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Opinion: Obama is Out of Order

Opinion: Out of Order

An excellent op/ed by the editors at National Review. Here they discuss how Obama is undermining the separation of powers in our constitutional republic and is threatening to do even more damage this summer with respect to the immigration issue.  Excellent read!

Presidential Executive Orders

Executive orders or edicts were only meant as an emergency or timely necessity when Congress was out of session. And as such, they should be temporary until Congress reconvenes at which time Congress may or may not formally pass said decree or may abandon it or may issue some new legislation comparable to it but modified to suit the wishes of the elected members of Congress. 247 more words


Separation of Powers & Tyranny: James Madison

“The accumulation of all powers legislative, executive and judiciary in the same hands, whether of one, a few or many, and whether hereditary, self appointed, or elective, may justly be pronounced the very definition of tyranny.” 10 more words


Taxation, Representation and Morality

My wife’s recent visit to Bunker Hill in Boston on a trip to New England to see her family got me thinking about the “Boston Tea party” and the dumping of tea into the Boston Harbor to protest British taxation. 1,306 more words



The Obama administration has quietly rewritten the rules on how it goes about designating Americans as terrorists, according to a new report by Glenn Greenwald’s Intercept online investigations project. 399 more words

US News

Centinel2012 reblogged this and commented:

1984 here we come!

Impeachment Is Definitely on the Table

House Republicans had a “freewheeling discussion,” reported Breitbart on July 25, in which they argued over what to do about President Obama on the immigration crisis. 400 more words

Impeach Obama

Out of control federal government brings chaos

When the feds give us what we don’t want there is trouble!

July 22, 2014 4:29 PM

Halbig Is Not About a ‘Drafting Error’

By Andrew C. 739 more words