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Barack Obama campaigned for the Presidency on a platform which included proud opposition to what he called a “dumb war.” He was FOR the War in Afghanistan; and AGAINST the War in Iraq. But now, he’s FOR a war against a “petty dictator” whose military “is a fraction of its former strength…”
Representative Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) says he plans to offer up a measure that would defund United States attacks in Libya.
Good for him. If the rest of Congress intends to assume its Constitutional authority, the measure will pass. If it doesn’t, we can assume Congress has no intention of following the U.S. Constitution and the Tea Party should immediately target all members of Congress who willfully ignore the Constitution.
Article I Section 8 grants Congress the power to declare war. The Founders’ intent on that was clear according to James Madison.
Lawmakers in Alaska have proposed a bill that resembles the Wisconsin legislation that restricts collective bargaining rights of State employees.
Several lawmakers have called for a thorough investigation of Project Gunrunner, a sting operation led by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) that may have led to an American agent’s death.
While schmoozing and lollygagging in Brazil as the world burned down around him, President Barack Obama made a stunning statement to Brazilians: “We want to help you with the technology to support and develop these oil reserves safely.
President Barack Obama is not who the world thought he was. His policies, including the attack on Libya starting last weekend, prove it. Read this article for possible motives behind Obama’s Middle East strategy…
President Barack Obama has fielded heavy criticism in recent days after the United States joined an international military campaign against Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty has become the first high-profile candidate to announce his intentions to run for the 2012 Republican Presidential nomination.
On March 22, 1765, the British Parliament passed an odious piece of legislation known as the Stamp Act. It imposed a tax on every piece of paper used by colonists in America, including all legal documents, licenses, newspapers and other publications… and even playing cards.