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Op-Ed: Obama style in contrast with Bush's shoot-from-hip foreign policy

Washington - In 2003, President George W. Bush's strategy was clear on how to deal with Iraq and his enemy, Saddam Hussein. Bush was known for his unwavering strategies and what was needed to overthrow Hussein. Ridding Iraq of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs).

Islamic State shifts war plan, US at 'tipping point'

Washington - Signs the United States may strike Islamic State militants in their Syrian stronghold reveal a shift in the politics of foreign war in Washington, after the trauma of the post-Iraq era.

Op-Ed: Obama moves to stop militarization of cops and deputies

With it no longer possible to ignore the income disparities in the United States, President Barack Obama is taking action to make sure the rich are not using cops to keep the middle class and mainstream down.

Op-Ed: Obama had tried to rescue photojournalist Foley

Washington D.c. - It was clear there was something even more somber than usual when President Barack Obama talked of the slaughter of photojournalist James Foley, calling him a friend. Obama had sent special forces to try to rescue him, sources are reporting.

Op-Ed: Meaningless marijuana test in St. Louis racial violence

Ferguson - Authorities in St. Louis are getting publicity for a report that the 18-year-old black killed by a white cop had marijuana in his system. Once a claim becomes a “scoop,” the rules of fact checking do not apply.

Amnesty details U.S. murder, torture, war crimes under Obama

A scathing new report from Amnesty International details how the U.S. military has systematically ignored and covered up the torture and killing of innocent civilians committed by its forces in Afghanistan.

Op-Ed: International successes pile up for President Obama on vacation

Edgartown - President Barack Obama is on vacation at Martha's Vineyard, but the international successes are piling up. The rescue mission of civilians on Iraq's Mount Sinjar is being touted as an accomplished mission. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Malki steps aside.

Op-Ed: Obama accomplishes two missions; Iraq's Mount Sinjar, PM resigns

Edgartown - President Barack Obama held a press briefing today in Edgartown, Massachusetts, that was initially announced as an update on the Ferguson, Missouri situation. Instead, Obama led with a discussion of the successful rescue of thousands of Iraqi civilians.

Op-Ed: Have Iraq's 'devil worshippers' pulled off new Great Escape

Sinjar - Teams of U.S. forces landed on Mount 4,448-foot Sinjar in Iraq in a sort of a modern day Moses-like mission to rescue thousands of non-Muslims considered devil worshippers.

Op-Ed: Dick Cheney predicts Hillary Clinton will not be Democrat nominee

Washington, D. C. - Former Vice President Dick Cheney is clearly frustrated and struggling to regain lost credibility from the role played in shaping America' disastrous foreign policy during the failed George W. Bush years, mishandling and botching the events after 9/11.

Fox News contributor: Michelle Obama should 'drop a few' pounds

Fox News contributor Keith Ablow apparently thinks First Lady Michelle Obama is too fat to be an effective advocate of healthy eating among children.

Reagan official says U.S. planning first nuclear strike on Russia

Explaining recent incursions by Russian nuclear-armed bombers into sensitive US airspace, an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under President Ronald Reagan has argued that the U.S. is preparing for a first nuclear strike on Russia and perhaps China.

Obama explains Iraq airstrike operation in his weekly address

Washington, D. C. - At the end of 2011, President Barack Obama announced the end of American involvement in Iraq, a war that he campaigned against during the 2008 Democratic primary and the 2008 General Election. It was this issue that propelled him onto the national scene.

Op-Ed: We must stop ISIS genocide, even if it means boots on the ground

The U.S. has begun launching airstrikes against ISIS insurgents in Iraq who have isolated thousands Yazidis, a non-Muslim minority, on high ground after overrunning the town of Sinjar. But will limited airstrikes be enough to stop ISIS' brutal genocide?

Obama orders airstrikes in Iraq; gold higher, U.S. futures lower

Washington, D. C. - President Barack Obama made a statement from the State Dining Room of the White House, and announced "two operations in Iraq — targeted airstrikes to protect our American personnel, and a humanitarian effort to help save thousands of Iraqi civilians."

Op-Ed: Obama sends Air Force to aid Iraqi Christians

Sinjar - President Barack Obama, risking yet another attack for trying to clean up the Bush Administration’s mess in Iraq, has sent planes to drop food and other supplies to Christians fleeing Sunni Muslims.

NATO warns of Russian assault; troops mass on Ukraine border

Kiev - As the world’s collective media focused on the Israeli/Hamas conflict in the Middle East over the last few weeks, Russia has massed approximately 20,000 combat-ready troops on Ukraine’s border.

Pres. Obama hits all-time low in The NBC/WSJ poll

Washington - Pres. Barack Obama’s overall approval rating has hit an all-time low in the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. The president’s approval rating among Americans is at 40 percent, however the bad news does not stop there.

Schools forced to slim down on bake sales

Once a time-honored, childhood tradition, the scholastic bake sale might not have many semesters left in American schoolhouses.

Op-Ed: Why impeaching Obama is impossible but useful for politicians

Very few Americans, even ones who are in his party, are very happy with Obama now. At the same time history has shown that it is tremendously difficult to impeach a president. Many officials have reasons to call for it anyway.

USDA officials begin changing 50-year-old poultry guidelines

USDA executives have announced plans to overhaul guide lines on poultry which have not changed in 50 years. Inspection systems and laws will all be examined and changed for the modern-day industry.

Op-Ed: Israel spied on John Kerry during failed peace talks

Tel Aviv - Destroying whatever credibility it had left with President Barack Obama’s administration, Israel has been caught spying on Secretary of State John Kerry’s Middle East peace mission.

U.S. economy keeps rolling, 6 straight months of strong job gains

New numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show the U.S. economy improving in ways it has not done for almost two decades. Under President Barack Obama's administration, the economy has now added at least 200,000 jobs for six straight months.

House passes border crisis bill as Obama vows to act alone

Washington - The US Congress has passed two measures to stem the flow of Central American children into the United States despite the strong objections of President Barack Obama, who vowed to address the crisis unilaterally.

U.S. House of Representatives votes to sue Obama

Washington - The Republican-led House of Representatives voted Wednesday to sue President Barack Obama for allegedly overstepping his powers, a move swiftly denounced by his Democratic allies as a cynical election-year stunt.

Iran calls on Muslims worldwide to arm Gaza

Tehran - On Tuesday, during his Eid al-Fitr address, Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei spent most of his time talking about the Israel-Gaza conflict, condemning Israel while calling the attacks on Gaza "genocide."

Obama plans to use executive power to allow illegals to stay

Washington, D. C. - U.S. President Barack Obama is planning to use executive authority to issue millions of work permits to those who entered the country illegally if no congressional action occurs by the end of summer.

Op-Ed: Bill Maher — Asks GOPers for specifics of what Obama’s doing wrong

Los Angeles - Critics of President Barack Obama love to say that he lacks leadership, that he doesn't have the respect of the world or that he isn't strong enough when it comes to foreign policy. Ask that same critic for specific examples and they come up empty.

Putin faces lawsuit in Malaysian jet downing

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin is facing a lawsuit in the shooting down and murder of 298 Malaysian airlines employees and passengers. The White House says Putin is "culpable."

Putin allegedly fires artillery on Ukraine as bodies retrieved

Donetsk - Instead of backing off because of the world’s condemnation of Russia for the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner, Moscow began an artillery barrage into Ukraine territory Thursday.
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One slide in "The Life of Julia," a web slideshow on President Barack Obama's re-election website.
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President Barack Obama meets with his National Security Staff
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President Obama shows his appreciation for Teodoro Obiang at a reception in New York. Sept. 2009.
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President Obama walking around the grounds of Buckingham Palace in London, England
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A YouTube screengrab of the election results.
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President Obama upon arriving in Afghanistan
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Geithner to leave in consideration of family.
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French President Francois Hollande
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President Barack Obama talks with Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on the patio outside the Oval Office
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President Barack Obama on Labor Day in Detroit, 2011
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Police officers stationed outside the House of Blues venue to ensure safety for President Obama.
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President Barack Obama meets with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin at his dacha outside Moscow, Russia, July 7, 2009
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