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Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) spoke last week about the way that Obama's de facto amnesty has sparked the huge influx of illegal immigration, especially minors.
Sen. Ron Johnson and law professor Jonathan Turley explain why the courts must act against Obama's abuse of executive power, and the Washington Post's editors make a feeble attempt to defend Obama. Read More
Even the Washington Post recognizes that Obama's aggressive approach to executive power may result in more legal setbacks, such as yesterday's Supreme Court decision on recess appointments. Read More
One of the prosecutors in the Wisconsin case recently dismissed by a Federal judge has officially stated that Gov. Scott Walker was not a target, and that memos released by the prosecutors "merely outlined a theory of the case and did not constitute a finding that charges were warrented."http://www.... Read More
Today is the one-year anniversary of Senate passage of S 744, the "comprehensive immigration reform bill" supported by Obama.  Amnesty supporters have criticized the House for failing to pass the bill, but they have failed to mention one key point -- the bill has never been sent to the House.... Read More
A unanimous Supreme Court ruled that President Obama's recess appointments, made while the Senate was not in recess, were unconstitutional.
House Lawsuit Against Obama Is Correct Choice            “House Speaker John Boehner has made the right decision by proceeding with a lawsuit by the House against President Obama’s violations of the Constitution”, said Peter J. Thomas, Chairman... Read More
Anyone doubting the wisdom of Speaker Boehner's decision to go to court against Obama should read John Fund's column.  Even Obama's own appointees have often found his administration to be too extreme in its legal claims. Read More
The fight over whether to reauthorize the Export-Import bank is shaping up as a battle between fiscal conservatives and the advocates of big-business subsidies in both parties.  Could this be the beginning of a congressional trend toward abolishing agencies and saving money? Read More
The earlier estimates regarding the shrinking economy during January - March turn out to have been far too optimistic.  The economy shrank by nearly 3%. 


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