Obama’s override and yesterday’s links

He almost made it through two terms in office without having one of his vetoes overridden by Congress, but President Obama learned that even he can be stopped. The ability for families of the victims of 9/11 will be able to sue Saudi Arabia. In the Senate, it wasn’t even close with Harry Reid being the only dissenting vote.

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Brian Molidor

Brian Molidor is Assistant Editor at The New Americana.

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