Archive for Michael Burg

White House Knew of Clinton Emails Last August

The State Department, the White House and the personal office of Hillary Clinton knew in August of 2014, that Republicans in the House had received data showing that Clinton had conducted official business for the government through her private email and the staff at Clinton’s office decided to keep it quiet. Sources that are familiar […]

State Department: John Kerry Words Twisted by Netanyahu

The U.S. State Department has accused Benjamin Netanyahu the Prime Minister of Israel of taking testimony in front of Congress by John Kerry the Secretary of State, out of context in his address on Tuesday to a joint session of Congress. In a Wednesday statement, the U.S. State Department quoted a complete article that claimed […]

Scott Walker Admits to Changing Stance on Immigration

Scott Walker the Governor of Wisconsin and a presumptive Republican candidate for the presidential nomination, says he changed his stance on immigration and does not back any longer the comprehensive reform that allows undocumented immigrants to remain in the U.S. after being penalized. On Sunday, Walker told an interviewer on television that his view had […]

Russian Officials Say Opposition Leader Possibly Killed by own Members

As Boris Nemtsov supporters laid flowers on the pavement Saturday close to where the opposition leader in Russia had been fatally shot just hours earlier, authorities in Russia said an investigation was taking place with a number of theories about the crime. Included in those theories is the possibility that members of Nemtsov’s opposition party […]

Obama Vows to Aggressively Defend Immigration

On Wednesday, President Obama vowed to do all that was necessary to defend his executive actions of recent to shield millions of the country’s undocumented immigrants from being deported. While taking part in a town hall forum on immigration while in Miami, Obama said a recent ruling against his immigration policies by a Texas federal […]

Christie Broke Law Judge Rules in New Jersey

In a big blow to Governor Chris Christie, a judge in New Jersey ruled Monday that the governor violated a state law after he declined a full payment into the pension system of the state last year for public employees. He was ordered to fund it at this time. The decision complicates further the hopes […]

Pence: Obama Needs Clear Strategy on ISIS

Mike Pence the Governor of Indiana said on Sunday that the White House had not articulated a strategy that is clear for combating the militant group Islamic State. The administration, said Pence, has not yet articulated the strategy and vision that will give the American people confidence as well as confidence to allies across the […]

Giuliani Defends Criticism of President Obama

Rudolph Giuliani the former Mayor of New York City adamantly defended his criticism on Thursday of President Barack Obama only a day after saying he does not think the president loves the United States. Giuliani made remarks on Wednesday during a private fundraiser for Scott Walker the Republican Governor of Wisconsin, who is considered by […]

White House Putting Plans for Immigration on Hold

The White House administration put its new program of deportation relief on hold this week just a day before it was to launch, complying with the order by a federal judge that roiled the immigrant communities across the country and hardened a stalemate that was already tense on Capitol Hill. President Obama promised to appeal […]

President Obama Ready to Increase Pressure for DHS Funding

The White House administration is increasing the pressure on Republicans for the funding of the Department of Homeland Security, which could be shutdown if Congress does not act by February 27. Congress is stuck on this issue due to the House insisting the funding bill include a provision to overturn the executive actions of President […]