Are House Republicans voting to give away the Internet?

By Robert Romano “Until the Comptroller General of the United States submits the report required by [this statute], the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information may not relinquish or agree to any proposal relating to the relinquishment of the responsibility of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration [NTIA]… over Internet domain name system functions, including responsibility with respect […]

Democrats and Republicans agree — Obama can’t be trusted

By Tom Toth It happened—Congressional Democrats have reached unanimous agreement with Republicans that President Obama cannot be trusted to make the most common sense leadership decisions, at least in relationship to foreign policy and American diplomacy. The Ted Cruz-authored bill banning a known Iranian terrorist—and champion of the Iranian hostage crisis—from the United States, and therefore appointment as the American ambassador […]

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Trey Gowdy lays down on the law on why Lois Lerner was found in contempt in Congress

By Tom Toth South Carolina Representative Trey Gowdy laid out effectively why former IRS official Lois Lerner voided her Fifth Amendment right to not testify about her part in the IRS Tea Party targeting scandal. According to Gowdy, Lerner voided her right when she gave a statement claiming her innocence and making 17 factual statements – before claiming the Fifth […]

Ted Cruz’s bill banning Iranian terrorist from diplomatic post meets unanimous support in House and Senate

By Tom Toth Ted Cruz’s bill banning a known Iranian terrorist—and champion of the Iranian hostage crisis—from appointment as the American ambassador from Iran is likely to make it to Barack Obama’s desk after unanimous passage through the House and Senate. Hamid Aboutalebi was a primary participant in the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis. The decision to appoint Aboutalebi to a […]

Lois Lerner referred to DOJ for criminal prosecution

By Tom Toth Update: Tea Party Abuser Held in Contempt of Congress 4/10/14 – The House Oversight Committee has voted to hold former IRS official Lois Lerner in Contempt of Congress. Read the full story here. 4/9/14 – The House Ways and Means Committee has voted to request the Department of Justice (DOJ) pursue criminal action against former senior IRS official […]

Rep. Louie Gohmert challenges Eric Holder’s contempt nonchalance

By Rick Manning & Tom Toth Attorney General Eric Holder doesn’t like being challenged to produce documents surrounding his Justice Department’s involvement in the Fast and Furious scandal.  In fact, he became incensed when Representative Louis Gohmert had the temerity to push him regarding his Contempt of Congress citation, earned due to his stonewalling lawmaker requests for documents about their […]

Senator Cornyn against media ‘shield’ bill: Right for all the wrong reasons

By Robert Romano Some of the senators raising objections to Sen. Chuck Schumer’s (D-N.Y.) so-called media “shield” bill may want to come up with a more coherent argument. Take Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) who is quoted in a Breitbart story saying the bill “was essentially an attempt to deflect… from the Department of Justice and this administration… the criticism they […]

Media shield law is anything but

Click here to tell Congress to STOP the war on the freedom of the press! By Robert Romano The ill-titled “Free Flow of Information Act” — supposedly a bill that will protect journalists’ confidential sources often as it relates to the publication classified information — has enough votes in the Senate to pass, sponsor Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y) has proclaimed. […]

Is Congress planning to charge you mortgage insurance even if you put 20 percent down?

By Robert Romano Senate Democrats and Republicans on the Senate Banking Committee have agreed in principle on a plan to unwind the nearly $5 trillion Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs) and to, they say, “create a mortgage insurance fund for the system to protect taxpayers against future bailouts.” Under the proposal, S. 1217, supported by the Obama administration, lending institutions will […]

D.C. Republican Shark Tank smells blood in water, turns on their own

By Rick Manning With friends like the National Republican Congressional Committee, who needs enemies?  That must be the question Republican House candidate David Jolly is asking himself today.  Fighting to win the special election to fill the seat of Bill Young who died earlier this year, Jolly is now having to spend the last days of his campaign dealing with […]

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