2 federal agencies charged with keeping potential terrorists off airplanes and out of the country have been without their top leaders for nearly a year. It took the Obama administration more than 8 months to nominate anyone to lead the Transportation
MORE Obama “Smart Power”: The USA’s substitution of wishful thinking for foreign policy is evident in US reactions to Iran’s meddling in Yemen and Saudi Arabia. [NOTE: This piece was sent in by the author before the attempted bombing of NWA 523 which
"I try to avoid hyperbole, but I think Obama is possibly the most dangerous and destructive president we have ever had."—Nat Hentoff. He proceeds to justify this statement.
The climatic con game and the healthcare hustle continue to haunt average Americans with false claims and false hopes. The only real substance with in both of these unconstitutional mandates is the funneling of taxpayer dollars out of the taxpayers p
Step right up for the best in entertaining invective on Janet Napolitano's 'the system worked' assessment. Reaction was "strong, swift and smackdown-bringing"--to say the least.
"I'm from the Government and I'm here to help--as soon as you fill out these forms in triplicate proving you don't need help."
The latest fiasco is the Great Christmas Ornament Scandal. Breitbart's Big Government blog got its knickers in a twist over one of the Obama White House's Christmas trees decorated with the face of Chinese Communist dictator, Mao Zedong.
As President Barack Obama vacations in Hawaii, officials say he's keeping up to date on what's described as a terror attempt on board a Northwest Airlines plane that was about to land in Detroit. A Nigerian man was detained on the flight from Am
Of all the decisions of President Obama’s first year, the one that history may most condemn is his betrayal of freedom-loving Iranians dying in the streets. For a president so in love with his own words, these protesters are the one group for which h
We've been saying for over a year that Obama is no better than Bush. If you thought he was going to do something about torture or civil liberties, think again. It happened earlier this week,
The two chief executives of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could get paid as much as $6 million for 2009, despite the companies' dismal performances this year which cost taxpayers more than $100 billion. Fannie's CEO, Michael Williams, and Freddie CEO
Barack Obama - worse than George Bush
Conservative attorney Larry Klayman filed a lawsuit against the White House Monday demanding that it release information on healthcare meetings with lobbyists. The lawsuit, filed in federal district court, charges the Obama administration violated
Nixon was a bush leagerer. Disturbing Executive Order that Obama signed Sunday grants Interpol immunity from subpoenas, searches, FOIA--in short, it allows Interpol to collect data on US citizens without any redress. A ‘separate’ Interpol agency has
Lowest approval numbers yet for this president, after the 60th Senate vote was secured for his health care proposals. Now, that's bounce you can believe in.
After months of debate, the 60 members of the Democratic caucus united to cut off extended debate on the health care bill. It marked the first concrete step in the Senate to pass the overhaul bill
President Obama plans to deal with a Dec. 31 deadline that automatically would declassify secrets in more than 400 million pages of Cold War-era documents by ordering government-wide changes that could sharply curb the number of new and old governmen
Obama administration - the audacity of corrupted power
The daily report from Rasmussen and it contains a few tidbits. The Indianapolis Colts are the popular pick to win the Super Bowl and Obama's approval is at -15.
In a rare early Saturday morning vote, the Senate passed a massive Pentagon spending bill that includes nearly $130 billion for the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, a measure Republicans had tried to block as a means of delaying action on President Obam
The Obama administration refused Friday to follow a federal judge's order to provide insurance benefits to the wife of a lesbian court employee in San Francisco and said its hands were tied by a discriminatory law.
"Meaningful and unprecedented" was President Obama's declaration. The rest of the world's press begged to differ--and did. We take a look at the headlines from the world's press on Copenhagen.
Kenyan-born US Senate hopeful, Barrack Obama, appeared set to take over the Illinois Senate seat after his main rival, Jack Ryan, dropped out of the race on Friday night amid a furor over lurid sex club allegations.
President Barack Obama said on Wednesday raising taxes or cutting spending would be the "wrong thing to do" next year when the U.S. economy is still fragile and this would be reflected in his budget plan and State of the Union speech.
As President Obama flies to Copenhagen later today to join dozens of other heads of state at the climate change talks there, The New York Times joins other media outlets in concluding that "continued bickering among delegations would seem to be maki
It’s the case of the accidental tourists who wound up in the East Room of the White House having breakfast with Obama two weeks before the Salahis gatecrashed their way into a State Dinner. The White House explanation, that the couple was “vetted” th
It wasn't a state dinner, and they didn't crash it on purpose. Still, a Georgia couple who showed up at the White House a day early for a tour somehow wound up at an invitation-only breakfast with President Obama and the first lady.
Former IL governor Blagojevich's lawyers want the FBI to give up details of interviews conducted last year of President Obama, his chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, White House adviser Valerie Jarrett and others as part of the investigation.
The president has packed his economic team with Wall Street insiders intent on turning the bailout into an all-out giveaway
The White House plans to announce Tuesday that a rural Illinois prison will be acquired by the federal government to become the new home for a limited number of Guantanamo Bay detainees. Administration officials as well as Illinois Sen. Richard Du