With hopes for amnesty fading there is no good reason for the Obama administration to continue pandering to conservatives with promises of a border control policy that will finally, once and for all, secure our southwest boundary with Mexico. Instead, we are going to go back to what the president’s party has wanted all along, legalization with the most feeble of nods to border control.
What’s so special about the IRS? Other agencies of our federal bureaucracy have done at least as much damage as they carry out Democratic Washington’s ongoing attack on conservatives.
Barack Obama’s Cabinet has done its part to influence bad policy decisions (see: Cabinet Members Should Be Held Accountable).
When citizens lie to congressional committees we call it perjury. When politicians play games and reinvent the truth, or confuse it so badly that neither the government nor the public has any idea what the truth is, we call it partisanship.
How far will the Obama administration push its campaign for more tax revenue? Our Commander-in-Chief seems more than willing to endanger our security by getting the word out that spending cuts will make America weak:
And the impact of this policy won’t be felt overnight, but it will be real.
Are we on the verge of a cyber infrastructure apocalypse? Can Washington save us? A group of senators including Joe Lieberman and Dianne Feinstein are trying to breathe new life into a cyber security bill (see: The Real Cyber Threat is From Politicians and Bureaucrats) by reintroducing The Cybersecurity Act of 2012.