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Facts and figures on Obama’s physical

Facts and figures about President Barack Obama's health, from a physical examination Sunday at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. Figures are...

Clinton-era health aides push to save Obama’s plan

Shock and awe. That's what survivors of the Clinton-era health care collapse are feeling as President Barack Obama's overhaul legislation wobbles in Congress. Aides...

A look at Obama’s 2011 budget for govt agencies

President Barack Obama's multi-trillion-dollar budget would boost spending for several government agencies while slashing the account for others. Here is an agency-by-agency glance: Agency:...

EDITORIAL: Obama’s risky-sex czar

WARNING: This editorial includes discussion of topics that are sexually graphic. Under usual circumstances, we would never entertain these subjects or the rancid language...

Obama’s decision is a true act of leadership

President Barack Obama’s strategy for the war in Afghanistan is one that was received with mixed reactions. Supporters say his plan to increase U.S....

President Obama’s civil rights czar visits Indy; promises enforcement of civil rights laws

Quietly, the Obama Administration has ramped up its enforcement of civil rights legislation. Last week, eight days after President Barack Obama signed legislation that...

Obama’s racism challenges; West’s bad behavior

After Sen. Joe Wilson’s (R- SC) bold “you lie” declaration to President Barack Obama as the commander-in-chief addressed Congress last week people were angry,...

Obama’s rallying call

U.S. President Barack Obama made an impressive, eloquent case for fixing America's broken health-care system in his speech to Congress this week. By framing...

Obama’s rallying call

U.S. President Barack Obama made an impressive, eloquent case for fixing America's broken health-care system in his speech to Congress this week. By framing...

Worship without display

Attending Sunday church services is a ritual for many families, but when you’re the president of the United States, it can be somewhat of...
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