Let’s face it. House Speaker John Boehner is a snake in the grass, a de facto Democrat operative posing as a Republican. If Boehner had any care for the nation and the Constitution, he’d resign as speaker rather than play nice with Obama and the Democrats.
In the last election, the people gave Congress an unambiguous mandate to stop Obama and the Democrats on all fronts, not just federally. The voters also ejected numerous Democrats from state and local offices. The red states are empowered in numbers and strength primed to coalesce.
Nice job by Greg Corombos in covering Judge Napolitano’s remarks about the illegal amnesty business and the problem with unchecked presidential power grabs! I appreciate hearing from Napolitano and your coverage of people like him.
The fact that so many Americans don’t even know their freedoms have been usurped makes it clear that we’ve collectively ignored our own rights in allowing our government to “govern” instead of being accountable to “ser ... continue reading »
Hillary Clinton told an audience at Georgetown: “This is what we call ‘smart power.’ Using every possible partner and tool to advance peace and security, leaving no one on the sidelines, showing respect, even for one’s enemies … trying to understand, and insofar as psychologically possible, empathize with their perspective and point of view, helping to define the problems, determine the solutions. … That is what we believe in the 21st century will change the prospects for peace.”
This is the blathering from the ’60s flower child who is now all grown up.
With respect to the lack of opposition from Republican leaders regarding illegal-alien amnesty, I see again the label “RINO” being applied. I for one am tired of seeing this delusive term. What exactly is a Republican In Name Only?
The “In Name Only” qualifier misleads one to infer a lack of some set of values to which party members and leaders are supposed to adhere. Exactly what views can one hold that would exclude membership in the Republican Party? To the best of my knowledge, the Republican Party will not deny membership to anyone supporting abortion on demand or favoring a repeal of the Second Amendmen ... continue reading »