Obama Administration

Obama Administration Goes Down the Drain

Ross Kaminsky, American Spectator

While the media like to focus on Tea Party froth and Republican infighting, the key to the 2014 and 2016 elections is the effect of the Obama flush on his key supporters’ desire to vote for Democrats, or to vote at all.

TeaParty Fumes, Fiscal Fight Persists

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Conservative Movement leaders feel conservatives had momentum in the negotiations with Obama’s admin. and could've demanded serious concessions on OCare and spending until estab. R's stepped in to undercut them.

Conservative Enemies of the State

Matthew Vadum, Front Page Magazine

The Administration is using materials describing conservative orgs. as hate groups and Tea Partiers as potentially dangerous extremists to indoctrinate members of the armed forces.

Stop Throwing Away Foreign Aid Dollars for Nothing

It long has been evident that nations are poor because of bad policies, not inadequate cash balances.  Which makes economic reform, not foreign aid, the key to growth.  Unfortunately, politicians continue to take money from poor people in rich countries and give it to rich people in poor countries in the name of development.

Who's Screening Gov Employees?

John Nolte, Breitbart

In a shockingly short period of time, we've learned of four massive failures in our government's ability to screen out troubled individuals before they are given access to national security areas: Intelligence, the Department of Homeland Security, and the military.

Here Come More Job-Killing Regs.

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

Radical new Obama nominees are eager to regulate our economy to death, over and beyond what has already been promulgated during Obama’s first term.

NSA Spy Powers Much Broader

Siobhan Gorman and Jennifer Valentino-Devries, Wall Street Journal

New details show that NSA's surveillance programs cover 75% of the nation's traffic and can snare emails.

Exiting the Obama Administration's Bloody Egypt Mess

Continuing civil disorder and violence are almost certain.  Terrorism may follow.  Islamists fought a similar campaign against the Mubarak dictatorship two decades ago. Washington’s best policy is to support neither side and leave resolution of this tragic conflict to the Egyptian people.

IRS Breaking Copyright Laws?

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

A new audit finds that the IRS is using some software that it hasn’t paid for, and is paying for other programs its employees don't use. The agency could be violating copyright laws.

Court: O Defied Statutory Law

Ed Morrissey, Hot Air

The Admnistration failed to comply with the federal law that designated Yucca Mountain as a nuclear waste repository. This flouting of the law may effect Obamacare and immigration, too.