Obama is building a system in which everything depends on executive power.
All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States – unless the President says it’s important
The GOP not only has a strong political reason to fight Obama on executive abuse, they have a constitutional responsibility, as well.
If President Obama breaks the presidency and embraces dramatically expanded executive power, Republicans should recognize they can’t roll things back.
Since 2000, election maps have shown “two Americas,” evenly divided between red and blue districts. This year’s midterms look a lot more like one America.
If you oppose Obamacare you’re not only cruel but possibly an accessory to murder.
Jon Stewart still seethes with hatred for George W. Bush. Big deal. But why in the world does he praise far and away our worst ex-president, Jimmy Carter?
Scott Walker sits on a throne made of the skulls of his enemies.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has proven himself good at defense. But our national problems require a far more cohesive offense. Or one at all.
Valerie Jarrett looks exactly like what the left claimed Dick Cheney was: the real administrative power behind a shallow figurehead president.
If many liberals seem unconcerned about their party’s future, it’s only because they’ve coalesced around a comforting notion: History belongs to us.
Have you noticed that some people’s incantations of “science” are beginning to sound like verbal talismans devoid of real meaning?
President Obama wants to provoke a constitutional crisis on executive amnesty. But it’s all a bluff.
Mike Lee, incoming chair of the Senate Steering Committee, lays out his five point plan to fix congress and restore trust, transparency, and empowerment.
With Wendy Davis, Sandra Fluke, and many millions from Planned Parenthood, this should have been a triumph for the War on Women. Instead it was Waterloo.
Secretary of State John Kerry decides he must pander to transsexuals. All two of them at the State Department.
U.S. Senator Mark Udall’s attempt to woo women was so intense they rejected him as a creepy pervert.
In his post-midterm press conference today, President Barack Obama reaffirmed his commitment to taking executive action on immigration, “before the end of the year.”
Here’s a rundown of the most-discussed potential Republican presidential candidates for 2016.
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