Many Americans are asking themselves: Is the Obama administration using its power to protect us–or to protect itself?
The people in Oklahoma emphasized that they will be there for their neighbors. Yes, they’re grateful for outside help, but mostly they showed a self-reliant strength that we too rarely see. They showed the best of America.
Those on the front lines say our current laws are not being enforced. So why should anyone believe the claims about the immigration reform bill?
By Labor Day the gimmicks run out. Congress and the President will harangue each other and play blame games. We’ll even hear some claim our colossal debt doesn’t matter anymore.
The two high-level IRS dismissals involves men who got those jobs after the attack was launched on Tea Party and other conservative non-profits.
No matter how many heads roll, the President and his team have not fixed the problem.
We’ve seen this before: Higher-ups express outrage, pledge to get to the bottom of it and make sure it never happens again. Then the public’s right to know gets lost if half-hearted investigations fail to let us know the truth.
A new study predicts average premiums will double at the least, and quadruple in some cases.
Nobody knows how many times President Obama and his team have deliberately tried to cover-up their misdeeds, empowered by an adoring press corps that accepted whatever it was told.