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The GOP should go to court if Obama acts alone on amnesty


President Obama has threatened to enact amnesty for millions of illegal aliens after the 2014 midterm elections Such a move, Republicans charge, is unconstitutional; amnesty, they say, must be legislated, not signed into effect by the Executive Branch The Judicial Branch may be the only other constitutional way, short of impeachment, to successfully challenge the president By Charles Greene President Obama has ...

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Eric Holder is the most racist attorney general ever

Eric Holder

Practically everything Eric Holder, Jr., did while serving as U.S. attorney general was centered around, focused or premised on alleged ‘racism’ Yes, we know – minorities aren’t capable of being racists. That’s what left-wing Democrats have told America for years. It’s simply not possible because, you know, being minorities and all, they don’t have the kind of power that majority ...

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Obamacare’s taxing and spending provisions are illegal


Another federal court says IRS-instituted provisions calling for taxing and spending by the federal government are plainly unconstitutional It is the latest in a string of lower court rulings casting aside the provisions, which allow for payment of federal subsidies to lower-income Americans buying health insurance coverage in states that have not set up Obamacare exchanges Observers say the cases are likely to be reviewed ...

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Obama’s Justice Department Does not Want to Find Lois Lerner


Ex-IRS official Lois Lerner has been held in contempt of Congress but the U.S. attorney for Washington, D.C., has never brought her case before a federal grand jury, as he is required by law to do The U.S. attorney is an Obama appointee, and though he apparently can’t locate Ms. Lerner, Politico had no trouble doing so It doesn’t appear likely ...

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Minnesota city was right to ban Islamic religious center


St. Anthony, Minn., denied a permit for an Islamic group to convert the basement in a building for religious purposes The building is located in an industrial zone but the U.S. Department of Justice thinks the city has slighted the Islamic group City officials defend their decision, saying no one could use the building or its basement for anything but economic ...

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Why Obamacare will be reformed


A little more than a week ago a strange thing happened regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, non-affectionately known as Obamacare: Two separate federal courts issued two separate rulings on a single provision of the law, one of which could essentially gut it completely for more than two-thirds of the country. In the first case, a three-judge panel for ...

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A win for privacy: High Court rules against police cell phone snooping


In a ruling that helps restore at least a modicum of constitutional privacy and due process protections in the digital age, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that police must first obtain a search warrant before snooping through suspects’ cell phones. Police agencies argued that searching through a cell phone was no different than asking someone to empty their pockets, but ...

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