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Jobs and the Economy

There's An Economic Boom Lurking Once President Obama's 2nd Term Ends
By Peter Ferrara
July 28, 2013

The magician’s trick is deception, based on misdirection and distraction. He draws your attention over here, while he is carrying out the trick over there. President Obama’s economic policy speech last week at Knox College in Galesville, Ill. was a classic case of such misdirection, distraction, and deception.

He talked a lot about championing the middle class, a ploy he learned from Saul Alinsky, while all his policies have been trashing the middle class. He talked a lot about economic growth, while all his policies have been trashing economic growth. That is because the trick he is carrying out is to deceive you into supporting an Americanized version of his leftist ideology, which inherently trashes economic growth and the middle class.

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Court rules against unconstitutional recess appointments … again
By George Landrith
Frontiers of Freedom
July 18, 2013

A third federal appeals court ruled that President Obama’s recess appointments of three National Labor Relations Board members was unconstitutional.

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals joined federal appeals courts in the District of Columbia and Philadelphia in ruling that the Senate wasn’t really in recess when Obama filled vacancies on the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) during an extended holiday break in January 2012.

On Jan. 4, 2012, President Obama appointed Deputy Labor Secretary Sharon Block, union lawyer Richard Griffin and National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) counsel Terence Flynn to fill vacancies on the five-member NLRB, which referees labor-management disputes and oversees union elections. At that time, Obama claimed he was making “recess appointments.” However, since the Senate was not in recess, that claim was disingenuous and unconstitutional as it removed the normal checks and balances on presidential appointments.

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Voter Fraud and the Obama’s War on Voter ID Laws

Holder Declares War on Texas, Ignores Supreme Court Ruling
By Ken Klukowski
July 25, 2013

Attorney General Eric Holder has launched a war against Texas, and in doing so is defying the Supreme Court of the United States. The imminent judicial beat-down of Holder highlights that this case is not about the rule of law and instead abuses the federal courts for political purposes to rile up the far left and demonize Republicans.

The Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA) was enacted pursuant to the Constitution’s Fifteenth Amendment, making it illegal to deny someone’s voting rights due to race. Under VRA Section 2, if any government official violates your voting rights anywhere in the country, you can sue in federal court.

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Eric Holder Must Stop Messing With Texas
By Peter Roff
July 26, 2013
US News and World Report

Remember how, in one State of the Union address President Barack Obama not only criticized but misstated the impact of the court's ruling in the Citizens United case that found that corporations have the right to free speech under the First Amendment that individuals have historically enjoyed? At his direction, the Congress tried, and failed, to enact legislation that would have the effect of overturning the court's findings in that case, a tactic that would have been unheard of even five years earlier.

Now Eric Holder, the most partisan attorney general to hold office in decades, has announced that the Department of Justice will try to outmaneuver the court to bring back the "preclearance" process the Supreme Court has just declared unconstitutional.

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