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Is the Obama strategy in Iraq facing a credibility issue?
The story from the White House is that the Islamic State is losing their war and that Iraq and other nations in the Middle East are becoming more secure every day. The story from nearly every news outlet and analyst outside of United States paints a much more grim pictureRead More
Clinton used multiple emails after all
Between Hillary Clinton’s campaign team and her lawyer, they left absolutely zero doubt that the former Secretary of State had one email address during her tenure. They were militant in their convictions about the certainty of this fact and they were indignant towards anyone who would remotely suggest otherwise. AsRead More
Democrats block Obama
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is far from defeated, but President Barack Obama’s big push, supported by many Republicans, hit a roadblock today when the Democrats and many Tea Party members found a common foe. They were able to block “fast track” authority that would have given the President the ability toRead More
Skepticism in Middle East precedes summit
Persian Gulf nations are hoping to put firm agreements in place with the United States for security in the region. The “gentleman agreements” that have been in place for decades are no longer enough for Middle East nations to trust the Untied States in general and specifically the Obama administrationRead More
Is Midazolam to inhumane for lethal injections?
Many executions in the United States occur through lethal injection and one of the most popular components in these lethal injections is the drug Midazolam. It is often the first of multiple drugs administered and acts like Xanax or Valium to reduce pain and to force unconsciousness prior to lethalRead More
Companies are still not liable for sharing cyber-security information with Homeland Security
It wasn’t as controversial as some of the privacy an security proposals that have crossed politicians’ desks in recent years, but there is still some concern from privacy advocates and consumer rights groups about the congressional passage of the so-called “threat-sharing” cyber-security bill. It easily passed the the House ofRead More
Italian PM Renzi’s electoral law proposal if ruffling feathers
When a politician proposes new rules to the way his or her country’s elections are handled, there’s always going to be push back. It usually comes in the form of complaints from other parties, the media, and usually even the people. In the case of Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’sRead More
White House relents to Senate demands for voice in Iran deal
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry will have to bring their Iran deal before congress before it can be finalized. This comes about in a most uncommon way in today’s political world – through bipartisan agreement that goes against the wishes of the President.
The criticism of Marco Rubio is already rolling in
He has been a candidate for the GOP nomination for president less than four hours and the mainstream media is already saying that he has no chance. Marco Rubio is the latest to get have the naysayers at the NY Times calling him out before his campaign has even begun.
Hillary is officially a candidate
It comes as no surprise to anyone that Hillary Clinton is now officially running for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States for the 2016 election. It should also come as no surprise that her campaign is going to focus on being aligned with the people. The questionRead More