Speaking at a town-hall meeting in Nashville, the president said it’s “theoretically” possible that the next administration could undo the amnesty Mr. Obama has granted to more than 4 million illegal immigrants, but he assured a crowd of undocumented Americans that such a step it is extremely unlikely.
Dr. Jonathan Gruber, a MIT professor who received his Ph.D from Harvard, claimed he was just trying to “look smart” when he called American voters “stupid.” -- In a congressional hearing today, the Obamacare architect was asked by Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) what he meant when he said Obamacare passed due to the “stupidity of the American voter.”
Wait for the taped phone call in a moment, but note first that former Eckert, Seamans Attorney Margaret England (more info) now works for the same law firm as Gary F. Seitz. England is a racist who called La Mar Gunn a nigger, as noted in a recent Federal Trial that Mr. Gunn won, pro se. So now we have discrimination against a Philipino family, nice.
In this case, the pro se Blanco family tried to file a Chapter 13 but checked the wrong box. Should be a simple matter to convert, right? I mean you know, seeing as they are trying to pay, rather than to extinguish a debt, right?
A lava flow on Hawaii’s Big Island that had stalled in November has picked up again and is moving toward a major traffic intersection of a small village. Although the main flow from Kilauea volcano slowed weeks ago several yards from the main road and just feet from a recycling transfer plant, lava continues to spew from a vent near the volcano’s summit and is moving downslope toward the former plantation town of Pahoa Village, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The US-led coalition has pledged to boost the number of forces fighting against Islamic State in Iraq. An extra 15 hundred troops will now be added to the over 3 thousand already there, to help train and advise local soldiers. Although the White House still insists they are not edging towards another ground war.
BERKELEY, Calif. (INTELLIHUB.COM) — Like a scene out of the middle-east, police clashed with protesters Saturday night, after instigators from the crowd of over 300 were reported to have been throwing “rocks”, “bottles” and even “pipes” at officers.
Following an exposed potential terror plot in the UK, America’s Transportation Security Administration, or TSA, is reportedly weighing whether or not passengers in the US should be allowed to continue bringing carry-on luggage with them on flights. Could this counterterrorism tool really work?
Failure to prosecute judge, despite video evidence, reveals stark double standard : Weeks after drunk driving charges were dropped against a South Texas Court of Appeals judge, a County District Attorney is claiming his office failed to receive recently surfaced footage of her field sobriety test, which police say may have led to her successful prosecution.
We had reported on the show that a group of political activists and journalists testified in a New York Court about why they're suing the Obama administration over the National Defense Authorization Act or NDAA. Chris Hedges, author and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter is also one of the plaintiffs; he joins the show to discuss.
The Obama Justice Department has roughly 24 hours to explain to a federal appeals court whether the administration believes judges have the power to overturn federal laws — in the latest escalation between the two branches of government over the federal health care overhaul.
A three-judge panel for the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday ordered the Justice Department to explain by Thursday at noon whether the administration believes judges have that authority. The challenge came after President Obama cautioned the Supreme Court against overturning the health care law and warned that such an act would be “unprecedented.”