Attorney General Eric Holder didn’t have a ready answer when questioned by Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) Wednesday on the Constitutional basis for the President’s use of executive orders.
The results of a new poll from Gallup indicate that President Barack Obama’s push for stricter gun control may have actually led more Americans to feel that the Nation needs less strict gun laws.
Because their corporate masters want millions of legal workers they can pay slave wages to, House Republicans are about to ignore the will of about two-thirds of their base and grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.
Disgusted, Representative Steve Stockman walked out midway through the President’s speech on Tuesday. Now the Representative says he is seriously considering filing Articles of Impeachment against the President.
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The January iteration of a Kaiser Family Foundation monthly tracking poll finds fewer uninsured Americans hold a favorable opinion of Obamacare than at any time since the law went into effect. That’s because they’ve had four months to digest an unending parade of news reports that show the law playing havoc with the finances of […]
This article, written by electronic freedom activist Parker Higgins and attorney Mitch Stoltz, was originally published by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Copyright reform hearings continue to lumber along in the House of Representatives, with Tuesday’s in the Judiciary Committee marking the seventh in as many months. This hearing was dedicated to “The Scope of Fair […]
In another example of just how affordable Obamacare is making health insurance for average Americans, Simonetta’s Collision Repair Center, a small business in Pennsylvania, shared its story of huge premium and deductible increases for its employees’ health insurance plans with a local news station. According to WTAE-PA, the small business’s employee premiums have jumped from […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
During a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Wednesday, officials urged National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden to hand over any remaining top secret documents still in his possession, claiming that further leaks will lead to the deaths of U.S. diplomats, citizens and soldiers.