Ohio Governor John Kasich: I’m praying for Joe Biden (Video)

The governor of Ohio reached across the aisle to lay hands on Joe Biden, after the vice president lost his son. Joe Biden's son, Beau – who was the Attorney General of Delaware – died on May 30 at the age of 46 from brain cancer. After the death, John Kasich interrupted interviewer Chuck Todd on Meet the Press to say he was praying for the vice president during his time of grief. “Let … [Read more...]

Obama’s Defense Plan: “We Can Absorb a Terrorist Attack”

“September the 11th for them was a bad day; for us it was a change of attitude” — President George W. Bush, 2006. Barack Obama has a unique response to terrorist attacks: America can “absorb” them. A new book shows the president exhibits blasé indifference to the prospect of American citizens suffering another 9/11 attack from Islamic terrorists but is highly concerned that he not accept the … [Read more...]

Obama’s Still Trying to Pry Into Your Medical Records

One of the side effects of socialized medicine is that the government must have access to the history and prognosis of all its patients. This Big Brother boon is coming to America. The New York Times reported over the weekend that the Obama administration is “rewriting” its rules governing who can look into medical records – and whether you are allowed to find out about it. Kathleen Sebelius, … [Read more...]

Obama Admin Threatens to Sue AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio

The Obama administration has decided to get tough on illegal immigration…enforcement. The Washington Post reports today that Eric Holder is threatening to sue America’s toughest sheriff, Joe Arpaio if the sheriff does not help the administration continue a second frivolous lawsuit against him: Justice Department officials in Washington have issued a rare threat to sue Maricopa County Sheriff Joe … [Read more...]

Prosecuting Bush: On Second Thought….

Some decisions lead to the discerning of the inner thoughts of the heart, and the separation of the bones and marrow. President Obama’s decision Tuesday to open the door to prosecute Bush administration officials who crafted legal opinions he believes led to torture is one of them. His judgment says much about the unsteady future of homeland security, whose voice is heeded in Washington, and … [Read more...]

“No Torture Occurred”

The testimony military investigators offered Wednesday before the Senate Armed Services Committee should have permanently dispelled every pretext the far-Left used to charge American troops at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, with abuse. Lt. Gen. Randall “Mark” Schmidt and Brig. Gen. John Furlow’s terse summary – “No torture occurred” – could not more curtly refute the lurid charges contained in years of … [Read more...]