Here is an article that gives an amazing background view of Obama's foreign policy. This article seems to show the construction of an almost Orwellian narrative Reminds me of Bush's aides who claimed they create the reality.
As an aside there is an incidental quote that seems to especially apply to today's election "They elect those who they are going to believe." The issues don't seem to have as much influence as the perceived believability of the candidate. Suggests why Trump might appeal and why Hillary's "untrustworthiness" could be a problem.
The best article on the effects of Authoritarianism on U.S. politics I've seen. The Republican party may well split over the rise of this constituency. It also explains why Fox News and Republicans in general are so quick to use fear in their campaigns.
@nedgar it's illustrating the upward trend. The fact that some years are cool isn't important, it's that the max temp is increasing. Jesse McNelis. May 9. Jesse McNelis @jessemcnelis. @nedgar and that the rate the max temp is increasing is increasing.
Republicans held a Senate hearing on the cost of regulating big banks. Elizabeth Warren turned that on it's head and examined the cost to everyday Americans of NOT regulating big banks. Watch the video here.