“Flouting a federal judge’s opinion about our system of checks and balances is yet another attack on our nation’s Constitution by this president,” Issa said in a statement late Tuesday night. “This hearing seeks to examine a political office embedded within the White House which, under Democratic and Republican administrations, has had a controversial role of coordinating political campaign activity for the president at taxpayer expense.”
Obama thinks he's above the law...and so far he's been right.
***A reporter speaks the truth and gets suspended. Sounds about right. Objective journalism is all but dead in this country; you have to be a leftist hack to make it in that world now.
Bergin's report, which aired Sunday, featured the widow of a black man who police say shot a rookie Jersey City police officer to death and who was then killed by officers responding to the shooting. The widow, Angelique Campbell, told Bergin that Lawrence Campbell should have killed more officers, but she later apologized.Bergin said in his report that the underlying cause of an anti-police mentality is young black men growing up without fathers."It's important to shine a light on this anti-cop mentality that has so contaminated America's inner cities," Bergin said after airing the widow's comments and showing a memorial for her husband. "The underlying cause of all of this, of course, young black men growing up without fathers."
All you have to do is look at the statistics to see that he's absolutely right.
***Curing sinusitis with a balloon. This is interesting. I've never had sinusitis, but everyone I know who has gets completely miserable with it.
***78-year-old Utah woman spends 14 hours stuck in quicksand. Yikes.
A 78-year-old woman who was reported missing after she failed to show up to an event at a nearby library was found stuck in quicksand, authorities said.
The woman had water and was in good condition when she was found the night of July 9, about 14 hours after one of her legs sank up to the knee, the Grand County sheriff’s office, said.
She's okay, thank goodness.
*** Nice catch!
***Stop distorting Hobby Lobby decision. Definitely. Liberals have been lying their heads off about that decision ever since it came down. They're disgusting.
In an opinion piece for The Wall Street Journal, the Republican lawmakers say that the decision was less about restricting birth control and more about upholding America's "centuries-old tradition of religious liberty."
"In the days since the Supreme Court's June 30 Burwell v. Hobby Lobby decision, we have been troubled by those who seem eager to misrepresent both the facts of the case and the impact of its ruling on women — all to divide Americans and score political points in a tough election year," the women wrote.
"Those who distort the court's decision insist that one cannot support religious liberty and also support access to safe, affordable birth control. But these are principles that we, and millions of others, support."
The lawmakers said that contraception remains readily available and accessible for all women, and the Hobby Lobby ruling will not change that. They also said that even before Obamacare, over 85 percent of large businesses offered contraceptive coverage to their employees, and the Obamacare mandate does not apply to businesses with fewer than 50 employees.
"Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear - not absence of fear." ~~ Mark Twain
***Have a great day!