“Every Republican in the House of Representatives right now ran on either delaying, opposing or defunding Obamacare. And this is the point where Republicans need to show whether or not they’re going to follow through on their commitments. This is democracy in action, and if you don’t like where we are now with the government slowdown, most Americans didn’t like where we were when Obamacare was passed in the first place.”
Click here to listen to or read the transcript from my recent interview with Michel Martin on NPR’s Tell Me More
“The U.S. prison for enemy combatants at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, should not succumb once again to policies that thwart our defense of U.S. citizens and national security interests.
While Gitmo houses 164 inmates who are eager to harm Americans, a group of left-leaning lawyers (colloquially dubbed the “terrorist bar”) is working earnestly on behalf of the Gitmo detainees. These groups include representatives of the American Bar Association, the American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and Human Rights First.
Under a recent policy change, the Department of Defense allows observers from these organizations to monitor ongoing proceedings at Gitmo. The department’s policy confers privileged status on these five organizations, which have automatic access rights to monitor Gitmo hearings.”
Click here to read my full commentary in the Washington Times.
“Americans have learned that the world is a more dangerous place under the leadership of our Nobel Peace Prize winner, who never seemed to learn that peace is best achieved through strength.”
Read my new piece at the Daily Caller. Click here.
Former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman has some explaining to do. An outcry from Shulman’s former bosses, the American taxpayers, should shame him into honestly answering five simple questions about his role in the most threatening scandal engulfing the Obama administration today.
Read the five questions here.
Attorney General Eric Holder may have misled Congress and you about the Justice Department’s targeting of reporter James Rosen. Did Holder perjure himself? IWF senior fellow Gayle Trotter joined Andrea Tantaros to illuminate the issues. Listen here.
The President signed 23 new executive actions yesterday. NRA President David Keene joined Ernest and Gayle to explain what this means for you. Ernest and Gayle speak with author and Townhall editor Katie Pavlich about the executive actions. Gayle and Ernest speak with Jordan Sekulow about an Iranian American pastor facing persecution and threat of execution. Listen here.
Gayle joined host Ernest Istook to discuss the President’s approach to the debt limit and the seemingly limitless reach of government. Listen here.
“Guns make women safer. In a violent confrontation, guns reverse the balance of power. Armed with a gun, a woman may even have the advantage over a violent attacker. More than 90 percent of violent crimes occur without a firearm, according to federal statistics. When a violent criminal threatens or attacks a woman, he rarely uses a gun. Attackers use their size and physical strength, preying on women who are at a severe disadvantage.”
Read my piece here on why safeguarding Second Amendment rights preserves meaningful protection for women.
“The top secret conversations you hold in the privacy of your own mind do not stay confidential forever. These thoughts will eventually be revealed for everyone to see. A dream, a business, or a marriage dies first in the mind.”
Read my interview of bestselling author Tommy Newberry here.