President Obama delivers his weekly address

Obama: US Using Less Foreign Oil

President Obama renews his call to end the $4 billion in tax breaks that oil companies receive each year while collecting record profits. The President asks everyone to tell their elected officials to stop this corporate welfare and fight for a clean energy future that is within our reach. In his weekly address President Obama says: “Take a look at this chart. Six years ago, 60% of the oil we used was imported. Since I took office, America’s dependence on foreign oil has decreased every single year.

President Obama talks tourism and previews his state of the union address

Obama’s State Of The Union Preview

President Obama tells the American people about a series of steps he’s taken without the help of Congress to grow the economy and create jobs — including a new strategy aimed at boosting tourism introduced this week.

President Obama delivers end of year weekly address for 2011

Obama Hopeful About 2012

President Obama tells the American people that although there will be tough debates to come in the new year, by joining together, we can continue to help grow the economy and create jobs across the country.

President Obama delivers weekly address from Detroit

Obama To Hit Road For Jobs Act

President Obama will take to the road again in the coming weeks to pressure Congress to pass his jobs bill. In his weekly address he said putting people back to work is key to an economic recovery.

President Obama addresses a Labor Day crowd in Detroit's GM Plant parking lot

Obama Previews His Jobs Speech

“There is work to be done and there are workers ready to do it. Labor is on board. Business is on board. We just need Congress to get on board. Let’s put America back to work. ” — President Obama at a Labor Day Rally in Detroit

President Obama delivers his weekly address from the Country Corner Farm in Alpha, Illinois

Obama: Politics Preventing Job Creation

President Obama reports to the American people from the road this week in his weekly address. He says politicians in Washington, DC can learn a lot from the people he’s talked to during his stops in Atkinson, Illinois and Peosta, Iowa and Cannon Falls, Minnesota.