The secret to Barack Obama’s success is an apparently infinite capacity for feeling good about himself without any evidence to support the conclusion. That’s what propelled a one-term U.S. senator and former Illinois state legislator with an undistinguished record in either body to the presidency: an implacable sense of self-confidence drawn from – well I don’t know where it’s drawn from. If you watched the
President Obama said today that Sony Pictures had erred in backing down to North Korean hackers. “Yes, I think they made a mistake,” Obama said when asked about the matter during a White House press conference this afternoon. While saying he sympathized with Sony’s problem and the gravity of the threats lodged against it, Obama said Sony’s decision to pull the movie about an assassination attempt
This one’s from last week -, apologies, just got the video the other day. Talking about Jonathan Gruber and Obama’s use of the Bible as pretext for his policies. The One America News Network is on AT&T U-verse; channels 208 standard definition and 1208 high def; VerizonFiOS at 116 SD and 616 HD; and CenturyLink on 209 SD and 1209 HD. Rick’s show airs weekdays at 10:00
The White House noted Wednesday that the United States is the only country still disengaged from Cuba. Which, as Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., notes, begs the question, how has the engagement with Cuba of the rest of the world worked out?
White House takes aim at Rubio . . . A clearly prepared White House press secretary Josh Earnest told reporters at Thursday’s daily briefing that Mr. Rubio’s own past statements on diplomatic relationships with other dictatorial regimes conflicted with his harsh remarks on re-opening ties with Havana. Washington Times Is the immigration order legal? . . . The National Constitution Center’s constitutional literacy adviser, Lyle Denniston, explains how