The White House announced Wednesday that President Barack Obama will welcome President Thein Sein of Myanmar next week. It's a historic visit, part of a gradual patching-up of relations after decades of tension and U.S. economic sanctions.
Obama himself became the first sitting president to visit Myanmar in November 2012. But there's one catch: According to the State Department and the CIA, there's doesn't seem to be any such country. According to those agencies, Thein Sein leads "Burma."
did the worst in this bounce from the bottom. O% intrest rates and the money tree flooding the markets should help the markets more given we have too much money chasing few stocks. It has to go somewhere i guess. When do you think it ends?
that crystal ball seems to be broken bro...I guess I would be mad about nothing if I my fourtune teller that told me I did not own goog. get lost dyyyp shyyyt.
During the time the IRS was harassing conservative groups, Obamas half-brother was granted tax exempt status for a group he ran illegally for years. He was also granted RETROACTIVE tax exempt status back to 2008, which is almost unheard of. This means he received money from the treasury for past years taxes paid, even though his group was not tax exempt at that time.
Last week, Lois Lerner, who leads IRS oversight of tax-exempt groups, issued an apology admitting that it had unfairly targeted conservative political groups during the 2012 election.