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- Navy’s first laser weapon ready for prime time; drone killer to deploy this summer
- Billionaire backer: Rick Santorum ‘needs to be heard’ in 2016
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- DHS accused of holding U.S. citizen at airport, using emails to pry into her sex life
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Latest Barack Obama Items
U.S. law enforcement agencies are working closely with Mexican authorities in the investigation of Tuesday afternoon's shooting of two U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, one of whom was killed in the ambush by unknown assailants on a highway 230 miles north of Mexico City.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama will mark Black History Month at the White House with a celebration of Motown music.
Republican lawmakers on Wednesday hammered the Obama administration's move to regulate the Internet, but Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski stood his ground, offering no apologies for the agency's new "net neutrality" rules.
Wednesday was a whirlwind day for the Obama administration on Capitol Hill.
National Public Radio’s President and CEO Vivian Schiller simply gushed over President Obama’s proposed budget that preserved the funding for public broadcasting that House Republicans would just as soon cut. In expressing her gratitude to the White House, Ms. Schiller helped Republicans make their case.
Last week, the American Conservative Union sponsored the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington. The event, known as CPAC, is to conservatives what the Detroit Auto Show
Increasing the United States' reliance on "clean" energy, as touted by President Obama yet again in this week's budget proposal, would leave Americans just as dependent on unreliable foreign suppliers as we are now on the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries' stranglehold on oil. Instead of a handful of mostly Middle Eastern states, we would be dependent on a single nation for critical energy supplies - China. The threat to both national security and the U.S. economy is obvious to anyone who isn't blinded by environmentalist dogma.
Two years ago today, President Obama signed into law a "stimulus package" that his administration promised would keep unemployment under 8 percent. What has been the result of nearly $1 trillion spent on the so-called "stimulus?" Twenty-one months of unemployment at or above 9 percent, 2.6 million jobs lost, unsustainable budget deficits and an ever-growing national debt.
President Obama has criticized the work done by American intelligence agencies in assessing Middle East unrest. However, as The Washington Times points out ("Obama's jihadist cover-up," Comment & Analysis, Feb. 9), Mr. Obama has adopted policies that have hamstrung intelligence agencies in countering terrorism. By banning terms like "Islamist extremism" and "jihad," the Obama administration has caused intelligence officers to fear that they are putting their careers in jeopardy if they explore too deeply into the connection between radical Islam and terrorism.