Obama’s Packing of NLRB Reminiscent of FDR
Way back in 1937, Democrat hero and Republican villain, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, proposed the Judicial Procedures Reform Bill. Essentially, Roosevelt was having trouble getting the Supreme Court to rule his New Deal as constitutional so, being the “reformer” he was, he decided to pack the court by expanding it to as many as 15 justices. Of course as president, Roosevelt would then have the duty | Read More »
Tech at Night: Obama’s Cybersecurity is the new Global Warming
Surprise:Obama’s cybersecurity plans don’t actually fix anything, they just expand government. And yet the administration shamelessly attempts to use the crisis of storm Sandy to try to achieve this end.
At this point the administration’s cybersecurity efforts are as delusional and straw-grasping as its global warming efforts. Though what’s sad is that unlike global warming, there actually is a kernel of truth there that we as a nation could be acting on, but Obama is distracting us with his attempts to expand government.
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The Bipartisan Social Security Demagoguery Must End Now
The recent Social Security demagoguery that has been propagated by Mitt Romney and other big-government apologists is truly repugnant. Accusing those who desire to preserve and expand personal retirement – of eliminating Social Security for seniors is akin to an arsonist blaming firefighters for fanning the flames. It was the very big-government statists like Romney who obfuscated and corrupted the original intent of Social Security; | Read More »
The Do Nothing Good Congress
I have written an Op Ed for Human Events titled the “Do-Nothing-Good-Congress.” A Human Events commenter made an excellent point. square root writes: Truman’s “do-nothing” Congress was the sole Republican Congress from 1928 to 1953. All Republicans could do in that ONE term, was stand against Truman’s liberal agenda and hold firm for the people they were sent to serve. Republicans had the numbers to | Read More »