President Obama

Reader Input: Did we forget the meltdown?

Have Americans become deaf, dumb and blind or have they been brainwashed by Republican and tea party lies over the past six years? A nationwide USA Today/Pew Research Center Poll ...

Reader Input: Veterans earned nation’s support

I am outraged in reference to an article in the April 22 Auburn Journal edition entitled, “As Army shrinks, young officers being pushed out.” What is this country comin ...

Reader Input: Tea party now rudderless

Five years ago, not many people knew of Ted Cruz or had seen a tricorn hat. Then the tea party burst on the scene, transforming American politics with its Revolutionary War-era gar ...

Reader Input: When religion, reform collide

In Columbia, Mo., 2008, (President) Obama said, “Now Mizzou, I have two words for you tonight: five days. … We are five days from fundamentally transforming the United ...

Another View: Republican executive order attack doesn’t hold water

U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman said he had good reason for walking out on President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address last week. But his reasoning is so flawed that one has ...

Reader Input: President must honor commitment

Given the mendacity and subterfuge, the uncertainties embodied in Obamacare, its viability remains to be seen. But one certainty resonates with Americans: The president needs to ho ...

Reader Input: Taxpayers lose protections

The current Obamacare plan isn’t good enough for the government workers and our leaders. It certainly is not good enough for the taxpayers who will be forced to support this ...

Reader Input: Time for equality under the law

President Obama has granted too many exceptions to meet Webster’s definition of a law. President Obama has selected which parts of the “law” to enforce — ...

Reader Input: US should back peace, patience

I would like to address the ongoing conversation concerning the United States’ involvement in the situation in Syria. Secretary of State John Kerry should not expect other ...

Another View: Obama’s case for war: Clear and clearly wrong

Russia’s diplomatic intervention in the Syrian crisis is welcome news – but whether it is real or illusory, the president needs to step back from the precipice he has t ...