So now we know that a lot of foreign governments — many of them with very shaky records on human rights — have given a ton of money to Bill and Hillary Clinton’s foundation. Is anyone surprised? More to the point, is anyone really bothered by it?
So now the Justice Department is claiming that our national security will be “irreparably harmed” if a federal judge does not lift his injunction blocking Barack Obama’s illegal amnesty program. What a crock! The administration’s arguments here are as false as the ones being spouted in Congress over funding the Department of Homeland Security.
While you’re never get a Republican leader to admit it, the truth is that of course Obama doesn’t possess the traditional love of country you and I have always taken for granted. If he did, he would never have said that his goal was to “transform” this country.
Preventing the Keystone pipeline from being completed is only part of the war that Obama is conducting against energy independence in this country.
What planet did he just come from? That was the first question that occurred to me after listening to the president’s State of the Union speech two nights ago.
Make no mistake about it: The war on the nation’s police is a war on all of us — on our values, our traditions and what the demonstrators would scornfully call “the American way of life.”
As 2014 draws to a close, we can look back at many instances when an out-of-control federal government wasted tons of the money it took from us, deceived us about its activities, and trampled on the rights of its citizens. In short, it’s been a very bad year for the U.S. Constitution.
Americans are without a doubt the most generous people in the world. We give more of our time and money to others than any other nation.
I’ll have some specific stats to share with you in a moment, but there are also a bunch of folks who give charity a bad name.
Boy, is Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) ticked off. The son of immigrants from Cuba, he says that Barack Obama’s plan to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba is an abject betrayal of American principles and the Cuban people.
There are so many things wrong with the “cromnibus” spending bill that I hardly know where to begin. Let’s start with the fact that members of the House had less than 24 hours to review the bill before they had to vote on it. The chances that anyone actually read the 1,600-page conglomeration, and knew all of the pork that was packed in it, are just about zero.