Jack Kenny

Congress should consider impeaching President Obama if he tries to change the requirements of immigration law by executive action, veteran Congressman Walter B. Jones, Jr. (R-N.C.) said.

“Did Al Sharpton Just Pick the Next Attorney General?” asked the headline of the Daily Caller article  that reported Obama had announced as his candidate U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch of New York "just two days after Obama's post-election meeting with Al Sharpton and weeks after Lynch's own meeting with Sharpton." Lynch is also, the report noted, known to be close to Attorney General Eric Holder, who recently announced his resignation, effective with the confirmation of the new AG.

The new challenge the Supreme Court will hear to ObamaCare is likely to be as controversial and divisive as the high court's 5-4 decision in 2012.

Things have changed considerably in the last four years for Kentucky's political odd couple, Mitch McConnell, the anticipated majority leader in the new GOP-controlled Senate, and the state's junior senator, Rand Paul.

Saturday, 08 November 2014 00:00

Will GOP Senate Mean More U.S. Wars?

The new wave of GOP hawks in Congress may keep the war fires burning, according to former longtime Texas congressman and 2012 presidential candidate Ron Paul.

The conservative Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire filed a lawsuit Thursday against the Internal Revenue Service for allegedly withholding information about correspondence between the IRS and two New Hampshire members of Congress over the IRS targeting of conservative non-profit organizations applying for tax-exempt status.

Many New Hampshire residents would like elections to be about the fiscal issues of taxing and spending and business regulations, while leaving the social issues to fend for themselves. But the various threads that make up the fabric of society are not so easily separated without rending the whole garment. Consider the Constitution of the United States, for example. A government of limited, delegated powers presupposes a free people, and freedom requires a moral people.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 00:00

Fleeing Neville Chamberlain's Shadow

The ghost of Neville Chamberlain — who is, it is claimed, guilty of appeasing Hitler and causing him to try to overrun Europe — still haunts American foreign policy.

 

 

 

 

The documentary Blue investigates the motives and methodology of the environmental movement and finds it to be less about the good of the Earth and more about control of it.

Even the FBI chief is now advising us to be "deeply skeptical" of government.