NeverTrump Republicans may gain a disproportionate amount of air time on cable news shows, but the new breed of Republican blame-gamers deserve their own opprobrium from those who care about America’s future.
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"Likeable enough?" asks the condescending cover of Time magazine's new issue. Inside, a piece profiling Republican presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz tries ever so hard to puncture the balloon of the ascendant Cruz campaign. Despite Mr. Cruz's resounding and poll-defying victory in the Wisconsin primary last week, Time offers an extended anti-Cruz argument.
With the usual fanfare, President Obama has established a task force to direct efforts by the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice toward "countering violent extremism" in response to the San Bernardino attack. Meanwhile, the Obama administration has sidelined a key official at the Department of Homeland Security whose efforts could have helped prevent the first post-9/11 terrorist attack on U.S. soil.
Where Tyranny Thrives: History Shows Obama’s Push To Limit Gun Rights Is First Step To Genocide And Oppression
The White House has announced that President Obama is working to adopt executive orders that will unilaterally restrict gun rights. Only a month ago, the New York Times openly advocated gun confiscation on page one.
Former vice president Dick Cheney underwent ten hours of no-holds-barred questioning by James Rosen, chief Washington correspondent for Fox News. The result is Rosen’s new and eminently readable book, Cheney One on One: A Candid Conversation with America's Most Controversial Statesman.
If nothing is certain in life except death and taxes, perhaps it’s time to euthanize our tax system.
With domestic and world affairs in shambles, it is high time for President Obama to do the wave, get on the helicopter and leave the White House for good. In areas as diverse as foreign policy, national security, our economy, the trustworthiness of our federal agencies, so-called “women’s issues,” executive power and religious liberty, the president and his hapless minions have taken us to a new low.
In February 1998, the incomparable Michael Kelly wrote one of his most memorable columns on the scandal-ridden administration of President Bill Clinton. I have written this update to Mr. Kelly’s brilliant essay not because I think myself equal to his talents but because his remarks on the Clinton years, updated for today, are particularly apt.
The decisive midterm election results have done little to affect President Obama’s determination to continue to expand government. As Mr. Obama nears the end of his presidency, he continues to promise “a new future” of even more big-government initiatives.
Citizens who flout the Internal Revenue Service face the prospect of jail, but when the IRS flouts the law, it’s business as usual. The case of Christine O’Donnell, former Delaware candidate for U.S. senator, highlights the continuing abuses by the sprawling agency charged with collecting our taxes.
Intractably painful life-or-death medical and legal disputes will become even more gut-wrenching and perilous under Obamacare.
Will a doctor help kill Obamacare?
The end of the Cold War provided an opportunity for a reshuffling of historic alliances and power, and Americans embraced the idea of a New World Order. Syria is the latest example of Obama’s New World Disorder.
On an ordinary summer afternoon in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, five-year-old Jocelyn Rojas entertained herself playing in her grandmother’s front yard. With blonde hair, brown eyes, stylish glasses, and a courageous, radiant smile, Jocelyn is the picture of an adorable all-American girl.
In advocating for the monstrously long and complex statute known as Obamacare, Nancy Pelosi infamously claimed that “we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.”
Who do we love, Snowden or Obama? Just like in the “Twilight” vampire-romance series, Americans are trying to decide which hero should go home with Lady Liberty. Choose your vampire carefully.
Prominent voices from both sides of the aisle are calling for embattled Attorney General Eric Holder to resign as America’s chief law enforcement officer. Even those on the left have abandoned him. Holder has presided over a “comprehensive erosion of privacy rights, press freedom and due process,” according to liberal professor Jonathan Turley.
Former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman has some explaining to do. An outcry from Shulman’s former bosses, the American taxpayers, should shame him into honestly answering five simple questions about his role in the most threatening scandal engulfing the Obama administration today.
As a public service, I am presenting this transcript of the testimony we could have heard from the IRS official in charge of tax-exempt organizations.