Fighting ISIS in Iraq and Syria has now cost more than $2.4 billion since President Barack Obama authorized sending U.S. forces there last June, Military.com reports. The Pentagon says the US has 2,875 troops in Iraq, and U.S. warplanes have conducted 2,893 airstrikes – hitting 5,314 targets –since bombing began Aug. 8, 2014, the website reports.
Isn’t it about time, someone told Odummer to take his sanctions and shove it? The U.S. is imposing new sanctions on Syria’s government aimed at blunting its weapons programs and pushing it into negotiations with rebels.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in an interview to be broadcast Thursday night on Fox News Channel’s “The Kelly File,” that Israel cannot be expected to accept a nuclear deal with Iran that would threaten its existence.
There you have it, how corrupt a group can be that supposedly works for the people, and it turns out to be a lie. Obama faced fierce opposition from senior citizens for cutting $716 billion from Medicare to pay for his $1.9 trillion expansion of health-insurance coverage to low-income Americans, the organization became one of Obamacare’s chief cheerleaders.
Alan Simpson and Bruce Morrison said the best way to begin to tackle the problems with the American immigration system is to mandate the E-Verify system for all employers as a vehicle for legalizing undocumented workers. The former Republican senator from Wyoming and former Democratic representative from Connecticut say that mandating the employee verification system would satisfy the Republican goal of incremental reform and also meet the Democratic priority of offering permanent legal status to undocumented immigrants who satisfy certain criteria.
On Wednesday, Charles Krauthammer told viewers on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that the Obama administration’s reaction to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s election victory last night “has become unseemly.”
The White House is stripping a federal regulation that made a particular office subject to reporters’ records requests. The rule change means the Freedom of Information Act will no longer apply to the White House Office of Administration. In turn, the policy will allow the Obama White House to reject records requests for that office, just as the last Bush White House did.