• Obama Admin. BLOCKING New Redskins Stadium Because of the Name ‘Redskins’

    Priorities, man.

    America’s public debt is steadily approaching $20 trillion.

    The Islamic State is quickly becoming the new Third Reich as it’s now bombing and raping its way to global domination far beyond Iraq and Syria.

    Putin is looking to erase more boarders across Eastern Europe.

    Iran is playing John Kerry like a fiddle as it continues to build a nuclear weapon and fund worldwide terrorism, unobstructed.

    Meanwhile, in the face of all of these staggeringly massive threats, the Obama administration has set its sights on blocking the building of a new Washington Redskins stadium because Barry wants Redskins owner Dan Snyder to change the team’s team name.

    Here’s more from thehill.com:

    The Obama administration will likely block Washington, D.C., authorities from building a new stadium for the NFL’s Washington Redskins because of objections to the team’s name.

    The National Park Service (NPS) owns the land under the 54-year-old Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, a venue two miles east of the Capitol that hosted the Redskins from 1961 to 1996. Some city leaders want to demolish the current stadium and build a new one to lure the football team back from suburban Maryland.

    But Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, whose department includes the NPS, told D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser in April that, unless the Redskins change their name, the Obama administration would not work to accommodate construction of a new venue, according to TheWashington Post.

    In a letter a month later, a local NPS official told Bowser the agency opposed the idea of building a new stadium.

    “As I believe the Secretary made clear in our discussion, the NPS will not take a position in support of such an extension at this time,” Robert A. Vogel, a regional NPS director, wrote in the letter obtained by the Post.

    Obama makes himself look very small with this move especially when you consider that Cuba is currently holding hundreds of political prisoners and is still funding terrorism around the world, but Barry has no problem normalizing diplomatic relations with the Castros, reestablishing an embassy in Havana, and opening up travel and trade with Cuba’s murderous regime. It’s a bad call, period.

    The Redskins can’t have a new stadium but Iran can have a nuclear bomb?

    That’s the kind of asinine logic one should expect for the next 15 months from this epically weak and dimwitted regime.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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