In bonkers rant about appointments, he completely forgets that the GOP controls the Senate, and threatens action against Congress for not allowing him recess appointments.
Charlie Krauthammer puts on his super crazy kaleidoscope eyes and says if a Republican had "abused the Constitution" President Obama has, they would have been impeached.
The issue of recess appointments receded in importance after the Senate's Democratic majority made it harder for Republicans to block confirmation of most Obama appointees.
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) The press is supposed to confront and challenge politicians, to fact check, to provide a service to their viewership to be informed. Which is why I'm less upset at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell publicly
It appears Republican's obstruction and their obvious interest in only looking out for the wealthiest in America has gotten so blatant that even Fox's Chris Wallace is calling them out on it. Here he is on Fox News Sunday giving RNC Chairman Reince
Comedy Central's Jon Stewart slammed Republicans for their feigned outrage over the recess appointment of Richard Cordray to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. If President Obama was going to take up a legal challenge as to whether the
A Fox News legal analyst asserted on Thursday that President Barack Obama became a "vigilante" by making recess appointments this week. The White House announced on Wednesday that the president would be appointing former Ohio Attorney General
They're such sweethearts, aren't they? They'll do just about anything to keep Elizabeth Warren from heading the new consumer bureau: The Senate will stay in pro forma session next week after failing to agree Thursday to adjourn for its
On the eve of the opening of the Supreme Court in 1956, questions and controversy surrounded the 11th hour recess appointment by President Eisenhower of William Joseph Brennan to replace retiring Justice Sherman Minton. A panel of judicial scholars weighs the pros and cons of the move in this New World broadcast of September 30, 1956.
Mr. Waterloo himself Jim DeMint apparently thinks that if you dare to represent labor unions as an attorney, that makes you a "radical" but if you're
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