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Lee:  Humiliating New Legal Defeat for Obama Administration, but Rule of Law Remains in the Balance

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Ellis:  IRS, Immigration Scandals Are Destroying the Obama Administration's Credibility

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July 25, 2014 • 11:59 am
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"'The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice' is one of Obama’s favorite sayings. Ultimately, injustice and aggression don’t pay. ...  The world is aflame and our leader is on the 14th green. The arc of history may indeed bend toward justice, Mr. President. But, as you say, the arc is long. The job of a leader is to shorten it, to intervene on behalf of 'the fierce…[more]
 
 
—Charles Krauthammer, Nationally Syndicated Columnist
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