Republicans in the US House of Representatives passed a bill to fund the Dept. of Homeland Security, even increasing some funding. By now, if you’re not living in the wild without access to news, you know Democrats in the Senate refuse to even debate the bill.
Gossip-monger media continue to focus on natter, launching ‘gotcha’ questions at potential presidential contenders: Does Wisconsin governor Scott Walker think President Barack Obama is a Christian?
As they say in the twit-sphere, you can’t make this stuff up.
I’ve written about elections, politics, and government for years, and one thing that frustrates me most is legacy media’s refusal to ask hard questions about policy, legislation, executive actions, and administrative level regulations that often circumvent legal legislation.
It is the height of irony when a court case won by the global warmist movement upends another progressive initiative. Such is the case with a ruling on the Department of Homeland Security’s program, Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA).
Although the National Socialist German Workers Party suffered an overwhelming loss in World War II, the political movement has sympathizers today. In modern times, there is perhaps no other regime that so successfully rendered the individual to the level of a speck of dust—the state was all powerful and blind faith in the Nazi regime was akin to a religion. Youth were a major force in the movement.
The battle continues over H.R. 240, the bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives to fund the Department of Homeland Security. Minority leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) lined up Democrat-allied nonprofits in an effort to kill the bill.
Democrats, perhaps feeling the sting of the loss of absolute power, and progressive leaders in the Senate have successfully blocked the bill, even shutting down any debate. It is obvious Democrats do not want Americans to know why they are blocking a bill that is in many ways liberal.