Combatting Obama’s Lawlessness 
After illegally putting unconfirmed appointees into office when there was no recess by the United States Senate and ignoring the United States Constitution, Barack Obama is continuing to govern by executive order when he cannot get his way in the United States Congress.
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives is finally beginning to fight back. Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins, Republican from Kansas will be introducing a concurrent resolution expressing the sense of Congress that any Executive Order that would require federal spending has no binding effect until it is enacted into law through the legislative process. This resolution would therefore clarify congressional authority, as detailed in the Constitution. Before she introduces it, Representative Jenkins is seeking more co-sponsors for his bill... (READ MORE )
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Governor Daniels responds to Obama’s partisan election-year speech 
Barack Obama has been in campaign mode since he received a severe rebuke and rejection of his policies by the American people in the 2010 elections. Unfortunately, Obama used his “State of the Union” annual speech to spew forth partisan political hackery Tuesday tonight in the chamber of the United States House of Representatives.
Governor Mitch Daniels, Republican from Indiana, gave the Republican Address to the Nation in response. Governor Daniels said: “The President did not cause the economic and fiscal crises that continue in America tonight. But he was elected on a promise to fix them, and he cannot claim that the last three years have made things anything but worse: the percentage of Americans with a job is at the lowest in decades. One in five men of prime working age, and nearly half of all persons under 30, did not go to work today... (READ MORE )
Senate vote gives Obama option to raise debt ceiling another $1.2 trillion 
Senate Republicans were unable to muster enough votes Thursday for a bill opposing another $1.2 trillion increase in the debt ceiling.
The measure was defeated on a 52-44 vote. Lawmakers would have needed 60 votes in order to push the bill through, and more than that to override a presidential veto. The House had approved the measure last week, but it was expected to fail in the Senate.
The vote caps an unusual process set up at the end of the debt-ceiling debate last summer. The process allows lawmakers, mostly Republicans, to vote against debt increases but not actually block them. Blocking them would provoke a first-ever, market-rattling default on U.S. obligations... (READ MORE )
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