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Guest post by Busta Troll  Late Saturday Evening the Washington Post ran an article detailing their investigation of the incompetence of the Secret Service protecting the First Family.  The article was disturbing,...

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In a speech delivered this morning to the Congressional Black Caucus, Obama laid out a vision for national unity and equality under the law reminiscent of his defining 2008 campaign. In the...

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  On Sunday, Chuck Todd debuted his Meet the Press tenure by interviewing President Obama.  The two primarily discussed the threat from ISIL, and the President’s handling of it. At the 8:25...

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2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate and regular Fox News contributor, Wayne Allyn Root, said in a radio appearance Wednesday that “police had been cowed into submission by (President) Obama.” In the last...

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by Charles Ornstein ProPublica This story was co-published with NPR’s “Shots” blog. For months, journalists and politicians fixated on the number of people signing up for health insurance through the federal exchange...

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  Tuesday saw yet another in a long string of deadly shootings across America, the latest at a Troutdale, Oregon high school where 14-year old Emilio Hoffman – a freshman –  was shot to death...

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Over the past five years, I bet I’ve had this conversation fifty times: Why didn’t president Obama turn Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and George Bush over for war crimes? Not knowing all...

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 By Marc Belisle In a tense press conference with the conservative media, President Obama announced late Tuesday that US Navy destroyers deployed in the Arctic Circle were firing Tomahawk cruise missiles in...

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A Brief History Of Presidential Apologies

November 17, 2013 | Comments

“It takes a great deal of character to apologize quickly out of one’s heart rather than out of pity. A person must possess himself and have a deep sense of security in...

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As the rollout of the Affordable Care Act website continues to be plagued with difficulties, President Obama is assuring the public that teams are working overtime to fix the technical glitches. In...

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