Appearing before a House Judiciary subcommittee, several constitutional scholars forthrightly and unmistakably outlined the leading danger to the survival of our constitutional republic: the usurpation of powers by Barack Obama.
This means transferring wealth and technology from the U.S. to people overseas. To accomplish this requires that any advantages that American firms and workers have in the international marketplace be undermined when trading with developing countries.
The Supreme Court over the past 4 decades has issued some decisions that not only defied the Constitution, but imposed changes on our society that go so far as to challenge fundamental principles of our civilization.
Good grief, the WH hasn't deleted this YET? Intern dude, go join the Piece Corps https://t.co/wwHTUXardz— Agam Tapaktuan (@Agam_T) December 13, 2013 It’s been 16 hours since our “betters” at the White House tweeted an image urging you to “#GetCovered because it’ll give your mom piece of mind.” Piece. The tweet is still up and the […]
We’ve seen this movie before, and if the latest reports are correct, we may see it again: Mike Huckabee might again run for the GOP nomination in 2016. Rush-bashing, Common Core-peddling Huckabee fails at radio, readies another presidential bid. #trygolfinstead washingtonexaminer.com/article/254064…— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) December 12, 2013 For many, there is a collective “no thanks,” […]
Jake Tapper was right. The tweet from @WhiteHouse encouraging Americans to #GetCovered was indeed an invitation for mockery, and citizens delivered: @jaketapper He convinced me: http://t.co/zjEzNnhJJg— Yair Rosenberg (@Yair_Rosenberg) December 12, 2013 #GetCovered http://t.co/En7OQSZIXH— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) December 12, 2013 I couldn't resist. http://t.co/NqdNrPhUqH— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) December 12, 2013 I don't have photoshop. http://t.co/MRnkmVP6Ec— […]
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