Thanks Daily Paul Sean Hannity brings Ben Swann on his national news show to report on the IRS scandal. The post Ben Swann Appears On “Hannity Tonight” Show appeared first on Liberty Crier .
The good news: Obama finally got rid of the preposterous moonbat ideologue Steven Chu as Energy Secretary. The bad news: Replacement Ernest Moniz is a preposterous moonbat ideologue. “Let me make it very clear that there is no ambiguity in terms of the scientific basis calling for a prudent response on climate change,” Moniz told Energy Department employees shortly after his swearing-in
Fear. Hard to imagine a more demoralizing order for a soldier than to tell him to take off the uniform and hide after an enemy’s attack.
This is a short but awesome video of Israel firing …
Joe Davidson, Washington Post Like plaids with stripes, federal employees wrapped in the Fifth Amendment don’t look good. We all have the right to wear clothes that clash, and all in this country have the right not to provide testimony that could be used against them. But when federal workers invoke that right, as Lois Lerner did at a House hearing Wednesday, it comes at a cost.
WASHINGTON — According to government reports, and an article by Reuters, the Japanese economy is starting to turn around. Reports surrounding current Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic policies are positive and could help prevent another global recession
The CH2 does not have adequate parking even if they re-lease the space under the bridge. Neighbors complained about it for years with patrons parking on private property or taking all the curbside spaces near adjacent apartment buildings.
Muslim youths torch another car in Stockholm last night. I Think They’re Trying to Tell Us Something John Hinderaker at Power Line discusses the immigration crisis in a politically correct Western world.
This is the story of Bill Crawford, a man who went from sweeping combat fields in search of the enemy, to mopping halls and picking up trash for his fellow Americans. He was known only as a squadron floor janitor at the Air Force Academy until his heroic acts were rediscovered by an AFA ’77 cadet and then properly acknowledged by President Ronald Reagan in 1984.
Senate Democrats are looking to paint a recent Republican fracas between Senator John McCain (R-AZ) and Sens. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) as further evidence of an obstructionist GOP whose recalcitrance is bogging down budget negotiations
What did the Obama administration have to lose?
Over the past decade or so, there has been significant growth in the powers delegated to the unelected heads of regulatory agencies, colloquially known as “czars.” At last count, the Obama Administration has amassed 45 of these positions, more than any of his predecessors and all without the accountability of elected office. The power of these agencies is essentially unchecked by any other branch of government, and they can issue any number of regulations without congressional oversight. Naturally, this presents an enormous threat to the liberty of American citizens.
FULLERTON, Alexandra Avramescu: There must be more rules and regulations on passengers using electronics aboard airplanes. The article, “Airline logs boost case that tablets, phones pose threat” [Business, May 20] reports: “Government and airline…
Rand Paul, U.S. Senator (R-KY), weighs in on the Fed minutes today and his proposed “Audit the Fed” The post Rand Paul: ‘Audit the Fed’ – CNBC 5/22/2013 appeared first on Liberty Crier
Excerpted from The Telegraph : Commanders have advised troops not to wear uniform travelling to and from work or outside bases following the brutal killing of a member of the military close to Woolwich barracks.
When the Occupy Protests happened, despite the fact that thousands of Occupiers were arrested, they were still often allowed to break the law with impunity.
Alan Dershowitz: Issa’s right, Lerner waived her right against self-incrimination and should be required to answer questions
“It seems to me it’s an open-and-shut case.” Yesterday I gave you an expert’s skeptical take on whether she inadvertently waived her Fifth Amendment right. Today, via Newsmax, here’s another expert with the inevitable “au contraire” — and he’s not hedging his bets either.
This is a great clip where Tom Coburn explains to …
Cass Sunstein, Bloomberg In the last month, there has been a lot of talk about whether American presidents face a second-term curse.
WASHINGTON — In preparation to host the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia is hunting Islamist insurgents with renewed vigor and focus. Reuters reports that Russia said it killed the right-hand man of their most-wanted insurgent, Dzhamaleil Mutaliyev.
The New York Times, which enthusiastically endorsed Barack Obama for reelection last year, did an about face on Wednesday when it condemned the Obama administration for its actions against Fox News reporter James Rosen: With the decision to label a Fox News television reporter a possible ‘co-conspirator’ in a criminal investigation of a news leak,
Europe’s heads of State and government want to promote shale gas and to reduce energy prices. They would rather promote competition than stop global warming.—Christopher Ziedler, Der Tagesspiegel, 22 May 2013
The immigrant youths are chucking stones at police, firefighters and reporters. A firefighter extinguishes burning car in Kista after riots overnight to Wednesday. ( Svenska ) The rioting continued last night in Stockholm
On Thursday, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) spoke out at the Senate Judiciary Committee with regard to the so-called Gang of 8’s immigration bill.
When a character in a movie places self-serving career interests over the life of another human being, it is a great morality tale. When the president of the United States displays the same behavior, it is frightening.
Joining me today on the FreedomCast is United States Senator Marco Rubio. We’ll discuss the chilling effect of the IRS overreach in targeting Tea Party groups, how he views his role in limiting government and how this Administration is taking a page from Cuba’s playbook
Also: IRS scandal; Oklahoma twister
Excerpted from The Hill : The House passed a bill Wednesday that would approve the northern leg of the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline by an act of law, and take the decision out of the hands of President Obama. Members voted 241-175 in favor of H.R
As Orin Kerr points out, there is a lot of back and forth and varying opinions as to this matter, but not from Darrell Issa (Politico) Lois Lerner might win the legal battle but she’s prolonging the political war.
Shields up. Two weeks ago, no one had heard of the IRS targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status.
This doesn’t sound good at all. The FBI says that ..
Karl Rove, Wall Street Journal Dan Pfeiffer, senior adviser to the president for strategy and communications, appeared on five news programs Sunday to discuss the controversies buffeting the administration. The spectacle revealed the mind-set of a White House under siege.Mr.
WASHINGTON — North Dakota’s fracking boom has led to a new wrinkle in energy policy: who has the water rights to provide it to the energy community? Fracking is the nickname for hydraulic fracturing and has been a center of heated discussion over U.S. environmental laws, U.S.
Anyone can do this experiment and prove that carbon dioxide (CO2) increases the pH of natural water systems.
Lois Lerner, the head of the IRS tax-exempt division during the now infamous period of targeting conservatives, asserted her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. Then she pulled a political stunt before the cameras–but doing so might have cost her the immunity that she might desperately need to stay out of federal prison.
The boycott, divest, and sanction movement scales new heights of hypocrisy.
Those of us on the right are repeatedly told to “embrace the culture.” These cries were amplified after 2012 Republican losses were blamed on “low information” voters who pay more attention to pop culture than the news cycle. Many liberty-loving folks have agreed that engaging the entertainment world is essential. But where do we start