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Many of President Obama’s critics are characterizing him as a bumbling idiot and a traitor for having broken the 55-year old ice between the U.S. and Cuba.
It seems like dystopian mayhem: the US airspace, riddled with opportunistic drones, surveillance vehicles, hell fire missiles and other such lethal projectiles manned by ruthless, unhinged operators.
The past few months have seen great upheavals in the Obama administration, especially regarding the changes to immigration reform.
On Wednesday morning following the midterm elections, a resounding victory call rang through Washington celebrating a freshly elected GOP majority.
However the upcoming midterms turn out, immigration reform will continue to be a hot button issue and will likely need to be decided in the near term.
The file is packed, and weighed down by layers of history that unfolded over almost six years of the Obama administration. Eric Holder, Jr. may be going, vacating the position of Attorney-General once a replacement is found, but he last left a patchwork legacy for what is one of the country’s most onerous yet powerful positions.
By bypassing the U.S. Congress and ordering airstrikes to protect Iraqi civilians and take out ISIS fighters, President Obama ran rough shot over the U.S. Congress.
By Venu Katta
With two years left in office and Obama essentially “phoning it in,” his second term foreign policy goals are more or less DOA. The only trick is not to screw it up too much if his successor is a Democrat.
By Venu Katta
Rather than divide the party in the long run, the internal debate within the Republican Party between the isolationist and interventionist wings is perhaps a way to build a stronger foreign policy platform.
By John Price
The Obama administration has increased the risk of Islamist attacks with the release of five jihadists in exchange for the release of Bowe Bergdahl.
Only in America would oral sex matter between a then-intern and a sitting a U.S. president. But with the Monica Lewinsky-Clinton scandal back in the news, we have something to chat about.
The National Defense Authorization Act of 2014, signed by the President last December, was devil spawn, engendered by a security atmosphere that has the executive and law makers enthral.
Senator Dianne Feinstein said recently that the CIA hacked a computer network established to investigate allegations of CIA abuses during the Bush administration.
President Obama gave a much anticipated speech in which he addressed NSA reforms in light of the Edward Snowden disclosures.
On Friday as he laid out directives to reform the NSA, President Barack Obama deftly touched on several foreign policy issues.