Barack Obama’s latest proposal to transform this country is a doozy. In a speech in Cleveland last week, he said that the United States should make voting mandatory.
Barack Obama did everything he could to make sure Benjamin Netanyahu was not re-elected as prime minister of Israel. And he failed miserably.
The very folks who the Clintonistas were counting on to protect and defend Hillary Clinton have turned into some of her most skeptical questioners in the wake of the email scandal.
Hillary Clinton admits that she deleted more than 30,000 emails from her private email account – which also included every single email she sent or received during the four years she served as Secretary of State. And we’re supposed to trust her that absolutely no mistakes were made in separating everything into the two piles?
The Justice Department has finally confirmed what many of us were certain was the case: Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson told the truth about what happened when he said he shot Michael Brown in self-defense.
On Tuesday, Benjamin Netanyahu delivered what has been described as “a speech for the ages.” It left a lot of viewers wishing that our own president were half as eloquent about defending our country and promoting our interests.
It’s illegal for a foreign government to contribute money to an American politician. But, as the Clinton family knows, it’s perfectly okay to do so through a foundation.
So now the Justice Department is claiming that our national security will be “irreparably harmed” if a federal judge does not lift his injunction blocking Barack Obama’s illegal amnesty program. These arguments are as false as the ones being spouted in Congress over funding the Department of Homeland Security.
Wow, Rudolph Giuliani sure stirred up a hornet’s nest by his remarks last week questioning Barack Obama’s love of this country. In case you missed it, the former New York City mayor, who has long been known for his outspoken bluntness, set off an uproar when he had this to say last Wednesday.
Remember when Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), who was the speaker of the House of Representatives at the time, said we had to pass Obamacare to find out what’s in it? Well, the same thing is happening today with the Internet.
Let’s see. Barack Obama has been the president of the United States for the past six years. And for every day of those six years, American troops have been fighting, dying and sometimes retreating somewhere in the Middle East. And yet it’s only now that the president has asked Congress for its approval.
How many more innocent people will die at the hands of Islamic terrorists before they are stopped? We can’t know the answer, but it looks like it will be a bunch. For sure, it won’t happen until we get new leadership in the White House.
On Thursday, President Barack Obama told attendees at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington that Islamic butchers aren’t the only ones who have committed terrible atrocities in the name of religion.
After not even bothering to present a budget proposal to Congress for most of his reign, President Obama decided to go the other way this year. He and his team put together a 2,000-page monstrosity that calls for all sorts of spending increases, along with a ton of new taxes to help pay for them.
Preventing the Keystone pipeline from being completed is only part of the war that Barack Obama is conducting against energy independence in this country. Even more significant are measures the president has taken that could mean the end of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.
House Speaker John Boehner sure has stirred up a hornet’s nest with his invitation to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a joint session of Congress next month. The deal was arranged without any consultation with the Obama administration, which has angered a bunch of folks here and in Israel.
Finally, Hollywood has made a movie about a modern American hero — a U.S. soldier, no less, who was proud of doing everything he could to protect his fellow servicemen during four tours of duty in Iraq. The public has responded by setting all sorts of attendance records during the film’s first month of release.
What planet did he just come from? That was the first question that occurred to me after listening to the president’s State of the Union speech two nights ago. Because what he said certainly bore no resemblance to where this country is today or took into account the events of the past few months.
Last Friday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear appeals of four cases where states had banned gay marriages. The court will also rule on a related case of whether states must recognize same-sex marriages that were performed in other states.
The White House has finally admitted that yes, by golly, it did make a mistake in not sending a high-level representative to the anti-terror march in Paris on Sunday that was attended by more than 40 world leaders. Big deal. There’s a far bigger issue involved here than going to a march.
Even though our president’s failure to show up in Paris is mildly upsetting, there is another theme the mainstream media have launched that really annoys me. And that is the constant refrain that we better not blame all Muslims for the murderous actions of a tiny minority.
Make no mistake about it: The war on the nation’s police is a war on all of us — on our values, our traditions and what the demonstrators would scornfully call “the American way of life.” Theirs is a planned and deliberate assault on our system of limited, representative government.
Just how tough will the Republicans be this year? We’ll get a major indication later today, when the Republicans in the House of Representatives vote on who will be their leader. Sadly, it looks like John Boehner (R-Ohio), the incumbent speaker, will win in a walk.