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Lame Duck Obama

Obama Is a Lame Duck–A British View The Daily Telegraph has a double-barreled attack on Barack Obama in its Aug. 10 edition — one article ridiculing Obama’s foreign policy, another discrediting Obama’s domestic policy — which sharply etches the lame-duck … Continue reading

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Greenwald Hits Obama Hypocrisy In Response to Putin Refusal to Extradite Snowden

In a column in Britain’s Guardian, Glenn Greenwald cited several cases in which Obama and his predecessor George W. Bush refused to honor requests of other nations for the extradition of individuals even when there were extradition treaties and the … Continue reading

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While Obama Rants and Raves, Cooler Heads Try To Repair U.S.-Russia Relationship

9 Aug.(EIRNS)–While President NerObama was in one of his infantile rage-states at his press conference in the White House todayopenly denigrating Russian leader Vladimir Putin and calling for a “pause” in the U.S.-Russia relationship, the Secretaries of State and Defense … Continue reading

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Puppet Obama Hysterical About Snowden Revelations

9 Aug. (LPAC) President Obama’s press conference today, his first in three months, was a hysterical defense of the secret committee which runs him, against the continuing revelations from Edward Snowden.  Obama began the appearance with a long list of … Continue reading

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In Fit of dangerous Rage Over Snowden, Obama Cancels Summit with Putin

  7 Aug. (LPAC) President Obama today cancelled his planned September summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, thus becoming — according to the New York Times — the first American President to cancel a publicly-announced presidential visit in Russia … Continue reading

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Xinhuanet Publishes Interview with Lyndon LaRouche

As of August 3, Xinhuanet, the official press agency of the People’s Republic of China, posted the following interview with U.S. statesman Lyndon LaRouche, which was done by reporter Zhang Mian on July 27, 2013. LaRouche to Xinhuanet: We have … Continue reading

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Greenwald: Obama Covering Up FISA Ruling

5 Aug. (LPAC) Glenn Greenwald was interviewed live on ABC News Sunday morning, and reported that at least two Members of Congress, Morgan Griffith (R-Va.) and Alan Grayson (D-Fl.), have written a series of letters to the Obama Administration, demanding … Continue reading

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King Canute: Obama Apopleptic about Snowden Asylum in Russia

3 Aug (LPAC) Brushing aside pleas and warnings from President Obama and other senior Americans” to turn Snowden over the U.S. and that “Russia’s decision … infuriated American officials.” The Financial Times of London similarly rubbed Obama’s nose in Russia’s … Continue reading

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Greenwald-Snowden Expose NSA Total Internet Spy Program

31 July (LPAC)The Guardian‘s Glenn Greenwald  exposed the NSA’s “widest-reaching” top-secret Internet spy program, XKeyscore, which can collect “nearly everything a user does on the internet,” and confirms Edward Snowden’s statement that he could “even wiretap the President.” XKeystone: Searches … Continue reading

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Snowden granted 1-year asylum in Russia, leaves airport

1 August (RT) NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has been granted temporary asylum in Russia and is allowed to enter the country’s territory. The whistleblower has been granted temporary political asylum in Russia, Snowden’s legal representative Anatoly Kucherena said. “I have just … Continue reading

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