Obama’s contradictions at the UN General Assembly US President Barack Obama’s final speech at the UN General Assembly has been touted as an excellent example of polished political rhetoric. It is, of course, within conventional parameters that such a generic analysis can be applied. As his track record ... 09/25/2016 - 1:11 am | View Link
The Twilight of Obama's Aloof and Tone-Deaf Liberal Worldview Matthew Continetti writes at the Washington Free Beacon on what President Obama's final address to the United Nations General Assembly tells us about the failure of Obama's worldview: For a stress-induced headache you take an aspirin. What's happening in ... 09/25/2016 - 12:19 am | View Link
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pokes fun at Obama's golf habit In the meantime, Israel launched a third, massive offensive in Gaza (more than 2,200 Palestinians killed; whole city blocks reduced to rubble), the past year has seen a precipitous rise in Palestinian attacks on Israelis (32 killed in the last 12 months ... 09/25/2016 - 12:06 am | View Link
Obama’s problem from hell President Obama has written off the war in Syria as somebody else’s problem from hell, refusing to admit that by his sins of commission and omission he did in fact help open the gates of hell to engulf millions of Syrians. Obama’s approach to Syria ... 09/24/2016 - 11:10 pm | View Link
US lawmakers vow to override Obama’s veto of Sept 11 bill against Saudi govt US lawmakers are vowing to decisively override President Barack Obama’s veto of a bill to allow families of September 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia. Obama rejected the bill on Friday. He said the legislation could leave American troops ... 09/24/2016 - 10:44 pm | View Link
NEW YORK—Democrats would love Donald Trump to talk about sex. And it looks like he will. As threats emanated from Trump Tower on Tuesday that the Republican nominee was preparing to name-check Bill Clinton’s mistresses – alleged or otherwise – Hillary Clinton’s aides and allies huddled hopefully in Brooklyn, eager for another opportunity to expose their opponent’s thin skin and rile up the female voters both campaigns need for the win.
NEW YORK – Wall Street rallied on Tuesday as investors appeared to cheer Hillary Clinton’s strong performance in the first presidential debate and rest a bit easier about the prospect of Donald Trump winning the White House. U. S. stock futures rose sharply immediately following the debate, which most pundits and surveys suggested the Democratic nominee won handily.
When it comes to picking fights with Republicans over Cuba, President Barack Obama has apparently decided he's only a lame-duck, second-term president once. The president announced Tuesday that he has nominated Jeffrey DeLaurentis, the top U. S. diplomat currently serving in Cuba, to serve as America's official ambassador to the communist-led country.
Donald Trump answers a question during the presidential debate in Hempstead, N. Y., Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (Credit: AP/David Goldman)
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Donald Trump’s debate performance was bad; so says the general consensus among even casual political observers who last night witnessed the GOP candidate hold his ground about 10 minutes before sinking into a pool of Rosie O’Donnell insults and begging Sean Hannity for a life preserver.
Even conservative pundits, who have every reason to spin the GOP candidate’s debate performance into a sign that their bloviating demagogue is prepared to be the leader of the most powerful country in the world, are wringing their hands.
Huffington PostThere Is No Good Way To Explain Donald Trump's Climate Change TweetHuffington PostHEMPSTEAD, N. Y. ― A number of fairly mendacious statements were made during Monday night's first presidential debate. But arguably the most brazen involved Donald Trump's views on climate change. The GOP nominee was called to task for claiming
Hillary Clinton spent much of her Tuesday rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, touching on Donald Trump's greatest hits from Monday night's debate, pounding them home one by one with gusto.
One of her best advances reflected on Trump's assertion that not paying any federal taxes is "smart," seemingly a confirmation that he hasn't paid them.