Eric Holder’s pattern of recklessness and law breaking

As everyone knows by now, the United States House of Representatives voted 255 to 67 (with virtually the entire Democrat caucus walking out and abstaining) to rightfully hold Obama’s Attorney General in contempt of Congress due to his refusal to honor the requirements of a congressional subpoena and hand over documents related to the Fast & Furious gun-running fiasco.

That vote tally included 17 Democrats who voted in favor.

I should also note that there were two backstabber Republicans who voted against the contempt resolution. Those were Congressmen Steve LaTourette (R?-OH) and Scott Rigell (R?-VA) whose treachery has earned them an induction into the Reaganista Backstabbers Corner.

Anyway, this isn’t the first time Eric Holder should have been held in contempt. Continue reading

Clinton-appointed Judge smacks down Obama Admin’s request to stop Florida’s “voter purge”

Judge Robert Lewis Hinkle rejected a request by the Obama Administration to halt Florida’s purge of non-citizen voters from the state’s voter rolls.

Hinkle, a Federal Judge appointed by President Clinton in 1996, ruled that federal laws are meant to stop states from removing eligible voters from the registration rolls close to an election, not remove voters who should have never been allowed to vote in the first place.

This is a big victory not just for Florida Governor Rick Scott, but for the rule-of-law and voters across the state who should not have their votes diluted by people ineligible to vote. Continue reading

Other Views: Thursday Will Be a Long Day for Obama

Order up some Excedrin for the White House.  Thursday is shaping up to be one hell of a day for the Obama Administration.

First, it is the day that the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to release its ruling on the federal health care law, otherwise known as “ObamaCare.”  Most legal experts believe at least parts of the law (if not the whole thing) will be ruled unconstitutional.  Either way, it will set the tone for the rest of this all-too-important election year and these uncertain times for the U.S. economy.

Secondly, Continue reading