For years, the United States has used drones to track foreign terrorists overseas and catch outlaws along the border. But now, thousands of drones are heading to the homeland. Drones are already used for certain purposes here in the United States, but the FAA will soon dramatically expand the use of drones to operate nationwide by the year 2015. It is estimated, by 2020, 30,000 of them will be flying in American skies. Who and what will all of these new eyes in the sky be looking at? No one really knows. But whether we like it or not, the drones are coming.
To the list of high crimes and misdemeanors for which Barack Hussein Obama should be charged and convicted add the following:
Aiding and abetting in 19 murders and 142 sex crimes which were committed by illegal aliens whom should have been deported but were not because of President Obama’s anti-rule of law stance and obsession with growing the Democrat Party.
With little consternation or lasting opposition, the Obama administration has dramatically usurped congressional power at the expense of popular will and the rule of law. Numerous dastardly bureaucratic coups — motivated by the president’s progressive and political agenda — have amazingly failed to engender a serious response.
What began as a trickle of presidential power-grabs has turned into a cascade of executive roguery. A list of them is worth some review and reflection:
By Tom Tancredo
“John Roberts says impeach Obama now”
Oh, you missed that headline? Let me refresh your memory by summarizing the principle behind the Roberts decision on Obamacare. If we apply the Roberts principle to the impeachment question, then impeachment is not only a good idea, it is a constitutional imperative.
The argument heard most often against impeaching and removing President Obama is the following. Well, yes, we all know Obama deserves to be impeached and removed, but we have elections for that – and, moreover, the election is less than four months away.
But our Supreme Court chief justice disagrees with that line of thought.