Jonathan Turley wants to Stack the SCOTUS

When a Democrat president does not get what he wants out of the supreme court, inevitably his minions demand the court be stacked.  And who better to stack a court than a Democrat president.  Look at this in the Washington Post from none other than Jonathan Turley: I’ve got an idea:  Let’s follow the constitution.Continue Reading

Announcing Obama’s Very Bad Week: Let’s Pray the SCOTUS Ends Obamacare

This should be Obama’s worst week of his presidency.  This week he finds out that his concentration on pulling the rug over the American people was – to be polite about it – incredibly stupid. His arrogance is not going to be rewarded. Remember – no matter how many times they blame the Republicans forContinue ReadingContinue Reading

100 Rounds of Golf: Obama finds time to work on his game while he works on almost nothing else

When you are not accountable to the other branches of government, it is quite easy to find time for just about anything you want to do.  Obama certainly is not strained by that lack of accountability. He uses golf as one of the many things he does with the extra time not talking to theContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Barack: You are NOT (yet) the Dictator of The United States – So You MUST Answer Questions

Watching Barack Obama arrogantly respond to a question from The Daily Caller was one of the sickest things ever.  After years and years of the liberal and mainstream reporters insulting Bush 43, Bush 41 and Reagan in their questioning of them during news conferences, I well remember the days when a president could be questioned.Continue ReadingContinue Reading

With Obama and his Libs, Forget About Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion

If you have watched liberals through the years, you have always heard them pull a Juan Williams attitude scoffing at the very idea that they want to do anything to our First Amendment Freedoms.  Well, we have have yet another example of this.  Here a artist is subject to a human rights tribunal. And –Continue ReadingContinue Reading