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An Lively President: Obama on the March As the GOP Preps to Operate Congress

Because last month’s election, the President has been a occupied fellow. He’s traveled to China, heralded what he named a “turning point” in American army affairs, “signed a Presidential Memorandum that prohibits foreseeable future oil and gas drilling in Alaska’s Bristol Bay” and land regions close to it and introduced a new director for the… Read More An Lively President: Obama on the March As the GOP Preps to Operate Congress

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Washington Submit asks: “What went improper for President Obama?”

We are all waiting for today’s essential election returns and for the publish-mortems that will inevitably comply with. But our hometown newspaper, the Washington Submit, is not waiting around for the ballots to be documented tonight (and perhaps some to be forged in Louisiana on December sixth with, perhaps, some even to be introduced in… Read More Washington Submit asks: “What went improper for President Obama?”

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Likeability, Character, and Barack Obama

A new Linked Push-GfK poll on President Obama finds that “while (President) Obama’s likeability numbers have recovered considerably, doubts about his decisiveness and honesty persist. A lot more than 50 percent of Americans would not describe him as decisive or trustworthy. Fifty-two percent don’t locate him particularly inspiring.”