Adan Salazar, “We recognize all they have done to bring us to this point…” The Obama administration yesterday declared the month of June to be LGBT Pride month. As in the previous seven years, an official declaration on the White House website Monday calls for Americans to unite behind the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender
When President Obama unilaterally released five Taliban prisoners from Gitmo in exchange for the return of US soldier Bowe Bergdahl, he violated several federal statutes that carry stiff criminal penalties. Obama violated the law by providing “material support” to a known terrorist organization and “aiding and abetting” the enemy. This was done by releasing personnel
If four years ago, Barack Obama was the magnetic force around which Democrats rallied, today the relationship between the president and his party appears to be a bit cooler. The president still has his idolaters and they will be conspicuous in Charlotte this week. But, as Politico reports today, Democratic officeholders and many party activists
Mitt Romney is saying that he, not Obama, is for the middle class, while Barack Obama is saying, “No, no, I’m for the middle class, not Mitt Romney.
Macroman wrote: No one detests President Obama more than I, but I must point out two overstatements in this column. 1. “…employment in 2012 is roughly the same as it was back in 2001…Obama has compressed a lost decade into just three years.” Labor force participation has been declining since 2000, not just 2008. That
Feds end probe of ‘America’s toughest sheriff’ Joe Arpaio; no charges Excerpts Via NBC News The federal government has closed a criminal probe of alleged financial misconduct by Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio, who styles himself as “America’s toughest sheriff,” and no charges will be filed, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said on Friday.A separate federal investigation
Mitt Romney wasn’t speaking to the delegates at the Republican convention in Tampa on Thursday night. He stood before them, but he wasn’t speaking to them. That’s probably why he didn’t exactly swing his message like some sack of red meat to throw at their feet. Instead, he reached past them — through the TV
The reviews of Rep. Paul Ryan’s acceptance speech for the Republican vice presidential nomination are in, and it’s being cited as a success. Is there any wonder that the Obama campaign staffers and surrogates are in full-blown damage control mode, screaming that Paul was unfair in some of his criticisms of President Barack Obama? You’ve