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Gallup: Independents “Strong Disapproval” of Obama Three Times Higher than “Strong Approval”

The latest Gallup polling on Obama’s approval rating shows self-described “independents” are not pleased with what the President is doing. 39% “strongly disapprove” of the President’s handling of his job, compared with only 11% who “strongly approve.” That’s not a

Posted in Obama Administration

Personal Data Hacked from Electronic Medical Records

If you’ve been treated at a hospital that’s part of Community Health Systems, you might want to keep a close eye on your bank accounts and credit scores for a while. They got hacked: (Reuters) – Community Health Systems Inc

Posted in Healthcare and health insurance, Obama Administration

Trouble Brewing On Team Blue?

Mike Lillis over at The Hill is up today with a piece on communications troubles between the House Democrats and the President’s team (h/t Conservative Wanderer), which has started me to wondering if we’re beginning to see the formation of

Posted in Democratic Party, Election 2014, House of Representatives, Obama Administration

Obamacare Signups Increasingly Not Paying Premiums

More bad news on the Obamacare front: Aetna’s (NYSE:AET) ObamaCare exchange statistics should clear up any doubt as to why the Obama Administration has been tight-lipped about enrollment since celebrating 8 million sign-ups in mid-April. Reality, evidence suggests, could require

Posted in Domestic Policy, Healthcare and health insurance, Obama Administration

What Do We Want In Iraq?

Does the Obama Doctrine buy us anything? For the record, I’m taking this as the Obama Doctrine: โ€œWhen we face a situation like we do on that mountain โ€” with innocent people facing the prospect of violence on a horrific

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Posted in ISIS, National Defense & Security, Obama Administration, Terrorism, War on Terror

War In Iraq, The Sequel

Early this morning, two Navy F/A-18 Hornets off the carrier USS George H. W. Bush attacked an ISIS mobile howitzer (howitzer: short-barreled artillery piece, with less range than a “gun,” but capable of high-angle fire to loft shells over an

Posted in ISIS, Middle East, National Defense & Security, Obama Administration, Terrorism, War on Terror

Re: Less Flexibility at Work?

Krystyna, when is the EEOC gonna look at the Obama White House, which famously pays female staffers less than male, and also gives the females lower raises? I think the best place to start is right at the top. ๐Ÿ˜€

Posted in Employment and unemployment, Obama Administration

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