White House Already Highlighting Obama's 2014 Executive Actions

February 17, 2014 - 12:22 PM

whitehouse.gov Screenshot 2/17/14

Screenshot from whitehouse.gov 2/17/14

(CNSNews.com) - The White House is recognizing its “Year of Action” by currently featuring a video on its official website that showcases President Obama’s executive actions during the first two months of 2014.

“America doesn’t stand still and neither will I,” the president says at the beginning of the video posted on the White House website. “So wherever and whenever I can take steps without legislation to expand opportunities for more American families, that’s what I’ll do.”

The clip from Obama’s 2014 State of The Union address then segues into a series of video clips of the president, the majority of which highlight his executive actions.

The video highlights include: “Executive Action on Retirement Savings” from Jan. 29th; “Executive Action Improving Federal Job Training” from Jan. 30; and “Executive Action Helping The Long-Term Unemployed” from Jan. 31.

The video, which was published on Feb. 8th, concludes with: “Tune In February 12th & See What’s Next.”

Feb. 12th was the day that President Obama signed the executive order requiring federal contractors to pay their employees a minimum wage of $10.10 an hour.