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It has become clear that Russian President Putin took President Obama’s words at his press conference yesterday for exactly what they were: rhetoric.
This morning, Putin requested – and received – authorization from the Russian Senate to use military force… Continue reading
Bowing to pressure, President Barack Obama said Thursday he will permit continued sale of individual insurance plans that have been canceled because they failed to meet coverage standards under the health care law. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
In this afternoon’s press… Continue reading
With the Syria crisis entering a new phase, the focus among Washington policymakers has shifted to the debate over the debt ceiling and efforts by far-right Republicans to try and defund the Affordable Care Act. While it makes for good… Continue reading
Let me be clear, Edward Snowden will never be a hero or a patriot in my eyes. I will not argue that he is traitor, though he is certainly a criminal. And no amount of revelations as to how the… Continue reading
To hear some commentators tell it, President Obama has been plagued by a truly terrible case of bad luck. The mounting scandals – the IRS, the DOJ information grab, Benghazi, and now the NSA – have formed the perfect storm.… Continue reading
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The New Power Class Who Will Profit From Obama’s Second Term
Obama II — Will We Be a Better Nation?
Full Text: President Obama’s Inaugural Address
Forbes… Continue reading
President Obama broke no new ground with his press conference today. And despite a conciliatory tone at times, he was ultimately resolute and even defiant.
He was unyielding in his economic posture and his willingness to compromise seemed rhetorical at… Continue reading