Mark Levin: Why the HELL would Republicans provide Obama with a blank check on trade?

The Right Scoop 5/12/2015

Mark Levin blasted Republicans today for voting, procedurally, to approve Obama’s fast track on ‘free’ trade. Levin says we know exactly who this man is and what his ideology is and asks why in hell Republicans would provide him with a blank check on trade. He said there is nothing ‘free’ […]

Senate overwhelmingly approves Iran review bill in 98-1 vote

Jordain Carney The Hill 5/7/2015

The Senate voted overwhelmingly Thursday to approve legislation allowing Congress to review a nuclear deal with Iran in a 98-1 vote.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) was the only senator to oppose the bill. He said in a statement that he objected that the deal was not to be presented to […]

McConnell to challenge Obama by forcing review of Iran nuke deal

Peter Kasperowicz The Blaze 4/6/2015

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said Monday that the Senate would soon consider legislation forcing the tentative Iran nuclear deal to be approved by Congress, setting up a direct challenge to President Barack Obama, who opposes any congressional review.

Republicans in the House and Senate reacted to last week’s […]

U.N. Takes Step Closer Toward Highly Contested Internet Regulation — U.S. Says It Won’t Sign

Liz Klimas The Blaze 12/13/2012

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (TheBlaze/AP) — A U.N. conference weighing possible Internet rules shifted into a high-stakes showdown on Thursday after advancing a proposal for greater government oversight. The proposal was a blow to U.S.-led efforts to keep new regulations from touching the Net.

The move frames the ideological divide […]

Monckton reports on UN central control from COP18

CFACT YouTube 12/3/2012

Lord Christopher Monckton reports from the UN Conference on Climate Change in Doha, Qatar with the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT). For more information on CFACT’s activities in Doha, please visit www.cfact.org/qatar

 

Here is Lord Monckton’s article, “A complete economic transformation of the world.”

From January 2012, Global Warming […]

Senate Expected to Vote on Pro-Abortion CRPD Treaty Tuesday

Steven Ertelt LifeNews.com 11/30/2012

The Senate is expected to vote on the pro-abortion CRPD treaty on Wednesday and pro-life groups are asking pro-life advocates to contact members of the Senate urging them to vote against it.

The U.S. Senate is poised to vote on ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons With Disabilities, […]