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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Lanny Davis
But would they drink beer together? President Obama will award former President Bill Clinton the Medal of Freedom on Wednesday at the White House, a public display of admiration belied by the enduring tensions between the two men.
In a startling rebuke to President Obama, former President Bill Clinton and other Democrats picked apart Obamacare on Tuesday as privacy concerns about the program's website multiplied and a video investigation suggested fraudulence among volunteers helping people enroll for government subsidies.
Alex Rodriguez tested positive for a banned stimulant in 2006, The New York Times reported Monday, an accusation denied by a representative of the legal team for the New York Yankees' third baseman.
A representative for the Washington Redskins appeared on "Fox & Friends" Monday, slamming President Obama for misplaced priorities by focusing on the team's controversial name.
The White House over the past several days has launched a public relations offensive to convince Americans that, under President Obama's leadership, privacy and Fourth Amendment rights won't be sacrificed in the name of national security.
When his phone rings late at night, Lanny Davis tells us, it could be someone such as Martha Stewart, Rep. Charles B. Rangel, former Sen. Trent Lott or the CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. Or it could be Gene Upshaw of the NFL's Players Association, Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder or Penn State President Rodney Erickson.
BYD attorney Lanny Davis tells the Los Angeles Times (http://lat.ms/1nEwezd ) that BYD made a "good-faith mistake" and has asked the U.S. transportation secretary to overrule the decision.
"Not only is it not going to lead to tension, I think President Obama welcomed it," Mr. Davis said of Mr. Clinton's remarks on Obamacare.