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Lee:  Humiliating New Legal Defeat for Obama Administration, but Rule of Law Remains in the Balance

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Barack Obama’s Foreign Policy Failings: A World Tour
By Troy Senik
Thursday, June 26 2014
It’s not unusual for American presidents to spend their second terms — a time when they’ve usually exhausted public good will and seen the ranks of the opposition party swell in Congress — pursuing a legacy in foreign policy. God help us if Barack Obama decides to go down that road. With more than half of his second stint in office still remaining, this president has already inflicted a career’s worth of damage abroad. If there’s anything more terrifying than his sweeping ambitions at home, it may be his fecklessness overseas. Consider the evidence, region by…
 
Oregon’s Three ObamaCare Blunders that Wasted $305 Million
After spending hundreds of millions of dollars yet failing to enroll a single person on its ObamaCare…
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U.S. Politics in the Age of Instability
One of the most peculiar facts about American exceptionalism is that we know it exists precisely because…
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Copyright: “First Sale” Doctrine Unsuitable for Digital Goods
This month, the House of Representatives Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet…
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With Cantor Loss, Liberals Whistling Past the Graveyard
The Democratic Party may have finally landed on a campaign slogan for 2014: “Any port in a storm.”…
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If You Defer Action, Illegal Immigrants Will Come
When President Barack Obama’s executive order “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals”…
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VA Scandal Scapegoating: Don’t Blame Insufficient Spending, Bush or Iraq and Afghan Wars
The burgeoning Department of Veterans Affairs scandal presages the dysfunctional future of ObamaCare…
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Barack Obama, Presidential Kamikaze
I have to admit, I’ve always had a hard time with arguments that President Obama is intentionally…
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Minnesota’s First “Unsession” Repeals 1,175 Laws
In an era when most liberals are busy trying to grow government, Democratic leaders in Minnesota just…
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New ObamaCare Fissures Emerge, as Stunned Labor Unions Chafe at Higher Costs
Pop some popcorn, grab a cold one, sit back and enjoy this emerging spectacle.  Labor unions were…
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Mind the Gap: The Dangerous Distance Between Civilians and the Military
In a just world, the scandal over the mistreatment of retired military members by the Department of Veterans…
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Question of the Week   
Mandatory vaccination laws were first enacted in the U.S. to prevent the spread of which one of the following communicable diseases?
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Quote of the Day   
 
"'The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice' is one of Obama’s favorite sayings. Ultimately, injustice and aggression don’t pay. ...  The world is aflame and our leader is on the 14th green. The arc of history may indeed bend toward justice, Mr. President. But, as you say, the arc is long. The job of a leader is to shorten it, to intervene on behalf of 'the fierce…[more]
 
 
—Charles Krauthammer, Nationally Syndicated Columnist
— Charles Krauthammer, Nationally Syndicated Columnist
 
Liberty Poll   

Is significant, proven plagiarism sufficient to disqualify, in the minds of voters, any candidate for public office?