Democrat Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid hasn’t had time to pass a Senate Budget in nearly four years but he’s found a way to give states more debt and unemployment headaches. As states struggle to balance their budgets in the worst economic recovery since the Great Depression, Senator Reid wants to federalize online poker, effectively robbing states of BILLIONS of dollars in lottery revenue.
Ann Coulter recently discussed both topics with Sean Hannity.
Legislators are actively contemplating steps that will not just hollow out our military, but eviscerate it. No one has taken a more prominent, informed and vociferous role in opposing such self-inflicted wounds than the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, Representative Howard "Buck" McKeon.
At this writing, many details of the debt ceiling deal wrangled out over the weekend remain fuzzy. One thing is clear, unfortunately: The national security of the United States is going to suffer greatly.
Conflicting stories from Reuters and the New York Times suggests that the sides are at least still talking. However the miserable jobs report on Friday complicates matters. Democrats now want more stimulus, and stimulus will add to the deficit.
The ongoing budget stalemate threatens to undermine the full faith and credit of the United States of America. Demonstrating to the world that we confront that potential with the determination and maturity of a kindergarten class is not helping inspire confidence.
Once upon a time opposition to illegal immigration was championed by a few special interest groups and outspoken leaders like Tom Tancredo and Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Not so anymore.
Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) talks with Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) about illegal immigration, domestic oil drilling, and the debt ceiling.
President Barack Obama, the confiscator-in-chief of your constitutional rights is at it again. As we’ve come to expect, when President Obama tramples on the Constitution it’s usually under the guise of some noble cause.
The government can't even keep its interfering ways out of the Oscars this Sunday.
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