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It would seem reality has finally, at long last, over-ridden the default setting for government workers' “Big Government-loving” worldview.
As shown in the latest issue of Governing:
State and local government officials increasingly disapprove of president Obama and fear the country is headed in the wrong direction, according to a new Governing Index survey.Read more »
“You’ve grown up hearing voices…warn that tyranny is always lurking just around the corner. You should reject these voices…Because what they suggest is that we can’t be trusted.”
–President Barack Obama, May 6, 2013
Over the last two weeks, an unprecedented abuse of power has illustrated the lawless nature of the Obama Administration. They have ignored the law, the Constitution, and Congress, and have engaged in behavior for which President Nixon faced articles of impeachment. The American people deserve full accountability
An umbrella can tell a lot about his character.
There are those who will weather the storm. Then there are those who manage their own storms. Finally there are those want the umbrella held for them. Read more »
You want to know the meaning of Benghazi? It is very simple: the only person so far who has been punished was the filmmaker Nakoula Basseley. Nakoula produced the now infamous youtube video on the prophet Mohammed, which we now know did not cause the Benghazi attack. As for those in charge, we now know they lied to the American people, they intimidated witnesses, and an innocent man was put into jail where he still sits.
The following is a press release from the NRA Institute for Legislative Action:
Things haven't been very good for President Obama lately. Last week, Congress heard from witnesses concerning his administration's fatal failures related to the September 11, 2012, attack on our consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Not buying into the make-believe nonsense that Obama has improved America's standing among terrorists devoted to our destruction, jihadists recently attacked the Boston Marathon. The unemployment rate has decreased by only 0.4 percentage point since January. Read more »
After many months of stories, investigations, obfuscations, liberal media biased reporting (and lack thereof) and political infighting, this week's House of Representative's hearings are finally starting to provide some solid information. We have now heard from the top U.S. official at the Libyan Embassy, Gregory Hicks, that there was no doubt on Sept. 11, 2012 that a terrorist attack was
It’s fitting that President Obama kicked off his "jobs and opportunity" tour in Texas – the state that was rated first for business and second for average personal income growth. With low taxes and sensible regulations, Texas is a beacon for economic growth and opportunity.
Instead of following the path taken by his home state of Illinois that has a 9.5% unemployment rate, the President should recognize that our nation
FRIDAY WAS A DAY OF CONTRASTS.
Earlier that day, I streamed the live broadcast of President Obama addressing Planned Parenthood’s annual gathering in Washington D.C. This smaller, low-profile event in front of a modest gathering of 1000 Planned Parenthood volunteers and supporters,
In a shocking last minute decision, President Obama backed out of his engagement to be the keynote speaker at this week’s planned parenthood “time to care” annual gala.
Instead of canceling the event completely, however, Obama will still demonstrate his unwavering support for Planned Parenthood by speaking at a smaller, lower-profile event on Friday. Read more »
Today I called on the Obama Administration to stop engineering flight delays and instead turn to a common-sense approach to budgeting.
The President and his Administration traveled the country and tried to stir up anxiety and concern and fear over the imposition of the sequester, warning that the sky would fall like a modern-day "Chicken Little." Well, it's been almost two months since the sequester took effect, and the Administration's claims that the sky would fall have each proven to be false. Read more »