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Credibility problems with lawyers defending Obama’s overreach

April Fool’s Day is still months away, but the gags keep coming

The U.S. Department of Justice recently released a letter* citing 10 legal academics at colleges across the country defending Barack Obama’s imperial executive action —- bypassing congress —- which grants amnesty to foreign nationals who have illegally entered the United States. 223 more words

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Chuck Hagel resigns as Secretary of Defense




This is a brilliant story for those studying, or about to study the Presidency. Too often, students write about the Presidency as one man, forgetting it is actually a branch of government including the Cabinet, EXOP and the Federal Bureaucracy. 446 more words

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Biblical Reason for Amnesty? Nope!

Posted on November 24, 2014 at Louder With Crowder by Krystal Heath

It always amuses me how a culture that removes the Bible and prayer from school and panics at the sight of a nativity scene manages to work Scripture into its fabric when, and only when, it’s convenient to its own narrative.  303 more words



Maybe it’s just me, but I really hate it when politicians quote scripture as a justification for their actions and/or policies. The other night, POTUS Barack Obama did exactly that on national television in order to TRY to justify his obvious attempt of trampling on the United States Constitution & to test the limits of presidential power in our country.  607 more words

Political Views

Off your duff, Congress, and move on immigration

If nothing else at all, President Obama’s decision to proceed with an executive order delaying the deportation of 5 million illegal immigrants has shamed Congress into doing something — … 262 more words

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Flags, What They Mean

” A Pale Green Mermaid Blog “


She stepped on people’s toes
not to oppose
but because she supposed
that she lived in a democracy… 124 more words


Obama’s raw contempt for constitution’s separation of powers & Update

Statements from Arizona’s D.C. delegation

The President of the United States, a onetime senior lecturer who later claimed to be a “constitutional law professor,” has shown his ineptness regarding the subject. 368 more words

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