President seeks to levy sanctions on people who engage in global cybercrime.
President Obama is still hoping to strike a deal with Iran's leaders over a controversial nuclear agreement – one which brought Israeli Prime...
SMART DIPLOMACY: “There are still nearly two years left in Barack Obama’s presidency, but historians looking back on his record in foreign policy will surely identify one costly error: his refusal to follow through on the implied threat in stating that the Syrian regime’s use of chemical weapons would be a ‘red line.’”
The Affordable Care Act is “a major reason why we’ve seen 50,000 fewer preventable patient deaths in hospitals.” –President Obama, remarks on the fifth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, March 25, 2015 This number jumped out at us during the president’s recent speech hailing his health-care law. Could 50,000 people have not died in […]
It's business as usual in Washington. President Obama has just signed another Executive Order declaring a National Emergency to deal with cyber threats: OBAMA ORDER CREATES NEW AUTHORITY TO RESPOND TO CYBER THREATS TO BE USED IN 'TARGETED...Show More Summary
Welcome to the stupidest day of the year. After a lot of thought i have changed my mind. President Obama has a strong, solid, (...)
In his 2016 Budget Proposal, President Obama called for a new "middle-class economics." The president is right to seek ways to assist the middle class. Despite positive economic trends -- the United States added three million jobs in...Show More Summary
In an exclusive interview with Reason TV's Nick Gillespie, President Barack Obama talks about: .20: his economic program for his last two years in office .33: his biggest regret as president .45: his real feelings about the retirement...Show More Summary
Multilateral negotiations with Iran have been extended beyond yesterday's midnight deadline. Twenty-two prisoners had their sentences commuted by President Obama, who doubled his commutations total in a single day. Walmart is among the...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama's executive order imposes sanctions on those who pose threats to the US economy, security and foreign policy through cybercrimes.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney attacked the Obama administration over its effort to seek an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, and said that the next president needs to repair the U.S.’s relationships with Europe and the Middle East.
Mondoweiss talks with Rep. Steve Israel, the former head of the DCCC and one of the State of Israel’s staunchest allies on Capitol Hill about Netanyahu's speech to Congress and how pissed exactly President Obama is with him for repeatedly stabbing him in the back.
By Dilip Hiro, TomDispatch As the chances for peace talks between the government of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and the unbeaten Taliban brighten, the Obama administration finds itself gradually but unmistakably reduced to the status of bystander.
(Scott Johnson) In his weekly Wall Street Journal column yesterday (accessible via Google here), Bret Stephens compiled quotes from President Obama setting forth his previously stated demands of Iran in connection with its nuclear program. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is congratulating the president-elect of Nigeria, saying the election there has "shown the world the strength" of the African country's commitment to Democratic ideals. Buhari said in his acceptance speech that now is the time "to heal wounds" after a hard-fought contest left people emotionally drained.
From my most recent NRO article, on the president’s misguided outreach to the Iranian regime: “It is no secret that Obama and his advisers think their overture to Iran is an updated equivalent of the dramatic Nixon–Kissinger opening to China in 1971–72.... Show More Summary
President Barack Obama's red-tinged travel itinerary represents a deliberate shift in strategy, as the White House tries to make the case that many of Mr. Obama's proposals have bipartisan appeal. Republicans haven't hesitated to critique the president's proposals, regardless of where he's presenting them.
President Obama's foreign policy is much like his domestic one: naïve and narcissistic. The results of his bravado are seldom good.
By Dilip Hiro | (Tomdispatch.com) – Call it an irony, if you will, but as the Obama administration struggles to slow down or halt its scheduled withdrawal from Afghanistan, newly elected Afghan President Ashraf…
US President Barack Obama commuted the prison sentences of 22 people convicted of drug dealing.