The White House Thinks They Had a Good Year. They’re Mistaken

After resigning as secretary of defense in 2013, Leon Panetta delivered one of the most incisive critiques of President Obama’s leadership. Obama does not suffer from “a failing of ideas or of intellect,” Panetta argued. “He does, however, sometimes lack fire. Too often, in my view, the president relies on the logic of a law…
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Schumer’s Opposition to Iran Deal Stirs Up the Democrat Hornet’s Nest

President Obama is more a proselytizer than a president at this point. He’s not going to try and convince you that his policy positions are correct, he’s just going to pressure you to jump on the bandwagon and have faith. Oh, and if you happen to disagree on the merits, then he’s going to attack…
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Obama’s Disastrous Proposal to Pay for “Free” Community College By Taxing Savers

Community colleges are great things. They fill a higher education niche that the traditional college system dramatically under serves. In doing so, they provide a quality educational option for a variety of students who may otherwise be unable to pursue a degree. But we don’t need to reinvent the wheel in singing their praises, the…
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Republicans Reach for Bipartisanship, Obama Grabs the Veto Stamp

As the curtain lifts on the new Congress, a new political drama appears brewing in the wings of Washington. Over the past four years the media has crafted a story in which do-gooder Democrats fought the good fight against the GOP’s intransigence. There were heroes (President Obama), there were villains (Mitch McConnell), and there were…
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