The Obama administration has just 24 hours left to comply with a congressionally mandated deadline passed in December to determine whether ISIS’s atrocities against religious and ethnic minorities constitute a genocide.

"Today, the House unanimously voted to call ISIS's atrocities what they are: a genocide."

This morning, the Associated Press reported that the Obama administration will “likely” fail to meet a congressionally mandated deadline requiring a judgment on whether ISIS is perpetrating a genocide. The State Department must also assess whether the Assad regime is guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

In announcing his dangerous plan to close Guantanamo earlier this week, President Obama argued, “I don’t want to pass this problem on to the next president, whoever it is.” If only he felt this way about other more pressing challenges facing our country.

Much attention was paid to the administration’s claim that it has brought “peace” and “security” to Syria, and what a doozy it was, but others are raising eyebrows as well. Check out a few of our favorites:

“President Obama’s failure to outline a broad, overarching strategy to defeat and destroy ISIL has put America at risk."

Boehner reiterated his concern that the administration appears willing to accept a bad deal, asking, “When will the president and his negotiators stand strong?”

In the span of 15 minutes at the Pentagon on Monday, President Obama effectively informed the American people half a dozen times that he is simply not interested in doing anything to change the current trajectory of the fight against the Islamic State (ISIL).

You know what they say...the first step is admitting you actually have a problem, and to his credit, President Obama reiterated his August confession when he traveled to Germany yesterday and said, more than ten months later, that he still doesn't have a strategy.