A unique view of 2012
Jennifer Palmieri currently serves as the White House Director of Communications and previously, Palmieri was the President of the Center for American Progress Action Fund. Prior to her time at CAP, Palmieri was the National Press Secretary for the 2004 Edwards for President campaign and the National Press Secretary for the Democratic National Committee in 2002. Palmieri also served as a White House Deputy Press Secretary, Special Assistant to White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta and Deputy Director of Scheduling and Advance in the Clinton White House. After graduating from American University, Palmieri began her career working for former Congressman Leon Panetta (D-CA).
After almost a year of pointless delay, the Oklahoma judge was unanimously confirmed.
President Obama has already reduced the deficit by over $2.5 trillion, cutting spending by over $1.4 trillion, bringing domestic discretionary spending to its lowest level as a share of the economy since the Eisenhower era.
Deputy Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri explains how the Administration's actions on welfare were directly in line with those requested by former Governor Tim Pawlenty and other Republican governors.
A new policy from the Department of Health and Human Services will allow states to test new, more effective ways to help people get and keep a job.
Deputy Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri explains why it’s time for House Republicans to listen to the American people, and their colleagues in the Senate, and agree to the bipartisan agreement to extend the payroll tax cut passed in the Senate.
U.S. Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator
Director of Progressive Media and Online Response
Domestic Policy Advisor to the Vice President
Chief Official White House Photographer
Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications and Speechwriting
Director of Online Engagement for the Office of Digital Strategy
Secretary of Homeland Security