President Obama rightfully noted the injustice leading to so many people, largely people of color, thrown in prison for long periods of time because of drug crimes. He wanted to.
Glenn: That there is such vehement condemnation over this strip-search ruling, almost all of which ignores the fact that the Obama administration was fully on board with it and helped.
For reasons I can't understand, every week or so some number of leftier-than-thou commenters who apparently have very romantic picture of American political history quote me as saying that Obama.
Since this failure to bring Congress aboard involves Obama trying to achieve abysmally and unnecessarily conservative ends, I'm pretty sure that this time I'm not going to get much of.
Apparently, a twitter storm has broken out about the post I don't want to get into, but Greenwald's latest has a couple things I wanted to respond to on the.
A Ross Douthat column I agree with almost entirely. In particular, I agree that JFK deserves far more of the blame for Vietnam than he usually gets, and I don't.
My views on this are basically the same as Rob. I don't mean to sound like Nino Scalia, but I actually do believe that the president is bound by the.
Yes, I'd have to say that the primary responsibility for the pending execution of Troy Davis rests with Barack Obama. Article II clearly establishes the president's power to commute death.