The only specific and credible threat to the homeland this weekend is too much delicious food. That’s the main takeaway from the brief national security update President Obama delivered Wednesday.“Right now, we know of no specific and credible intelligence indicating a plot on the homeland,” the president said from the... More »
The latest polls are clear: Americans want little to do with the 10,000 Syrian refugees President Obama has promised to take in, much less any part of dealing with the more than 4 million refugees fleeing Syria’s civil war. According to Gallup, 60% oppose the United States taking in refugees, compared with just 37% who approve. Show More Summary
The full transcript of President Obama's remarks on national security.
President Obama wants the people to rest easy for the Thanksgiving holiday. On Wednesday morning, the president assured the citizens of the United States that there was no reason to suspect a terrorist attack comparable to the deadly Paris attacks earlier this month. After getting an update from his national security team, POTUS assured was no "specific" [...]
Some people—like Father Rosica, like President Obama—seem determined to believe (or to pretend) that there is no link between Islam and terror. They couldn't be more wrong.
President Barack Obama said there is currently no "specific and credible" intelligence indicating a terrorist plot on the United States, as he sought to reassure anxious Americans for the Thanksgiving holiday. Speaking at the White House on Wednesday, Obama said it was understandable that Americans...
? In a brief news conference before Thanksgiving Day, President Obama reaffirmed that there was no "specific and credible intelligence indicating a plot on the homeland." Video courtesy of The White House Produced by Lamar Salter Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
Republicans are trying to subvert their own government’s foreign policy on climate change. Next week, President Obama will fly to Paris for the U.N. Climate Change Conference, a meeting to work out a global agreement to reduce climate pollution. Show More Summary
President Obama said Wednesday that there was "no specific and credible intelligence" indicating a terrorist plot on U.S. soil and urged Americans to go about their holiday routines but remain "vigilant" in the wake of the attacks in Paris earlier this month.In a brief statement to reporters after...
Turkey has a right to defend itself and its airspace, President Obama said on Tuesday after Ankara’s F-16s shot down a Russian Su-24 which Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claims ventured into Turkish airspace for a grand total of 17 seconds. Show More Summary
Big 4 broadcast networks joined their cable news brethren in carrying President Obama’s short Thanksgiving-eve statement to a jittery public about traveling, shopping, etc. over the holiday. “As we go into Thanksgiving weekend, whatShow More Summary
President Obama says there is no evidence that a Paris-style attack is being planned against the United States for Thanksgiving. “We are taking every possible step to keep our homeland safe,” Obama told reporters after the national security meeting, adding that U.S. officials are “working overtime” this Thanksgiving. As officials bolster security at the nation’s borders and [...]
Today President Obama made another public statement about how his administration is trying to take down ISIS, and I can promise you one thing: his critics will not be satisfied. That’s because a new question has emerged, one that anyone with any sense of recent history ought to be shocked to hear: Why can’t Barack […]
Heading into the long holiday weekend, President Obama assured the country Wednesday afternoon that there is no imminent threat of a terrorist attack and urged Americans to enjoy the Thanksgiving festivities. "Right now, we know of no...Show More Summary
President Obama sought to reassure Americans on the eve of Thanksgiving weekend that the U.S. was doing all it could to keep the homeland safe in light of the recent terror attacks in Paris
On Nov. 30, more than 140 world leaders, including President Obama, will meet in Paris for the beginning of a historic two-week conference on climate change. There’s already been a flurry of voluntary national pledges, increasing confidence that the meeting will likely result in the first global agreement on emissions reductions. Show More Summary
After meeting with his national security team Wednesday, President Obama assured Americans that there's currently “no specific and credible intelligence indicating a plot on the homeland.” After the attacks in Paris, Obama acknowledged,...Show More Summary
After meeting with his national security team, President Obama spoke at the White House Wednesday, hoping to quell American fears about a domestic...
In a rant that is unusually incoherent for Red State, Erick Erickson states: Yesterday, President Obama announced that he will personally participate in delivering a devastating blow to ISIS. This news came at the same time as United States military sources confirmed that the American Air Force could not take out ISIS oil tankers because […]
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