In a recent interview with ABC News, Attorney General Eric Holder spewed more racist nonsense. He claimed that some of his critics and the President's critics were motivated by "racial animus."
According to a six month Gallup survey, President Obama is very popular with only one group of Americans, Muslims, registering an astounding 72% approval rating. It is a much different story among all Americans as the President scores a weak 43% approval rating.
The immigration crisis in America is real and dangerous. Neither President Obama nor the Congress is willing to deal with this crisis, and as a result the American people are not being served by the Washington politicians who are acting politically and irresponsibly.
The recent debate over Iraq and Isis has re-engaged Americans to discuss how and why the US entered the Iraq war under President Bush, in the first place and whether the Obama administration has aggravated the problems, now resulting in a worse risk to this country and our interests, than ever before.
|At the Georgetown Waterfront Park in Washington, D.C., which looks out onto the Francis Scott Key Bridge, the president asked lawmakers to close a tax loophole for companies that send profits overseas in order to fill the coffers of the Highway Trust Fund.
|President Obama offered some tips to his administration heads about how to affect change legislatively in the face of unprecedented partisanship in Washington.
by Ron Chapman
President Obama has already set a record with twenty unanimous Supreme Court decisions against his administration among other simple majority rejections. One would think he would re-appraise his approach to governance and recognize that he may be over-extending the constitutional limits of Presidential power.
|President Obama wondered during an LGBT reception at the White House how his pastry chef makes his pies so addictive.
|The president and first lady welcomed supporters of same-sex rights to the White House for a reception honoring LGBT Pride Month.
|Paul Rieckhoff, the CEO and founder of the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, explains what Bob McDonald – President Obama’s pick to be the next secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) – needs to do to restore trust to the agency.