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Sotloff Spokesman: Obama White House 'Bullied And Hectored' Family (Video)

In an appearance on CBS This Morning, Wednesday, spokesman for the family of slain journalist Steven Sotloff repeated the charge that his parents were threatened by the Obama administration as they looked for ways to free their son from the Islamic State's grip. Specifically, Barak Barfi the Sotloff spokesman said that they were “bullied and hectored” by a member of the White House Security Council. Sep 17, 2014 11:36 AM PT

Iowa Dem Says She Wouldn't Revoke Passports of Americans Fighting With ISIS (Video)

Appel said, “I would not be urging taking away their passports. I think we need to make sure that we work through the system and look through it on a very diligent basis.” Her comment came after Republican candidate David Young said that if he were elected to Congress, he would call on the State Department to revoke the passports of admitted terrorists. Young, who previously served as U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley’s chief of staff said, “our State Department has that authority. Right now, they’re not doing it. They’re guising it under the gauge of religious freedom — that’s absurd to me.” Sep 17, 2014 9:35 AM PT

Human Rights Foundation Chair Explains Why Allies Don't Trust Obama

The Obama administration's struggle to gather a viable coalition to help the United States beat back ISIS has not gone unnoticed by world chess champion and Human Rights Foundation chair Garry Kasparov, who says he proclaimed that Obama's credibility was ruined after his "Red Line" waffling a year ago.  Sep 15, 2014 9:38 PM PT

Josh Earnest: 'The Coalition Is Coming Together Very Nicely'

Although he declined to comment on any specific commitments made by nations participating in the administration's "broad coalition" to fight the Islamic State, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest did say today that it is "coming together very nicely." Sep 15, 2014 11:46 AM PT

Obama: 'Because We're Leading the Right Way, More Nations Are Joining Our Coalition'

In his weekly address, Saturday, President Obama once again tried to separate himself from the "previous administration" by telling the American people he would avoid making "the mistakes of the past" and crowing that he is "leading the right way" so "more nations are joining our coalition."  He said this despite reports his counter-terrorism effort is receiving only tepid support from even our staunchest allies. Sep 14, 2014 3:36 PM PT

House To Hold Hearing On Marine Jailed In Mexico

During his now infamous Rose Garden appearance with Bowe Bergdahl's parents, President Obama said that "America doesn't leave our people behind," including “American citizens who are unjustly detained abroad and deserve to be reunited with their families, just like the Bergdahls.” Sep 13, 2014 3:52 PM PT


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