It really is perfect because the only thing more comical than President Obama’s presidency is his spin and lies to try to save his laughable legacy.
Should a government that can already seize your bank account for very little reason be allowed to also collect your phone records with as little justification?
Sen. McCain has some serious explaining to do about just how much he knew about the targeting at the IRS. He’s certainly had his differences with the Tea Party and conservative Republicans in the past. And his positions on free speech and political action have more in common with liberals who prefer a one-way street over the marketplace of ideas.
“With the stroke of his pen, the Governor changed over 100 years of water laws – without the people’s input. This is not the democracy Californians deserve.” – State Senator Jim Nielsen In the midst of drought and heightened overdrafting
In Campbell, Wisconsin, political retaliation has sunk to a new low. Police Chief Tim Kelemen just closed a plea deal for using local Tea Party leader Greg Luce’s personal information to sign him up for gay dating websites, pornography websites,
Politics has become a new profession. The trend creating “career politicians” has been growing for decades, and it has surely contributed to the entrenchment of power in D.C. and its separation from the will of the American people. Chris Cillizza
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. The government had the audacity to claim that
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
Should the government force us to buy things? Should the government force us to buy things that violate our consciences? Should the government force us to buy things that violate our consciences… for other people? Before you immediately assume this
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
After a few primary defeats, the media was quick to shout, “The Tea Party is dead,” but it appears the reports of its death, to paraphrase Mark Twain, have been greatly exaggerated. News outlets across the country were baffled last
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
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. Michelle Malkin says the defeat of several Common Core supporters
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
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. Sharyl Attkisson left CBS after 20 years because she
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
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
Albert Einstein once said the definition of insanity is “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” Should we be surprised that Lois Lerner perpetrated one of the biggest political scandals of our time? The mountain of
Protesters at Cliven Bundy’s ranch in Nevada faced off with federal agents this past weekend, sending the message that overreaching government power can be resisted. You’ve seen the news: A video showing the protestors at the Bundy ranch taking on federal
California is a disaster of epic proportions. Taxes and unemployment are among the highest in the nation. Income disparity between rich and poor is also among the highest in the nation. The state is experiencing immigration outflow, with a brain
Lois Lerner loves her Fifth Amendment rights. Of course, this is a bit ironic for someone whose office at the IRS repeatedly blocked the exercise of First Amendment rights by conservative groups. In a stunning show of government overreach and
The President was in a room full of admirers at a White House concert Thursday night. When he approached the podium to honor the legendary Patti LaBelle and Aretha Franklin, the audience only giggled a little when he bungled the
Every Mardi Gras in Louisiana, groups of friends, colleagues, neighbors, and fans join to form an organization called a “krewe.” These krewes put on masquerade balls, build floats to march in high energy parades, and toss beads and painted coconuts.
In all corners of our country, Americans have been asking their governors and state legislatures to reject Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion. Sure, we all expect big-government Democrats to oppose their efforts to stop expansion. But the number of Republicans siding with
Did you know that quietly–very quietly thanks to a biased media–tens of thousands of American citizens delivered a message about the limits of government? Did you know that citizens of one state engaged in a mass act of civil disobedience