Republican leaders shove secret Obamatrade bill down America’s throat

Poor Richard’s News 6/23/2015

Our country suffered a massive blow today as Congress shifted Constitutional power and national sovereignty into the hands of not only the Executive Branch but foreign governments through the passage of the “fast track” trade bill known as Obamatrade…

…Just how bad is this? It’s difficult to say at this point. […]

Sessions: Fast-Tracking The Loss Of U.S. Sovereignty

SenatorSessions YouTube 6/22/2015

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Scalia slams Obama

Christopher Bedford The Daily Caller 1/13/2014

On Monday, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia slammed President Barack Obama’s interpretation of the U.S. Constitution during oral arguments over Recess appointments.

The case, National Labor Relations Board vs. Noel Canning, is over whether the president acted legally when he made a series of temporary appointments to the National […]

Rep. Gowdy talks Presidential Overreach with Rick Santelli

Tgowdysc YouTube 12/12/2013

Rep. Gowdy discusses Presidential power and prosecutorial discretion with Rick Santelli on CNBC.

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Related: Earlier this month the Congressman discussed the lack of accountability in government with Greta Van Susteren



Update: SC congressman introduces resolution to sue Obama over executive overreach

A South Carolina Congressman wants […]

Obama on unilateral action: Lawyers? I don’t need lawyers.

Byron York The Washington Examiner 7/28/2013

In an interview after his speech Wednesday in Galesburg, Illinois, President Obama was asked if he consulted White House lawyers before unilaterally delaying the employer mandate in Obamacare. Since Congress, in the Affordable Care Act, specified that the mandate is go to into effect at the start of next […]

Arrogance and Overreach

“Let’s not focus on what’s possible or doable. Tell me what our goal should be, and let me worry about the politics.”


Erick Erickson RedState 1/23/2013

Barack Obama was able to get Obamacare passed largely because he had a group of Democrats in Congress who were not running for re-election and thus […]