Some endeavors are best left to the Federal government, loath though I might be to admit it: the Eisenhower Interstate Highway System and keeping Harry Reid occupied, for example. The problems always seem to start when the Feds take an active interest in the little things, such as what’s going on in your bedroom.
The gangster government in Washington that has everything to hide is now in the National Security Agency’s hands and will follow orders. The pretense that amerika is a democracy responsible to the people has been exposed. The United States is run by and for the NSA.
The Barack Obama regime opened a new front in his war on America yesterday when he unveiled his plans to skirt Congress and cut so-called carbon pollution from existing power plants. Obama says he’s going to regulate coal out of business.
By the time you read this, our redoubtable defenders of freedom in the U.S. Senate will have voted on whether to turn the illegal immigration spigot from “steady stream” to “build an ark.” Though my deadline arrived before the vote, I doubt I’m treading on thin ice by guessing the Senate voted “si.”
As President Barack Obama and his warmongering neocon enablers stir civil wars and arm anti-government (al-Qaida and Islamist) fighters in previously stable Mideast and North African countries, they seem to also be surreptitiously working to desensitize the U.S. military in preparation for a war on Americans.
On Monday, the Supreme Court, in a 7-2 ruling, struck down the State of Arizona’s voter-ID law. Across the Nation, a hue and cry rose from conservatives. From their perspective, the Supremes had just shredded not only the 10th Amendment to the Constitution, but the sanctity and security of elections to come.
“IRS Spent $50 Million On Staff Conferences,” “IRS Spent $4.1 Million On One Conference, Audit Finds” and “IRS Officials Face Grilling Over Lavish Spending”: So read the headlines. After I read these articles, I found myself in an audit with a client who, ironically, is being questioned about travel expenses.
The old saw that when seconds count a cop is only minutes away has never been truer than now, as cash-strapped cities cut back their police presence. To combat crime, some neighborhoods have hired private firms to patrol their streets. In a county in Oregon, residents are arming themselves.
Liberals say “gun control” will cure everything from drug-fueled gang wars to jaywalking. But Newtown, Conn., already had the laws that the anti-Bill of Rights types want to impose on the rest of us. And Newtown is a libertarian paradise compared to Chicago.
If ongoing disagreements between the old GOP guard and junior lawmakers are any indication, there’s a rift in the Republican Party that isn’t going to be resolved anytime in the near future.