Despite his and Democrats' denials, a recently released trove of e-mails shows that MIT economist Jonathan Gruber played a central role in getting ObamaCare drafted and passed.
Boehner’s rampage against House members who defied him on ObamaTrade vote has begun to backfire — and he may be starting to back-pedal, due to public pressure.
The man charged with massacring nine churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, and shocking the rest of the world with an incomprehensibly vicious act of evil, has been variously described as a monster, a racist, a terrorist, a hate criminal, a neo-Nazi, an anti-Semite, a druggie, and more. Beyond that, a “manifesto” attributed to the alleged killer, Dylann Roof, 21, exposes the author of the screed as an anti-American collectivist race-monger obsessed with superficial characteristics such as skin color who harbored a bizarre wish to spark a “race war.” Ironically, though, despite agitation and hate spewing by some race mongers, the drug user’s massacre of innocent Christians brought many Americans of all races together across South Carolina and beyond like never before. In other words, Roof failed.
The Pentagon has released its new book of instructions for waging war legally, wherein it outlines acceptable ways of killing the enemy. The manual reveals that the term “enemy combatant” has been replaced by the designation “unprivileged belligerents,” and that journalists labeled as such are legitimate targets.
Representative Ken Buck (R-Colo.) is the latest target among House Republicans who dared to vote their consciences against Boehner’s fanatical Fast Track support for TPP/TTIP/TiSA.