"A Muslim doesn’t record another Muslim," said Gamal Abdel-Hafiz. This might not have been noteworthy except that Abdel-Hafiz was an FBI agent at the time and was refusing to do his duty, which at that moment involved taping a Muslim suspect.
Faced with continued opposition from liberty-minded U.S. senators against a White House-backed global tax regime that shreds what remains of financial privacy, establishment Republican leaders in Congress are working overtime to get Obama's schemes approved. Obama himself has been on the warpath, too, blasting Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) last month for his “quirky” opposition to obliterating the U.S. Constitution's Fourth Amendment protections for privacy rights. When that failed, Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) joined the fray, sending a letter to fellow lawmakers urging them to help get Obama's schemes approved as quickly as possible.
The quid pro quo arrangement between the NRA and the far-left senator from Nevada Harry Reid is no more.
President Barack Obama has issued a record number of regulations that are costing U.S. taxpayers over $100 billion annually.
Some argue that Title 18 Section 2071 of the U.S. Code would prevent Hillary Clinton from holding office in the United States.