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Articles: Barack Obama, Harry Reid, and American Insolvency
August 7, 2012
The Obama re-election campaign tactics are now approaching near-hysterical levels with the unleashing of the White House's pawn Harry Reid accusing Mitt Romney of not paying any taxes over the past ten years, claiming some anonymous source.
He and the other re-election mouthpieces claim that it is up to Romney to prove the charges false in an obvious ploy to force him to release 10-plus years of tax returns so their "truth squads" can rummage through to find any nugget they can demagogue into portraying Romney as a out-of-touch rich guy not paying his fair share. This and many more attempted smears are on the horizon, as Barack Obama cannot win re-election without destroying his opponent, as he has done in virtually all his previous campaigns for public office. This is particularly true this year, as the facts underlying his stewardship of the economy are devastating.
Progress report on Obamacare implementation: 13,000 pages of regs, hundreds of new bureaucrats
by Rick Moran
July 6, 2012
And they're not even done yet.
The Health and Human Services Department "was given a billion dollars implementation money," Republican Rep. Denny Rehberg of Montana said. "That money is gone already on additional bureaucrats and IT programs, computerization for the implementation."
Blog: Issa drops 'bombshell' wiretap applications letter that makes Holder out to be a liar
June 30, 2012
The Hill refers to it as a "bombshell" and it is that. It's a letter quoting from a wiretap applications that details exactly what Fast and Furious was all about.
The wiretap applications are under court seal, and releasing such information to the public would ordinarily be illegal. But Issa appears to be protected by the Speech or Debate Clause in the Constitution, which offers immunity for Congressional speech, especially on a chamber's floor. According to the letter, the wiretap applications contained a startling amount of detail about the operation, which would have tipped off anyone who read them closely about what tactics were being used.
The Threat Of Liberal Judicial Activism Reaches New Heights
August 14, 2011
In making the case for judicial review, Chief Justice John Marshall pointed out that judges take a sworn oath to uphold the laws of the United States.
Until last month, it would have been unnecessary to stress that he was obviously referring to actual laws, not the unfulfilled fantasies of a lone member of Congress. Nevertheless, on July 7, in a case largely ignored by the media, dissenting Justices Breyer, Ginsburg, Sotomayor and Kagan carried judicial activism to new heights by advocating a stay of execution on the basis of an imaginary law. They thereby revealed themselves to be so desperate to save barbaric murderers that they unashamedly and brazenly sought to apply un-enacted legislation introduced on June 14 by one senator, Patrick Leahy, with not a single cosponsor and by no representative at all.
They Who Live by the Race Card Die by the Race Card
by Lloyd Marcus
August 13, 2011
Due to Obama's declining poll numbers, Democrat tongues loosened by cocktails at parties are quietly suggesting, "Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could primary Obama out with Hillary? Darn it, we can't because Obama is black!"
Almost three years ago, the Democrats offered their equivalent of a Trojan Horse to America in the form of a shiny, new, extremely well-crafted, beautiful black man. Its mega-internal speakers broadcast a hypnotic message, heavily reverbed to create a godlike effect and looped 24/7, promising "Hope and Change."
TSA Now Storming Public Places 8,000 Times a Year
by ABC Action News in Tampa showed passengers being given the signature pat downs Americans are used to watching the Transportation Security Administration screeners perform at our airports. Canine teams sniffed their bags and the buses they rode. Immigratio
June 20, 2011
Americans must to decide if, in the name of homeland security, they are willing to allow TSA operatives to storm public places in their communities with no warning, pat them down, and search their bags.
The TSA clearly intends for these out-of-nowhere swarms by its officers at community transit centers, bus stops and public events to become a routine and accepted part of American life. The TSA has conducted 8,000 of these security sweeps across the country in the past year alone, TSA chief John Pistole told a Senate committee June 14. They are part of its VIPR (Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response) program, which targets public transit related places. All of which is enough to make you wonder if we are watching the formation of the "civilian national security force" President Obama called for on the campaign trail "that is just as powerful, just as strong and just as well funded" as the military.
Study reveals Republicans leaving Party mainly over "lesser of two evils" argument
by Dr. Joel McDurmon
November 27, 2013
In July of this year, a research group, The Frontier Lab, released a revealing study called "Switching Behavior: Modeling Disaffiliation by Republicans from the Label 'Republican.'"
The Frontier Lab study includes both conservative and moderate Republicans, and identified four key events that prompted individuals to "disaffiliate" from the party. One was the rejection of the "lesser of two evils" argument-the argument that voters had to support a bad Republican because the Democratic candidate would invariably be worse. Both conservatives and moderates are tired of the "two evils" argument. . . . A second reason is closely related. Parting conservatives have expressed "loss of hope" in the party, but not just a general loss of hope-loss of hope specifically that by enduring the lesser of two evils tactic over time, the classic promise of that argument would materialize. That is, over time, and after many abuses, these people have lost hope that the party would change or effect change as promised. As director Anne Sorock puts it in the study, these people "often experienced an emotional exhaustion wherein they no longer felt hope that the party would deliver."
Russian correspondent Ioffe blasts MSNBC host: "did exactly the same s*** Russians did to me when I was in Russia"
August 8, 2013
Just how leftist is the American media? So leftist that a Russian-American journalist and former Moscow-based correspondent for Foreign Policy and The New Yorker, after enduring a shouting, "mansplaining" Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC, wrote an explanatory follow-up complaining how the host was acting like a Russian dictator! The guest, New Republic senior editor Julia Ioffe, quipped, "My main beef with O'Donnell is . . . that he did exactly the same s*** Russians did to me when I was in Russia."
Private property rights get boost in unnoticed SCOTUS opinion
July 12, 2013
Can the government just take you property for its purposes? Of course not. The Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution requires just compensation at least.
But governments get creative with how they manipulate property owners in regard to their property usage in various banner1ways. A marquee Supreme Court case, building on two previous cases, has just made it even harder for State and local governments to bully property owners. Forbes.com reports, "Nearly unnoticed among the marquee decisions by this year's Supreme Court session is Koontz v. St. John's Water Management District. The decision granted the plaintiff the right to sue a governmental agency that required a payment - or 'exaction' - for public facilities miles away from his property as a contingency for approval of a building permit."
Police beat up suspect's neighbor to prevent domestic violence
July 8, 2013
Police in Henderson, Nevada, wanted to spy upon a domestic violence suspect from a neighboring home, but when the neighbor refused to lend his home for such purposes, the police essentially engaged in a little domestic violence of their own.
Now the lawsuits are flying-including rare charges of violation of the third amendment. Breitbart.com reports, "Anthony Mitchell lives on the same street as his parents Michael and Linda Mitchell in a suburb of Las Vegas. On July 10, 2011, police contacted Anthony to say they were investigating his neighbors for domestic violence. The police said they required stationing officers in Anthony's house to gain a tactical advantage. Anthony refused, saying he did not want to get involved..."
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