Obama to blame Congress for new fiat . . . Associated Press
The White House is crafting a blame-it-on-Congress legal justification to back up President Obama’s impending executive actions on immigration.
Decision could roil 2014 election . . . Washington Post
Both Parties are in a state of high anxiety about the possibility that Obama will allow millions of illegal immigrants to remain in the country, fearing that the White House action could change the course of the midterm elections.
Syria airstrikes would face obstacles . . . Reuters
American forces face formidable challenges as in Syria, including intelligence gaps on potential targets, concerns about Syria’s air defenses and fears that the militants may have anti-aircraft weapons.
ISIS four years in making . . . Fox News
A new report from the West Point counterterrorism center challenges the notion that the Islamic State only recently became a major terror threat, describing the network’s gains in Iraq as a crisis four years in the making.
WH economic forecast wrong . . . ABC News
The U.S. economy has grown just 1.5 percent in the 2014 fiscal year – far slower than White House projections – while more than $500 billion of deficit spending was added to the national debt, according to new projections by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office.
Racial hostility in new Obama agency . . . Washington Times
Evidence discloses scores of cases of U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau employees seeking protection from racially offensive, sexist or discriminatory behavior.
The GOP flip floppers . . . Washington Times
Bobby Jindal changes course on Common Core, Marco Rubio on immigration, Rand Paul on foreign aid.
Warren Buffet betrays America . . . Rich Lowry
Warren Buffett, whose eponymous rule was a staple of Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign, is underwriting Burger King’s proposed move to Canada that the left is denouncing as practically the most dastardly plot since the Rosenbergs helped the Soviets get the atomic bomb.