Who has a dream?
How about a dream that everyone obeys the laws?
That’s a good dream, but U.S. President Obama and the Democratic Party don’t share it.
President Obama, today, questioned the Republican and Donald Trump's claim that his administration is weak against terror because he has failed to use the name "Islamic terror".
On Sunday morning, the world discovered the horrors of the Orlando terror attack at the Pulse gay nightclub.
When America awoke to the news, the social media boards, particularly Twitter and Facebook, exploded. Trump proponents blamed Obama and Clinton and the discussion turned to how President Obama would not use the word “Islamic terror” and would blame guns.
The "hot button" issue of the competing rights for gays, transgenders, religious libertis, states rights and others moved up a notch on Friday when the Obama administration issued what its opponents call an overreaching directive involving transgenders use of bathrooms in public schools and universities.
The controversy has taken a local turn as the State Attorney General Jeff Landry annd others have opined against the Obama administration and a resolution is beinng debated in the Louisiana Senate.
U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez promoted the today's news release of the March 2016 Employment Situation report released today:
Once again, President Obama is in the wrong place at the wrong time. Today, it was Havana, Cuba, the home of the tyrannical Castro brothers, murderous communist dictators.
Today, the President concluded his historic visit to the island nation. It was the first official trip by a U.S. President since Calvin Coolidge 88 years ago.
Since President Obama is in the homestretch of his second term and does not have to worry about re-election, so he can finally be himself and it is quite a scary sight.
Of course, the President has been a liberal since the first day of his administration, but, in these final months, his agenda will be even more strident and more progressive.
President Barack Obama issued his last State of the Union Address on Tuesday and highlighted improvements and disappointments over the past seven years.
Here is the transcript of the speech and highlights.
The White House, in advance of the full court press to gather public support for his gun control executive order has issued a "Fact Sheet" explaining how these new actions would "reduce violence and make our communities safer.
President Barack Obama opened up the gun control debate for Election Year 2016 with an executive order intended to reduce gun violence in the United States.