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People are fed up with Obama making political decisions on his own

Fox News Political Analyst Juan Williams on President Obama taking political action and making decisions by himself on Keystone pipeline and immigration issues.

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  1. Wall Street, working class voting with their wallets

    FOX News Political Analyst Juan Williams says anti-incumbency is the biggest issue swaying voters towards Republicans.

  2. Ebola quarantines: violation of civil rights?

    FOX News political analyst Juan Williams on the World Series, the Ebola crisis and the midterm elections.

  3. Was the Attorney General’s decision to go to Ferguson a mistake?

    FNC political analyst Juan Williams on the fallout from the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri.

  4. White House looking to bypass Congress on Iranian nuclear deal?

    Boston Properties Executive Chairman Mort Zuckerman on the midterm elections and reports the Obama Administration is considering bypassing Congress on a potential Iranian nuclear deal.

  5. Crisis of confidence: Trust in government declining?

    Fox News political analyst Juan Williams discusses whether America’s confidence in its political system is on the decline.

  6. Juan Williams talks sports, Obama presidency

    Fox News political analyst on Fleetwood Mac, the Washington Nationals, Bill O’Reilly’s ‘Killing Patton’ and President Obama.

  7. U.S. giving too many concessions in nuclear talks with Iran?

    U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton on the Obama Administration’s handling of Iran’s nuclear program and ISIS.

  8. Obama Administration getting failing grade in handling of ISIS?

    FNC political analysts Ed Rollins and Juan Williams on the lack of a reaction by the Obama Administration on the White House intruder and former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta’s criticism of its handling of Syria.

  9. Hypocrisy in potential willingness to work with Iran to fight ISIS?

    FNC’s Katie Pavlich and FNC political analyst Juan Williams on the Obama Administration’s strategy against ISIS.

  10. Lack of substance in President Obama’s speech?

    FNC political analysts Ed Rollins and Juan Williams on President Obama’s speech and strategy against ISIS.

  11. Will the Democrats lose the Senate?

    FNC political analyst Juan Williams on the midterm elections and the Obama Administration’s handling of Russia.

  12. Michael Brown funeral a brave moment for Al Sharpton?

    FNC political analyst Juan Williams on Al Sharpton’s eulogy at Michael Brown’s funeral and the state of race relations in America.

  1. Elizabeth Warren’s war against Wall Street?

    Fox News Political Analyst Juan Williams on Senator Elizabeth Warren, (D-Mass.), comments on the House’s spending bill and Wall Street.

  2. Race relations worsening under the Obama Administration?

    FNC political analyst Juan Williams on President Obama’s reaction to the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury decisions.

  3. Who will replace Chuck Hagel as Secretary of Defense?

    Fox News Political Analyst Juan Williams weighs in on Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s resignation, Senator Chuck Schumer’s ObamaCare comments and the latest NFL games.

  4. Was passing ObamaCare wrong?

    Fox News Political Analyst Juan Williams and former President George W. Bush Advisor Brad Blakeman discuss Senator Chuck Schumer's comments attacking ObamaCare and Hilary Clinton’s 2016 outlook.

  5. Obama’s immigration speech a political win?

    Fox News Contributor Juan Williams reacts to President Obama’s speech on immigration reform.

  6. Juan Williams breaks down the results of the midterms

    FOX News Political Analyst Juan Williams breaks down the results of the midterm elections.

  7. White House attempts to downplay outcome of midterm elections

    Republican strategist Kellyanne Conway and FNC political analyst Juan Williams on the midterm elections.

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