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November 13, 2006 | Last Updated 7:36 p.m. (EST)
 
President Bush Welcomes Prime Minister Olmert of Israel to the White House
President Bush on Monday said, "I appreciate the Prime Minister's strategic thoughts. He cares deeply about his country, and he cares deeply about securing the peace. ... But the whole central thrust of our discussions was based upon our understanding that we're involved in an ideological struggle between extremists and radicals versus people who just simply want to live in peace, and that as democracies we have an obligation, obviously, to listen to the will of our people, but at the same time, work together to help those who want to live in a peaceful society achieve their ambitions." full story
Fact sheet In Focus: Global Diplomacy

Press Briefing by Tony Snow
Watch Monday's Press Briefing with White House Press Secretary Tony Snow. full story

President Bush Attends Ceremonial Groundbreaking of the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial
President Bush on Monday said, "We have gathered in tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, to the ideals he held and to the life he lived. Dr. King showed us that a life of conscience and purpose can lift up many souls. And on this ground, a monument will rise that preserves his legacy for the ages." full story
Fact sheet In Focus: African-American History

President Bush Honors Veterans at Arlington National Cemetery
President Bush on Saturday said, "On this Veterans Day, we give thanks for the 24 million Americans who strengthen our nation with their example of service and sacrifice. ... As we raise our flag and as the bugle sounds taps, we remember that the men and women of America’s Armed Forces serve a great cause. They follow in a great tradition, handed down to them by America’s veterans." full story
Fact sheet In Focus: Veterans

President Bush Attends Dedication of the National Museum of the Marine Corps
President Bush on Friday said, "As Jim Lehrer reminded you, we celebrate the 231st birthday of one of the world's premier fighting forces. And we mark the opening of our nation's most modern military museum. ... These walls remind all who visit here that honor, courage, and commitment are not just words. They are core values for a way of life that puts service above self. And these walls will keep the history of the Marine Corps alive for generations of Americans to come." full story
Fact sheet Fact Sheet: President Bush Dedicates the National Museum of the Marine Corps and Announces He Will Award Corporal Jason Dunham the Medal of Honor
Fact sheet In Focus: Veterans
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President George W. Bush delivers his remarks at the groundbreaking ceremony Monday, Nov. 13, 2006, for the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. President Bush said “The King Memorial will be a fitting tribute, powerful and hopeful and poetic, like the man it honors.” President George W. Bush delivers his remarks at the groundbreaking ceremony Monday, Nov. 13, 2006, for the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. President Bush said “The King Memorial will be a fitting tribute, powerful and hopeful and poetic, like the man it honors.”

Link to White House Summit on Malaria 2006

Global Diplomacy
On Monday, President Bush welcomed Prime Minister Ehud Olmert of Israel to the White House to discuss the strong bilateral relationship between the United States and Israel, as well as a wide range of regional and international issues. Global Diplomacy
The Economy
Strong U.S. Economy
Economic growth continues with 92,000 new jobs created in October. There have been over 6.8 million new jobs created since August of 2003, and the unemployment rate decreased to 4.4 percent, the lowest rate since May 2001. Learn more about the President's pro-growth policies.
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Global War on Terror
President Bush's top priority is the safety and security of the American people. Though America and its allies are safer since 9/11, we are not yet safe. We have important challenges ahead as we wage a long-term battle not just against terrorists, but against the ideology that supports their agenda.
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Energy Security for the 21st Century
Energy Security
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