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February 16, 2014
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Weighing in on the current split in the Republican Party, Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint said Sunday that conservatives increasingly feel as though their views aren't being represented in Washington.... (more)

February 16, 2014
REZA KAHLILI The U.S. has accepted the continuation of Iran's nuclear enrichment program, an Iranian official said Sunday, a claim the Islamic regime's media have also reported recently, citing comments by U.S. delegates to their Iranian counterparts at the Geneva 5+1 negotiations.... (more)

February 16, 2014
STEVEN T. VOIGT The treaty-making authority in the U.S. Constitution is found in Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 and states, "He [the President] shall have Power, by and with Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur[.]"... (more)

February 16, 2014
DAILYCALLER The night before President Barack Obama was set to address Californians stricken by a prolonged drought, White House science czar Dr. John Holdren told reporters that virtually all weather is being impacted by climate change and that droughts were getting "more frequent, they're getting longer and they're getting dryer."... (more)

February 16, 2014
DIANA WEST One of the hats I wear is that of Washington correspondent for Dispatch International, a European weekly newspaper co-edited by Danish journalist and historian Lars Hedegaard. The name may ring a bell with U.S. readers because last February, a man dressed up as a postman with a fake package tried to assassinate Hedegaard, a noted critic of Islamization and proponent of free speech, at his home in Copenhagen. International headlines followed.... (more)

February 16, 2014
CHARLOTTE OBSERVER Three Republican U.S. Senate candidates Thursday night accused President Barack Obama of overstepping his authority in issuing executive orders, and two all but called for his impeachment.... (more)

February 16, 2014
WASHINGTON POST The die has been cast and it comes up: Impeach the President. No other option at this point I'd say. Bluff-calling time. It's been an education watching the deterioration of public discourse into a morass of illogic and unintelligibility. But late last week the GOP finally stumbled into some clarity... (more)

February 16, 2014
MICHAEL PEROUTKA Leading up to the January 28th State of the Union Speech, Barack Obama and his spokesmen made statements to the effect that he plans to use his pen to sign executive orders to enact law on his own authority. He says he will do this because, in his view, Congress has not, or will not, pass certain legislation that he desires.... (more)

February 16, 2014
NEWSMAX Sen. Ted Cruz will get the star treatment when he shows up this spring to court conservatives in Iowa and New Hampshire, two critical presidential primary states. "A ticker-tape parade" will greet him in Iowa, Steve Deace, a conservative radio host, told The Hill. R... (more)

February 16, 2014
ERICK ERICKSON Senators Mitch McConnell and John Cornyn say they put the country first. The debt ceiling needed to be raised. Ted Cruz opposed raising it. So McConnell and Cornyn voted to shut down Ted Cruz. They voted to cut off debate on raising the debt ceiling so that it could be raised.... (more)

February 16, 2014
STAR PARKER Once again, bitter feelings are being cast in the direction of Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz. With the House passing the "clean" debt ceiling bill and sending it to the Democratic-controlled Senate, it was clear that this particular bill was going to be passed and sent to the president for his signature.... (more)

February 16, 2014
MICHAEL A. NEEDHAM Most of the political world's attention this week was focused on Speaker John Boehner's decision to let President Obama continue borrowing without limit until next March. Speaker Boehner's decision to break with his conference -- and break with his own dollar-for-dollar rule in raising the debt limit -- shows that the House GOP conference is without leadership today.... (more)

February 15, 2014
TOM TANCREDO The case for impeaching and removing President Obama grows stronger each week, as the president continues to violate the constitutional limits on his executive powers. His latest move in delaying the enforcement of yet another part of Obamacare should be article 20 in a bill of indictable offenses against the Constitution.... (more)

February 15, 2014
NEWSMAX President Barack Obama has so ignored the principles of the Constitution that Americans are now "living under a government of tyranny," Tom DeLay, the former Texas congressman and House Speaker says.... (more)

February 15, 2014
ROBERT KNIGHT On Presidents Day, we honor those men who helped start and guide our nation. Their leadership got us through the American Revolution, the Civil War, the Great Depression, two world wars and the Cold War.... (more)

February 15, 2014
THE HILL Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) explained fellow Republican senators' anger over his filibuster of the debt-ceiling vote by saying that they hate being "forced to tell the truth."... (more)

February 15, 2014
MICHELLE MALKIN On Feb. 17, 2009, President Obama promised the sun and the moon and the stars. That was the day, five years ago, when he signed the $800 billion "American Recovery and Reinvestment Act." President Modesty called it "the most sweeping economic recovery package in our history." He promised "unprecedented transparency and accountability." He claimed the spending would lift "two million Americans from poverty." Ready for the reality smackdown?... (more)

February 15, 2014
NEWSMAX President Obama should remove the shroud of secrecy from the West's interim nuclear deal with Iran so Americans can see for themselves that it's a bad deal for the United States and its allies, Florida Republican Rep. Iliana Ros-Lehtinen said Friday.... (more)

February 15, 2014
AP In a first for the South, Virginia's same-sex marriage ban has been overturned, with a federal judge ruling that the voter-approved amendment is unconstitutional and declaring the move "another moment history when We the People becomes more inclusive."... (more)

February 15, 2014
BREITBART A federal judge struck down Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage today, an historic ruling with especial resonance on Valentine's Day. Except the history of the historic ruling isn't exactly up to par: Judge Arenda Wright Allen claimed the Constitution declares that "all men are created equal," which is, instead, the first line of the Declaration of Independence.... (more)

February 15, 2014
WASHINGTON TIMES Not so long ago the Constitution got respect. But now, not so much. President Obama is on his way to repealing the separation of powers, and the 10th Amendment is on life-support, ignored by federal judges who know better than the legislatures of Utah, Oklahoma, Kentucky and Virginia.... (more)

February 15, 2014
WASHINGTON TIMES As part of his administration's broad effort to fight global warming, President Obama will propose in his 2015 budget a new $1 billion "climate resilience" fund, and the White House expects the proposal to gain traction despite the controversy surrounding the issue.... (more)

February 13, 2014
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST February 5, 2014, may go down in history as the turning point in the rescue of mankind from destruction. It was on that date that the Wall Street Journal front-paged the Mystery Assault on Power Grid... (more)

February 13, 2014
ALAN KEYES The Constitution vests Congress with the power to discipline the President. What sense does it make for Congress to seek such disciplinary action from the judicial branch, which has no power to enforce its opinions without the President's aid?... (more)

February 13, 2014
CLIFF KINCAID Media coverage of Russia during the Olympic Games has proven to be extremely inaccurate, from the gross exaggerations about the effects of Russia's anti-gay propaganda law, to NBC's claim in a report for the Olympics opening ceremony that Soviet communism was a "pivotal experiment" -- and not a tragedy -- in the country's history... (more)


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