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Liberal activist and scholar Dr. Cornel West said if President Barack Obama moves ahead with military action against Syria without congressional approval, it would be grounds for impeachment. You would think in some ways grounds for impeachment, West
Facts rebut claim of newspaper bias Posted September 8, 2013 at 12:01 a.m. Walter Wallis, Evansville Some of your right-wing extremist correspondents have implied that the Courier & Press is a left-wing newspaper that is far too easy on Democrats.
PDT Kristoffer Tripplaar/Zuma The conventional snark on President Barack Obama's Syria strategy is that he's made a hash of it. The other day, I bumped into a former Obama administration official who informed me his jaw hit the floor when he watched
I know that expecting politicians to exhibit intellectual consistency is like hoping that a dog will learn to smile: maybe sometimes we might fool ourselves into believing it happened, but it never really will. Which brings us to the recent debate
In 1907, President Theodore Roosevelt contrived a plan to send all 16 of America's battleships his beloved Great White Fleet steaming around the globe, to prove that the United States was now a great maritime power. When word got out, Congress balked,
Reuters As a past critic of President Obama's passivity in the face of Syrian slaughter, I was immensely impressed with the President's forcefulness in holding Bashar Assad accountable for the use of sarin gas. On the contrary, it was Republican
Walter Shapiro's column at Yahoo yesterday might as well be called, "My Hero -- xoxo ." Its actual headline is , "Obama's history-defying decision to seek Congressional approval on Syria." As Instapundit's Glenn Reynolds noted a short time ago : "
John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Syria a meeting that could serve as one of the most significant in Obama's quest for Congressional approval for limited military action in Syria . A Graham spokeswoman confirmed that both senators
After Obama's decision Saturday to seek congressional approval for the military action, House and Senate leaders began laying the groundwork for votes on the use of military force in response for the suspected use of chemical weapons by the Syrian