In recent weeks, I’ve pontificated on Obama’s spendthrift budget, Congressman Dave Camp’s timid tax reform plan, and the corrupt cronyism of Washington. I got to elaborate on all these topics – and more – in this interview with Professor Glenn Reynolds, more widely known as Instapundit. If there was an overall theme, it’s that President […]
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Ron Fournier’s article about Wednesday’s IRS hearing is sloppily written. It doesn’t show he’s interested in accuracy: Conservatives are applauding Issa for shutting down a Democrat. Without evidence, the Right has convicted Lerner, the IRS, the White House, and President Obama of abuse of power. Conservatives like me applaud Chairman Issa for shutting off Rep. […]
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During his confirmation hearing in 2009, Eric Holder made this commitment to the Senate Judiciary Committee and the American people: “The attempt to politicize the department will not be tolerated should I become attorney general of the United States.” “I will work to restore the credibility of a department badly shaken by allegations of improper political interference….” Yet, beginning with one of his first actions as the new Attorney General, when he dropped charges against members of the New Black Panther Party for violating the rights of white voters in a Philadelphia precinct during the 2008 elections, Mr. Holder has established a track record as being more than willing to put politics ahead of the rights of Americans. Just a few examples where Holder has been more than willing to use “improper political interference” has been in the areas of: right to bear arms, freedom of speech, and freedom of the press. He recently instructed Attorneys General across the country to ignore the law—in violation of the Constitution—if they represent a state where homosexual marriage isn’t legal. But perhaps one of the most troubling has been in the area of religious freedom. Some of the more notable instances where this has been the case are: In the case of Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and School v. The […]
Continue reading Eric Holder finally defends religious freedom . . . almost
Over the past week, I’ve highlighted the fact that Julianne Ortman said she didn’t favor repealing Obamacare, aka the Affordable Care Act. Since one of the quotes was from the Star and Sickle, aka the Star Tribune, it’s fitting that conservatives question whether the Strib got the quote wrong. This video should dispel any worries […]
Continue reading Julianne Ortman sets record straight
It isn’t often that one picture can lay out the complexities of a relationship but this one of Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin unfortunately does! Advertisement
Continue reading Photo that depicts the Obama-Putin relationship perfectly!
Who would have ever thought that comparing Barack Obama to Jimmy Carter would end up being an insult to Jimmy Carter?’Not since Jimmy Carter has a U.S. President inspired and emboldened our enemies the way that Barack Obama has and still does! Wit…
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