The latest Gallup poll indicates that 14 percent of the people “moderately disapprove” of Barack Obama’s performance as president and 39 percent “strongly disapprove.” Since Obama won two presidential elections,
According to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), when it comes to responding to ISIS, Barack Obama is "very cautious. Maybe, in this instance, too cautious.” The comment came Sunday when she appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” Feinstein chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee She also "agrees with an op-ed by Republican Sens. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) While Joe Biden was exhorting Detroiters to “take back America,” presumably from Barack Obama and himself, the president also expounded on the meaning of Labor Day. His themes were tiresomely familiar–we are the good...Show More Summary
Until now, President Barack Obama's foreign policy appeared to be based more on reason than emotion. In contrast to the easily excitable and often angry Sen. John McCain, for instance, the president did not suggest war was the answer...Show More Summary
"Barack Obama is chasing business enterprises -- and jobs -- away."
Monday at the Laborfest event in Milwaukee, President Barack Obama gave a passionate speech in his plea for fair wages for workers. At a raised pitch, he said, "I'm not asking for the moon. I just want a good deal for the workers." The...Show More Summary
Monday at the Laborfest event in Milwaukee, President Barack Obama addressed a group of workers and said people in power try and stay in power by "running the okie-doke on you, and bamboozling you and hoodwinking you." "Don't buy it because despite the cynics America is on the move," he insisted. Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
Real estate magnate and reality TV star Donald Trump told Breitbart News that Americans feel “embarrassed” by the lack of leadership from President Barack Obama with the assortment of global and domestic crises dominating the news right now. Show More Summary
David Cameron will make use of his shared platform with Barack Obama this week to criticise NATO free-loaders who aren’t fulfilling their treaty obligations, despite refusing to rule out the possibility of further deep defence cuts to the UK military next year reports The Times. Show More Summary
If Barack Obama's hideous foreign policy debacles were a stage play, this is the point where Hillary Clinton would be lowered on wires to fly around the stage shrieking "WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE?" Tripoli has fallen to Islamists,...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama on Friday said the Republican Party in Congress is captive to an ideologically rigid, unproductive and cynical faction. "It doesn't have to be that way," Obama told Democratic donors during a fundraiser barbecue in Purchase, New York. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney appeared on WNYM's "The Cats Round Table" with John Catsimatidis today and took on Barack Obama over domestic issues, including immigration. "The President should have enforced our immigration laws from the very beginning. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney appeared on WNYM's "The Cats Round Table" with John Catsimatidis today and had some harsh words for both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama when it came to foreign policy. "Hillary Clinton and her boss Barack Obama were extraordinarily...Show More Summary
Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Senate Foreign Relations chairman Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) blasted President Barack Obama's inaction against Russia's “direct invasion” into Eastern Ukraine saying it is a "watershed moment" and if the United States does not aggressively assist Ukraine the "consequences" will "flow even far beyond" Russia. Show More Summary
Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) slammed President Barack Obama saying “he’s either in denial or overwhelmed.” by the threat ISIS poses to the United States. The Arizona Republican said, “This is a direct threat to the United States of America. Show More Summary
Sunday on NBC's "Meet The Press," chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel said President Barack Obama's comments last week that the United States doesn't have a "strategy" to go after ISIS in Syria made military commanders "apoplectic." Engel said, "I spoke to military commanders, officials, they are apoplectic. Show More Summary
Top lawmakers stepped up pressure on the White House to more forcefully deal with the Islamic State, three days after President Barack Obama said the U.S. has no immediate plans to escalate military operations against extremists.
On this weekend's broadcast of “Fox News Sunday," chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) said President Barack Obama’s "foreign policy is in free fall." Rogers said, "Unfortunately, we find it consistent...Show More Summary
Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press," Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said President Barack Obama is being "too cautious" on going after ISIS because they are "extraordinarily dangerous" and "will kill with abandon." Feinstein said, "I've learned one thing about this president, and that is he's very cautious. Show More Summary
The chairman of the Senate Intelligence committee said President Barack Obama is “too cautious” in developing a plan to deal with the Islamic State.