It would take over at least some of the policy development function of the White House
Kuo, the former deputy director of the White House
faith-based office, blasted the White House
for failing to live up to Bush's promises.
In other words, he's become exactly the kind of operator that plagues our intelligence apparatus: a career-obsessed bureaucrat prone to indulging the White House
even at the expense of the national interest.
In any case, the White House
image doctors got the "money shot" they were after--an image of the president, clad in a green flight suit bearing the legend "Commander-in-Chief," climbing out of a warplane that had just made a dangerous tailhook landing aboard a moving aircraft carrier.
Giusti reminds us that the White House
is more than just a physical structure: It's also a hothouse of activity, politics, and controversy.
George Washington is the only President who never lived in the White House
If any students have visited the White House
, have them describe what the experience was like.
When he left the White House
, former Communications Director Mark Gearan owed more than $100,000.
In midsummer of 1989, the White House
called on the American Forestry Association for tree information.
Treasury Secretary John Snow and Stephen Friedman, the White House
economic coordinator, are allies.
As if to prove the point, the White House
got DiIulio to disavow the allegations as soon as they became public.
James Towey, head of the White House
Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, visited the area in August to travel with Capito and present a $25,000 check to a computer-training program run from a Baptist church in the town of Kanawha.