Guest essay by Eric Worrall President Obama, on the eve of a 3 day flying tour of Alaska, to highlight the effects of global warming, has been forced to defend his decision to allow drilling for oil in the Arctic. According to Obama; “Our economy still has to rely on oil and gas. As long…
Those who were hardest hit by Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath were the poor. They were also part of the fabric of a city, which, without them, would lose much of its soul. New Orleans is not only the most culturally rich city in America; it is also one of the most disproportionately unfair cities in our country. Show More Summary
Hmm, wonder if Josh Earnest or President Obama would watch it if they were shown (in full) on the TV news channels. Or not.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz prevented consideration of a resolution at the party’s summer meeting here that praised President Obama and offered backing for the nuclear agreement with Iran, according to knowledgeable Democrats. Show More Summary
Talking Points Memo reports: A think tank founded by a notorious anti-Muslim activist is planning to co-sponsor an upcoming rally against the Iran deal headlined by Republican presidential candidates Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Donald Trump. Cruz...Show More Summary
President Obama said in his weekly radio address that he will travel to Alaska next week to highlight the effects of climate change, but he defended his decision to allow oil drilling to go ahead off the state’s Arctic coast. The president said that Alaskans are already living with the effects of climate change, including […]
Last week, President Obama made a terribly risky decision for the Arctic. His administration cleared the final hurdle that allows for drilling into oil-bearing zones in the Arctic Ocean, approving one of Shell Oil's modified drilling permits for the Chukchi Sea. Show More Summary
Speaking to Jewish umbrella organizations, President Obama defended his nuclear accord with Iran and called for a more civil debate.
President Obama insisted Friday that he and fellow supporters of the Iran nuclear deal have received more rhetorical abuse than they've dished out in the divisive debate over the agreement.
A photo op meant to send a message about global warming
President Obama made a pitch for his Iran nuclear deal to Jewish Americans on Friday afternoon, declaring in a video and phone conference call: "We're all pro-Israel. We're all family." He added, "The fates of our two countries are always going to be intertwined." Obama laid out the elements of the agreement, saying, “This deal […]
More on the specifics by the Free Beacon: President Obama’s top labor arbiter dealt a blow to the franchise business model on Thursday. The National Labor Relations Board, or NLRB, issued a decision holding national corporations accountable for the actions of subcontractors and franchises that operate under the company umbrella. The Browning Ferris v. Teamsters Local 350 […]
"Like all families, sometimes there are going to be disagreements"
On June 24, 2015, President Obama approved Presidential Policy Directive 30, U.S. Nationals Taken Hostage Abroad and Personnel Recovery Efforts, and signed an Executive Order on the recovery of U.S. hostages taken abroad. These steps directed key organizational changes to ensure that the U.S. Show More Summary
President Obama today spoke directly to American Jews in a webcast address cosponsored by the Jewish Federations of North America and the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations today. The event was something of a response...Show More Summary
President Obama briefly mentioned c limate c hange during his remarks in New Orlean’s Lower 9th Ward during his visit to New Orleans to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Standing in the city’s Lower 9th Ward, Obama...Show More Summary
President speaks directly to donor base of largest Jewish institution in America on merits of the Iran deal. The post President Obama’s interview with Jewish Federations appeared first on Jewschool.
Reps Steve Israel and Eliot Engel opposed President Obama on the Iran Deal, surely because of their concern for Israel; and they think there shouldn't be divisions inside the Jewish community over their opposition? The divisions are real and important and go back to the Iraq war disaster, when liberal Zionists went along with neocons on a tragic policy
We have been witnessing the most biased reporting of any election I have ever seen. This isn't only about FOX news spouting lies and bringing racists on to attack President Obama. This is about the media apparently doing all it can to...Show More Summary
People have been wondering why President Obama hasn't been more vocal about Donald Trump. Perhaps it's because he already buried Trump at the White House Correspondents Dinner. Produced by Devan Joseph Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »