Sep 29, 2015

Emperor Obama To Bypass Congress On Global Warming, Syria | RedFlag News

Via Roll Call: At the United Nations Monday, President Barack Obama touted what are probably the two biggest items left on his to-do list before leaving office — a global warming agreement later this year in Paris and a settlement to the Syria conflict. Congress barely got a mention. The Paris accord, like the Iran deal before it, will be strictly an executive...

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