The U.S. spent $20 billion and seven years nation building and training Iraq’s military. So let the Iraqi people settle their differences. We’ve invested far too much for far too long.
Despite multiple crises, President Barack Obama shuffled off to vacation, play a round or two of golf at exclusive clubs only the 1 percent can afford, and raise money for the Democrat National Committee.
Illegals are flooding across the southern border at an unprecedented rate. There is a refugee crisis in Texas. It’s a crisis of President Barack Obama’s making, and it’s intentional. America is being transformed before our eyes.
Almost 3 million people are graduating with either an associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree this year. They are beginning to flood the market looking for work. And as they do, they’re saddled with an average of $30,000 in student-loan debt.
A bill has been proposed that requires California colleges and universities to adopt policies concerning campus sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking policies containing an “affirmative consent” policy in order to receive State funds for financial assistance.
President Barack Obama’s dismissal and violation of U.S. immigration laws has created a refugee crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border. U.S. Immigration and Customers Enforcement is being overwhelmed, and this falls at Obama’s feet because of his decision to halt deportations of young adult illegals.
The Connecticut girl kidnapped by the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families and imprisoned in Boston Children’s Hospital for more than year has been cleared to return home by the courts. But she has not yet been released, as the legal system continues to drag its feet.
Areas of Georgia may soon join metro Atlanta and the States of Tennessee and Wyoming as places that will allow officers to forcibly withdraw blood during traffic stops. Forced medical procedures are torture and have no place in American jurisprudence.
President Barack Obama considered deploying the U.S. military during the Cliven Bundy Ranch standoff in Nevada under the approbation of a Pentagon directive on military support to civilian authorities signed in 2010.
Over the past few months, there have been protests and strikes by fast food workers at various locations across the U.S. and in Europe for a higher minimum wage. Anticipating a sharp rise in wages, the fast food industry is looking to alternatives to paying workers more than they are worth. It is turning to technology.