Category Archives: Government

Rush issues dire warning about Obama after election


While many political observers are wondering what will happen if Republicans win control of the U.S. Senate in the November election, talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh is warning Americans to “buckle up,” as he expects President Obama to go wild with executive orders.
“As far as Barack Obama is concerned, he doesn’t care who win

Romney hits Obama on ‘shameful’ amnesty


(DAILY SIGNAL) Mitt Romney had some harsh words about what he called President Obama’s plan to “unilaterally” grant amnesty to illegal immigrants after next week’s midterm elections.
“[It is] is a very shameful thing,” the 2012 Republican presidential nominee said yesterday in an interview with MSNBC&rs

School hands out Nation of Islam propaganda


(FOX NEWS) — ELIZABETHTON, Tenn.—The mother of an eight-year-old wants to know why a Tennessee school teacher gave her child a handout from the Nation of Islam that portrayed the presidents on Mount Rushmore as being racists.
Sommer Bauer tells me her son was given The Nation of Islam handout at Harold McCormick Elementary School in [..

Non-citizens to come to U.S. for Ebola treatment?


(FOXNEWS) — A top Republican congressman claims the Obama administration is exploring plans to bring non-U.S. citizens infected with Ebola to the United States for treatment.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, told Fox News that his office has received “information from within the administration”

Document shows feds fear airborne Ebola


In a lengthy document that received nearly no media attention, a U.S. government agency has warned preliminary data shows Ebola is aerostable, meaning it can survive in the air and potentially be transmitted via airborne means.
The document was released in a federal government announcement seeking research proposals from private firms for Ebola tre

FEC Republicans vow to defend online political speech


(WASHINGTON FREE BEACON) Republicans on the Federal Election Commission are vowing to fight regulations on online political advocacy that they say would chill free speech and potentially lead to politicized targeting of Internet writers and video-makers.
The commission’s chairman is warning that such regulations would allow the federal govern

Democrat ad in N.C. evokes Trayvon Martin


(WASHINGTON FREE BEACON) A Super PAC run by former aides to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) is running a radio ad in North Carolina that accuses of GOP Senate candidate Thom Tillis of helping to “cause the shooting death of Trayvon Martin,” the Florida teenager who was killed under controversial circumstances in early [...]

Democrat accuses own party of sabotaging him


(ARGUSLEADER) — Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Rick Weiland accused his own political party of trying to undermine his campaign in a striking news conference Monday.
Weiland said the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee’s ads attacking Republican incumbent Mike Rounds have backfired and hurt him.
“You put negative on a candi

Cosmopolitan bussing college voters to N.C. polls


(MSNBC) In a surprising move, atypical of their usual focus on sex and beauty, women’s magazine Cosmopolitan plans to send a “party bus” to North Carolina State University to shuttle college voters to the polls on Election Day next Tuesday.
For the first time in its more than 100-year history, the women’s magazine recently t

Poll: Voters ‘angry’ about direction of country


Washington (CNN) — Nearly 7 in 10 Americans are angry at the direction the country is headed and 53% of Americans disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance, two troubling signs for Democrats one week before the midterm elections, a new CNN/ORC International Poll shows.
Democrats are battling to try and save the Senate major

Postal Service OKs 50,000 requests to track U.S. mail


(NEW YORK POST) WASHINGTON — In a rare public accounting of its mass surveillance program, the U.S. Postal Service reported that it approved nearly 50,000 requests last year from law-enforcement agencies and its own internal inspection unit to secretly monitor the mail of ordinary Americans for use in criminal and national-security investigat

Feds ID ’2nd leaker’ for Snowden reporters


(YAHOO! NEWS) The FBI has identified an employee of a federal contracting firm suspected of being the so-called “second leaker” who turned over sensitive documents about the U.S. government’s terrorist watch list to a journalist closely associated with ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden, according to law enforcement and intelligence

GOP vows to stop ‘un-American’ amnesty


(BREIBART) Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), says it’s “un-American” for President Barack Obama to consider implementing an executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens across the country.
“It’s unconstitutional, illegal, and we don’t support it,” Priebus replied w

Limbaugh: ‘We need to quarantine Chris Christie’


(RUSHLIMBAUGH.COM)RUSH: Okay. So let me see if I understand this. The states want to set up their own Ebola quarantines. Why would they want to do that? That’s because they don’t trust the federal government’s quarantine protocols, right?
That means they don’t trust the CDC. That means they don’t trust Obama, the Ebola

Immigration union warns on Obama amnesty


(FOX NEWS) A union that represents thousands of federal immigration officers is raising alarm after the U.S. government ordered supplies to create millions of blank work permits and green cards, touching off speculation that the Obama administration may be preparing executive action on immigration.
The Associated Press reported last week that the n

Ebola triggers political turmoil in U.S., Spain


NEW YORK –With echoes of the U.S. scene, the Ebola outbreak has become a political crisis in Spain as voters vent anger toward the conservative government of Mariano Rajoy for being slow to appreciate the serious of a health crisis that caught the nation’s public hospitals unprepared.
In the U.S., meanwhile, nurses Nina Pham and Amber [

Terrorists turn to women for suicide missions


The ability to recruit female suicide bombers is evidence the Nigerian Islamic terror organization Boko Haram is growing in strength, according to an analyst.
The report says at least eight of Boko Haram’s recent suicide attacks have been carried out by women, some as young as 16. The organization has more than 150 girls under age [...]

CDC moves to prevent state travel restrictions


NEW YORK – Amid growing controversy over whether or not to quarantine travelers from Ebola-stricken West African nations, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Monday a set of new procedures that appeared aimed at preventing state health officials from repeating the steps New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo took over the weekend in

Yoga recognized as ‘state religion’ in school


Yoga has been recognized as a “state religion” in a California school district, and an appeals court now is being asked to reject state officials’ arguments that the Hindu meditation and worship – which already has been affirmed as “religious” in a courtroom – has no more spiritual influence than football.

Anti-gun billionaire: ‘We need more school shootings’


It didn’t take long for some progressives to exploit the tragic shooting at a Washington State high school last Friday, as they used it in an attempt to gain support for a ballot initiative requiring expanded background checks on all gun transfers in the state.
Within hours of the Oct. 24 shooting that claimed the lives [...]

Media star jumps into Obama eligibility debate


A conversation between well-known conservative commentator Mark Steyn and an intrepid talk-radio show went beyond the contents of a new book Monday and delved directly into the controversy over Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president.
After mentioning his birthplace is Toronto, author, radio host and commentator Steyn jumped feet first int

GOP candidate confronted about ‘birther bill’


(TALKINGPOINTSMEMO) — A Republican who could soon be in charge of Arizona’s elections struggled on air Sunday to explain why she supported a “birther” bill demanding presidential candidates prove their American citizenship.
The 2011 bill, which was eventually vetoed by Gov. Jan Brewer (R), required presidential candidates to

U.S. soldiers back from Liberia quarantined in Italy


NEW YORK – The Italian press reported widely that approximately 11 U.S. troops returning from Africa were placed in Ebola quarantine in Italy on Monday, including Army Maj. Gen. Darryl Williams, the commander of the U.S. Army Africa forces – and up to 30 more are expected to arrive soon, bringing the total number of [...]

Feds identify suspected ’2nd leaker’ for Snowden reporters


(NEWS.YAHOO) — The FBI has identified an employee of a federal contracting firm suspected of being the so-called “second leaker” who turned over sensitive documents about the U.S. government’s terrorist watch list to a journalist closely associated with ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden, according to law enforcement and intel