After refusing on Tuesday to provide Darrell Issa with the promised winnowed-down-by-Boehner-to-1,300 requested emails, Holder asked Obama Wednesday to approve Executive Privilege to end his provision to Congress of any and all additional materials that could harm him and Obama. Suffice it to say, Obama immediately signed off on it and issued yet another infamous ObamaFiat. Judge Andrew Napolitano advised that this action by Obama is illegal, as Executive Privilege applies only to Presidential correspondences.
The Obama Record
The Obama Record: The most frightening aspect of this president may not be his radical ideology but his rank dishonesty in selling that ideology. Now he’s been caught lying about family racism.
In “Dreams from My Father,” his 1995 memoir, Obama used the story of his paternal grandfather’s imprisonment and torture at the hands of British colonists in Kenya as an example of white cruelty. He claimed Hussein Onyango Obama was unjustly detained for six months before being released a crippled, lice-ridden “old man.”
In fact, none of it is true, according to Washington Post editor and biographer David Maraniss, who traveled to Kenya to investigate the tale. His grandfather was not detained or beaten by his “white rulers,” as Obama, writing as a 34-year-old lawyer, claimed.
During his Wednesday morning radio broadcast, Glenn Beck juxtaposed two different stories that have made recent headlines — each of which clearly illustrate the difference between how the Left and the Right view the world, and America in particular.
The first example, featured on The Blaze, detailed how first through fifth grade New York City school students were heckled while singing “God Bless the U.S.A.“ by adults who shouted ”burn in hell!” The second example Beck delved into happened in Oakland, California, where people held an American flag burning while singing “America, F—k you.”
Beck then walked listeners through American history as it relates to the way each side of the political spectrum conduct themselves today: