Democrat Party

A Clinton-Free Democratic Party

William McGurn, Wall Street Journal

The challenge for the Democratic Party is this: Mrs. Clinton lost an election in good part because she repudiated the compromises with Republicans that accounted for her husband’s greatest achievements as president—but she never would have been nominated if she hadn’t.

Democratic Platform Calls For Taxpayer-Funded Abortions

Peter Hasson, Daily Caller

Unlike any previous major party platform, the final draft of the 2016 Democratic platform explicitly calls for the repeal of the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits the use of federal funds for abortion except in cases of rape, incest and the life of the mother.

Warren Buffett: Obama’s Favorite Crony Capitalist

The “Oracle of Omaha” has made many shrewd investments over the years, and one of the best was in the policies of Barack Obama and the Democratic Party.

How Illegal Immigrant Juveniles Will Serve the Democrats

Michael Bargo Jr., American Thinker

The real story is that Obama cares not for the welfare of Hispanic juveniles. His only concern is to keep the Democratic National Machine in power. He himself was placed in the White House to rewrite Immigration Law.

The Lois Lerner IRS Targeting & Cover Up: All In The Nature Of Big Government

Once government reaches a certain size its prime directive ceases to be to serve the people who created it to become preserving itself and expanding its power. Obama, the Democratic Party and unionized government employees all have the same goal.

Surprise for Obama's N. American Agenda

Jerome R. Corsi, WND

Now even the Democrats question what President Obama seeks.

McAuliffe Campaign Promise Sparks Int'l Dispute

Tess VandenDolder, In The Capital

One of the first issues to arise with newly elected Gov. Terry McAuliffe actually has nothing to do with Virginia's domestic policies. Instead, the Dem. has become embroiled in an int'l dispute with Japan that could spell big trouble.

Exec. Tyranny: The Problem's Bigger Than Obama

Bruce Thornton, Front Page Magazine

Obama is just the extreme version of a widespread belief among many in both parties that an enormous, intrusive federal regulatory and redistributionist regime is necessary for “solving problems” that in fact are best left to individuals and state and local government.

It’s Past Time to Start Believing President Obama

It is time the Republican “leaders” on Capitol Hill started believing Obama when he says he is going to act with or without constitutional authority and long past time they used the tools the Constitution gives them to stop him. Sign and share the petition to impeach Obama now.

Contempt for Congress: Well Deserved

Patrick J. Buchanan, WND

Pat Buchanan lists all the ways legislative branch has abrogated its duties. 

Dem Was For Obamacare Before She Was Against It

Emily Hulsey, Independent Journal Review

In an effort to vindicate themselves to a very dissatisfied public, Dems. up for reelection this year are no longer simply distancing themselves from Obamacare; they are actually running against it. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick is one such Dem.

Retirements Hurt Dems’ House Prospects

Alex Isenstadt and John Bresnahan, Politico

Since Dec., four Dem. incumbents (the newest: Jim Moran of VA) have announced they will not be seeking reelection to districts that contain large proportions of Repub. voters. Dems. freely admit that two seats, Jim Matheson's (UT) and Mike McIntyre's (NC), are almost certain to shift Repub.

Lib. Think Tank: Dems to Blame for Congressional Gridlock

Heather Ginsberg, Town Hall

Newest analysis from the liberal-leaning think tank Brookings Institution points directly at the Senate Dems. to blame for the congressional gridlock. The House has passed twice as many bills as the Senate in '13.

More Now Blame Obama, Not Bush, On Economy

Russell Berman, The Hill

Citing a new survey by a GOP pollster, Boehner told Repubs. that the administration had reached a “turning point” after five years in which Obama had successfully blamed Bush for the US’s economic woes. Repubs, he argued, now have the upper hand when it comes to the economy.

KY GOP Wants Fed. Probe of Dem. Senate Primary

Tom Howell Jr., Washington Times

The Kentucky GOP wants federal prosecutors to investigate claims by Dem. U.S. Senate candidate Ed Marksberry that he was offered favors from contender Alison Lundergan Grimes to drop out of the race.

TeaParty: Unlike Christie, Obama Hasn't Held Staff Accountable

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder and National Coordinator of the Tea Party Patriots, said her group was still waiting for Obama to hold any of his own top officials accountable as Chris Christie did on Thurs.

Dems Hiding REAL Obamacare Numbers

WND Staff

'They've circled the wagons. They don't want there to be signs of weakness.'

Maddow Gets More Heat Over Bogus Koch Report

Debra Heine, Breitbart

Rachel Maddow has doubled down on her spurious "bombshell" report alleging that the nefarious Koch Brothers helped fund a shockingly outrageous initiative in FL (which the vast majority of Floridians support), but no one outside of the MSNBC clown car seems to be buying it.

Why Socialism Is on the Rise

Ben Shapiro, Creators.com

Conservatives talk results when discussing the shortcomings of socialism. They're right: Socialism is ineffective, destructive and stunting to the human spirit. But they're wrong to abandon the field of morality when discussing the contrast between freedom and control. 

Obama Policies Haven't Helped Poor

Dave Boyer, Washington Times

Although Obama often rails against income inequality in America, his policies have had little impact overall on poverty. A record 47 million Americans receive food stamps, about 13 million more than when he took office.