...but keeps President Obama's golf rounds and Justin Timberlake on the schedule.
Via Keith Koffler:
The White House is picking winners and losers as it cuts back because of the sequester, and a planned reception for American Jews is getting the short end of the stick.
Many other events are proceeding as planned, but according to the Jewish news service JTA, the annual White House celebration of Jewish American Heritage Month is canceled.
"Jewish invitees usually include luminaries in the arts, sports and sciences, lawmakers, armed services personnel and the Israeli ambassador, as well as organizational leaders and political supporters of the president," according to JTA.
The sequester cuts kicked in March 1, but that hasn't stopped the White House from staging a variety of fun events marking all sorts of occasions.