Tina Brown: Obama Makes Women Feel Unsafe

October 20, 2014

Veteran liberal editor Tina Brown explains Obama’s declining fortune with women, which threatens to sink Democrats on Election Day. Women, she said this morning on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, don’t feel safe with Obama at the helm. A sense among of insecurity is a big political problem, because it strikes at a visceral need for women. […]

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The Obama Morning News || October 20, 2014

October 20, 2014

Obama would bypass Congress on Iran deal . . . No one knows if the Obama administration will manage in the next five weeks to strike what many in the White House consider the most important foreign policy deal of his presidency: an accord with Iran that would forestall its ability to make a nuclear weapon. […]

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Obama Schedule || Monday, October 20, 2014

October 19, 2014

5:00 pm CT || Delivers remarks at a DNC fundraiser; private residence, Chicago 6:30 pm CT || Departs Chicago 9:25 pm ET || Arrives White House Don’t forget to share

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Open Thread || October 19, 2014

October 19, 2014

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Video || An Ebola Update from President Obama

October 18, 2014

Released Saturday by the White House: Today, President Obama spoke to the nation about Ebola — how the Administration is responding, and what you should know. The Ebola virus is a public health and national security priority, and the President has directed the Administration to continue to take aggressive measures at every level of government. […]

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Obama on the Fairways

October 18, 2014

President Obama is playing golf today at Fort Belvoir in Virginia. His partners are two of the usual junior White House aides, Joe Paulsen and Marvin Nicholson, and sportswriter Tony Kornheiser. It’s the 44th time the 44th president has played this year and outing #201 of his presidency. Don’t forget to share

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Obama Quietly Begins Unilateral Immigration Reform

October 18, 2014

President Obama Friday made a downpayment on the sweeping immigration “reform” he is expected to unilaterally declare once the elections are out of the way, permitting up to around 100,000 prospective Haitian immigrants to bypass immigration law and enter the country. The move, a typical Friday announcement designed to attract minimum notice, eliminated wait times […]

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Obama: My Credit Card Was Declined

October 17, 2014

Well, as they say, the system worked. From remarks today during an event at which Obama signed an executive order beefing up security on federal credit cards: I went to a restaurant up in New York when I was during the U.N. General Assembly, and my credit card was rejected. It turned out I guess I […]

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Luntz: Collapse in Confidence in Government, Media

October 17, 2014

GOP polling guru Frank Luntz says the American people have lost confidence in all government institutions, including those designed to keep us healthy, as well as the media who report what those institutions are doing. Ironically, he finds that confidence in government was at its highest under a president who was trying to get government […]

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Live Stream || White House Briefing – October 17, 2014

October 17, 2014

The briefing has concluded Don’t forget to share

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Obama Appoints Political Operative to be Ebola Czar

October 17, 2014

Can you even believe the headline? President Obama today named veteran Democratic political operative and former White House staffer Ron Klain to take over the federal response to Ebola. Klain was chief of staff for both former Vice President Gore and current Vice President Biden. He served as a Democratic staffer in the Senate. He […]

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One More Transmission From Africa and There Will Be a Travel Ban

October 17, 2014

President Obama is opposed to a travel ban. But his opinion is likely to change. That’s because if one more person comes here from West Africa and infects someone, the demand for a travel ban, already pegged at about two thirds of the population, will be overwhelming. Democrats will join with Republicans calling for a […]

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