May 21, 2014

Obama Channels Cheney on Unlimited War

Eli Lake, The Daily Beast

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In an extraordinary hearing, Obama administration lawyers claimed that the President can authorize attacks against any terrorists he’d like -- never mind what Congress says.

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TAGGED: War On Terror, Al-Qaeda, Drones, U.S. Foreign Policy, Barack Obama

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