Economy Will Not Recover Until After Environmental Regulations are Curtailed and Congressional Accountability Restored

By Kevin Mooney — Even if Washington D.C. politicians manage to balance the budget and resolve the current fiscal crisis, the economy is not likely to recover within the current regulatory environment, Myron Ebell, the director and of energy and global warming policy for the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) told listeners at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Instead of […]

U.S. Transportation Department and Environmental Protection Agency guess at 2025 car sales

By Rick Manning If Congress is seriously interested in finding people to cut perhaps they just need to look at those responsible for producing automobile company sales projections for the year 2025. That’s right, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation spent your tax dollars to make up sales projections for a model year that is thirteen years […]

Glenn Beck’s Departure from Fox News Highlights 2012 Media Strategy for Far Left Groups

By Kevin Mooney — What is the real story behind Glenn Beck’s departure from Fox News, and what does it mean for conservative media going into the 2012 elections? Mainstream news outlets explain Beck’s departure by pointing to the “precipitous decline” in his program’s ratings. The New Republic, Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times and other liberal-leaning publications have all […]

Sen. Vitter’s Amendment Directed Against Obama Czars Could Spur Additional Legislation

By Kevin Mooney — Unelected extra-constitutional czars are least partly responsible for the moratorium that continues to undermine energy production in the Gulf Coast. That’s why Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) has stepped up to block funding for administrative appointments that escape congressional scrutiny. In June, Vitter offered up an amendment that would defund existing czar positions in the Obama Administration and […]

EPA’s Extra-Constitutional Agenda Has a Long History

By Kevin Mooney — Unelected federal agents who are working to regulate and control the free market economy even after the collapse of “cap and trade” legislation have been called out thanks to Americans for Limited Government (ALG) and its top researchers. The legislation now moving on Capitol Hill aimed at blocking the extra-constitutional power grabs of the Environmental Protection […]

Rep. Scalise Proposes Legislation Eliminating the Czars

By Robert Romano – An important alert from Brett Horton, legislative counsel to Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise: Attached are articles from Roll Call and The Hill on Rep. Scalise’s “Sunset All Czars” Act, H.R. 59, which was offered at the start of the 112th Congress.  He has offered an amendment to the CR, Amendment 204 (attached), which eliminates by title […]

Obama Names New Czar: Elizabeth Warren

Americans for Limited Government President Bill Wilson today condemned the appointment of Elizabeth Warren as a special assistant to Barack Obama in order to avoid a tough confirmation battle in the Senate. “Rather than engage in the constitutional process of Senatorial advice and consent, and nominate Warren to the post of Director of the Financial Protection Bureau, Obama has simply […]

Obama Lawyers Pursue Electronic Card Check as Alternative to Legislation

By Kevin Mooney — After losing out on “card check” legislation, the Obama Administration is now working aggressively through administrative channels to unravel secret ballot safeguards at the direction of organized labor. The key player here is the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), which sent out an official request for electronic voting services in June that could be used in […]

04.13.2010 in Obama Czars, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Obama’s Appointment Failures

By Bill Wilson – Many Americans expressed surprise at the hard left turn of the Obama Administration which promised post-partisanship in their drive for the White House. However, those who have followed the personnel decisions of the Administration are much less surprised. After all, since the Reagan Administration it has become an accepted truism that “personnel is policy.” Americans for […]

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