Articles on Barack Obama and the issues he stand on?

This is a difficult question to answer because there are always many articles about the president and what he believes.  Some articles are written by people who oppose and disagree with his policies, and others by people who support and agree with him.  Since there have been thousands of articles written about President Obama, I would suggest that you go to the following websites:

Pro-Obama sites include BarackObama.com, and MediaMatters.org.  Sites that generally agree with (although not always) President Obama include TheNation.com, MotherJones.com, and Talkingpointsmemo.com and Dailykos.com. MSNBC is a cable network that is generally neutral during the day and liberal in the evening.

Anti-Obama sites include Dailycaller.com, Breitbart.com, FoxNews.com, WorldNetDaily.com and WeeklyStandard.com.  Fox News is a cable network that is generally pro-Republican, especially during the evening.

Note that in all cases, the previously mentioned sites are offering opinions.  If you are seeking neutral points of view about the president, you might consider Time magazine, the Washington Post, and other mainstream newspapers.  Contrary to online myths, the major new networks (NBC, ABC, and CBS, as well as PBS) are generally neutral in their news coverage. The Wall Street Journal newspaper has an editorial page that is conservative, but its news coverage is generally neutral; the New York Times has an editorial page that is generally liberal, but it too tends to have generally neutral news coverage, as do Reuters.com and AP.com.  
This is a difficult question to answer because there are always many articles about the president and what he believes.  Some articles are written by people who oppose and disagree with his policies, and others by people who support and agree with him.  Since there have been thousands of articles written about President Obama, I would suggest that you go to the following websites:

Pro-Obama sites include BarackObama.com, and MediaMatters.org.  Sites that generally agree with (although not always) President Obama include TheNation.com, MotherJones.com, and Talkingpointsmemo.com and Dailykos.com. MSNBC is a cable network that is generally neutral during the day and liberal in the evening.

Anti-Obama sites include Dailycaller.com, Breitbart.com, FoxNews.com, WorldNetDaily.com and WeeklyStandard.com.  Fox News is a cable network that is generally pro-Republican, especially during the evening.

Note that in all cases, the previously mentioned sites are offering opinions.  If you are seeking neutral points of view about the president, you might consider Time magazine, the Washington Post, and other mainstream newspapers.  Contrary to online myths, the major new networks (NBC, ABC, and CBS, as well as PBS) are generally neutral in their news coverage. The Wall Street Journal newspaper has an editorial page that is conservative, but its news coverage is generally neutral; the New York Times has an editorial page that is generally liberal, but it too tends to have generally neutral news coverage, as do Reuters.com and AP.com.