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Allen West: His Bombshell Accusation Against Obama That Could Explain A Whole Lot

 Former Florida Rep. Allen West declared President Obama an Islamist who is intentionally working against the security of the United States. “The only plausible explanation for many actions taken by President Obama and his administration is that they are working counter to the security of the United States of America,” the former Florida congressman and […] Continue reading →

The Peace President?

Rich Galen  I know most of you are not terribly interested in foreign affairs. In fact, my experience has been that when I write a column based on something going on somewhere outside the borders of the U.S. of A. my normally quick-to-hit-the-SEND-key readership is just about silent. Crickets.   Nevertheless … President Barack Obama […] Continue reading →

Ted Cruz’s “Five Conservative Victories”

Kevin Glass  Sen. Ted Cruz spoke at the 2014 Red State Gathering in Ft. Worth on Friday, telling the hundreds of gathered conservative activists not to believe the media’s rhetoric on the lagging conservative movement – that, in his time in Washington, there are distinct and powerful victories that conservatives can be proud of. He […] Continue reading →

“We Don’t Understand Real Evil, Organized Evil, Very Well. This is Evil Incarnate.”

Hugh Hewitt  That title is a quote from former Ambassador Ryan Crocker, quoted in Peter Baker’s fine piece in Friday’s New York Times’ on the president’s decision to sort-of, kind-of, maybe strike against ISIS. Baker’s quote of Crocker, who served as President George W. Bush’s Ambassador to Iraq and President Obama’s Ambassador to Afghanistan, is […] Continue reading →

House Officially Votes to Sue Barack Obama

 The Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, was duly passed by Congress in 2010, Democrat shenanigans notwithstanding. Since that time, President Obama and his administration have made numerous rule changes and delays to various aspects of the law, all without Congress.  Many view that as a violation of the Constitution. The GOP-led House of […] Continue reading →