Barack Obama in open microphone gaffe with Dmitry Medvedev
President Barack Obama was caught on microphone telling Dmitry Medvedev that he would have more flexibility after November's election deal with contentious issues such as missile defence.
BLOCKBUSTER APRIL JOBS REPORT SHOCKS EXPERTS AND OBAMA
TRUMP ECONOMY NOW THE ENVY OF THE WORLD (and the best is yet to come)... 🇺🇸 The Trump economic miracle continues to charge upward and improve the lives of ALL Americans including women, minorities, ...
When Obama got caught on a hot mike the...
When Obama got caught on a hot mike the Far Left Media shut this story right down. Could you image if President Trump made a statement like this, what would of happened ?
THIS HISTORIC ABUSE OF EXECUTIVE AUTHORITY WAS EITHER APPROVED BY OBAMA OR IT WAS NOT. QUESTION HIM.
BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA now owes the country an explanation for the historic abuse of government surveillance powers while he was president. The Mueller report confirms that the Obama administration, wit...
TIME Magazine: Barack Obama Worst President Since WW II
Falling behind his predecessor George W. Busgh
Does Obama Have a Wall Around his House?
The Daily Caller's Benny Johnson went to Barack Obama's house to find out what he really thinks about walls. Tune in to find out if Obama thinks walls work!
The Obamas Built A Wall.
Michelle and Barack Obama built a wall after all. A wall for themselves -- not for America. The Obama Wall was built before they moved in to their $8.1 million dollar mansion located just a few...
The Circus of Resistance
The resistance to Donald Trump was warring on all fronts last week. Democratic senators vied with pop-up protestors in the U.S. Senate gallery to disrupt and, if possible, to derail the confirmation ...
Obama Broken Promises on NAFTA
Remember all the times that #Obama promised to "get rid of NAFTA immediately" if he became president?
Obama In 2008: both Democrats and Republicans have monkeyed around with elections
Then-Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) claims that both Democrats and Republicans have monkeyed around with elections while making a pitch for a voting rights division in the Justice Department.
Dismantling America | National Review
Just one year ago, would you have believed that an unelected government official, not even a cabinet member confirmed by the Senate but simply one of the many “czars” appointed by the president, co…
Russian Agent Maria Butina Met with Top Obama Officials
The case of accused Russian agent Maria Butina reveals a connection between high-profile corruption in Russia and the Obama administration. One America's Kristian Rouz explains. Visit us at: Websit...
Shameful, disgraceful, treasonous. Right, media???
Shameful, disgraceful, treasonous. Right, media???
Victor D. Hanson: How the Obama Presidency Destroyed Todays Democratic Party
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Samuel F. Phillips
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Hans F. Loeser
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Morris Berthold Abram
Morris Berthold Abram (June 19, 1918 – March 15, 2000) was an American lawyer, civil rights activist, and president of Brandeis University.
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Wayne M. Collins
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Julian Soshnick
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Bernard Segal
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Z. Alexander Looby
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Norma V. Cantu
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A. P. Tureaud
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Paul Igasaki
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Video footage surfaces from 2014 showing...
Video footage surfaces from 2014 showing that under Obama, family separations were happening and holding centers were EXACTLY the same. Video from PBS The media said absolutely nothing then, but are ...
Cecil B. Moore
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Obama Reviews His Portrait-- And It's Scary!!!
VIDEO: Obama Reviews His Portrait-- And It's Scary!!!
Obama: Elections can't be rigged!
Obama: Elections can't be rigged Also Obama: The election was rigged