Obama to offer ISIS strategy Wednesday . . . Associated Press
President Obama plans to begin laying out his strategy for defeating Islamic State militants expanding their grip in Iraq and Syria.
Obama to take years on ISIS . . . New York Times
The Obama administration is preparing to carry out a campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria that may take three years to complete.
Obama faces more GOP pressure . . . Washington Times
Already, the House GOP has several hearings lined up to pressure Mr. Obama, particularly taking aim at his admission in late August that he has no strategy to handle the threat from ISIS.
Romney: Obama out of touch on ISIS . . . Fox News
Mitt Romney on Sunday ripped into Obama for his handling of the Islamic State militant group and other foreign policy decisions, accusing the president several times of being “out of touch.”
Politics stalls Obama on immigration . . . New York Times
What had once looked like a clear political imperative for both parties — action to grant legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants — has morphed instead into what appeared to be a risky move that could cost Democrats their majority in November.
GOP governors caving to Obama . . . Examiner
A growing number of Republican governors are caving in to Medicaid expansion through President Obama’s healthcare law. In the process, they are imposing massive and unnecessary financial burdens on taxpayers.
U.S. Military to fight Ebola . . . Fox News
Obama has said that the United States military will begin aiding the response to an outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa that has claimed the lives of at least 2,100 people in five countries.
Obama disappoints, again . . . Politico
President Barack Obama has one person to blame for looking indecisive, dithering and cowed by bungled political calculations: Barack Obama.