An internal handout focuses on young Americans — and on people who “distrust government.”
From Truman to Obama, so much bro.
They include plots on the New York Stock Exchange and the New York City subway system.
Is the Iranian presidency suddenly important, or less important than ever?
An old Clinton foe is the first member of Congress to support the early Hillary effort. “We can all agree today that there is nobody better equipped to be our next President than Hillary Clinton,” says Claire McCaskill.
Months after Obama’s gun control push went down in flames, opponents and supporters of the effort agree that it reframed the conversation. Vice President Joe Biden will give a speech Tuesday celebrating the White House’s efforts.
The Gabbard Center, where Weiner checked in for three days, provides psychiatric evaluations, not treatment. “No one gets treatment in three days,” Weiss says.
“The truth is the truth.”
It’s “transparent,” the president tells Charlie Rose in an interview. Here’s a portion of that transcript, from PBS.
Lyndon Johnson singing with his dog. Epic.
President Obama tells some Northern Irish primary school children his darkest secret.
The source of the Guardian’s NSA leaks emerged Monday to take a few questions from journalists and readers. He loves his country, hates Dick Cheney, and has seen those pictures of his girlfriend.
Successful Kazakh PR work?
The NSA leaker says the government can read people’s emails, and that’s wrong no matter which country they live in.
Miss Alabama Mary Margaret McCord, who finished second in the Miss USA pageant, said she would “rather someone track my phone messages and feel safe wherever I go than feel like they’re encroaching on my privacy.”
Many outcomes are possible in the challenges to California’s Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act that are due to be decided by the justices in the coming weeks. A complex path got the cases — and the country — to a moment of waiting.
Democratic New York Rep. Jerrold Nadler claims he was told in a closed-door briefing that the NSA could listen to a specific phone call, and get a call’s “contents” without a warrant, based solely on an analyst’s decision. FBI Director Robert Mueller said that wasn’t true. Nadler said he asked the same question at the closed-door briefing where he received the different answer. Update Rep. Nadler in a statement to BuzzFeed says: “I am pleased that the administration has reiterated that, as I have always believed, the NSA cannot listen to the content of Americans’ phone calls without a specific warrant.” Update 2 The DNI responds in a statement to claims the NSA can listen to phone calls without a warrant.
Speaking at the Faith & Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority Conference in Washington, D.C., Sunday, Palin criticized the Obama administration supplying Syrian rebels with weapons.
Most Senators opted for a long weekend instead of sticking around for a briefing on government surveillance that was held two-and-a-half hours after their final vote Thursday.
The longtime conservative activist and anti-feminist was speaking at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s conference in Washington D.C. Friday.
“I thought it was deplorable that Senator Kaine decided to deliver an entire speech on the Senate floor last week in Spanish,” said Carlos Curbelo, a speaker at the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference Friday and a Miami-Dade County School Board member.
“Finally it was time to go and as we stood up to shake hands Arafat laid a big ole wet kiss right on my lips.”
It’s no surprise that most Republicans and Democrats are speaking from the same script on NSA. Because they’re all responsible.