Did Obama Trade a Terrorist for Two Americans?

January 26, 2015

Please tell me we are not trading terrorists for hostages. Please. Just leave it in the comment section. I don’t care if it’s not true, just tell me we’re not doing this. Please. According to a story in the Daily Beast, the United States in July 2014 was offered up two Americans imprisoned in Qatar, Matthew […]

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Video || De Blasio Employs Bizarre Sign Language Interpreter

January 26, 2015

New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio today used an startlingly overzealous sign language interpreter, who pushed the absurdity envelope to the tearing point while Hizzoner was telling New Yorkers to get ready for the snow. Apparently, this is real signing. You may of course remember this fellow, who also reached for absurdity – pioneering the field of […]

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McDonough Nabbed by Wallace Trying to Steal Credit for Oil Boom

January 26, 2015

One of the more shameless lies repeatedly repeated by this administration is the suggestion that it is somehow responsible for the growth in U.S. oil production and lower gasoline prices. Of course, the increased production is on private land. The Obama administration has actually curtailed production on federal land and won’t even build the Keystone […]

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Carly Manhandles Hillary

January 26, 2015

Carly Fiorina left blood on the floor Saturday during her remarks to Iowa conservatives at this weekend’s GOP presidential cattle call. Like Hillary Clinton, I have traveled around the globe. Unlike her, I have accomplished something. You see, Mrs. Clinton, flying is not an accomplishment. It is an activity. Not saying Fiorina would be the […]

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The Obama Morning News || January 26, 2015

January 26, 2015

Obama proposes to lock up ANWR’s oil . . . Alaska lawmakers were furious with the administration’s proposal — for decades Alaska Republicans and Democrats have been pushing for opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling. “What’s coming is a stunning attack on our sovereignty and our ability to develop a strong economy that allows […]

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Drone Lands at the White House

January 26, 2015

A drone landed within the gates of the White House this morning, making its way into a tree at around 3 am, according to reports. The White House sought to portray the incident as no big deal, saying what they termed “a device” did not pose a threat. Nevertheless, here’s a look at the response: […]

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Obama Schedule || Monday, January 26, 2015

January 26, 2015

President Obama and Mrs. Obama are traveling today in New Delhi, India. In the morning, Obama will participate in the Indian Republic Day celebration as the Chief Guest. The first lady will also attend. In the afternoon, Obama will meet with Congress Party Leaders at ITC Maurya Hotel. Later in the afternoon, the president and Mrs. Obama will attend a reception […]

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Sunday Open Thread || January 25, 2015

January 25, 2015

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Battle Against al Qaeda in Yemen Severely Hampered

January 24, 2015

In the latest Mideast foreign policy and counter-terrorism disaster, the fall of the U.S.-allied Yemeni leader has resulted in a severe setback for operations against the Yemen-based Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, perhaps the most dangerous branch of the group. According to the Washington Post: The Obama administration has been forced to suspend certain […]

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Obama Cancels Taj Mahal, Will Visit Saudi Arabia Instead

January 24, 2015

President Obama shortened his three day visit to India – canceling a planned visit to the Taj Mahal – in order to make a stop in Saudi Arabia to offer condolences on the death of King Abdullah and meet the new Saudi leader, King Salman. This is an excellent idea. The Saudis, despite their many serious […]

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King Abdullah “Could not Stand President Obama”

January 23, 2015

Uh oh. Somebody got the wrong idea about a friendship they were having. That would be President Obama, who said, as part of an obsequious statement lamenting the passing of Saudi Arabian King Abdullah, “As our countries worked together to confront many challenges, I always valued King Abdullah’s perspective and appreciated our genuine and warm […]

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Joshing in Earnest

January 23, 2015

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest came to the briefing room today equipped with a bit of wit. Not bad. Notice he kind of jumped the shark by taking it too far. But that’s okay. It was a good play. Penalty declined. Don’t forget to share

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