Obama Learns the Price of Ruling by Executive Fiat

President Obama has been openly covetous of building a legacy that would secure his name in the history books. “I have no desire to be one of those presidents who are just on the list – you see their pictures lined up on the wall,” Obama told historian Doris Kearns Goodwin in 2007. “I really…
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The Fourth Estate is Broken, and the White House Knows It

It’s very rare to get a peak behind the curtain into how the policy sausage is made in this White House. But every time we do, Americans come out looking like suckers. First, we learned about White House Senior Adviser David Plouffe’s strategy dubbed “stray voltage,” in which they purposefully spark controversy, often by knowingly…
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Obama Must Act to Stop Iran’s Nuclear Provocations

The Iranian nuclear deal had many flaws. It allowed Iran to fully develop a nuclear weapons program in 15 years, after which the United Nations will lift almost all restrictions on the program. No centrifuges were set to be destroyed, and indeed the deal gave Iran tacit approval to conduct research on advanced centrifuges, which…
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