Sunday, September 11
September 16th, 2011
04:59 PM ET

Week in Review

The week began with a somber note as President Obama marked the 10-year anniversary of the September 11 attacks in all three locations where Americans were killed that day. The rest of the week saw the president travel to two swing states to sell his jobs plan, award the Medal of Honor to a former marine, and sign a bill that reforms that patent approval process.


Topics: President Obama

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  1. Ed Bussert

    Folks, welcome to my soap box.
    Would you rather a gas pipeline, or a line at the un-employment office?
    Would you rather see private industry spend their money, or have the Government spend your money?
    Would you rather see the taxes paid by private industry go to our schools, police and fire or would you prefer nonprofits and government jobs that don’t produce anything? Mr. Obama I live in XXXX Oregon, we have a Co. called Oregon LNG that wants to spend 1.3 billiion dollers of their own money here. They have spent over 30 million dollers and 6 years trying to get it done and have yet turned a shovel of dirt. Mr. President use the "Stossel Rule" Help us help them, help us.

    September 18, 2011 at 4:46 am |