Articles By: Robert Romano

President Obama

GOP Moves Against Obama Race-Based HUD Rules

n July 2015, the Obama administration via the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) finalized a rule that will force local communities to build evenly distributed neighborhoods based on income and race.

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Wesley Clark Calls for New Internment Camps

Wesley Clark Calls for New Internment Camps

Retired 4-star general Wesley Clark on CNN, a one-time Democrat candidate for President of the United States, has called for World War II-style internment camps for radicalized Americans, including domestic Islamic terrorists.

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The Greek Bailout Will Fail, Again

The Greek Bailout Will Fail, Again

Greece finds itself in the same demographic decline — with the working age population slowdown coinciding with the economic downturn — that Japan, the rest of Europe, and even the U.S. finds itself in.

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When is a Treaty Not a Treaty?

When is a Treaty Not a Treaty?

When is a treaty not a treaty? Apparently, whenever the president says so, according to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).

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How Congress Can Stop the Iran Nuclear Deal

How Congress Can Stop the Iran Nuclear Deal

If Congress is still intent on stopping a nuclear arms race in the Middle East — and any wars that may result from that madness — what are their options? Treat the deal, now public, as a treaty.

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GOP Tied its Own Hands on Iran Deal

GOP Tied its Own Hands on Iran Deal

Both the House and Senate just passed legislation in April — H.R. 1191, the so-called Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015 by Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) — that will make it virtually impossible to stop the Iran deal now.

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GOP: Dissing the Conservative Base a Bad Idea

GOP: Dissing the Conservative Base a Bad Idea

Fed up with the establishment Republicans in Washington, D.C. selling out to President Barack Obama on issues like funding his executive amnesty? If so, you are likely part of a growing number of Americans who are growing increasingly frustrated with the ineptitude of Republicans to lead their own party with policies their conservative political base actually supports.

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Things Congress Can Cut in Financial Services

Things Congress Can Cut in Financial Services

Next week, the House of Representatives is taking up the appropriations bill for Financial Services and General Government. This is another opportunity for Congress to exercise its constitutional power of the purse through policy riders that can help limit the size and scope of government.

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Obama’s Racist Plan to Redraw Your Neighborhood

Obama’s Racist Plan to Redraw Your Neighborhood

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has finalized its “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing” rule that empowers the government to condition eligibility for community development block grants on redrawing zoning maps to achieve racial and income integration by building high density, low-income housing in middle-class neighborhoods.

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Spending: 23 Things Congress Could Cut

Spending: 23 Things Congress Could Cut

This week, the House of Representatives is taking up the appropriations bill for the Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies. This is an opportunity for Congress to exercise its constitutional power of the purse through policy riders that can help limit the size and scope of government.

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