jobs. Two of the Big Three ndash; GM and Chrysler ndash; were on the brink of failure. If we had let this great American industry collapse ndash; if we had let Detroit go bankrupt ndash; more than one million Americans would have lost their jobs in the middle of the worst recession since the Great Depression.I refused to let that happen. These jobs are worth more than just a paycheck ndash; theyrsquo;re a source of pride and a ticket to the middle class. These companies are worth more than just the cars they build ndash; theyrsquo;re a symbol of American innovation and a source of our manufacturing might.So in exchange for help, we demanded responsibility. We got the companies to retool and restructure. Everyone sacrificed. And three years later, the American auto industry is back.Today, GM is the number one automaker in the world. Chrysler is growing faster in America than any other car company. Ford is investing billions in American plants and factories, and plans to bring thousands of jobs back home. All told, the entire industry has added more than 200,000 new jobs over the past two and a half years.And theyrsquo;re not just building cars again ndash; theyrsquo;re building better cars. Thanks to new fuel efficiency standards we put in place, theyrsquo;re building cars that will average nearly 55 miles per gallon by the middle of the next decade. Thatrsquo;s almost double what they get today. That means folks will be able to fill up every two weeks instead of every week, saving the typical family more than ,000 at the pump over time. Thatrsquo;s a big deal, especially as families are yet again feeling the pinch from rising gas prices.So whatrsquo;s happening in Detroit will make a difference. But it wonrsquo;t solve everything. Therersquo;s no silver bullet for avoiding spikes in gas prices every year. Therersquo;s no shortcut to taking control of our energy future. We have to pursue an all-of-the-above strategy that helps develop every source of American energy. And we have to do it now.The good news is, wersquo;ve been making progress. Take a look at this chart. Six years ago, 60% of the oil we used was imported. Since I took office, Americarsquo;s dependence on foreign oil has decreased every single year. In fact, in 2010, for the first time in thirteen years, less than half the petroleum we consumed was imported. Part of that is because wersquo;re producing more oil here at home than at any time in the last eight years.But we canrsquo;t just drill our way out of this problem. While we consume 20 percent of the worldrsquo;s oil, we only have 2 percent of the worldrsquo;s oil reserves. Wersquo;ve got to develop new technology that will help us use new forms of energy. Thatrsquo;s been a priority of mine as President. And because of the investments wersquo;ve made, our use of clean, renewable energy has nearly doubled ndash; and thousands of Americans have jobs because of it.Now we need to keep at it. And to do that, we need to make the right choices.Herersquo;s one we can make right now. Every year, billion of your tax dollars go to subsidizing the oil industry. These are the same companies making record profits ndash; tens of billions of dollars a year. I donrsquo;t think oil companies need more corporate welfare. Congress should end this taxpayer giveaway. If you agree with me, Irsquo;m asking you to e-mail, call, or Tweet your representative. Tell them to stop fighting for oil companies. Tell them to start fighting for working families. Tell them to fight for the clean energy future thatrsquo;s within our reach. Because the sooner we all get started, the sooner wersquo;ll get there together. Thanks and have a great weekend.201203/173505。

x;x6FwpQA1EbmVQg#q#^hI+RFiqENor is their power confined to the substantive. A raised eyebrow, an inflection of the voice, acaustic remark dropped in the middle of a broadcast can raise doubts in a million minds about the veracity of a public official or the wisdom of a Government policy. One Federal Communications Commissioner considers the powers of the networks equal to that of local, state, and Federal Governments all combined. Certainly it represents a concentration of power over American public opinion unknown in history.The American people would rightly not tolerate this concentration of power in Government. Is it not fair and relevant to question its concentration in the hands of a tiny, enclosed fraternity of privileged men elected by no one and enjoying a monopolysanctioned and licensed by Government?The views of the majority of this fraternity do not -- and I repeat, not -- represent the views of America. Now I want to make myself perfectly clear. Im not asking for Government censorship or any other kind of censorship. I am asking whether a form of censorship aly exists when the news that 40 million Americans receive each night is determined by a handful of men responsible only to their corporate employers and is filtered through a handful of commentators who admit to their own set of biases.ziE9TkEN3d2E#E-P8Oyp4]vM-aeZuobM@#piQ4i;1bsJSxk~*201202/171602。

THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. One of the most important jobs of any President is to find good men and women to lead government agencies, preside over our courts, and provide vital services to the American people. So I have nominated talented individuals for these positions. Unfortunately, the Senate is not meeting its responsibility to consider these nominees in a timely manner. More than 180 of my nominees are waiting for confirmation. Some have been waiting for more than a year. As a result, careers have been put on hold, families have been placed in limbo, and our government has been deprived of the service of these fine nominees. On Thursday I stood with many of these nominees at the White House. They are decent and talented people. The Senate needs to confirm them to address important issues, from the economy to public safety to national security. One of the most important institutions for America's economy is the Federal Reserve. The Fed decides monetary policy, and it sets key interest rates that have an impact on homeowners and businesses across our country. Yet the Senate has been delaying three of my nominations to the Fed for nearly 9 months. My nominees have valuable experience and skills, and I urge the Senate to confirm them as soon as possible. Another important institution is the Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA plays a vital role in keeping you safe when you fly. In October I nominated Bobby Sturgell to lead the FAA. Bobby has nearly 20 years of cockpit experience from his time as a Navy fighter pilot, Top Gun instructor, and commercial airline pilot. He's committed to addressing problems that have caused airline delays, and I urge senators to put politics aside and confirm him to office. In this time of war, we need a strong Department of Justice. Yet the Senate has not voted on nominations for seven senior leadership positions at the department. One of those vacancies is for Deputy Attorney General. The Deputy Attorney General helps lead efforts to detect and prevent terrorist attacks at home. I've selected an outstanding nominee for this position: Judge Mark Filip. This former prosecutor has earned a reputation for being fair-minded and dedicated. Several years ago the Senate confirmed him unanimously for a lifetime position on the Federal bench. Now I ask senators to confirm him once again so he can help keep our nation safe. As senators confirm these nominees, they must also confirm judges to the Federal bench. I have nominated highly qualified individuals who will rule by the letter of the law, not the whim of the gavel. Unfortunately, the Senate continues to delay votes for 28 of my judicial nominees. Three of my nominees for the Court of Appeals have waited nearly 600 days. These delays are irresponsible, they undermine the cause of justice, and I call on the ed States Senate to give these nominees the up or down vote they deserve. When men and women agree to serve in public office, we should treat them with respect and dignity, and that means giving them a prompt confirmation vote. When the Senate fails to give nominees a timely vote, it leaves important positions in our government vacant, and it makes it harder for Presidents of both parties to attract good men and women to serve in these vital posts. By working together, Republicans and Democrats can chart a better course. We can bring every nomination to the floor for a vote, and give the American people the kind of public servants they deserve. Thank you for listening. 200806/40922。

THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. This weekend marks the beginning of August, the month when many Americans take their summer vacation. This year, however, the high price of gas is taking a toll on summer travelers. Congress is now taking a month-long recess of its own. Unfortunately, Democratic leaders are leaving town without taking any action to ease the burden of high gas prices on families across America.The fundamental source of high gas prices is the fact that supply is not keeping pace with demand. To reduce pressure on prices, we need to increase the supply of oil, especially oil produced here at home. So in June, I called on Congress to lift the legislative ban that prevents offshore exploration of parts of the Outer Continental Shelf, or OCS. But the leaders of the Democratic Congress have refused to allow a vote. Lifting the ban on this offshore exploration would benefit our economy in two important ways.First, lifting the ban would allow our Nation to take advantage of a large and reliable source of domestic oil. Experts believe that these restricted areas could eventually produce about 18 billion barrels of oil. That's almost 10 years worth of America's current oil production.Second, lifting the ban would create new opportunities for American workers and businesses. On Tuesday, I visited the Lincoln Electric Company in Cleveland, Ohio, a business that produces welding products used for offshore exploration. If Congress were to permit this exploration, it would mean new jobs at businesses like Lincoln Electric. American drivers are counting on Congress to lift the ban on offshore exploration, and so are American workers.Bringing these resources online will take time, and that means that the need for congressional action is urgent. I've lifted the executive restrictions on offshore exploration. This means that the only thing now standing between the American people and these vast oil resources is the ed States Congress. The sooner Congress lifts the ban, the sooner we can get this oil from beneath the ocean floor to your gas tank.We also need to take other essential steps to strengthen domestic oil production. Congress needs to pass legislation that allows us to tap the extraordinary potential of oil shale, permits exploration in currently restricted areas of northern Alaska, and enables the expansion of America's domestic refining capacity.It appears that the leaders of the Democratically-controlled Congress will let the entire summer pass without voting on any of these vital steps to help reduce pressure on gas prices. This failure to act is unacceptable to me and unacceptable to the American people. So when they return from their summer break, Democratic leaders should show that they've heard the frustration of the American people by allowing a vote on offshore exploration. If Congress does not act, they will owe families across America an explanation for why they're ignoring their concerns.I know that high energy prices are making this a difficult time for many of our citizens, but it is important to remember that these high prices were not inevitable. They are partially the result of policy choices that have been made over the years by the ed States Congress. Now Congress has an opportunity to begin reversing that damage. By opening up new resources at home we can help bring energy costs down. And that will help ensure that our economy remains the strongest, most vibrant, and most hopeful in the world.Thank you for listening.200808/45857。