The House has a chance to advance an 80-10 issue that’s anti-Obamacare, anti-cronyism, and pro-rule-of-law.

Rule of Law

The most powerful branch of government should not go running to the weakest branch when its powers are usurped by a lawless executive; rather, it should respect doctrines of standing, not try to transform the Court into a resolver of political controversies in the absence of proper cases, and use its own powers to defend its turf.

Real Healthcare Reform

Under a winning alternative, costs would drop, liberty would be secured, and any American who wants to buy health insurance would be able to do so.

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Be Alarmed . . . Be Very Alarmed

Our rash defense cuts may cost us more in the long run, writes a distinguished congressionally appointed panel, as “each service is experiencing degradations in so many areas at once…at a time of growing security challenges”—and “the longer readiness is allowed to deteriorate, the more money will be required to restore it.”

Social Fabric

Comparing Alcohol and Marijuana: Seriously

The New York Times and other advocates of marijuana legalization are peddling fictional claims about addiction while ignoring the clear warnings of current science, which shows that pot-smoking actually changes the brains of users—especially young users—in a way that alcohol does not.

Rule of Law

Legalization by Edict

If President Obama unilaterally and lawlessly grants amnesty and work permits for 5-6 million illegal immigrants, it “could well be the most extreme act of executive overreach ever attempted by an American president in peacetime.”

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