Expert Testifies to Congress that Obama’s ‘Ignoring Laws’ Could Lead to Overthrow of Government
Issa: FBI impeding inquiry into IRS targeting of conservative groups
IRS Chief Counsel Says “I Don’t Recall” Over 80 Times
‘Desperate & Arrogant’: TheBlaze’s Buck Sexton explains why Iran is outplaying President Obama
White House Exploring Ways to Let Iran Enrich Uranium
REMEMBER THE MUNICH AGREEMENTS! Obama thinks he’s Neville Chamberlain!
What Will Happen When (and If) HealthCare.gov Actually Works
Above: Obama and Biden celebrate the success of ObamaScare . . .
After Repeal of ObamaScare: Moving to Patient-Centered, Market-Based Health Care
Now THERE’S a plan . . . !
Uh oh: Healthcare.gov’s Back End Flaws, Data Security Problems Worse Than Expected
Thanks ObamaScare: You’re at Risk of Having Your ID Stolen and Your Bank Account Emptied
Really? Obama Admin names new youth initiative ‘White House Youth’
All together now, “Heil Obama . . . Seig Heil!”
Beware the Government’s High-Tech Nose
Rand Paul: Americans Trading Liberty for False Security
TSA Expands Searches of Parked Cars at Airports
Administration to review facial recognition technology
Blacks and Obama
Boehner hires legalization advocate to advise on immigration
New Boehner Hire Supports Path to Citizenship
SOURCES: BOEHNER TELLS TEXAS BUSINESS INTERESTS THAT IMMIGRATION REFORM VOTES WILL BE HELD AFTER FILING DEADLINES HAVE PASSED
Fear of Tea Party challenges has the Speaker holding off for now, sources say
An aggressive timeline for passing comprehensive immigration reform may become a reality based on two significant developments on Capitol Hill.
One of them is that House Speaker John Boehner has hired an Immigration Policy Director who has deep experience in overhaul efforts. The other is that in recent weeks, various Texas business interests have told Quorum Report that Boehner has been telling them that he will start holding immigration votes not long after the filing deadline has passed. This, of course, runs counter to conventional wisdom that says immigration votes in the House will have to wait until 2014.