Under rules created in the wake of Obamacare’s creation, Congressional staffers are supposed to get their health insurance through Washington, D.C.’s, health insurance exchange. But, of course, the political class has established that rules don’t apply to it. Obamacare isn’t good enough for them.
On Tuesday, House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Obamacare) finally admitted what everyone outside the Federally-funded “navigators” already knew. It doesn’t matter if you like your plan or not. Indeed, Hoyer knew all along that Obama’s top selling point was an outright fraud.
Attorneys at the Justice Department are currently working to advance a Supreme Court argument that the Federal government should be allowed to invoke international treaties as legal basis for policies that government officials are unable to put into place because they conflict with the Nation’s Constitution.
A full court press to push an amnesty bill through the House of Representatives will begin next week. It will be spearheaded by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a coalition of Big Business and Silicon Valley, immigration activists and liberal religious leaders. An amnesty bill is bad for the American worker. It’s bad for the economy. It’s bad for America.
It’s official, kids. President Barack Obama lied to the American people about the events surrounding the al-Qaida-planned and led attack on the compound in Benghazi; notably the murders of Ambassador Chris Stevens, Glenn Doherty, Sean Smith and Tyrone Woods.
America is about eight-tenths of a percentage point from reaching a tipping point from which recovery of the republic from socialistic forces will be impossible without violent revolution or catastrophic economic collapse.
Let us all thank Representative Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) for the latest reminder that there are no depths so low that liberals haven’t plumbed, roughed-in and constructed Section 8 housing in them. In a fundraising email, the lawmaker appears to equate the Tea Party with the Ku Klux Klan.
President Barack Obama has no one to blame but himself. He was the one who campaigned in 2008 on hope and change. He was the one who deployed high-flying rhetoric to promise a new day in Washington politics.
We recently got a taste of how the food stamp army reacts when its government handouts are delayed for a few moments. It will be interesting to see if the same reaction occurs when it realizes the average family’s monthly payment will drop from $275 per month to $239.
Last Friday afternoon, a group of people described by CBS News’ San Francisco bureau as “dozens of undocumented immigrants and immigrants’ rights advocates” rallied to successfully stop a bus. The bus did stop; and its cargo of criminals was delayed in reaching its ultimate destination south of the border.