Rubio: ‘It’s Almost Like the U.S. Has Surrendered’ on Cuba

It was an historic moment: For the first time in five decades, the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Cuba, was officially open for business. But that's not necessarily a good thing for the people of Cuba, or the United States, Sen. Marco Rubio said. Rubio, whose family came from the island in the late 1950s, said the move is a U.S. concession that won nothing in return. "It's almost like the U.S. has … [Read more...]

The Surprising Reason Mike Huckabee is Saying ‘Thank God’ for Liberal Democrat Chuck Schumer

They're definitely not a team you could envision under any other circumstances. But Mike Huckabee and Chuck Schumer are teaming up to oppose President Obama's nuclear agreement with Iran. Schumer, who is likely to become the top Senate Democrat after Harry Reid steps down, announced that he would vote against the deal and, if necessary, to override Barack Obama's veto. “Thank God for Chuck … [Read more...]

Jon Huntsman Refuses to Rule Out Impeachment Over Libya

Here is a measure of both this movement's effectiveness and Barack Obama's stark, brazen criminality: Even the RINOs are talking impeachment. In Rochester, New Hampshire, on Monday morning, former Utah governor and Obama's one-time ambassador to China Jon Huntsman told a citizen that Obama's war in Libya may be an impeachable offense. ABC News posted the following transcript of the exchange … [Read more...]

Wrong Boehner; Obama is Breaking the Law Right Now

by Ben Johnson Only in the liberal media can a weak entreaty to obey the law be considered an act of political warfare. The media have portrayed House Speaker John Boehner’s letter to Barack Obama, merely asking the president for another legal explanation for his war-by-decree in Libya, as “ratcheting up the pressure.” The New York Times correctly noted, “it is not clear if [Boehner’s … [Read more...]

Video: Liberal Democrat Compares Obama to a King, Dictator

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The Huffington Post Gets Punk’d

The Huffington Post receives millions from George Soros' allies, AOL, and advertising revenue. But it cannot fact check its articles. Another takedown of the elite media by a citizen journalist. Despite a newfound reputation as an unbiased news source, an influx of hundreds of millions of dollars, and the new ownership of a massive media conglomerate, The Huffington Post is apparently … [Read more...]

Congress Ignores Obama’s War-by-Fiat

by Ben Johnson When Barack Obama updated Congress on the war in Libya last Friday, he claimed our role is so limited it does not require Congressional authorization. However, on Monday Hillary Clinton told the European press, “Even today, the United States continues to fly 25 percent of all sorties,” and Obama has promised there will be “no let-up.” Apparently Congress will have no … [Read more...]

DoJ: Obama Can Send U.S. Troops to Do the UN’s Bidding by Decree

The Justice Department has decided it is perfectly acceptable for the president to send American troops into foreign military adventures without so much as consulting Congress, as long as he is carrying out the will of the United Nations. Just before Barack Obama's speech on the budget on Wednesday, the White House revealed that American jets have continued to bomb Libya, after giving the … [Read more...]

Reagan Would Not Support Obama on Libya

For some conservatives, the most sacred initials in policymaking are WWRRD: What Would Ronald Reagan Do? Whenever America encounters a situation similar to one faced by the Gipper, they say the proper course is to follow his lead. Barack Obama’s undeclared war in Libya is such a situation, but I’m afraid Republicans are drawing the wrong analogy. When Libyan rebels rose up against Muammar … [Read more...]

Why Obama Really Started the Libyan War

Anyone seeking to know why Barack Obama really committed U.S. troops to Libya’s civil war can begin by dismissing virtually everything he said in his speech Monday night out of hand. For instance, Obama claimed he initiated this military action for humanitarian reasons. Failing “our responsibilities to our fellow human beings...would have been a betrayal of who we are,” he said. “Some nations may … [Read more...]