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Democrats hoping for disaster

By not confirming President Trump’s national security team the first day in office, Democrats are signaling that their resistance, aka their political stunt, takes precedence over national security. That’s a disgusting signal to send. It’s one thing to not confirm Rex Tillerson immediately. There were legitimate questions about him. It’s quite another to not confirm […]

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Cruz vs. Franken, Sessions edition

Al Franken’s attempt to sink Sen. Jeff Sessions’ confirmation as the 84th Attorney General of the United States failed. It failed partly because Sen. Franken is a buffoon. It failed partly because Sen. Franken essentially called Sen. Sessions a liar. Mostly, though, Sen. Franken failed because he attacked Sen. Sessions by basing his questions on […]

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Scott Pruitt vs. the EPA, Part II

In Part I of this series, I wrote about the virtues of federalism. Now it’s time to talk about the negative things that happened when the Obama administration ignored the Constitution and the rule of law. Specifically, I’ll quote from Kim Strassel’s article about Scott Pruitt. Picking up where I left off, let’s rejoin Strassel’s […]

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The perfect Democrat

The perfect Democrat is a toothless Democrat. These days, there’s lots of toothless Democrats in DC. House Democrats have been toothless since January, 2011. Now it’s the Senate Democrats’ turn to feel impotent. They’re feeling impotent because outgoing Democrat Leader Harry Reid went nuclear in 2013. Now that there’s a Republican administration forming, Democrats are […]

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Dayton’s constitutional stupidity

With tomorrow being Independence Day, it’s worthwhile to see which people care about our founding documents. The comments in this editorial indicate that the DFL either don’t understand the Constitution or they’re dismissive of it. About 2 weeks ago, a district court ruled that the Next Generation Energy Act, aka the NGEA, violated the Interstate […]

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Constitution 1, environmentalists 0

It gives me great joy to write this post to tell loyal readers of LFR that a 3-judge panel has ruled that Minnesota overstepped its authority when it passed the Next Generation Energy Act, aka NGEA. The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that “the Next Generation Energy Act violates the U.S. Constitution’s provision allowing […]

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RINO Republicans give Obama his wish… again!

We warned you earlier this month and now it’s official. Led by the RINO-iest RINOs in the Senate, federal prosecutor Loretta Lynch has been confirmed to replace Eric Holder as the new constitutional-killing attorney general. The 56 votes in her favor were the lowest for any attorney general since Michael Mukasey won confirmation with 53 votes in 2007, and there was good reason for the lack of support. Lynch supports Obama’s executive amnesty which grants a free pass to millions of illegals in the country, calling it “reasonable and lawful” during her confirmation hearings, even though a federal judge has ruled it unconstitutional. Democrats angrily criticized Republicans for using the issue against her, but most Republicans were unapologetic. Still, Lynch won the support of 10 Republicans, including a yes vote from Gutless On Principles (GOP) Hall of Shame member Mitch McConnell, easily the most pathetic Senate Majority Leader since his predecessor, Harry Reid. Here is a list of the 10 RINOs who put themselves ahead of America and the Constitution: Kelly Ayotte (NH) Thad Cochran (MS)* Susan Collins (ME) Jeff Flake (AZ) Lindsey Graham (SC)* Orrin Hatch (UT)* Ron Johnson (WI) Mark Kirk (IL) Rob Portman (OH) Mitch McConnell (KY)* […]

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RINO Republicans will confirm Eric Holder 2.0

Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, it looks like Eric Holder 2.0 (i.e. Loretta Lynch) will be the next Attorney General of the United States thanks to Republican Mark Kirk of Illinois—one of the Senate’s most reliable RINOs. I guess the Senate isn’t as racist as the Congressional Black Caucus said it was, but I digress. Now, you could argue that Kirk has an excuse for being a spineless RINO due to the fact that he represents the deep-blue state of Illinois along with the fact that he will be facing re-election in 2016. On the other hand, I’m fed up with the lying liars in the Republican party making promises in order to get our vote, only to see them spend all their time protecting their sorry butts instead of working to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States after they are in office. Even if you give Kirk a pass, what’s the excuse for Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham, and Orrin Hatch? These guys all represent red states and none of them face an election in 2016. Even though Flake and Graham are pro-amnesty, you would think they would be capable of voting to stop Obama’s attempt to eliminate Congress while consolidating […]

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Video: How can race-baiter Eric Holder be a lawyer let alone Attorney General?

Get Obama Toilet Paper For That Special Someone On Your Christmas Giving List!On second thought given his radical past, deception, scandal and what appear to be outright lies I can see how he could be a lawyer, but Attorney General of the United States… . . . → Read More: Video: How can race-baiter Eric Holder be a lawyer let alone Attorney General?

The partial government shutdown fallacy

Is it really wise to fight a fight we can’t win? That’s one of the important questions that the TEA Party hasn’t answered yet. In other words, should Republicans fight to defund Obamacare in the upcoming budget fight, especially knowing that it’s a fight they’ll lose while shutting down the government? One myth that’s been […] . . . → Read More: The partial government shutdown fallacy . . . → Read More: The partial government shutdown fallacy