President Barack Obama celebrates his 55th birthday today with his job approval at 54% - 46%.
If he could run for a third term, he would crush the Republican in general.
Obama may go down in history as one of the world's greatest leaders. In his eight years, he rebounded the economy and put forth laws that benefited the middle class. While he admits that he could have done more with a Democratic-led Congress, he's pretty much satisfied with the results of his presidency. Chicago announced that Jackson Park will be the location of the Barack Obama Presidential Library and Museum. It will be located on the South Side of Chicago. It may eventually push out the problems. Generification is often a slick move to rid neighborhoods of problems.
Obama is still pressuring Republicans to confirm Merrick Garland, pass an infrastructure law, pass a Zika virus law, and confirm his counter terrorism analysis.
Republicans are so dysfunctional right now. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), the Speaker of the House is in a tough primary fight. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) could be uprooted in the Arizona Republican primary.
Obama also called upon Republicans to resend their endorsement of Trump as their nominee.
The president believes Trump could destroy the party.
We just seen Donald Trump put his candidacy in jeopardy. His fight with the family of a slain U.S. Army solider has torpedoed his support among military veterans. His running mate Mike Pence endorsed Ryan for the House, Trump said he won't.
Reince Priebus is really upset with Trump over his refusal to support Ryan, McCain and Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH).
Roger Ailes, the head of Fox News getting fired out the cannon after he was accused of sexually harassing many of his female employees.
Old fart Rush Limbaugh signed on for Premiere Radio (iHeartMedia). He took a huge paycut. The national brands deem Limbaugh too toxic for radio.
The Drudge Report is upsetting conservatives with stories that aren't catching fire.
Pat McCrory, North Carolina's Republican governor vows to take this to the Supreme Court. He and many other Republican state governors are trying to stop minorities from voting by passing these ridiculous voter identification laws.
Sam Brownback, Kansas's governor lost his coalition in Tuesday's primary. Many state lawmakers who aligned with Brownback, were defeated at the ballot box. Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS), a Tea Party endorsed candidate was defeated by lesser known conservative.
Right now, you see the Republicans in an all out civil war. These guys have no vision. They have no actual policies. Hillary Clinton is on track to becoming the 45th president of the United States.
If they can't change the direction, the Republican Party will face a beat down.