I wouldn’t say, as the cartoon does, that President Obama is Israel’s enemy. But to the extent he’s a friend, it’s kind of in the manner of a divorced husband – civil for the sake of the children, sends checks, but is not the least bit affectionate nor particularly concerned how his relationships with other women whom he prefers impact his former wife. And, I’d say,
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest today indicated it was uncertain whether Vice President Biden would attend next month’s speech by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Congress, saying, in effect, that it would depend on whether Biden can work it into his schedule. “The vice president’s schedule for that week has not yet been set,” Earnest said near the beginning of the briefing. But Earnest
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It seems to be hiding a lot of things in a lot of places. In what must be the most under-reported story of the past year, some two thirds of the inspectors general in the government think the administration is stonewalling their lawful efforts to oversee government activities. Three of them testified Tuesday before the House Oversight Committee, newly chaired by Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah). Many
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