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May I Take Your Order?

Yesterday New York Times columnist Ross Douthat spent some time discussing three influences that have led, in his estimation, towards President Obama’s “imperial” presidency.  As a response to last week’s executive order on immigration, conservatives (and others) have raised questions about our system of separation of powers, checks and balances, and the role of the President. 501 more words

Three Possible Scenarios for Iran's Nuclear Talks

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Tayebeh Mohammadikia
PhD Candidate of International Relations in Allameh Tabatabai University, Tehra

Iran‘s nuclear negotiations have reached their sensitive stage. 1,853 more words

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Republican Capitulation Feeds Barack Obama's Tyranny

When Barack Obama announced his plan Thursday night to mainstream millions of illegal immigrants with an executive order allowing them to remain in the United States without facing deportation he not only created a precedent, but a law in itself. 1,113 more words

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American Media Whines About Dress Code

The American media has its collective knickers in a knot over a dress code issued for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s visit. The media seems to think it’s such an important entity that it can do whatever it wants. 351 more words

Media

Obama, Immigration, and the "End" of Bi-Partisanship

The Economist published an opinion about Barack Obama’s executive order that will shelter some undocumented immigrants.  In the article, The Economist correctly highlights the festering political problems destroying America today, but in the end make the claim that Obama’s executive action marks the end of any hope for bi-partisanship in Washington. 171 more words

Politics

THAT NOTORIOUS GATE IN ABUJA BY DELE MOMODU

“….First was the sad news from Ekiti State where seven members of The Ekiti State House of Assembly claimed to have impeached their Speaker in a House of 26 members. 1,355 more words

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