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The Obamas Take a Look at their Family History

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President Obama spent New Year’s Day with his family, both past and present.  The president took his daughters and wife too visit a research and exhibit center featuring a display of the work of the president’s mother, the late Ann Dunham.  The exhibit features research that Ms. Dunham did in Indonesia and a collection of her personal artifacts.

The president also took a visit to the National Memorial Cemetary of the Pacific at Punchbowl, a place where the president’s grandmother, Stanley Dunham, is buried.  The president and his family took the visits shortly after he signed the 2011 National Defense Authorization Act, a controversial measure that pays soldiers salaries, but also allows for the indefinite detention of terror suspects.

 

Looking back: President Obama (right) and half-sister, Maya Soetoro-Ng, with their mother Ann Dunham and grandfather Stanley Dunham in Hawaii circa 1970s
 

“Moving forward, my administration will interpret and implement the provisions described below in a manner that best preserves the flexibility on which our safety depends and upholds the values on which this country was founded,”said President Obama.

The bill spends over $600 billion on personnel and weapons systems.

 

Preparations: Secret Sevice agents stand by the motorcade as U.S. President Barack Obama and the First Family visit his grandfather's grave at the National Memorial of the Pacific at Punchbowl on SundayThe president also made some remarks about the state of the economy:

“We’ve got an economy that is showing some positive signs; we’ve seen many consecutive months of private sector job growth,” Mr Obama said last week before departing his Christmas vacation. “But it’s not happening as fast as it needs to.”

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