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One of the hardest propositions for conservatives to remain consistent on is the issue of federalism. We believe in federalism. We believe that the Constitution enshrined power to the states through the Tenth Amendment. We believe that that power has been eroded away through the years and want it restored.
President Obama rode into office on a wave of goodwill promising to unite the country and bring back prosperity to the nation. How times have changed.
With the economy in worse shape than before he took office, Obama’s 2012 campaign no longer seeks to united the nation but divide it. The president has embraced anti-Wall Street protestors as a last ditch effort to shift the blame from his policies to Wall Street, Republicans and anyone else.
On the day of Google’s chief executive Eric Schmidt’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Washington insiders were met with a big story in Politico detailing Google’s efforts to buy friends in the GOP.
It will only be a matter of days before the left – MoveOn.org; People for the American Way and Progressive Change Campaign Committee — as well as their establishment organs – the New York Times and MSNBC – will be singing the same song off the same song sheet. The tune we will hear from the chorus will call for the United States Senate to confirm former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray as the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
President Obama’s three year spending spree has brought the country to the precipice of bankruptcy but as Speaker John Boehner noted, the president seems to fear losing re-election more than default on our national debt.
Despite facing a default deadline for months, the president and his team focused on what they do best – raising and spending other people’s money.
The issuance of patents to the “original and true inventor” is as American as the Constitution. But if Members of Congress have their way, the American patent system will soon turn into the European patent system That’s because a Patent … Continue reading
For big banks, the timing could not be worse.
The Supreme Court of the United States ruled this week in the case Stanford vs. Roche, that the historical rights of inventors should be protected – something that is threatened by a pending “Patent Reform” bill awaiting action in the House of Representatives.