‘Twas the night before Christmas, when several unexpected visitors showed up at the North Pole.
Issues, Insights & Istook
Truth is stranger than fiction in Washington D.C. Every satire about government has a real-life counterpart. Much like the runaway bureaucracy in a great recent novel, President Obama’s Consumer Financial Protection Board is growing like a weed, while CFPB officials are busy snooping on our household finances.
Misuse of the executive order label has damaged efforts to hold President Obama accountable. Critics fell into a White House trap, part of its strategy to villainize those who disagree.
President Obama wants local police to wear body cameras. His idea is too moderate. We should think big and put body cameras on politicians, starting with the White House.
Pres. Obama says he can bypass Congress to fund his amnesty program by collecting fees. But the Constitution tells him, “No!”
Federal bureaucrats can be thankful that President Obama is giving them lots of work. There’s nothing like job security at Thanksgiving time.
What do the president’s amnesty plan and Obamacare have in common? Both were orchestrated with massive government-funded propaganda.
Every gambler must know his limits — when to stop making bets and walk away from the table.
A race riot could erupt in Ferguson, Missouri, any day. To thwart it, President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder should be utilizing tools like the federal Anti-Riot Act. Instead, they’re stoking the flames.
Deception abounds in Obamacare. A video of MIT Professor Jonathan Gruber, the “architect” of the Affordable Care Act, is all over the Internet, showing his admission that the entire measure was based on deceit, “written in a tortured way” to be deceptive so it could pass thanks to “the stupidity of the American voter.”