Mrs. O Surprises Teen on Tour of White House With a Mother’s Love

Mrs. O Surprises Teen on Tour of White House With a Mother's Love

On Thursday morning First Lady Michelle Obama surprised White House visitors taking a tour with a quick ‘meet and greet.’

The surprise event with the Mrs. O was broadcasted live on and it offered a glimpse of what the First Lady is like when she’s not in front of studio cameras. (For example, who knew Mrs. O knows what Ugg boots are!? And that she’ll compliment you for wearing them!)

There were a dozen or two people who met the First lady and it was mostly quick 30-second small-talk chats. However, the last three visitors included a teen girl who got a special White House lesson from the Mrs. Obama:

“Do well in school, eat your vegetables, listen to your teachers, stay out of trouble, read, listen to your parents.”

Let that be your mantra for 2012. 

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Deal Reached to Allow Drug Testing for Jobless Benefits

Deal Reached to Allow Drug Testing for Jobless Benefits

House and Senate negotiators yesterday said they’d come to an agreement on a deal to extend the payroll tax cut and extend expanded unemployment benefits for the long term unemployed for the rest of the year. The agreement proposes to avoid a painful repeat of December’s fight over the programs and suggests that Republican obstructionism may be in a moment of retreat. But the plan, which could still be derailed when it comes up for a vote, also includes a set of important attacks on the programs integrity.

The agreement would begin a process of retracting the extended benefit program for the jobless and allow states to test applicants to the program for drug use.

One provision would allow states to refuse unemployment benefits to applicants who fail drug tests when applying for jobs in fields that already require drug tests. The drug testing provision is a scaled back version of a more draconian plan that was included in earlier iterations of the bill that would have required drug testing for all benefit applicants. But, while the provision is weaker and may be primarily a face saving maneuver by Republicans who were unable to get agreement on a number of their most significant cuts, it’s nonetheless a significant victory for conservatives who seek to chop away at the reach of the safety net.

The provision will disproportionately impact low-wage workers who are both more likely to be unemployed and more likely to apply for jobs that require drug testing. It may be vulnerable to constitutional challenges if states actually implement these sorts of policies: many advocates argue that the imposing drug tests on the benefit program violates the 4th amendment protection against unreasonable search ans seizure. As I wrote earlier this week:

In May, Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill requiring applicants to the state’s welfare program to urinate in a cup before being approved for the program. Just five months after the bill’s passage, a court blocked the law, finding it a violation of the constitutional protection against unreasonable search and seizure. If other states succeed in passing legislation they’re likely to face similar constitutional challenges, though state legislators may craft their bills to avoid the Fourth Amendment pitfalls.

In addition to restricting unemployed folk’s access to the program, the provision also significantly stigmatizes the unemployed. Though there are no signs that benefit applicants are likely to be drug users—indeed there are plenty of indications that that idea is an ideological fallacy—its inclusion will no doubt be followed by a growing number of state-based efforts to pass bills restricting access to the jobless program. It’s not clear if applicants will be responsible paying for their own drug tests. If that is the case, applying for benefits could become prohibitive for many.

The other significant piece of the agreement announced yesterday is that after 10 extensions of the expanded unemployment insurance program, this begins a process of the program’s retraction. If passed, the duration of jobless benefit receipt would fall from a maximum of 99 weeks to a maximum of 73 weeks in the next year. This would hit the long term unemployed as soon at it begins taking effect in the Spring and as time goes on, more and more will fall off the end of benefits.

The implication of the retraction is clear: Congress believes that economic suffering is now on it’s way to an end. Of course, suffering is not over. Unemployment is still high and folks who have been unemployed for long periods are even less likely to find new jobs than the recently jobless. This is especially true for black workers who face disproportionate long term unemployment.

Everyone Stopped Tweeting During Jennifer Hudson’s Whitney Houston Tribute

jenifer-hudson-grammys.jpgThe Grammys live telecast on Sunday set Twitter records for the number of tweets the show—except during Jennifer Hudson’s tribute to Whitney Houston.

At the height of the live broadcast there were 10,901 tweets per second, according to Twitter, just a few thousand below the Super Bowl’s new record of 12,233 tweets per second during the big game.

But Hudson’s tribute was so moving that the tweets stopped immediately when she took the stage.

More from AdAge: 

“Once Jennifer hit the stage, all traffic came to a complete stop. People stopped talking and they listened,” said Beverly Jackson, director of marketing and social media for the Recording Academy, at a Social Media Week panel Wednesday in New York. Talk around the tribute, she added, while diverse, was mostly positive, with 81% favorable sentiment. Social-marketing company Mass Relevance helped tally the numbers.

Following Ms. Hudson’s performance, engagement ramped back up and capped at 3.9 million explicit #Grammy mentions. The broadcast probably got a viewer boost because of Ms. Houston’s untimely death, but the night belonged to Adele, who dominated Grammy wins (six) and the conversation with 2.5 million mentions — 500% more than any other artist, said Ms. Jackson. (Rihanna, Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj and Ms. Houston round out the top five.)

Florida’s Parent Trigger Bill Heads to the Floor

Florida's Parent Trigger Bill Heads to the Floor

The enormously popular and yet controversial parent trigger law is on the move in Florida. The House Education Committee approved the state’s Parent Empowerment Act with an 11-6 vote today, the Miami Herald reported. The bill’s next stop is the House floor.

The bill would allow parents with kids enrolled in a school with poor test scores to file a petition to restructure their children’s school. Rep. Michael Bileca, a Republican from Miami, was unable to win Democratic support; the vote fell along party lines. Florida Gov. Rick Scott has already expressed his support for the bill.

Parent trigger laws are relatively new, but are quickly being adopted by school reformers across the country. Since California passed its parent trigger in 2010, three other states—Mississippi, Texas and Connecticut passed their own versions of the law. New York, Pennsylvania and Indiana are also debating their own parent trigger laws this year.

Despite its rapid explosion onto the state policy scene, it remains an intensely heated topic of debate among parents, teachers, and school reformers.

In Adelanto, California, a group of parents is exercising the law for just the second time in its history. Read more about the controversy as its unfolding in the small desert town by clicking here.

ICE Will Pay $350K for Immigration Raids in New Haven

The federal government has agreed to pay $350,000 to settle a civil rights lawsuit filed by 11 Latino immigrants who were arrested in 2007 in a series of immigration raids at their homes in New Haven, Conn., the New York Times reports.

The plaintiffs, all men, argued immigration agents violated their rights when armed federal agents entered their homes without their consent, drew their weapons, forced them out of bed and frightened young children.

“I remember everything that happened to me that morning as if it were yesterday,” plaintiff Edinson Yangua Calva told the AP. “There are things I haven’t been able to get over, it is something that stays with you forever.”

The New York Times with more details on the lawsuits:

The lawsuit claimed that during the raids, armed federal officers violated the constitutional rights of the 11 men by arresting them in their homes without warrants and without inquiring about their immigration status, informing them of their rights or explaining why they were being detained. In all, 29 suspected illegal immigrants were arrested during the raids, the plaintiffs’ lawyers said.

The operation began two days after the city approved a plan to offer identification cards to all city residents, including illegal immigrants. The lawsuit claimed that the operation began in retaliation for the plan, a charge the federal government denied.

Court records from an earlier related case say the ICE agents entered immigrants’ homes in New Haven without warrants, probable cause or their consent.

The settlement “shows what can happen when people have the courage to stand together to defend their basic human rights,” Michael J. Wishnie, co-director of the Yale group, the Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic, told the Times. “This settlement establishes that no one is above the law, including immigration agents.”

The settlement is believed to be the largest ever paid by the United States government in a lawsuit over residential immigration raids.


Female Dems Walk Out on House Contraception Hearing After GOP Silences Women

Female Dems Walk Out on House Contraception Hearing After GOP Silences Women

Reps. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) and Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) walked out of the House Oversight Committee’s hearing on the White House mandate requiring employers and insurers to provide contraception coverage after Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) refused to allow women to testify as witnesses on Thursday morning.

“What I want to know is, where are the women?” Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) asked Issa before walking out of the hearing after the first panel. “I look at this panel, and I don’t see one single individual representing the tens of millions of women across the country who want and need insurance coverage for basic preventative health care services, including family planning. Where are the women?”

Thing Progress’ Igor Volsky reports:

Ranking committee member Elijah Cummings (D-MD) had asked Issa to include a female witness at the hearing, but the Chairman refused, arguing that “As the hearing is not about reproductive rights and contraception but instead about the Administration’s actions as they relate to freedom of religion and conscience, he believes that Ms. Fluke is not an appropriate witness.”

And so Cummings, along with the Democratic women on the panel, took their request to the hearing room, demanding that Issa consider the testimony of a female college student. But the California congressman insisted that the hearing should focus on the rules’ alleged infringement on “religious liberty,” not contraception coverage, and denied the request. Reps. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) and Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) walked out of the hearing in protest of his decision, citing frustration over the fact that the first panel of witnesses consisted only of male religious leaders against the rule. Holmes Norton said she will not return, calling Issa’s chairmanship an “autocratic regime.”

“Five men are testifying on women’s health,” Pelosi said. “Where are the women? Imagine having a panel on women’s health and they don’t have any women on the panel.”

She paused, and then added, “Duh!”

XXL Mag. Editor Vanessa Satten Issues Non-Apology Statement for Publishing Too $hort Video

XXL Mag. Editor Vanessa Satten Issues Non-Apology Statement for Publishing Too $hort Video

“I’d like to address the ongoing controversy surrounding the Too $hort video and try to set the record straight,” XXL Magazine’s editor-in-chief Vanessa Satten wrote in a statement published on late Wednesday night. “As soon as I learned about the video, I had it taken down,” Satten continued.

And that’s her line and she’s sticking to it. “As soon as I learned about the video, I had it taken down.”

No mention of the word “sorry” or “apology” and no clear mention of what XXL is doing to prevent this from the future.

Below is a snippet from Satten’s statement published on

As a woman, I in no way find the content of the video acceptable. To think I would ever approve anything that would harm women or endanger children is absurd. Under no terms should sexual assault be tolerated, nor do I endorse making light of it.

The staffers responsible for producing and posting this video have since been suspended. We are currently implementing changes in our posting process to ensure something like this never happens again. I am not trying to pass this off on my staff but unfortunately an awful judgment call was made.

Satten ended her letter by attempting to shut down the conversation. “To the people who are offended by the video, I agree with you. That’s why I had it immediately taken down.”

“While this statement actually mentions the central issue—which is that gave an aging rapper an international platform to instruct middle school boys to push girls against walls and stick their fingers in their vaginas without explicit consent—it’s still a reaction to community pressure for the editor in chief to be fired or to resign,” said Akiba Solomon,’s gender matters blogger.

“Folks need to get out of PR mode and get serious.”

A petition calling on Harris Publications to fire Satten surpassed its goal of getting 1,000 signatures on Wednesday. At the time this story was published the petition had close to 1,800 signatures.

Visit to read Akiba Solomon’s “Too $hort and the Anatomy of a weak apology.”

TAGS: XXL Magazine

Viola Davis Says Her Mother Has Not Seen ‘The Help’

Viola Davis Says Her Mother Has Not Seen 'The Help'

Viola Davis revealed Wednesday on CBS’ “This Morning” that she believes her mother is part of a generation of women who would rather forget some of the racial themes in “The Help.”

“My mother has yet to see the movie… I think it’s just because — I think it’s painful. You have a whole generation of women who don’t want to be reminded of the past,” Davis said.

“I think it’s a generation that’s used to sucking it in, which is why I loved Aibileen (her character). She represented most people in that time period who just had to suck it in — and their whole lives, dreams, hopes, everything, just took place in their spirit.”

Davis also briefly discussed the decision to be photographed with her natural hair for her LA Times Magazine. “It was not hard to make that decision, I felt like I was channeling another character in that picture, which was me.”

Actress Lisa Chan Apologizes for Anti-Chinese Hoekstra Ad

Actress Lisa Chan Apologizes for Anti-Chinese Hoekstra Ad

Lisa Chan, the 21-year-old actress who appeared in Michigan Senate candidate Pete Hoekstra’s anti-Chinese campaign ads released an apology Wednesday.

Chan published her apology on what looks like a new public figure Facebook page. Her apology is published below in it’s entirety:

“I am deeply sorry for any pain that the character I portrayed brought to my communities. As a recent college grad who has spent time working to improve communities and empower those without a voice, this role is not in any way representative of who I am. It was absolutely a mistake on my part and one that, over time, I hope can be forgiven. I feel horrible about my participation and I am determined to resolve my actions.”

—Lisa Chan
CEO/ President, The Strive Vice President, Sparxo Inc. reports support for Pete Hoekstra has taken a big dip in the wake of his controversial ad.

Whitney Houston ‘My Love Is Your Love’ Cumbia Style [Audio]

Whitney Houston 'My Love Is Your Love' Cumbia Style [Audio]

“Like it or not, this is how I process emotion,” wrote radio DJ Jeremy Sole when he shared the song below on Facebook. Sole is the host of an Afrobeat, Salsa and Dub music Wednesday night show on Los Angeles’ public-radio station KCRW.

And lucky for us, he’s also a DJ that remixed a classic Whitney Houston hit with beats that originate from Colombia’s Caribbean coastal regions.


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Westboro Baptist Church to Protest Whitney Houston’s Funeral

Westboro Baptist Church to Protest Whitney Houston's Funeral

The staunchly conservative Westboro Baptist Church plans to protest Whitney Houston’s funeral on Saturday. The Topeka, Kansas church is known for protesting funerals of celebrities, soldiers, gays and now Whitney Houston.

“Yay! 2 pickets in NJ-Whitney Houston funeral & [legislature],” Margie Phelps, daughter of the church’s pastor Fred Phelps, tweeted Tuesday morning.

Phelps, a serial tweeter, has made other comments about Houston that may offer some insight on why the Westboro Baptist plans to protest.

On February 11th Phelps tweeted, “No R.I.P. Whitney Houston. You don’t live your life serving self &sin, stealing God’s glory, & get peace.”

She later went on to tweet, “Stand by for Westboro parody, ‘God Will Always Hate You, Whitney,’” and “F—- call her ‘gay icon.’ Yeah, WBC is picketing that funeral.”

(h/t Christian Post)

Petition Calling on XXL Mag. to Fire Editor Surpasses Signature Goal

Petition Calling on XXL Mag. to Fire Editor Surpasses Signature Goal

Just before 10:00am this morning the petition calling on Harris Publications to fire XXL Magazine editor-in-chief Vanessa Satten reached its goal of getting 1,000 signatures. At the time this story was published the petition had more than 1,200 signatures.

Petitioners are calling on Satten to be fired after XXL magazine and rapper Too Short published a video about the ‘birds and the bees’ that encouraged middle-school-aged boys to “turn girls out.”

“Push her up against the wall” and “take your finger and put a little spit on it and you stick your finger in her underwear and you rub it on there and watch what happens,” Too Short told viewers in the video published last week.

A social worker and mother of a teenage girl who signed the petition to get Satten fired offered some insight that’s on point:

As a mother of a teenaged daughter, a former investigator for sex crimes against children, and a current social worker working with low-income, high-risk children, I take great offense at so-called instruction regarding teen male-female relationships. Given the high rate of HIV and other STD infections among teens, issues with low-self esteem among both genders, and lack of appropriate “at home” role models, his statements are irresponsible and lacking in basic common sense. As a woman, I am saddened and appalled by Ms. Satten’s decision to publicize thie rhetoric. Let me be clear in stating that while I am a believer in the first amendment, I am also a believer in being responsible for your statements. Her irresponsibility to not only the audience she serves but to the community at large is intolerable.

Satten has apologized and said she was unaware her team was producing and publishing the controversial video but critics still want her held accountable. Some also say her apology is “too little, too late.”

“The recent apologies just might be more disturbing than the controversial video in question,” wrote Demetria Irwin on The Grio.

“The problem with both apologies is that there is no acknowledgment of the dangers in normalizing sexual aggression/violence against girls. I’m not sure if young boys would actually listen to Too Short or even know who he is (though he is reminding us just in time for his new album release), but the fact that XXL would give such irresponsible advice a platform is troubling to say the least,” Irwin said.

1 in 4 children Malnourished, Global Report Says

Despite global efforts to address food security, chronic childhood malnutrition has been largely overlooked, putting almost half a billion children at risk of permanent damage in the next 15 years, Save the Children said in a new report released Wednesday.

“Malnutrition is a largely hidden crisis, but it afflicts one in four children around the world,” said Carolyn Miles, President of Save the Children. “It wreaks lifelong damage and is a major killer of children.” Every hour of every day, 300 children die because of malnutrition, according to the report titled “A Life Free from Hunger: Tackling Child Malnutrition.”

“It’s time for a paradigm shift. The world can no longer afford to wait until visibly emaciated children grab headlines to inspire the action these children need and deserve,”Miles said in a statement.

While addressing food security, world leaders have galvanized much-needed support to boost agricultural productivity, but they have yet to make nutrition central to their efforts. In 2009, President Obama helped spearhead the L’Aquila Food Security Initiative, which inspired $22 billion in pledges at the G8 and G20 meetings. According to Save the Children, only 3 percent of these pledges and less than 1 percent of pledges fulfilled to date have targeted nutrition.

“Investment in agriculture is clearly important to making sure production keeps up with a growing population,” said Miles. “But let’s not forget, right now the world produces enough food to feed everybody, and yet one third of children in developing countries are malnourished. Clearly, just growing more food is not the answer.”

“The United States has shown great leadership on nutrition, but now must call on other powerful nations to make it a global priority,” she added.

The report lays out six recommendations to help make the transformation needed in nutrition:

  • Make malnutrition visible: Chronic malnutrition is a hidden killer that kills slowly and doesn’t appear on death certificates. In order to make the deaths of these children count and to make governments accountable for preventing them, there must be an agreed global target for a reduction in stunting in the countries with the highest burden.

  • Invest in direct interventions.

  • Fill the health worker gap: There is a critical shortage of at least 3.5 million doctors, nurses, midwives and community health workers, who are vital in delivering the direct interventions that can improve nutrition.

  • Protect families from poverty: Many of the best examples of progress in tackling malnutrition have come from countries that have invested in effective social protection policies that reach vulnerable families.

  • Harness agriculture to help tackle malnutrition: Governments must support smallscale farmers and female farmers, and ensure that making a positive impact on nutrition is an explicit objective of agriculture policies, by focusing on projects that are designed to improve children’s diet - for example, home gardening or education projects that focus on nutrition.

  • Galvanise political leadership: Raising the profile of malnutrition requires a build-up of political momentum to galvanise change.

Visit to download the full report.

Linsanity Hits The White House: ‘Obama Marveled at the Deeper Meaning of Lin’

Linsanity Hits The White House: 'Obama Marveled at the Deeper Meaning of Lin'

The Jeremy Lin ‘Linsanity’ has hit the White House.

“[Pres. Obama] is very impressed and fully up to speed,” White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters on Wednesday.

More from the Washington Post:

“If anybody caught the highlights from last night, they were pretty breathtaking. It’s just a great story and the president was saying as much this morning,” Carney said. “It’s a great story and yes, he’s [Pres. Obama] very impressed and fully up to speed. I know he’s watched Lin play already and he had seen the highlights from last night’s game.” […] Carney said Obama marveled at the deeper meaning of Lin, the first player of Taiwanese descent to play in the NBA. Lin, who attended Harvard University and was not drafted by any professional team, has averaged over 20 points a game while leading his team to six consecutive victories. He has inspired Asian Americans across the country, who have identified with his upbringing in California.

“It’s obviously terrific for the New York Knicks, but it’s the kind of sports story that transcends sport itself,” Carney said. “It’s the kind of story that involves people who don’t normally pay attention. I got my wife to watch the highlights this morning. She was pretty amazed and she doesn’t watch basketball.”

TAGS: Linsanity

Glee’s Amber Riley Covers ‘I Will Always Love You’ [Video]

Glee's Amber Riley Covers 'I Will Always Love You' [Video]

Mercedes stole the spotlight from Rachel on last night’s episode of “Glee.”

Ads Airing on Fox News: Keep ‘Legal’ Immigrants Out Too [Video]

Ads Airing on Fox News: Keep 'Legal' Immigrants Out Too [Video]

Now that we have anti-immigrant laws, like Arizona’s SB1070 in dozens of states, conservative groups have a new target they want to keep out: legal immigrants.

The conservative group Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) has launched a campaign called “a FAIR change at jobs” to get the Federal government to limit the number of foreign workers that are allowed to enter the country on work visas.

“The “LEGAL” immigrants our government admitted over the last two years landed hundreds of thousands of jobs, while Americans lost millions of jobs,” FAIR touts in one of their ads.

The new ads are airing on Fox News, “a channel founded by legal immigrant Rupert Murdoch,” HuffPost points out.

Countless studies have found states find immigrants contribute more to state and local coffers than they take out. A number of  other studies have also found immigration has no “significant” effect on the number of jobs available to U.S.-born workers and helps boost incomes and productivity over time.

“These ad takes the current anti-immigrant sentiment and brings it to its full conclusion,” says Mónica L. Novoa, Drop the I-Word Campaign Coordinator.

“The message not only plays on the hatred and racism central to labeling people illegal, something these groups made popular, but it reveals something we have known for years: Immigration and population restrictionists like CAP, Numbers USA and FAIR, are rooted in eugenics philosophy.”

“The bigger question is why have media outlets and journalists allowed for these hateful, dangerous messages to be spread via interviews and ad sales? These are hate groups,” Novoa went on to say.

‘Red Tails’ Isn’t Anywhere Near Getting George Lucas His Money Back

'Red Tails' Isn't Anywhere Near Getting George Lucas His Money Back

Although George Lucas’ ‘Red Tails’ had a strong opening weekend, the film has not grossed anywhere near what Lucas spent to get the film to theaters.

Lucas ponied up the $58 million production budget and $35 million distribution costs (plus an additional amount for marketing) himself after every Hollywood studio rejected his projects because it’s protagonists were all black.

The lifetime gross for ‘Red Tails’ is currently at $45,281,850.

Adding insult to injury is that this exactly what Hollywood studio executives told Lucas would happen.

TMZ and Entertainment Tonight Report Records Views After Whitney Houston’s Death

Entertainment Tonight, which is the longtime leader in the TV news magazine shows, saw an impressive 36% jump (compared to Monday the week before) to a 3.8 overnight rating, which means 8% of those viewing TV at that time were tuned in, according to the Hollywood Reporter. 

TMZ, which broke a series of Houston death scene scoops, popped up 29% from the prior week and was up 19% compared to a year earlier.


Jeremy Lin Gets His Own Sports Illustrated Cover

Jeremy Lin Gets His Own Sports Illustrated Cover


TAGS: Linsanity

Jeremy Lin Scores Game-Winning Three-Pointer With No Time Left [Video]

Jeremy Lin Scores Game-Winning Three-Pointer With No Time Left [Video]

The Linsanity continues.

ESPN on last night’s NY Knicks v. Toronto Raptors:

Even after his amazing week, this one took Linsanity to a whole new level. Against Toronto on Tuesday, it was Lin for the win!

Knicks sensation Jeremy Lin made a tiebreaking 3-pointer with less than a second to play to cap his finishing flurry of six straight points and New York rallied to beat the Raptors 90-87, extending its winning streak to six games.

“I’m just glad it went like this so we can calm the Linsanity down,” cracked Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni.

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