|Friday, June 28, 2013||
Senate Passes Amnesty Bill
Yesterday the Senate passed its quasi-amnesty bill on a vote of 68-to-32. Fourteen Republicans joined all 54 Democrats in voting for the bill. They are:
|Thursday, June 27, 2013||
We MUST Keep Fighting!
Based on the messages I have received, many of you (and especially our friends in California) seem tempted to give up. Some are asking, "Why should we bother anymore?"
This may be shocking to you, but if we throw up our arms in frustration and surrender the public policy arena to the left, it will get a whole lot worse. We are headed toward the criminalization of Christianity. Let me explain.
|Wednesday, June 26, 2013||
High Court Rules On Marriage
Friends, we are still digesting the complex decisions handed down today by the Supreme Court regarding the Defense of Marriage Act and California's Proposition 8. At first glance it appears to be a split decision, but not as bad as many feared it would be. We will have a special report later this afternoon with more analysis.
Radical Islamists In The White House
The Culture War Continues & How You Can Help Win It!
Today the Supreme Court handed down two decisions on the meaning of marriage. Here is my analysis with an action item at the end.
|Tuesday, June 25, 2013||
Sarah Slams Senate Immigration Bill
In a Facebook post Sunday evening that was liked by more than 3.5 million people, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin slammed the Senate's immigration bill and ripped into Florida Senator Marco Rubio.
|Monday, June 24, 2013||
Border Compromise Is A Bad Deal
We told you last week that the purpose of the big border security amendment compromise was not to stop illegal immigration. The purpose was to fool enough of the public so that enough senators would feel they had cover to cast a vote for what is becoming the immigration reform equivalent of Obamacare.
|Friday, June 21, 2013||
Farm Bill Defeated In House
Yesterday the House of Representatives voted down a $940 billion farm bill. The House leadership faced a revolt from both sides of the aisle. Conservative Republicans were angry over too much spending on subsidies, and liberal Democrats were upset over how much was cut from food stamps.
|Thursday, June 20, 2013||
There is news today of an agreement that will improve the border security aspects of the Senate's quasi-amnesty bill. The deal supposedly involves doubling the Border Patrol by adding 20,000 new agents, hundreds of miles of border fencing and surveillance drones to track illegal immigrants attempting to cross the border.
We will provide more details as we have them, but I'm skeptical. Security has been promised repeatedly for thirty years. It hasn't been done.
|Tuesday, June 18, 2013||
Public Strongly Opposes Obama's Syrian Intervention
Last week the White House announced that it would begin providing weapons and military aid to the Syrian rebels fighting the regime of President Bashar al-Assad. The conundrum for U.S. policy makers is that many of the rebels are Al Qaeda extremists.
|Monday, June 17, 2013||
A Summer Of Discontent?
According to the latest CNN poll, President Obama's approval rating has fallen eight points in the past month. Forty-five percent of the country approves of Obama's job performance, while 54% disapproves. Last month the numbers were essentially reversed with 54% approving and 45% disapproving. And it's hard to find much good news for the president based on this survey. For example: