An ethics watchdog group issued a “liability alert” to President Obama’s Cabinet Monday spelling out the way in which federal law restricts federal employees from engaging in political activities.
Eight years after Barack Obama was swept into the White House on a passionate tsunami of “hope” and “change,” the Democratic Party is being forced to settle for Hillary Clinton, one of the worst presidential candidates in modern history. She is, at best, running marginally ahead of a 74-year-old socialist (who also promises to enact significant “change”) in the race for the 2016 nomination. Her message heading into the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries amounts to: “Realistic, incremental progress on a ruthlessly pragmatic assessment of a status quo characterized by spiritless gridlock in Washington and by the way did you know I’m a grandmother?”
Strengthening the economy and protecting the U.S. from future terrorist attacks topped the list of priorities for Obama and Congress in 2016, according to the latest survey from the Pew Research Center.
The Defense Department said Thursday that it had transferred two more prisoners from the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, one of whom admitted to being a member of al Qaeda and developed explosives for the terror group to target U.S. military personnel and civilians.
President Obama’s travel expenses have cost American taxpayers at least $72 million since he took office, according to a new watchdog report.