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'Sure Hope So': Harry Reid Wants to Pass Carbon Tax Bill After Midterms
by Susan Jones
July 22, 2014
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) was asked Monday if Democrats will move a carbon tax bill after the midterm election. "I sure hope so," he told a "clean energy" conference call.
The reporter asked Reid what would change after the midterm to put carbon tax legislation back on the table: "Well, I think what's happening in the world," Reid replied. "I mean we have -- as we speak, we have wildfires raging in five or six different states in the west. I mean raging. "I heard in a briefing I had this morning, a big fire in Washington is zero percent contained -- zero. You can see the fires burning in the west from satellites miles above the sky. It's -- so there are lots of reasons why we need to take another look at this."
'Taxmageddon,' Coming in 2013, Means You'll Work Longer Than Ever to Pay for Government
by Matt Cover
May 1, 2012
The tax increases scheduled to take effect in January 2013 - dubbed Taxmageddon - could have the American people spending more days than ever working to pay for federal and state government, a report from the Tax Foundation shows.
A host of tax rates are scheduled to rise in January 2013 - when George W. Bush-era tax rates and the annual patch for the Alternative Minimum Tax expire - leading to a tax increase of approximately $500 billion in 2013, according to the conservative Heritage Foundation. The Congressional Budget Office reported in January that taxes would increase by $4.6 trillion over ten years, if Congress allows the rates to rise as scheduled at the end of this year.
'Team Obama' Names and Shames Eight Private Citizens For Donating to Romney Campaign
by The Way Since My Party Got in I Can Not Afford to Give Much But I Will Give What I Can!
April 27, 2012
The Obama reelection team has publicly accused eight private citizens who donated to the Mitt Romney campaign of "betting against America" and of having "less-than-reputable" records.
Apparently, making an example out of two GOP members of Congress wasn't enough for President Obama; he has moved on to bigger game. "This past week, one of [the president's] campaign websites posted an item entitled 'Behind the curtain: A brief history of Romney's donors,'" Kimberly A. Strassel writes in the Wall Street Journal...
'That Damn Record'
Personal Liberty Alerts
by Wayne Allyn Root
October 18, 2012
Did you see Tuesday's second Presidential debate? It was like a heavyweight championship rematch. And Romney sealed the deal with another knockout performance.
But this time it wasn't Obama's fault. He came ready to rumble. This time it was that damn record that got in Obama's way. Remember the O.J. Simpson case? This time the glove fit. Let me explain. No one has EVER been able to go into the ring with Obama - the heavyweight talker - and "take it to him." Knock him out. Leave him reeling. Leave him shaking and breathless from body blows. Until Mitt Romney. Not just because Mitt is the smartest guy in the room - and he is. But because Obama has never in his career had to run on an actual record.
'The View': Where Dishonest, Debunked Left-Wing Narratives Get a Second Wind
by John Nolte
September 27, 2011
Watch Vice President Joe Biden give the already debunked meme about a gay soldier being booed at the last GOP debate an utterly shameless second round of media attention.
The lies here are of omission but lies nonetheless. Not a single "View" hen nor the Vice President of the United States bothers to make the facts of this incident clear, certainly not Biden as he all but bites his lower lip Clinton-style over how ghastly it all was. And yet, here's what we all know really happened...
'The War on Terror Is Over'
by Daniel Halper
April 24, 2012
In the wake of the Arab Spring, the Obama administration is grappling with how to handle Islamists, radical adherents to Islam.
Particularly, the issue has come to the fore in regards to Egypt, which, as Reuel Marc Gerecht notes, "is now certain" to elect "an Islamist" as its leaders the next time the Egyptian people go to the polls. But some in the Obama administration are now seeing things differently. "The war on terror is over," a senior official in the State Department official tells the National Journal. "Now that we have killed most of al Qaida, now that people have come to see legitimate means of expression, people who once might have gone into al Qaida see an opportunity for a legitimate Islamism."
'These Aren't the Functions of Government!' Judge Napolitano Blasts White House 'Nudge Squad'
August 1, 2013
Judge Napolitano weighed in on the White House's "nudge squad" this morning on Fox and Friends. The team of government experts will encourage you to do things like pay your back taxes, save more money, eat better, and exercise more.
The idea actually cracked Judge Napolitano up. "I'm laughing cause what will they think of next?! The government can't deliver the mail and they want to tell us to fix the broken screens in our house and clean our attics and change the oil in our cars? These are not functions of government." "If the Constitution protects anything ... it protects the right to be different. We don't need the government in our faces telling us how to live," Napolitano said.
'This Is About Principle,' Carney Says -- Prompting Laughter From WH Press Corps
June 22, 2012
Carney prompted laughter from the White House reporters when he defended President Obama's decision to invoke executive privilege in response to a congressional subpoena for internal executive branch documents.
There is no White House cover-up; the Justice Department has given Congress "every page related to the Fast and Furious operation;" and congressional Republicans are focused on a "politically motivated, taxpayer-funded, election-year fishing expedition," White House press secretary Jay Carney told reporters on Thursday. "This is about principle," Carney said. It has nothing to do -- (laughter) -- no, no this has nothing to do -- we have been absolutely clear about the fact that this operation (Fast and Furious) used a tactic that originated in a field office that was flawed, that was wrong, and that had terrible consequences for the Terry family, and should not have been employed."
'This is Not the Ron Paul Party of Iowa': Split Vote Re-Elects Ron Paul Supporter as Iowa GOP State Party Chairman
by B.A. Morelli
January 5, 2013
Iowa Republicans have re-elected A.J. Spiker as its party chairman. The selection of the at-time polarizing chairman highlights the divide within the Iowa Republican party.
In a split vote, Iowa Republicans have re-elected a Ron Paul supporter as its state party chairman. A.J. Spiker received 13 votes to remain Iowa GOP state party chairman to five votes for challenger Bill Schickel, the party's co-chairman, the Des Moines Register reports. Spiker, of Ames, was the state vice-chairman for Ron Paul's presidential campaign. He resigned when he was selected in early 2012 to replace Matt Strawn, who stepped down as party chairman following an embarrassing caucus night for the Iowa GOP.
'This Is What Happens In Banana Republics,' Limbaugh Says Of Obama's 'Rogue' Appointments
by Patrick Burke
January 5, 2012
On Thursday's show, Rush Limbaugh slammed President Obama for circumventing Senatorial approval for his appointments to the National Labor Relations Board and a consumer protection bureau.
"Obama has just said because the Congress won't do what I want them to do, I'm going to do it myself. That is extra-constitutional. That is not the way this government was set up." After criticizing those in the media who portrayed Obama as looking out for the economy (rather than as exceeding his presidential authority), Limbaugh explained his view of the proper relationship between Congress and the president.
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