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Obama’s hollow good-bye

Although Barack Hussein Obama made history by becoming the first black president in the United States, he routinely used race as a shield or a weapon, and because he is a politician, he found ample opportunities to do so.

Reflections on Watergate and politics in 2016

While the Watergate debacle had profound consequences with several convictions of criminal activity by insider GOP operatives, as well as campaign finance reform, it pales in comparison to the crimes of the current Obama administration, including Hillary Clinton’s role as the former Secretary of State.

Brexit: Great Britain votes not to become Mediocre Britain

LOS ANGELES, June 23, 2016 — Great Britain has voted not to become Mediocre Britain. In a decision that will reverberate for years if not decades to come, British voters opted for “Brexit” from the European Union. Despite polls showing the Remain campaign with a slight advantage, the Leave side won. Sky-high turnout of 70 ...

Justice Scalia still a thorn in Obama’s side

Congress refused to allow Obama to sit a judge to replace Antonin Scalia, and because of the rules Democrats have imposed, going back to Andrew Jackson, they had little to say about it.

Obama takes victory lap in Germany: Celebrating the death of the West

Eight years and several jihadist massacres later, Germans are furious with the Obama administration and their own government for participating in NATO’s 2011 military intervention in Libya, which along with the Syrian civil war has triggered a humanitarian crisis leading 850,000 Muslims to immigrate to Germany in 2015, which is second only to France in hosting Europe’s largest Muslim population.