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Obama: “If you’ve been in America for more than five years; if you have children who are American citizens or legal residents; if you register, pass a criminal background check, and you’re willing to pay your fair share of taxes — you’ll be able to apply to stay in this country temporarily without fear of deportation.”
Rand Paul is a slick used-car salesman who’s always on the lookout for opportunistic material with which to trick voters into buying his clown-sized jalopy.
It’s totally bizarre that Jonathan Turley fails to see the constitutional problems commensurate with one branch of government suing another branch.
MEMBERS ONLY: As we’ve covered here many times, Paul’s flip-flops make Mitt Romney look like a pillar of steadfast integrity, but for some reason, guys like Maher along with a small faction of the far-left are completely blind to Paul’s serial waffling and doofery.
Iowa pork producers carry greater influence over Christie than 93 percent of New Jersey voters and nearly the entire New Jersey Assembly and Senate.
At several points along the way, his face literally turns several shades of purple as he belches through what sounds like the last remaining shreds of his sand-papery vocal cords.
If you thought Andrew Napolitano’s description of net neutrality as “Orwellian” was, well, Orwellian, check out the name of this video: Clearing Up Net Neutrality.
Unless you’re the CEO of a telecom, abolishing net neutrality and allowing a “closed internet” is suicidal. So, here’s a proposal for Ted Cruz and Andrew Napolitano…
State officials have proved in nearly every election why they ought to be stripped of this duty, and to have the entire process run and regulated by a nonpartisan, centralized body to ensure that irresponsible leaders can no longer play political grabass with our representative democracy.
The Supreme Court announced today its decision to hear the case of King v. Burwell, which challenges the Affordable Care Act’s insurance subsidies, claiming that the law doesn’t explicitly define the federal government’s role in offering premium assistance to roughly five million lower income families.
The balance of power and legislative conduct in Washington, however, will remain much as it was before the election, given how the Senate Republicans routinely filibustered or outright blocked Obama administration-supported legislation as well as judicial and other appointees.
Elsewhere, Charlie Crist’s fortunes rest with voters in Southern Florida where he could pick up enough late votes to defeat controversial incumbent Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL).
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell defeated challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes following a hotly contested race that culminated with a lawsuit by Grimes against the state Republican Party and the McConnell campaign for issuing misleading letters warning of “election fraud.”