Are conservatives willing to forego ‘victories’ from using power in a way that violates critical philosophical principles rooted in a belief in limited government?
‘If you live by executive action, you die by executive action, and so I would expect on day one, two, three of the Trump administration for there to be a rescinding of a lot of rules and regulations, a lot of orders.’
The difference between Donald Trump and Barack Obama amounts only to whatever difference may exist between each emperor’s set of cronies.
Twenty-six states have sued the Obama administration for making regulations that directly contradict law and inflict taxpayers with millions of dollars in costs for illegal immigrants.
President Obama is so anxious to be seen as creating a legacy that he isn’t really creating one at all.
Obama, Pelosi, Boxer, and the rest have no right to strip us of our last line of defense from their incompetence.
President Obama claimed that violent felons can purchase guns online without a background check. This is false in at least three major ways.
If President Obama issues an executive order to transfer Guantanamo detainees to the United States, it will be an affront to Congress and the Constitution.
A lawsuit 17 states have brought against the Obama administration’s immigration actions offers a promising restraint against presidential power grabs.
President Obama’s recent executive actions are clear despotism.
Welcome to the Eric Cartman presidency – “whatever, I do what I want.”
The first rule of Amnesty Fight Club: Do not talk about amnesty. Because this is about executive power.
If President Obama breaks the presidency and embraces dramatically expanded executive power, Republicans should recognize they can’t roll things back.
The president is no doubt aware that the GOP did very well with Hispanics two weeks ago, and doubling down on illegal immigration may be his response.
President Obama wants to provoke a constitutional crisis on executive amnesty. But it’s all a bluff.
Unfortunately for the White House, many of its claims about the minimum wage are divorced from reality.