Mark Meckler

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California Laws Restrict Groundwater Use on Private Land

In the midst of drought and heightened overdrafting problems, California passed legislation allowing the state to control and regulate the use of groundwater on privately-owned land. Citizens, previously free to use whatever water was underneath their own land, are now preparing to challenge this governmental undermining of their property rights in court. Sep 18, 2014 3:49 PM PT

Vindication in the Tea Party Case against IRS

As evidence of IRS wrongdoing mounts, it’s great to get some good news. Today, U.S. District Judge Susan Dlott rejected the IRS’s motion to dismiss the NorCal Tea Party’s class action lawsuit. Jul 17, 2014 11:11 AM PT

IRS Is Ready to Move On, but the American People Are Not

Ever since the IRS scandal broke, the agency’s defenders have been saying it’s over. President Obama denied a “smidgen” of corruption. Elijah Cummings still says “the case is solved.” These statements have the same ring as an officer waving people away from a yellow crime scene tape: “Move along – nothing to see here!” – which, of course, means that whatever’s behind the tape is fascinating and horrific. Jul 8, 2014 1:27 PM PT

Bi-Partisan Committees Discuss Protocols for Inevitable Article V Convention

An Article V convention, also known as the Convention of States, has quietly become a political inevitability, as state legislators all over the nation consider how to rein in the federal government’s unprecedented overreach and abuse. The Founding Fathers placed what has been called a "Constitutional emergency cord" in the Constitution’s Fifth Article, to be used by states in case the federal government grows beyond its legal boundaries. Jun 18, 2014 7:07 AM PT

Landrieu: Using 'Clout' for Keystone Pipeline 'Not My Job'

Mary Landrieu thinks she’s pretty powerful. In a recent interview with The Washington Post, she used the word “clout” 13 times referring to her position as the Chair of the Senate Energy Committee. But if she has so much “clout,” why isn’t she using it for the state that elected her? Jun 9, 2014 8:11 AM PT

Meckler: 'The People' Are Winning Against Common Core

Parents are winning the battle against Common Core federal education standards. Not only are states leaving the program; politicians who support Common Core have felt the heat in recent elections. Jun 2, 2014 3:06 PM PT

Scott Walker, Don't Become One of Them

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker never got a college degree. He says it is one of his biggest regrets in life. It weighs on him so heavily that his spokesman recently said the Governor is now considering going back to school to finish his degree, in advance of a possible 2016 presidential run. May 4, 2014 8:36 AM PT

Obama Administration Has 'Chilling' Effect on Free Press

The truth is supposed to set you free, right? Not according to the Obama administration, which two journalists have recently accused of having a “chilling” effect on reporting in Washington, D.C. Apr 28, 2014 4:01 PM PT

Mary Landrieu, the Counterfeit Candidate

When Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu’s first television ad hit the airwaves this week, it purportedly highlighted her “efforts to stand up to the administration in order to fight for Louisiana, and protect and strengthen our energy industry that supports 300,000 high-paying jobs.” The commercial shows various clips of the senator on television news shows followed by clips of her from the hearing. Or so it seemed. Apr 22, 2014 2:55 PM PT

Let Arizona Vote: AZ Senator Biggs Thwarting Convention of States Vote

Arizona Senate President Andy Biggs is blocking a vote on the very popular Convention of States Application (SCR 1016) which calls for an Article V Convention to propose amendments to the Constitution that would limit the scope and power of the federal government. Apr 22, 2014 4:47 AM PT


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