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In 100 Days, an Election About Competence

Greg Walden  Back in January, Nancy Pelosi had an infamous interview with Jon Stewart of “The Daily Show” that crystalizes what the 2014 election – just 100 days from today – is really all about. Pressed on the problems with the rollout of ObamaCare, Stewart asked Pelosi whether Democrats needed to make a stronger case […] Continue reading →

WH doubles down on impeachment

 The White House on Friday doubled down on its talk that Republicans could try and impeach President Obama The White House on Friday doubled down on its talk that Republicans could try and impeach President Obama, hours after a top White House aide said they were taking these calls more seriously.   “I think there […] Continue reading →

UNREAL: Barack Obama Claims He Can Invade Countries Without Congress

 It’s been well established that President Barack Obama acknowledges very few limits on presidential power–at least while he’s sitting in the oval office. He has re-written some laws, selectively enforced others, and conspired with his cabinet–and perhaps even his wife–to avoid the constraints placed on his office by the separation of powers delineated in the […] Continue reading →

The Obama Doctrine

Sean Noble  Remembering back to any high school US history class, we can all recall hearing about the doctrines of various presidents. A doctrine would be the pattern of actions that came to define a given administration. The history of doctrines tends to remember presidents by their aggressive foreign policy stances, such as the Monroe […] Continue reading →

Thomas Sowell: Lawsuits and Impeachment

 Whenever Democrats are in real trouble politically, the Republicans seem to come up with something new that distracts the public’s attention from the Democrats’ problems. Who says Republicans are not compassionate? With public opinion polls showing President Obama’s sinking approval rate, in the wake of his administration’s multiple fiascoes and scandals — the disgraceful treatment […] Continue reading →

Bad Week For Obama, Boehner? A Noted Journalist looks at Politics Today

Brian Birdnow  Last week Dan Thomasson, an Op-Ed columnist for McClatchy-Tribune news service, a former Vice-President of Scripps Howard Newspapers, a former columnist at the Washington Times, and a general decorated veteran of print journalism published a long column which was syndicated in many major daily papers. The column, entitled, Shortage of Functioning Brain Cells […] Continue reading →