The last time we had a President who used the Internal Revenue Service as a weapon against his own constituents, Congress prepared articles of impeachment against him. So why isn’t that happening now?
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Americans and the 4th Amendment yesterday in a unanimous decision that prevents police from snooping into people’s cellphones without a warrant.
The total disregard for the rule of law being revealed by testimony in the ongoing Congressional investigation into the Internal Revenue Service targeting scandal proves the criminality and totalitarianism of the U.S. government and its disregard for the people.
The Republicans on the House Ways and Means Committee whacked IRS Commissioner John Koskinen on the snout last week for obviously lying during testimony. Committee member John Lewis promptly apologized to Koskinen for the way he was treated. That’s got me rethinking my stance on term limits.
Is the liberty movement more dangerous than al-Qaida? CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen thinks so. Apparently, so do Hillary Clinton and Harry Reid, both of whom have called gun rights supporters “terrorists.”
Earlier this week, the United States scored a major victory in the War on Terror. You may rest easy, peace-loving people of the world. Ahmed Abu Khattala has been apprehended.
In my day, if an experienced professor of international and Constitutional law such as University of Illinois Professor Francis A. Boyle called for impeachment of a President, it was a serious situation for the President. But no more.
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.
As last week drew to what I’m sure Barack Obama thought of as a merciful close, the Internal Revenue Service announced that it had somehow lost two years’ worth of emails relating to Obama’s program of using the Nation’s tax enforcement agency as his own personal brute squad.
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.