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Obama's Vacation Like Royalty

Obama family spends over $85 Million on vacations According to a Freedom of Information Act request filed by Judicial Watch, over the past eight years, President Barack Obama and his family have spent more than $10 million a year for travel and vacations, totaling in excess of $85 million — and the number is still growing.

Judicial Watch has been tracking the president’s travel spending for several years and just disclosed, based on bills it received this week, that the first family spent almost $5 million in taxpayer money for their annual Christmas vacation to Hawaii last year.

California Now Regulating Cow Farts

California goes crazy over cow farts

Once again, California has proven that it is truly the land of the crazies. The state government has how turned its attention to dairy cow derrieres, and the gasses that these bovines's backsides emit.

According to Fox 5 in New York, California Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation into law that will limit the methane gas rising from farms created by the cows belching, farting, and manure. Yes, you read that right.

A Case For the 10th Amendment

The 10th Amendment is being raped Our Constitution is very clear about who makes the laws. Article 1 says: “All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress.” Seems pretty clear to me. Yet, by misinterpreting or ignoring that clause, our federal government has become a government that is now run by administrators under the executive branch through dozens of agencies.

Now, our Constitution provides a government of checks and balances to protect citizens against tyranny. The problem is that these agencies are not subject to those checks and balances and they care nothing about our liberty - only their own turf.

More Problems with the Democrat's Pet Program

More problems with Obamacare And there is more bad news for Obamacare, that premier program that Obama and Hillary love. It involves the latest annual report from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that reveals a “staggering” increase in the cost for Medicaid expansion enrollees.

Brian Blasé, a senior research fellow at George Mason University, wrote about the latest problem in a recent issue of Forbes magazine. “Specifically, HHS found that the ACA’s Medicaid expansion enrollees cost an average of $6,366 in FY 2015—49% higher than the $4,281 amount that the agency projected in last year’s report.”

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