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Why President Obama must be impeached

It is possible to enact all sorts of laws and steer in all sorts of directions, and have all sorts of discussions, without abusing Executive power.

Immigration reform is needed, but executive action is not the answer

WASHINGTON, November 20, 2014 − We can all agree that the immigration system is broken and is desperately in need of repair quickly. But the impending executive (and probably illegal as well as divisive) action by the President is not the answer. So what can be done? The problem is that up to 11 million ...

Obama’s War: The ill advised Middle-East war that we can ill afford

WASHINGTON, October 4, 2014 — We are bombing targets of the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. We are doing so without any apparent strategy for success. President Obama has not called upon Congress to authorize this war. For legal justification, he cites two measures, passed more than a decade ago, that authorized U.S. action ...

Poster boy for graft: Eric Cantor – from Congressman to well-paid lobbyist

WASHINGTON, September 4, 2014 – Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA), the House Majority Leader and long-time defender of Wall Street, including supporting bailouts of failed firms with taxpayer money, was defeated by the voters of Virginia’s Seventh Congressional District. Rather that continue to fill out his congressional term until January, Cantor abruptly resigned and joined the ...