Sarah Palin let rip on President Barack Obama Monday afternoon, calling his attack strategy on House Republicans’ efforts to fund the government — a process the Constitution expressly allots to the House of Representatives — an “impeachable offense.” In a posting-cum-editorial titled “Obama’s Debt Default is on His Shoulders While We Shoulder His Impeachable Offenses,” […]
The news that Janet Yellen was nominated to become the next Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System was greeted with joy by financial markets and the financial press. Wall Street saw Yellen’s nomination as a harbinger of continued easy money. Contrast this with the hand-wringing that took place when Larry […]
Three Muslim judges in Malaysia overturned a four year-old ruling Monday, finding that only Muslims have access to the word “Allah.” Under the unanimous ruling, Christian newspapers doing business in Malaysia cannot refer to a deity named “Allah.” Christians are a religious minority in Malaysia, which is predominantly a “moderate” Islamic country. Catholic newspaper The […]
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You may soon notice that Obamacare is creeping into the plots of some of your favorite television shows, thanks to a $500,000 grant awarded last week to USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center’s Hollywood Health & Society program.
The summary for a poll released last week by NBC News and The Wall Street Journal sums up the Nation’s disgust with Congress as a whole, as well as President Barack Obama: Throw the bums out. What other message can Washington hear from the results of recent polls?
In a speech last week, Senator Ted Cruz, who has earned a reputation for being hated by Democrats and Republican Party elders alike, wasted no time criticizing the White House and his GOP detractors, sending a message that he’s on a mission to change the way Washington works to the benefit of conservatism.
One of the authors of the post-Sept. 11 bill has turned against the broad surveillance powers, loophole abuses and 4th Amendment-shredding licentiousness the law introduced under President George W. Bush and the expansion of Federal police powers under Barack Obama.
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s year-old lawsuit to bring down the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is beginning to receive more attention now that Obamacare has endured the first week of its square-wheeled rollout. Taking a different approach than that employed by the 28 States that lost a Constitutional argument before the Supreme Court, […]
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