Obama Is Walking A Fine Line By Going Back Into Iraq – Yahoo Finance

The troops were sent to Iraq this year as part of the White House response to the extremist group’s swift movement across the border with Syria and into Iraq. “When the lives of American citizens are at risk, we will take action,” Obama said. “That’s my responsibility as commander in chief.” He said he had also authorized the use of targeted military strikes if necessary to help the Iraqi security forces protect civilians. Obama spoke after a day of urgent discussions with his national security team. He addressed the nation only after the American military aircraft delivering food and water to the Iraqis had safely left the drop site in northern Iraq.
Source: http://www.denverpost.com/politics/ci_26297461/obama-authorizes-airstrikes-airdrops-aid-iraq?source=rss

Obama authorizes airstrikes, airdrops of aid in Iraq – The Denver Post

Done Content preferences Done President Obama shook up the debate over the future of the Internet this week, when he raised some net neutrality concerns in response to a question at the U.S. Africa Business forum this week. His comments put his position at odds with the Federal Communications Commission’s proposal, which would open the door to allowing Internet providers to offer content companies so-called “fast-lane” access. “One of the issues around net neutrality is whether you are creating different rates or charges for different content providers,” Obama said. “Thats the big controversy here. You have big, wealthy media companies who might be willing to pay more but then also charge more for more spectrum, more bandwidth on the Internet so they can stream movies faster or what have you. And I personally the position of my administration, as well as I think a lot of companies here is you dont want to start getting a (visit) differentiation in how accessible the Internet is to various users. You want to leave it open so that the next Google ( GOOG ) or the next Facebook ( FB ) can succeed.” Robert Litan, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, calls the president’s statement “quite significant, because the FCC technically is an independent agency, not directly under the thumb of president.
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/obama-shakes-up-debate-over-future-of-the-internet-150530674.html

Obama shakes up debate over the future of the Internet – Yahoo News

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Obama Speaks Out As FCC Releases Net Neutrality Comments | News & Opinion | PCMag.com

AP President Barack Obama provided reassurance to a war-weary American public Thursday night, telling them that despite his decision to authorize airstrikes in Iraq , he had no intention of a broad-based campaign that would require the redeployment of ground troops in the country. But now that the U.S. has carried out airstrikes against targets of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS or ISIL), as well as launched a humanitarian mission to provide aid to religious minorities trapped on a mountain, it could get increasingly hard for the U.S. to keep the campaign ” very limited in scope .” The situation on the ground could get worse, and ISIS is growing more likely to target U.S. assets in Iraq and, possibly, in neighboring countries in the region. “It will be hard to limit U.S.
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