10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing11:10 am || Tours the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center; McLean, Virginia11:35 am || Delivers remarks at the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center3:40 pm || Meets with Secretary of Defense HagelLive stream of White House briefing at 12:30 pm
Tranquility? In this world? Planet earth? White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest today spun himself right into outer space with the unworldly claim that President Obama is somehow improving the “tranquility” of the planet. Applying the term “tranquil” to the world as it exists today is about like mixing “cuddly” and “pit bull with rabies.” Said Earnest at today’s White House briefing: I think that
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The Wall Street Journal’s news division today finally picked up on the mass confusion and insecurity being sowed around the world under President Obama, writing: The breadth of global instability now unfolding hasn’t been seen since the late 1970s, U.S. security strategists say, when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, revolutionary Islamists took power in Iran, and Southeast Asia was reeling in the wake of the
Another scoop. Two in one morning. Yeah, I still got it. In honor of both Bastille Day and our president, I present to you today this surreptitiously recorded videotape of a meeting between President Obama and his senior staff. I don’t know why he is conducting the affair in a French accent, but I think both you and I appreciate that this president is a man
White House Dossier has uncovered the reason why President Obama failed to stop the ISIS Islamist terrorist group before it overran half of Iraq and established a Caliphate. It was an honest mistake. According to White House sources, Obama late last year was shown this video, which suggests clearly that ISIS is not a terrorist group at all, but the heroine of bad TV show from
GOP rejects Obama “blank check” . . . Washington Times President Obama’s $3.7 billion plan to deal with the growing crisis along the border appears all but dead, with Republican lawmakers Sunday calling for a more targeted response centered on greater border security. Govs wary of WH immigrant plan . . . Fox News State governors from both parties have reacted cooly to efforts by the