Little 12-year-old Sasha Obama's about done with Daddy, according to The Wire.
Ron Wyden and his buddy Mark Udall have reviewed some confidential documents and pardoned the turkey: they say that they're down with Barry's assassination by drone of Anwar al-Awlaki, an American citizen who joined al-Qaeda and was droned over in Yemen a couple of years back. They didn't have any comment about the subsequent droning of Anwar's 16 year-old son, two weeks later. 'Course, Barry claims that was purely accidental. In any case, droning Anwar's fine and funky, so there ya go.
Which isn't to say that they don't still have a few questions; there's that whole "due process" thing that sorta nags at them, although they buy the claim that capturing Anwar wasn't an option. But they'd also like to know how much evidence is required before an American can be targeted.
Thus far, that latter question seems easily answered: if Barry says so, make it so.