Entries by Joe Miller

Todd Palin endorses Gingrich: Is Sarah next?

Todd Palin isn’t particularly vocal about his politics, so his endorsement of Newt Gingrich today has already prompted speculation that his wife may follow: Todd Palin notes that he hasn’t spoken with the Gingrich campaign at all, and his wife still hasn’t decided whom to support. The Daily Caller’s Matt Lewis thus seizes on the […]

While Governor, Romney retroactively imposed millions in taxes on Granite State residents

Soon after becoming Massachusetts governor, Willard Mitt Romney retroactively imposed new taxes on non-residents, including Granite State citizens who work, conduct business, and/or invest in the Bay State. Romney’s higher taxes reached into New Hampshire and helped vacuum at least $95 million in marginal income back across the border. According to Massachusetts Department of Revenue […]

Another power grab: Obama makes unprecedented “recess” appointments

President Obama used his recess appointment powers Wednesday to name a head for the controversial Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and three new members to the National Labor Relations Board — moves Republican lawmakers said amounted to an unconstitutional power grab. The president acted just a day after the Senate held a session — breaking with […]

U.S. Funds Nearly 50% of U.N.’s Global Warming Panel

A study by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) determined that the United States funded the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the United Nations’ authority on alleged man-made global warming, with $31.1 million since 2001, nearly half of the panel’s annual budget. The GAO also found that this funding information “was not available in budget […]

Obama ready to act without Congressional consent

President Barack Obama is ready to take “small, medium and large” actions without the consent of Congress, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said. Carney on Tuesday explained further Obama’s “We Can’t Wait” strategy of addressing problems without Congress. This would be done through executive orders and other actions Carney said. “We hope to work […]

Gallup: Republican Presidential Race Is Most Volatile Ever

Gallup pollsters marvel that the Republican presidential contest is the most volatile for the GOP since polling began, with four front-runners emerging and changing positions seven times since May in Gallup polling. The phenomenal jockeying rivals only the Democrats in 2003, when six front-runners slipped into, and fell out of, the lead nine times, Gallup […]