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White House: Putin 'Owns' World's Syria Strategy

Apparently, once again with respect to Syria, the White House was caught off guard by events they are frantically reacting to instead of shaping. Speaking to CNN's Jake Tapper, a White House official publicly responded to Russian President Vladmir Putin's New York Times op-ed with the admission that Putin "now owns" and has "fully asserted ownership" of America's current foreign policy focal point; pushing Syria to surrender its chemical weapons. Sep 12, 2013 8:31 AM PT

Joe Klein: Obama's 'Damaged His Office and Weakened the Nation'

The media have always been ready to criticize Obama, especially when he is not left-wing enough to suit them. Attacking his competence, however, is another thing. Once the public loses confidence in a president's ability to lead, that president's goose is cooked. Sep 12, 2013 7:25 AM PT

'Star Trek: Into Darkness' Bluray Review: Worthy But Flawed Sequel

Like its predecessor, 2009's "Star Trek," director J.J. Abrams' reboot of the legendary 1960s television series of the same name, starts out strong before losing its head of narrative steam in the second half. This is a small complaint, though. Overall, what you have in "Star Trek: Into Darkness" is a solid, fun, epic science fiction adventure that lacks depth but scores in a number of other ways. Sep 11, 2013 12:51 PM PT

Report: Tina Brown Out at Daily Beast

After a troubled five-year run, founder and editor of the Daily Beast, Tina Brown, is reportedly on her way out at the end of the year. IAC/InterActiveCorp, Barry Diller's parent company that owns Daily Beast, will not be renewing Brown's contract when it expires in January. Sep 11, 2013 11:50 AM PT

National Review Sues Cory Booker

National Review editor Rich Lowry announced Wednesday that his publication will sue Newark mayor and Democrat US Senate candidate Cory Booker, the City of Newark, and that city's police department. The dispute stems from NR's desire to verify story Booker has repeatedly told about Wazn Miller, someone Booker claims died in his arms after being gunned down. Sep 11, 2013 11:08 AM PT

Poll: Obama Collapses to 38% Approval with 'All Adults'

The conventional wisdom is that when you poll "all adults" as opposed to a tighter screening for "registered voters," Democrats generally do better. If that is the case, the latest poll from The Economist/YouGov is the worse news yet for a president obviously in over his head with the Russians and Syria. Obama currently sits at 38% approve/56% disapprove with all adults. Sep 11, 2013 10:21 AM PT

Esquire Bungles 9/11 'Falling Man' Photo

NPR's Emily Kaiser tweeted out a portion of Esquire's website Wednesday morning. Though it has since been fixed, on the twelfth anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks, this is what Esquire readers woke up to -- the unforgettable photo of a World Trade Center worker who has just leapt to his death next to a cutesy blurb about "Making Your Morning Commute Look More Stylish": Sep 11, 2013 9:45 AM PT

Time/USA Today Declare Putin Winner Over Obama

President Obama's bungling of everything surrounding Syria is so apparent that even some of his biggest fans in the mainstream media are finding it impossible to do anything other than declare the obvious. While CNN's Wolf Blitzer and the New York Times are doing their best to carry Obama's water, Time and USA Today are pointing to the truth and speaking it out loud: Obama got played by Vladmir Putin. Sep 11, 2013 8:43 AM PT

Trader Joe's Strips Part-Time Employees of Health Benefits

"After extending health care coverage to many of its part-time employees for years, Trader Joe's has told workers who log fewer than 30 hours a week that they will need to find insurance on the Obamacare exchanges next year, according to a confidential memo from the grocer's chief executive." Sep 11, 2013 7:26 AM PT

Gun Control: Media Rebuked (Again) In Colorado Recall

No one worked harder to cynically exploit the horrific deaths of the children at Sandy Hook Elementary, into a victory against their political foes, more than the mainstream media -- not Barack Obama, not Democrat lawmakers, not Michael Bloomberg. The media literally spent months pushing for gun control laws; and now the voters of the more-blue-than-red-state of Colorado have handed the Chuck Todds, David Gregorys, Piers Morgans, and Joe Scarboroughs another bitter defeat. Sep 11, 2013 6:08 AM PT

Politico Blames Everyone But Obama for Syria Debacle, Including the Military

In the past, Politico has gone to extraordinary lengths to carry water for Barack Obama; up to and including attacks on private citizens guilty of nothing more than supporting someone other than Barack Obama. That was vicious, but Tuesday Politico went full silly and shrill with a desperate lead piece that blames Obama's Syria debacle on everyone but Obama -- including the American military. Sep 10, 2013 2:06 PM PT

Pro-Syria Regime Paper: 'Moscow & Damascus Pull Rug Out From Under Obama'

The Wall Street Journal's Sam Dagher reports via Twitter that a pro-Syria regime newspaper is gloating over how Moscow and Syria pulled "the rug from under feet of Obama" yesterday after Russia took advantage of Secretary of State John Kerry's Monday morning blunder. Sep 10, 2013 10:50 AM PT

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

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