Is he walking away or being shoved out the door? That's the subject likely to be discussed and debated over the next few days, after President Obama announced the resignation of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel at a White House ceremony Monday.
Obama's use of the official White House website to drive his (and his party's) agenda is improper. His deceptive and manipulative tactics on social media are creating a false perception.
On Nov. 22 Saturday Night Live broadcast a satiric Obama-era update to the School House Rock video “I'm Just a Bill,” lampooning the president's executive order pretending to change the status of five million immigrants with a stroke of the pen.
Some unintended consequences of Washington State's new gun control laws are just beginning to surface.
A November 18 vote to allow the USA Freedom Act to proceed to the floor of the Senate for debate fell two votes short of the 60 required to end a Republican-led filibuster and failed by a margin of 58-42. Only four Republicans — Ted Cruz of Texas, Dean Heller of Nevada, Mike Lee of Utah, and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska — voted “Yea” with 52 Democrats and two independents. One Democrat, Bill Nelson of Florida, voted “Nay.”