adjective: unprecedented
1. never done or known before.

: not done or experienced before

A few weeks ago I finally noticed how often this word is now being used in news media and other sources. Now every time I read anything, this word pops out like a flash. Just out of curiosity I did a search on the news tabs for this word.

Here are a few to start with.

Obama ‘weakening military in unprecedented ways’

WND.com-Nov 10, 2013

Obama’s abuse of power is unprecedented

nwitimes.com-Nov 14, 2013

Obama signs Drug Quality and Security Act into law

SecuringIndustry.com-54 minutes ago
President Obama has signed H.R. 3204 into law, setting the wheels in drugs and will also establish an unprecedented tracing system that will 

WASHTENAW COUNTY: Board adopts unprecedented four-year

Heritage Newspapers-37 minutes ago

Iran Nuclear Deal Will Allow ‘Unprecedented‘ Inspection

NPR-Nov 26, 2013

Behind The Mic With Joe Mathieu: American Workers Feel

CBS Local-Nov 26, 2013
Research by the Washington Post and the Miller Center finds American workers are living in unprecedented economic anxiety even four years 

CO2 causing oceans to acidify at ‘unprecedented‘ rate, scientists warn

CNN-Nov 14, 2013

4.5 billion years old comet nears sun, scientists get unprecedented

Economic Times-Nov 26, 2013

Retired union workers facing ‘unprecedented‘ pension cuts

CNNMoney-Nov 15, 2013
The list goes on, especially if you type in “Obama unprecedented”. Is it just me or is this “unprecedented”?
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