Barack Obama

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Obama's Bucket Full of Contempt

Liberals found humor when Obama joked at the White House Correspondents Dinner that his new agenda of executive actions rhymes with "bucket."
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Priorities: Networks Cover First Dog Bo 28 Times More Than Armenian Genocide

ABC, CBS, NBC only once mention Obama’s failed promise to acknowledge murder of 1.5 million.
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5 Absurd ‘Equal Pay’ Comments in Time for Bogus Holiday

Left marks Equal Pay Day on April 14, in spite of debunked statistics.
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The Washington Post's Obama Deniers

The Washington Post says Ted Cruz is unfit for the presidency because he won't compromise with his foes. Isn't that what President Obama is doing now?
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Rampaging Against Republican 'Traitors,' and Do the Media Really Hate Hillary Clinton?

The New York Times laughably says Hillary Clinton's "toughest foe" in 2016 will be the news media, even as CBS anchor Scott Pelley scoffs at the "hyperventilating" over the ex-Secretary of State's ...
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Study: Nets Bury Obama's Iran Deal Under Criticism of GOP Letter

A new study by the Media Research Center has found ABC, CBS and NBC gave three times more coverage to critics of the GOP letter than to supporters, and more than eight times as much airtime ...
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Media Fury Over Criticism of Obama; Acknowledging a "Huge Double Standard"

Journalists lash out at ex-NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani after he says he doesn't think Obama loves America, calling that "hateful" "crap," even as Bloomberg's Mark Halperin agrees Democrats have said ...
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Obama's War on Transparency

Obama began his presidency promising a new "unprecented level of openness." This has become a cosmic joke.
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From the Land of Make-Believe

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At Grammys, Obama Promotes ‘Partnership’ With Soros-Funded Group

President pushes campaign sponsored by White House and Center for American Progress.
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