Please Stop with the F***ing Complaints about the President’s Passion for Golf

Every single time at something bad happens, you can count on critics of President Obama to complain that he is playing golf instead of attending to the crisis of the moment (which may not even require crisis attention at the presidential level). The latest round of golf-inspired outrage has emerged in the aftermath of the …

Kudos to Jonathan Turley

He is the furthest thing from a Tea Partier, or even an establishment Republican, but he has clearly had it with the aggregation of executive power under the Obama administration. More people--regardless of party affiliation or ideological orientation--ought to share his concerns, but as we have seen, most of those who were both willing and eager …

“Quack!”

The sound no president wants to hear: While he doesn't quite qualify as a lame-duck president - a term reserved for the 10-week period after a successor has been elected - Mr. Obama has seen his ability to set and carry out an agenda significantly curtailed just a year into his second term. Political scientists and scholars …

Accountability Has Become Such an Antiquated Concept

Gene Healy  on the president who is never there:"Hey, don't look at me -- I'm just the president!" That's the common thread in President Obama's response to his recent scandal eruptions, from IRS harassment of Tea Partiers to his Justice Department's spying on AP reporters. Like everybody else, Obama learns about these things via cable …