July 23, 2007

The Lawless Government

Posted by Adam Graham in : Podcast

The Lawless Government

Tonight, we talk about how Congress refuses to defend the franchise (Hat Tip: Doug Ross @ Journal.) from those who would vote illegally or without the right to do so. Why isn’t identification reqired to vote? Speaking of that, New Haven has become a haven for illegal aliens with its plans to issue ID cards to those in this country illegally. The sad case marks a failure by both local and federal governments to enforce the law.

Then we turn our attention to Congress. On the spending front, moderate Republicans prepare to break their word on spending. (Hat Tip: Club for Growth via Bluey Blog)

Then we turn to Congressional Corruption as Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY) tries to build himself an edifice at taxpayer expense with a little help from corporations who would like the favor of the Ways and Means Committee Chairman. (Hat Tip: Club for Growth) Finally, we take a look at the family ties of Senators Ben Nelson (D-NE) and Harry Reid (D-NV) as they try and stop reform in Congress.

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