Dear Wild Bill sounds good to me. Go!!! Andrew
Originally posted on Twitchy:
Earlier this afternoon, the House held its 50th Obamacare repeal vote, voting 250 to 160 in favor of a one-year delay on the individual mandate penalty. And that really, really stuck in Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s craw:
The nerve of those Republicans (and 27 Democrats), trying to “undermine” a law as pure and solid as Obamacare! Don’t they know it’s “working”?
This is a good Interview with Judge Andrew Napolitano on Freedom of the Press and Ed Snowden. My first question on the whole issue is how could Snodwen done such extensive damage to the NSA since some of the information disclosed by Snowden was already known. In my opinion, Snoweden just elaborated on what had been disclosed by William Binney and Thomas Drake.
I have included two examples of interviews with William Binney and Thomas Drake that were filmed in 2012.<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/68196371″>Look at What They did to Mr Drake</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user14423120″>Andrew Hagle</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
We seriously need to change the way we classify information in the US Government. We need to protect our journalists including but not limited to Domestic Main Line Journalists, Bloggers, and Foreign Journalists including bloggers. We also need to only prosecute persons for espionage when classified information is disclosed to a journalist if there was an actual loss of life (proven to very high standard). And that the only way that the enemy could have obtained the damaging information was though that particular leak.
Please let me know what you think. Blessings Andrew
Check out these two videos of “Good Cops” during open carry walk, and let me know what you think. Andrew
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Published on Jan 9, 2014
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This is what we are aiming to achieve state-wide. Police that respect our rights and want to be part of the community they serve. We cant thank him enough. To enforce the law you must know the law and this man has done his homework.
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APD Officer Mark Dale
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Published on Sep 20, 2013
Nicholas Somberg LIVE RESPONSE ON FOX 2 NEWS:
Please feel free to write or call the Orion Township’s Sheriffs Department if you think Deputy Paul Buhl is a hero to the Constitution!
2525 Joslyn Rd., Lake Orion, MI 48360
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Our encounter one week earlier with an UNLAWFUL police officer:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uipObT…
We saw the a OC Sheriff car pull up so we all took out our camera-phones right away, anticipating trouble. This officer gets out of his car, waves to us, and walks right over. He shakes all of our hands, introduces himself, and states his purpose for walking over to us. (Somebody got scared and called).
He never asked us to disarm, never threatened us, never asked for our names or identification. I think I can speak for everyone in the group that it was an honor to meet this man. Thisis what we need to see from police officers everywhere!
THIS MAN IS A HERO
House Republicans are again taking aim at the Obama administration for its failure to enforce laws passed by Congress.
Republicans serving on two committees have introduced legislation that would allow the House or Senate to authorize a lawsuit against the Obama administration.
The ENFORCE the Laws Act is the latest GOP response to complaints that President Obama is willfully ignoring or altering federal law. As examples, Republicans have cited the several delays to ObamaCare provisions and Obama’s 2011 decision to delay deportation proceedings against illegal immigrants who have not committed a crime.
The Senate filibustered President Obama’s nominee to lead the Justice Department’s civil rights division, with seven Democrats joining Republicans Wednesday in arguing his past history defending a convicted cop-killer made him the wrong man for the job.
The defeat of Debo P. Adegbile, who as a lawyer for the NAACP filed a brief arguing that former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal’s murder trial was tainted by racism, is a major blow to Mr. Obama. It comes even after Democrats changed the rules last year to overcome filibusters with just 50 votes — but on Wednesday Majority Leader Harry Reid couldn’t even muster all of his own troops.
A furious Mr. Reid hinted that Republicans’ opposition was based on racism, pointing to to several other black nominees that GOP senators had opposed earlier. But in the case of Mr. Adegbile, his defense of Abu-Jamal was too much for even some Democrats.
The Senate blocked Mr. Adegbile on a 52-47 vote, with eight Democrats voting along with Republicans for the filibuster. One of those was Mr. Reid, who had to change to vote for the filibuster in order to be able to ask for an eventual re-vote — which he did.
“Maybe it’s time that America had a good discussion on civil rights,” Mr. Reid fumed.
But Mr. Obama seemed resigned to defeat, calling the vote “a travesty based on wildly unfair character attacks.”
“As a lawyer, Mr. Adgebile has played by the rules. And now, Washington politics have used the rules against him,” the president said in a statement. “The fact that his nomination was defeated solely based on his legal representation of a defendant runs contrary to a fundamental principle of our system of justice — and those who voted against his nomination denied the American people an outstanding public servant.”
Signifying the heft of the vote, Vice President Joseph R. Biden was in the chair, prepared to break a tie vote if it had come to that. Instead, he had to announce the defeat.
House Judiciary Committee to markup this bill tomorrow
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), Congressman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) today introduced the Executive Needs to Faithfully Observe and Respect Congressional Enactments of the Law (ENFORCE the Law) Act (H.R. 4138) to rein in the growing problem of executive overreach and restore balance to the separation of powers enshrined in our Constitution. The introduction of this bill follows the House Judiciary Committee’s careful consideration of the President’s failure to faithfully execute our laws. The Committee has held two hearings on this issue, at which members heard from constitutional scholars on the scope of this problem and legislative solutions. The House Judiciary Committee will markup theENFORCE the Law Act tomorrow at 10:30am in 2141 Rayburn.
Article II, section 3, of the U.S. Constitution declares that the President “shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed.” However, President Obama has failed on several occasions to enforce Acts of Congress that he disagrees with for policy reasons and has also stretched his regulatory authority to put in place policies Congress has refused to enact. While President Obama is not the first to stretch presidential powers beyond their constitutional limits, executive overreach has accelerated at an alarming rate under his Administration.
To prevent executive overreach, the ENFORCE the Law Act puts a procedure in place to permit the House, or the Senate, to authorize a lawsuit against the Executive Branch for failure to faithfully execute the laws. The legislation also provides for expedited consideration of any such lawsuit, first through a three-judge panel at the federal district court level and then by providing for direct appeal to the United States Supreme Court. This expedited review is crucial in order to ensure that when a lawsuit is brought against the Administration to enforce our laws, the courts not only grant Congress standing, but also hear the case on an expedited timeline to prevent the President from stalling the litigation until his term is up.
Of all the problems with the Affordable Care Act, two fundamental flaws in President Obama’s self-described “legacy” are that the legislation unconstitutionally originated in the Senate, and that it violates the Tenth Amendment — the final provision of the Bill of Rights. Hereafter, the “Affordable Care Act” will be called “Obamacare,” not for derogatory reasons but because the official name of the bill misrepresents what it is.
Lawsuits challenging Obamacare on both issues are currently pending. Sissel v. HHS and Hotze v. Sebelius challenge the law under the Origination Clause, and are likely on their way to the Supreme Court, with stops currently at the D.C. Circuit and the Fifth Circuit Courts of Appeals respectively. In Sissel v. HHS, 44 members of Congress signed an amici curiae brief in support of the plaintiff-appellant’s position. Another lawsuit in Wisconsin, Association of American Physicians & Surgeons v. IRS, presents a Tenth Amendment frontal assault on what remains of the ACA after the Supreme Court’s 2012 ruling in NFIB v. Sebelius.