The Point of Impeachment

Tolerating Obama’s lawlessness invites a destructive new era of dictatorial presidency.

Andrew C. McCarthy National Review Online 11/15/2014

In writing Faithless Execution: Building the Political Case for Obama’s Impeachment, I had a purpose: Explain that the capacity of Congress to oust a lawless president is central to the Framers’ design of our governing system. Because […]

'Impeachable Violations of Constitution'

Fox News Insider FoxNews.com 11/13/2014

A draft memo obtained by Fox News reveals proposals for executive actions on immigration reform that could be announced by President Obama as early as next week.

As part of the 10-point plan, up to 4.5 million illegal immigrants living with their American born kids would be allowed to stay […]

'Nixon Resigns'

Carroll Kilpatrick The Washington Post Page A01 8/9/1974

Richard Milhous Nixon announced last night that he will resign as the 37th President of the United States at noon today.

Vice President Gerald R. Ford of Michigan will take the oath as the new President at noon to complete the remaining 2 1/2 years of […]

Is Barack Obama Plotting a Coup?

John Hinderaker Power Line 8/3/2014

That seems like an awfully strong word, but it is the term that distinguished law professor Glenn Reynolds, no hysteric, uses to describe the Obama administration’s oft-reported plan to issue executive amnesty to five or six million illegal immigrants in violation of federal law. Glenn’s characterization is a fair one. […]

Sheila Jackson Lee staffer calls blogger ‘un-American,’ threatens IRS action

Joe Newby Spokane Conservative Examiner 8/1/2014

On Thursday, we reported that Sheila Jackson Lee, the Texas Democrat once dubbed the “Congressional boss from Hell,” falsely claimed Democrats never filed articles of impeachment against George W. Bush. When PJMedia’s Dwayne Horner contacted her office Thursday for further comment on her “mis-statement,” however, he was berated by […]

House votes to sue Obama over claims of presidential power

Ben Wolfgang and Stephen Dinan The Washington Times 7/30/2014

House Republicans voted Wednesday evening to authorize an unprecedented lawsuit against President Obama, escalating a separation of powers battle between Congress and the White House that is heavily tinged with election-year politics.

The 225-201 vote broke almost entirely along party lines, underscoring just how strained tensions […]