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In rejecting their responsibility for immigration, Congress has placed the future of American freedoms, rights and liberties, and of American lives, in danger.
Try walking down a sidewalk, or driving down a street in your town when a bunch of muslim butts are in the air blocking your RIGHT of free movement if you disagree.
Due to the epic failure of Congress to protect American liberties and freedoms, and to override the enemy in the Oval Office, a suggestion the States can handle on their own is below. Because over 30 States already have tried to block this immigration, it […]
53% of the American public – more than voted for the president in 2012 – and 30 state governors of both parties are rejecting Syrian immigration of military age men. There are no “widows and orphans” in this cohort, and you – and we – know it.
The power over immigration is a federal power.
But immigration is a power granted to the Legislative Branch – Congress, as an enumerated power under Article One, Section 8, and not to the Executive Branch – the president.
In the following list are the powers granted the president under Article 2 […]
The sum total of the Constitutional domestic authority of the president is contained in Article Two, Section 3, of the Constitution of the United States: “[H]e shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed, and shall commission all officers of the United States.”
- Obama has no right to any domestic “agenda,” and no
While SCOTUS ruminates Burwell, while the governors await word of the fates of their budgets based on how SCOTUS holds, and while Left and Right harangue one another over subsidies, death spirals, what someone meant, who can and can’t afford what, and while we all argue over what was left on the edit floor by those who wrote this damned law, it seems everyone is missing the only salient point of Burwell.
Either Americans still live under the Rule of Law – or we do not.
All else in this discussion is tangential.
I really couldn’t care less what […]
It seems pedestrian to note that not being elected means you don’t get to enter Congress, be paid too much to do too little, fantasize that you’re better than those who elected you to represent them (not the other way ‘round), and retire at nearly full salary after a couple of 113-day “years” full of 3-day “weeks”.
Perhaps it is even more pedestrian to note: No oath, no office.
…The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the members of the several state legislatures, and all executive and judicial officers, both of the United […]