The National Review Online recently published an article by Kevin D. Williamson wherein he posits that Congressman Ron Paul is juking to the left on immigration in anticipation of his upcoming race for the White House.
A county judge whose son has worked for the SEIU and the AFL-CIO struck down a Wisconsin law that would have limited some of the collective-bargaining privileges of government-employee unions, sparking outrage from lawmakers who are determined to salvage the legislation in an effort to tackle the state‘s multi-billion dollar budget crisis. But despite the ruling, the battle over reform is still far from over.
On Wednesday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to ban the use of federal money for the purpose of training doctors in abortion procedures. Authored by Representative Virginia Foxx (left) (R-N.C.), the measure is one of the latest Republican efforts targeting abortions.
National Right to Life reports:
Schultz blurted out the slur on his radio show on Tuesday during another of his frothing monologues, this one about conservatives who noticed that President Obama was visiting Ireland rather than visiting the victims of the tornado that leveled Joplin, Mo.
On Tuesday, May 24, federal agents from the TSA visited the Texas legislature threatening to end air travel in Texas if the hugely favored anti-TSA bill, H.B. 1937, passed. The backlash from Texans and even members of the press stung Texas state Senators, but not enough to prevent the lawmakers from tucking tail and running. The support the measure lost as a result of federal bullying wasn’t regained in time to resurrect it for passage.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nevada) has essentially told his fellow senators he won't allow amendments to the Patriot Act he disagrees with on the Senate floor. The May 25 statement on the Senate floor has resulted in a heated floor exchange and may require the Patriot Act to lapse for a few days before a final Senate vote is possible.
A Texas bill that would have made Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents liable for sexual assault when groping passengers without probable cause was pulled from the Senate floor after the Department of Justice sent a letter threatening to create what critics called a “no-fly zone” over the state by preventing flights to or from Texas airports. However, as will be demonstrated in a follow-up report by a colleague, there may well be "life after death" for this bill.
As if the White House did not already have the mainstream media in its back pocket, the Obama administration decided to create a position that ultimately counters any news story regarding the Obama administration that has anything less than a positive spin, adding yet another government job to the payroll.
The field of Republican potential candidates for Barack Obama's job changes almost daily, as one possibility or another announces he will not run and another makes it official he will. Over the past weekend, Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels took himself out of the presidential picture and on Monday former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlwenty made his long-anticipated announcement that he is, indeed, in the running.
The Obama reelection campaign is digging for �dirt� on Republican Chris Christie, the New York Post reported Monday, despite the New Jersey governor's repeated pronouncements that he will not be a candidate for President in 2012. The campaign team is doing "opposition research" in case Christie changes his mind, the Post said in reporting the "Obama operatives are compiling a dossier" on the governor. "Obama's campaign manager, Jim Messina, did not respond to messages," the report said.
Here�s one for late-night jokester Jay Leno�s weekly �Headlines� segment featuring Stupid Criminals � his favorite target. Although, he might want to consider a sister segment to his repertoire: Clueless Victims.