That was his latest advice for defending oneself from intruders, this one given to the unlucky readers of Field & Stream magazine. I said, “Well, you know, my shotgun will do better for you than your AR-15, because you want to keep someone away from your house, just fire the shotgun through the door.” As Mary Katherine Ham notes in Hot Air, this, like his
President Obama today said he “not a dictator” and cannot hold congressional leaders in town to try to strike a deal on the sequester. Obama spoke at an unannounced press conference in the White House briefing, where he sought to portray frustration after a White House meeting this morning with Congressional leaders from both Parties failed to result in a deal on the sequester, which
The press conference has concluded.
Nearly a month after the tragic death of one of America’s greatest war heroes, it has become apparent that President Obama and the White House will do nothing to honor – or even mention – the late U.S. Navy SEAL Christopher Kyle. Many, including Sarah Palin, have called on Obama to say something about Kyle, who was slain by a disturbed fellow veteran February 2. But
Well, now you tell us. Unfortunately, Woodward’s screwup allows the White House to try to say, “Move along, nothing to see here.” But I do think there’s been enough information put out over the last 36 hours so that public is much better aware of how the White House attacks Freedom of the Press by bullying and intimidating journalists trying to do their jobs.
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