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As Ferguson, Missouri, burned for a second straight night and the White House moves forward with plans for executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens, search engine giant Google has crowned President Barack Obama “King” of the United States of America. Show More Summary
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) has concluded that House Appropriations Committee chairman Rep. Hal Rogers (R-KY) is wrong, and that Congress can in fact block funding for President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty order. “In...Show More Summary
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Tuesday, Nov. 25: ——— Recent events have not cast a flattering light on President Barack Obama’s approach to military and security matters. The rise of the Islamic State has forced him to reverse his withdrawal from Iraq. Vladimir Putin has seized Crimea from neighboring Ukraine and [...]Show More Summary
NATIONAL JOURNAL ON THAT FERGUSON SPLIT-SCREEN: ” It will be an image that may endure beyond Barack Obama’s tenure: The president calling for calm on one side of the TV screen; the scene in Ferguson, Mo. escalating with sirens, smoke, flash grenades, and furious residents on the other.”
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Gobblegate Breaking via Rex Huppke at The Chicago Tribune: On Wednesday, our lawless president, Emperor Barack Hussein Caesar Obama the Dictator King, will goose-step into the Rose Garden, wipe his feet...Show More Summary
All it took for Mitch McConnell to see eye-to-eye with Barack Obama was victory. After re-election in Kentucky, the presumptive Senate majority leader told reporters, “We ought to see what areas of agreement there are and see if we can make some progress for the country.” This is the same can-do note of cheery bipartisanship [...]Show More Summary
This Thanksgiving Republicans should give thanks for President Obama. This man has destroyed a Democrat coalition that looked unstoppable in 2008. Wonks and gurus from the New York Times and the Ivy League Schools kept assuring us that the “Emerging Democratic Majority” was unstoppable and their favorite trope that “Demographics is Destiny” guaranteed that the...
Wow, this is a pretty harsh shot at Obama. Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. is suggesting that President Barack Obama encouraged rioting in Ferguson, Mo., in the wake
Comedian Dana Carvey understands why comedians initially tread carefully when joking about President Barack Obama, the nation's first black Commander in Chief. What the former Saturday Night Live standout can't fathom is why fellow comic Dennis Miller got taken to the pop culture woodshed for embracing conservatism. Show More Summary
“It will be an image that may endure beyond Barack Obama’s tenure,” writes James Oliphant about the above image. Meanwhile, Juan Williams asks, “Where is the black leadership now that a grand jury has decided not to indict the police officer that killed Michael Brown?” President Obama’s leadership didn’t do much (if any) good. Show More Summary
A new analysis of the data available to the public about drone strikes, conducted by the human-rights group Reprieve, indicates that even when operators target specific individuals -- the most focused effort of what Barack Obama calls "targeted killing" -- they kill vastly more people than their targets, often needing to strike multiple times. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama told at least three amnesty hecklers to "sit down" and stop yelling at him because he just unilaterally changed the country's immigration laws. While Obama was speaking about immigration at a Polish...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) said it is now his goal and "responsibility" to register as many illegal immigrants as he can for President Barack Obama's executive amnesty. He appeared on MSNBC before he joined Obama at a Polish...Show More Summary
Tuesday during a speech at Copernicus Community Center in Chicago, IL, President Barack Obama was interrupted by screams from immigration protesters claiming he was lying when he claimed to not be deporting families and chants of "Not one more. Stop deportations." Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
Tuesday at Copernicus Community Center in Chicago, IL, President Barack Obama addressed the riots and protests going on throughout the country in reaction to the grand jury announcement that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson will...Show More Summary
Dan Schnur: Barack Obama should go to Ferguson--not because he can single-handedly prevent another outbreak of violence or magically heal the nation’s racial divisions but because he has an opportunity to lead.
The vast majority of Latinos and voters under the age of 35 support President Barack Obama?s executive action last Thursday shielding between 4 and 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation, according to new national polls commissioned by two pro-immigration reform groups. Show More Summary
After a grand jury decided not to indict a police officer in the death of Michael Brown, President Barack Obama stepped up to perform his unofficial yet widely presumed role: racial explainer-in-chief.