The only limit on the president’s power that he recognizes is political expediency.
Several days ago the United Arab Emirates government published a comprehensive list of what they consider the main terrorist organizations
On the evening of November 4th, President Obama underwent an intervention—yet it failed to have the desired effect.
By the looks of it, the prospect of a nuclear deal between the United States and Iran by next Monday's deadline doesn't look promising
Obama believes Congress exists to do his bidding, nothing more. And if Congress does not do his bidding, then Obama believes he has the “lawful authority” to do what he wants...
The last thing we need is another global U.N. initiative looking for cash.
Peace in the Middle East will come when the two parties involved both seek peace — not when one must constantly defend itself against terrorist attacks.
So far, the health-care economist has received at least $5,886,150 in taxpayer-funded health-care-consulting fees, mainly from the federal government.
...as the euphoria dissipates, let me add a cautionary note--the victory was not a grand as it seems since the Left (and this includes the Democratic Party) still dominates the political culture.
The Daily Caller reports that “All told, Gruber has earned at least $5,893,100 for his work for federal and state governments...”
The Ottoman Sheikh ul-Islam (supreme Muslim religious authority) issued fatwas (religious edicts) declaring a jihad against non-Muslim state enemies of the last Muslim “Caliphate.”
There are several ways to see the National Cathedral's decision to host Islamic Friday prayers this week.
The U.S.-Mexican border is wide open to potential terrorists.
... the most egregious of political correctness stances is the one that maintains that Obama cannot be impeached because of the melanin level in his skin.
MIT Professor Jonathan Gruber’s comments regarding the “stupidity of the American voter” have sparked outrage.