Texas Congressman: Impeachment “Needs to Happen”

Impeachment usually represents a punitive act following the commission of a crime, but some are looking to it as a last means of self-defense. At a Tea Party town hall meeting last night Rep. Michael Burgess, R-TX, said impeachment "needs to happen" to stop Barack Obama from inflicting more "damage" on this country. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram claims an attendee "suggested that the House … [Read more...]

A Congressman Confirms GOP is Talking Impeachment (Video)

Barack Obama's threat to bypass Congress and raise the debt ceiling has stirred significant talk of impeachment -- and not just on talk radio. A Republican Congressman has confirmed some of his colleagues are talking about initiating impeachment hearings. Scott Keyes of ThinkProgress.org asked Rep. Pete Olson of Texas: "Congressman Tim Scott of South Carolina yesterday in a town hall said if … [Read more...]

Lawyer Drafts Articles of Impeachment Over Libya

by Ben Johnson Someone has finally been moved to action by Barack Obama’s increasingly lawless administration. Bruce Fein, a former high-ranking official in the Reagan Justice Department who wrote the first article of impeachment against Bill Clinton, has drawn up formal articles of impeachment against the president. Fein explained the final straw was Obama’s unwise, unauthorized, and … [Read more...]

A Congressman is On Board: Impeach Obama Over DOMA

A sitting Congressman has endorsed the call to impeach President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder. Rep. Trent Franks, R-AZ, told Scott Keyes of ThinkProgress.org he would "absolutely" support impeachment if enough fellow Congressmen would support him. The left-wing blog posted an interview it filmed of the four-term Congressman at the Tea Party Patriots Policy Summit in Phoenix, in … [Read more...]

Bigot-in-Chief

President Obama won the White House with the majority support of nominal Roman Catholics. According to polls, 54 percent of Catholics voted for Obama, and half supported his speaking at Notre Dame. There, Obama called for understanding in the culture wars, pleading, “Each side will continue to make its case to the public with passion and conviction, but surely we can do so without reducing those … [Read more...]