Tech at Night: Obama administration shuffles papers, Bad guys get rolled up
When I read the President’s Executive Order Accelerating Broadband Infrastructure Deployment, I’m reminded of the scene in Spaceballs when Dark Helmet tells the crew of Spaceball One “What are you preparing? You’re always preparing. Just go!” For the Obama administration to spend a year preparing whether or not to address a list of reforms, instead of just doing them, suggests to me the administration simply | Read More »
Hey Hey! Ho Ho! The EPA Has Got To Go!
There are a staggering number of pressing and urgent issues facing the Tea Party patriot movement. Our Republic is beset on all sides, from within as well as without. That some of the enemies within are either in sympathy with, or in direct support of, some of the enemy without should surprise no one. If you look back, the same was true during the war | Read More »
With the Stroke of a Pen an American Dictator Plans to Weaken our Constitution and Violates our Rights
The DISCLOSE Act…another bill Obama wanted that didn’t make it through the House of Representatives so Obama plans on making an end run around our Representatives and use an Executive Order to pass it. This law will require businesses with Government contracts to report the political donations and activities of their officers and directors…of course unions that sign collective bargaining contracts with the federal government | Read More »
Governing in Symbols: Obama’s “Pro-Business” Executive Order Phony, Phony, Phony (Did I Mention Phony?)
After his party’s crushing defeat in the midterms, Jonathan Alter (or was it Howard Fineman) told President Obama that he needed to stop governing in prose and start governing in poetry. Whatever that means. “In Xanadu, did Barack Khan, a stately memorial campaign decree…” But in all seriousness, President Obama seems to be taking the advice, if not governing in poetry at least governing in | Read More »
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If it’s not a baby, why are you pregnant?
More lies from Planned Parenthood. Brought to you by your tax dollars. Take a look at this shocking video, taken undercover at a PP clinic in Indianapolis. It’s heart-wrenching and was very difficult for me to watch: Some of the shocking things the PP representative says: Having an abortion is “safer” than carrying to full term. Having an abortion won’t hurt chances of having more | Read More »
Does This Executive Order Include Unionizing The US Bio-Weapons Program ?
Here’s the “what” and “who”. www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/executive-order-optimizing-security-biological-select-agents-and-toxins-united-stat Executive Order – July 2, 2010. Optimizing the Security of Biological Select Agents and Toxins in the United States. It is the policy of the United States that: (a) A robust and productive scientific enterprise that utilizes biological select agents and toxins (BSAT) is essential to national security; (b) BSAT shall be secured in a manner appropriate to their | Read More »
I Invited A Bunch Of Friends Over To Watch Me Do *Nothing* With Some Really Cool Pens
[image via Mark Knoller/TwitPic] Obama signed the Executive order today that bought Bart Stupak’s abandonment of the unborn. He blew off his first chance to sign it yesterday (likely the Planned Parenthood people hadn’t finished the final markup of the Executive order in time) but went through with his promise to issue a document that has no legal standing earlier today. The text of what | Read More »
Executive Orders Can’t Change Statutory Law
As they did in the Senate with the ‘Cornhusker Kickback’ and the ‘Louisiana Purchase,’ backroom promises were made to some members in the House of Representatives in exchange for a yes vote on the recently passed health care bill. One of the most controversial was President Obama’s promise to sign an executive order he claims would reinforce a ban within the bill on the use | Read More »
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‘Stuck-on’ Stupak… stuck on Stupak’s EO.
Turns out that the Obama administration is taking Stupak’s Executive Order as seriously as… well, everybody else: President Obama signed the Senate health care bill into law Tuesday. He did not sign the executive order on abortion negotiated with Michigan Democratic Congressman Bart Stupak in an 11th-hour arrangement that may well have saved the entire health care reform effort. A White House official told Fox, | Read More »
UPDATE 10: Dems Admit Executive Order Won’t Change Law
Update 10: Video: Congresswoman admits Executive Order will not change abortion law. Update 9: Final Whip Counts vary, but I expect 217 to 214, however, the damage from the pro-life sell out and the passage of the health care bill will likely keep the vote in flux. The Democrats have pulled a full Farouk. They have even managed to make angry beyond comprehension the pro-lifers. | Read More »