Senate Dems outraged that Kaine wants them to follow the Constitution, vote on War on Iraq/Syria

WASHINGTON, D.C., August 29, 2014 (TheRightsWriter.com) - Senator Tim Kaine, D-VA, is under fire from his own side of the aisle for proposing that the Constitution is still operative. Kaine, who succeeded Jim Webb in the Senate, has said President Obama should ask for Congressional authorization for any further war against ISIS/ISIL in Iraq and Syria. “I am calling for the mission and objectives … [Read more...]

Tim Pawlenty: We Need More, Bigger Unconstitutional Wars!

In election years, candidates inevitably promise voters they will do more than their opponents. In practice that usually means increased debt-spending and expanding unconstitutional encroachments on liberty. Now one Republican presidential candidate has doubled-down on the most blatantly illegal action of this presidency, saying Barack Obama has not gone far enough in waging war-by-decree in Libya … [Read more...]

Daily New Round-Up, April 20

More failed diplomacy: Obama tried to keep Standard & Poor's from lowering U.S. credit rating. (First he loses the Olympics, now this. At least he can still outmaneuver John Boehner.)   What's the Worst that Could Happen? Obama gives Libyan rebels $25 million. (Hillary admits we do not know who the "rebels" are but some of them are tied to al-Qaeda. The president will … [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...]

The Axis of Weasel’s Economic Ties to Saddam

As the sounds of cascading statues muffle the joyous cries of a liberated people, the righteousness of the United States’ cause has been vindicated before the entire world. The naysayers have watched with embarrassment as a grateful population shares harrowing tales of freed political prisoners, rejoices at the closure of Saddam’s rape rooms, and participates in the shattering of megomaniacal … [Read more...]