If one looks at Barack Obama’s most recent suggested White House budget, line by line, it is socialism and destructive. No worries however, it was defeated without so much as the media reporting the vote. So, what more do we need to know? A couple of things. Who exactly advises Barack Obama? Thomas Piketty is the answer. Who is he? A French socialist who hates capitalism. Even more scary, Piketty has the ear of many in Washington DC on the side of the Obama regime.
Only today did Barack Obama sign a law authored by Senator Ted Cruz that would forbid entry, legal entry by a visa to Hamid Aboutalebi. Who is Aboutalebi? Well one must go back to 1979, when the U.S. Embassy was taken over by a group of Iranian radicals and 52 hostages (US diplomat and citizens) were kidnapped for 444 days.
When it comes to the Boston bombers investigation, the New York Times released a piece today stating that the FBI could not do more in depth investigation as the Russians would not cooperate with full details.
Frankly, as the case is spelled out by the NYT the text leads to more invasive tools rather than effectively bypassing political correctness for the sake of checks and balances between the State Department and the Department of Homeland Security.
Alright, today was a banner day with documents released from Congressman Issa, the Majority Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. Today, the Committee voted to refer the Lois Lerner contempt resolution to the Department of Justice, meaning that yesterday, having Holder himself appear before the House Judiciary Committee was no accident in scheduling. Holder was asked several times about the work and or investigations regarding the IRS. Holder refused to answer any of those questions stating he would not respond due to pending investigation. That part is in fact accurate as the DoJ was ordered by the White House to investigate when the Treasury Inspector General published his report about the ‘targeting’ of conservative groups being back logged in processing.
Okay, it was a long painful session to watch the House Judicial Committee get testimony on various questions and topics today from Eric Holder, the top lawyer in the land at the Department of Justice.