USA Today on Monday joined a growing list of news agencies boycotting the use of official White House photography over what it says is an unprecedented lack of access to the president.
My must read of the day is “Was There An Alternative to the Iran Deal?” in Commentary.
The Justice Department has changed its strategy against the Louisiana Scholarship program, abandoning its request for a permanent injunction in favor of a “process of review,” a move Gov. Bobby Jindal (R.) warns could regulate the program out of existence.
Education Secretary apologized on Monday for comments made that opponents to Common Core academic standards are “white suburban moms” scared that “their child isn’t as brilliant as they thought.”
The White House is trying to blame insurance companies for lost insurance plans, but the Washington Post fact checker says this is untrue.
The Obama administration may have violated federal contracting rules by awarding “a plum no-bid contract for $100,000” contract to the firm that created the logo for First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign, according to Judicial Watch.
Pro-Israel leaders on Monday expressed alarm over what they characterized as the Obama administration’s efforts to sow division among Jewish leaders in order to advance a policy that they say would permit Iran to cross the nuclear threshold.
President Barack Obama has surrounded himself with a team of loyalists who are more committed to supporting him than running the federal bureaucracy. Meanwhile, long-time Washington officials who have shown shreds of competence in the past are being swept aside.