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Russia Opposes U.N. Resolution, Demands Obama Call off Strike

Those who believe that Russia saying yes to Secretary of State John Kerry's blunder of an offer Monday is nothing more than Vladmir Putin checkmating President Obama into a humiliating diplomatic corner, now have even more reason to believe that. Tuesday, President Obama reversed course and accepted a United Nations proposal on Syria. According to France's foreign minister, Russia is already balking at a UN proposal to control Syria's chemical weapons. Sep 10, 2013 9:41 AM PT

Obama Reverses Course, Syria Resumes Airstrikes Against Rebels

Monday night, across six television networks, President Obama publicly reversed course in his determination to launch a unilateral war against Syria. Grabbing a lifeline extended by Syria's best friend Russia, Obama agreed to consider a proposal blundered into by Secretary of State John Kerry that would allow Syria to avoid war if they surrendered their chemical weapons. The likely result of America blinking, as Reuters reports, that Syrian "jets returned to the sky to bomb rebel positions in Damascus for the first time since the West threatened force." Sep 10, 2013 9:05 AM PT

Russian Parliament Gloats as Putin Checkmates Obama Over Syria

Watching one administration bungle after another unfurl, Alexi Pushkov , the chairman of the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee, is publicly mocking Obama. Via Twitter, Pushkov wrote that this mess “knocks the ground out from under Obama’s plans for a military strike.” Sep 10, 2013 7:29 AM PT

U.S. Official: Kerry's Syria Red Line a 'Major Goof'

Monday morning in London, Secretary of State John Kerry apparently went off script with the hypothetical suggestion that the Syrian government could avoid American air strikes if Bashir Assad would turn over all of his chemical weapons within a week. CNN reports that a U.S official called Kerry's unsanctioned red line a "major goof." Sep 9, 2013 12:07 PM PT

During White House Push for Syria War, Public Opposition Surges

For all of last week, President Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry, and administration surrogates flooded the public zone with evidence and arguments in support of a unilateral war against Syria. Pew polled the public before the week before the push began and immediately after. The results are potentially disastrous for the president. Public opposition to war with Syria has surged by double digits -- from 48% to 63%. Sep 9, 2013 11:45 AM PT

Putin Takes Advantage of Kerry Blunder

In an obvious desire to make Kerry pay for his flub and throw a wrench in Obama's determination to go to war with Syria, Putin has seized upon Kerry's hypothetical and called on Syria to accept Kerry's offer and turn over all of its chemical weapons. No one believes Assad would ever willingly give up his chemical weapons, but should he agree to an offer the Obama administration did not mean to make, it could stall American action for weeks and even months. Sep 9, 2013 10:44 AM PT

State Dept. Erases Kerry's Red Line

During a London press briefing Monday, Secretary of State John Kerry apparently created a brand new red line for Syria without first clearing it with President Obama or his own State Department. Unfortunately, Kerry's words have already spun out of diplomatic control with Russia and the United Kingdom taking Kerry at his word before State could take it back. Sep 9, 2013 9:13 AM PT

Five Things Politico Didn't Tell You in 'Dove' Attack Against GOP

Politico does pay a little lip service to Republican concerns about Obama's lack of an international coalition and how we learned through Afghanistan and Iraq that nothing is easy in the Middle East. But as is usually the case when Politico is flaking for Obama, the main thrust of the article is, to be blunt, an audacious lie -- a lie of omission in what Politico chose not to tell its readers. Sep 9, 2013 7:48 AM PT

Bloomberg Rips Mayoral Frontrunner De Blasio's Campaign as 'Racist'

As of right now Bill de Blasio is the man to beat in the race to be the next mayor of New York City. The latest polls put him at 43%, which is enough to avoid a run-off in the Democratic primary, and it is widely believed that whoever wins the Democratic primary will sail into office. For the most part, sitting mayor, Michael Bloomberg, has stayed out of the race, but in an extensive interview with New York Magazine the term-limited Independent ripped de Blasio's campaign as "class-warfare and racist": Sep 7, 2013 7:42 AM PT

Ed Asner: Hollywood Not Criticizing Obama On Syria Because He's 'Black'

If you are wondering where anti-war Hollywood has been as Obama proves he's not Bush, but only by rushing into a Middle East war with no international coalition and United Nations backing, Ed Asner has the explanation: "A lot of people don't want to feel anti-black by being opposed to Obama," Asner explained to the Hollywood Reporter. Sep 7, 2013 7:10 AM PT

CNN, CBS News, ABC News Honchos Have Obama Administration Family Ties

What is especially interesting is that three of the White House officials listed here, who are related in some way to mainstream media big shots, have ties to the Benghazi scandal. Tom Nides is at State, Ben Rhoades was part of the talking point debacle, and Jay Carney spent over a week repeatedly making false claims about terrorists being behind the September 11th anniversary attack on our diplomatic outpost. Sep 7, 2013 6:43 AM PT

Black Unemployment Leaps to 13%

While there was all kinds of bad news for everyone in the August employment and jobs numbers released Friday, the news was especially bad for black Americans. Out of every group listed in the Bureau of Labor Statistics report report (age, gender, race, etc.) the unemployment rate among blacks increased the most; almost a full half-point, from 12.6% to 13%. Sep 6, 2013 12:45 PM PT

Obama Dismisses UN Process as 'Hocus Pocus'

One interesting moment in what was largely seen as a weak press conference for President Obama Friday, was this moment where the president referred to the process of securing resolutions from the United Nations as "hocus pocus." Sep 6, 2013 10:16 AM PT

'Sons of Anarchy' Season 5 Review: Wow. What a Payoff

Though incredibly addicting as always (I tore through all 13 episodes in three sittings), after just a few hours into the fifth season of creator Kurt Sutter's "Sons of Anarchy," I was starting to become annoyed. Although you expect all kinds of violence and sex in the ongoing tales of a gun and drug-running motorcycle club (MC), it was starting to feel nihilistic, pointless, and over-the top. Instead of being a character drama driven by an over-arching theme, the story felt driven instead by overstuffed plotting that was more chaotic than richly complicated. Sep 6, 2013 9:32 AM PT

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