Queue 'Headlines'

  • Jennifer Burke, Tea Party News Network

    Responding to hecklers who shouted during his speech that he was deporting families, Obama went off script and made the stunning admission that he changed the law unilaterally. 

  • Cathy Burke, NewsMax

    Twitter supporters of the Islamic State group (ISIS) are using protests and unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, as anti-U.S. propaganda and to sow terror in America, reports say.

  • Brent Bozell, Town Hall

    It's well past time to stop letting the liberal networks directly inflict damage on Republicans from the stage during the primary debates.

  • Sandy Fitzgerald, Newsmax

    Obama's exec. amnesty will make millions of them eligible for Social Security and Medicare benefits and likely allow them to eventually collect more than they have legally contributed, reports say.

  • Jeremy W. Peters, New York Times

    Jeff Sessions made the case that Obama and the titans of business who supported his immigration policy, like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, were ignoring the will of ordinary Americans who want good-paying jobs that are not taken by immigrants. 

  • Jonathan Strong, Breitbart

    Obama's exec. amnesty for an estimated five million illegal aliens is, from the perspective of Repubs., an unconstitutional power grab that threatens the republic. In Obama's telling, over soft piano music in a campaign-style YouTube video, it “just comes down to people.”

  • Allahpundit, Hot Air

    The House GOP plan is being called the “CROmnibus.” The money for immigration enforcement will run out in the spring, forcing Obama to either make a deal on his exec. amnesty then or find a way to pay for its implementation that doesn’t involve dipping into Congress’s purse.

  • Jonathan Abbamonte, American Thinker

    ObamaCare is perhaps the single greatest expansion of funding for elective abortion coverage. 

  • Erick Erickson, Red State

    The left is opposed to the people & instead prefers left-wing Dems to the citizenry in our democratic form of gov't. When a jury of peers doesn't see things the way the left sees things, the system has failed, the people are stupid, and the result is an injustice.

  • Steve Deace, TownHall

    It's time for Republicans to stop suing Obama, and start stopping him before its too late.

  • Neil Munro, Daily Caller

    “There are good people on all sides of this debate… who are interested in working with this administration and local and state officials to start tackling much-needed criminal justice reform,” Obama said.

  • Adam Yoshida, American Thinker

    Those who view this sweeping assertion of presidential authority by Obama through the prism of politics are missing the point. This is not merely a political outrage -- it is a historic offense against the Constitution and public liberty.

  • Thomas Sowell, Creators Syndicate

    Jonathan Gruber’s notion that the people are “stupid” is not fundamentally different from what Obama said when he derided ordinary Americans as petty people who want to cling to their guns and their religion. We need to see through such arrogant elitists if we want to cling to our freedom.

  • Daniel Horowitz, Conservative Review

    If R's were serious about fighting O's unconstitutional exec. amnesty, they would have reconvene a special session. We need to use the numerous GOP-controlled state legislatures to push through enduring safeguards against the type of irrevocable tyranny.

  • David Corbin and Matt Parks, The Federalist

    Republicans would be better off if they spent more time figuring out how to use a legislative veto (and funding a constitutional gov't worth funding), and less time making idle threats.