Obama Administration

In Last Farewell, Russia Slams Obama Whose "Dumb" Actions "Claimed Tens Of Thousands Of Lives"

"Everyone is aware that the United States has always tried to" steer" almost all global processes, brazenly interfering in the internal affairs of various countries and waging multiple wars on foreign soil. Iraq, the Arab Spring, Ukraine, and Syria are just a few examples. We can still see their consequences, which range from the complete collapse of the political systems in these countries to wars which claimed tens of thousands of lives."

Chinese Province Admits It Fabricated Economic Data For Three Years

China's sverely impacted rust-belt province of Liaoning fabricated fiscal numbers from 2011 to 2014, local officials admitted, raising doubts about the accuracy of China’s economic data just days ahead of the release of the nation’s GDP report due on Friday. The data were made up "because officials wanted to advance their careers."

Why Obamacare's "20 Million" Number Is Fake

The next time a defender of Obamacare tries to take the moral high ground about the millions of people the law has helped, ask them to define what “help” looks like.

Obama Sends 10 More Guantanamo Detainees To Oman

Reconfirming that he has much left to accomplish in his final week in office, Obama has released another 10 Gitmo detainees that have just confirmed their safe arrival in Oman. 

Food-Stamp Recipients Can Now Order From Amazon, Other Online Retailers

Despite federal authorities in south Florida busting the largest food-stamp fraud operation in U.S. history last year, food-stamp recipients can use their taxpayer-funded benefit to order online from retailers like Amazon under a new Obama administration initiative that aims to facilitate the shopping experience for rural and urban residents. It marks the latest of many costly experiments by the administration to expand the fraud-infested program, which has seen a record-high number of beneficiaries under President Obama.

Why Morgan Stanley Thinks Stocks "Will Do Worse Under The New Administration"

"Returns will likely do worse under the new administration than under the departing one, and where exceptions to this may be. That statement is linked to a simple idea. Good market environments often involve a shift from economic despair to optimism, and a shift in psychology from ‘fear’ to ‘greed’. Both occurred over the last eight years, producing returns well above the long-run average."