As the states’ lawsuit against the imposition of the unconstitutional ObamaCare works its way through the appeals process, Senator Ron Paul (R-KY) hit the nail on the head concerning the abomination that is ObamaCare during a hearing in the Senate HELP Subcommittee on Primary Health and Aging today. He called it “slavery,” amounting to the conscription of doctors against their will. Indeed. It also enslaves every American taxpayer, forcing them to work for the benefit of others against their will.
This video is an audience question about the Rapid City Business Improvement District (BID) tax to create the Main Street Square project. Tuesday night’s mayoral forum was moderated by Brad Anderson of KTOQ AM radio. Participating in the forum were current Mayor Alan Hanks, Alderman Sam Kookier, Alderman Ron Weifenbach, and Rapid City businessman Pete Wernicke.
It’s hard to believe that after all the guff the “mainstream” media and the rest of the Left has given the Tea Party movement for supposedly being racist President Barack Obama, America’s second black president (Bill Clinton was the first, you will recall) has invited a couple of bigoted racists to the White House for a poetry event.
This video is from last night’s Rapid City mayoral forum. Participating in the forum were current Mayor Alan Hanks, Alderman Sam Kookier, Alderman Ron Weifenbach, and Rapid City businessman Pete Wernicke. The question comes from a member of the audience and asks the candidates to cite an example of current mismanagement in city government and tell what they would do to correct it.
President Barack Obama and Herman Cain, the man who would replace him in 2012, have two very different views of immigration and border control for America. We already know all too well what President Obama’s vision entails: amnesty, and refusing to enforce the law. Herman Cain, however, has a four-pronged approach to deal with border security, law enforcement, citizenship and hiring practices, and empowering the states.
In a well-produced brochure touted as its Clean Water Framework, the Obama Administration last week announced its updated and revised policies governing the Nation’s Waters. Included in the initiatives it discusses is “updated draft guidance regarding Clean Water Act (CWA) jurisdiction.” Those of us now familiar with the Administration’s attempts to use the EPA as a vehicle for circumventing the wishes of Congress and the Courts naturally fear something far less wholesome. Under its new Guidance, EPA officials freely admit that compared to how things stand currently, “the number of waters identified as protected by the CWA will increase.”