There's good news to begin the week from the public opinion front. Despite - or perhaps because of…
CFIF on Twitter CFIF on YouTube
New Poll: Americans Oppose Obama-Iran Accord By Over 2-to-1

There's good news to begin the week from the public opinion front.

Despite - or perhaps because of - the Obama Administration's desperate effort to sell a skeptical Congress and American electorate on its dangerous nuclear accord with Iran, a new Quinnipiac poll shows that the public opposes the deal by more than a two-to-one margin:

American voters oppose 57-28 percent, with only lukewarm support from Democrats and overwhelming opposition from Republicans and independent voters, the nuclear pact negotiated with Iran, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released today.  Voters say 58-30 percent the nuclear pact will make the world less safe, the independent Quinnipiac University poll finds."

That skepticism is matched by some in Congress, including Senator Tom Cotton (…[more]

August 03, 2015 • 09:58 am

Liberty Update

CFIFs latest news, commentary and alerts delivered to your inbox.
Jester's CourtroomLegal tales stranger than stranger than fiction: Ridiculous and sometimes funny lawsuits plaguing our courts.
GOP To Use Congressional Review Act To Challenge Obama
By Ashton Ellis
Wednesday, January 21 2015
With complete control of Congress, Republicans can now force President Barack Obama and his liberal allies to embrace the regulations they like, but would rather not talk about.  The method of choice is the seldom-used Congressional Review Act (CRA). Passed in 1996, the CRA gives Congress the opportunity to disapprove of federal agency rules. It authorizes a fast-track process to quickly put a halt on regulations before they go into effect. The CRA has been used successfully only one time – in 2001 when a leftover Clinton administration ergonomics rule was disapproved by a Republican…
 
Doubling Down: Obama Advocates Government-Owned Broadband Service
Since even before his 2009 inauguration, Barack Obama has promised his extremist base to "fix"…
Read more...
Third Time Wouldn’t Be a Charm for Romney
Time heals all wounds. Unless, of course, you insist on picking the scab. That’s a lesson that…
Read more...
 
Paul Ryan Passes on Presidency to Focus on Reforming Government Now
On Monday, Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI) said he would not run for president in 2016. Instead he will…
Read more...
Senate Change Reveals Obama Was the Obstructionist All Along
Throughout Barack Obama's White House tenure, he and his apologists have scapegoated House Republicans…
Read more...
 
Don’t Like the Politics? Change the Voters
Conservatives surveying all the damage that has been done by the Obama years — and considering…
Read more...
Why Conservative Lawsuits Aren’t Examples of Judicial Activism
It’s January 2015, and liberal politicians in Washington are already making good on one of their…
Read more...
 
2014: The Year in Review
2014 has just about come and gone. Because the first big story of the year was Colorado legalizing the…
Read more...
Second Amendment Ends 2014 On a High Note
It's important for conservatives and libertarians, preternaturally pessimistic regarding societal drift…
Read more...
 
Obama Plays Word Games with Executive Power
President Barack Obama and his allies like to say he’s issued far fewer executive orders than his…
Read more...
Obama’s Moral Blindness on Cuba
Last year, during the funeral services for Nelson Mandela in South Africa, President Obama was photographed…
Read more...
Question of the Week   
Which one of the following Obama Administration officials stated in April 2015 that under the nuclear deal with Iran, “you will have anywhere, any time 24/7 access as it relates to the nuclear facilities that Iran has”?
More Questions
Quote of the Day   
 
"On the eve of the first Republican primary debate, state party leaders across the nation say the 2016 contest is in a state of flux, as unpredictable and wide-open as any they can remember. A sprawling field of contenders, no clear frontrunner, still-unsettled primary election dates and rules, the combustible presence of Donald Trump -- all of it has top GOP officials scratching their heads over…[more]
 
 
—Katie Glueck, Kyle Cheney and Eli Stokols, POLITICO
— Katie Glueck, Kyle Cheney and Eli Stokols, POLITICO
 
Liberty Poll   

On August 6, Fox News will televise two debates with the Republican presidential candidates, at 9 p.m. with the top 10, and at 5 p.m. with the rest of the field. Do you plan on watching one or both?