Category: Congress

The IT Scandal in the Democrat Party

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Darrell Castle reports on an espionage scandal involving information technology professionals working for several Democrat members of the U.S. Congress.


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Puerto Rico Wants To Be The 51st State

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Darrell Castle talks about Puerto Rico’s desire to become the 51st state and what if anything it brings to the table.


 

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Netanyahu Pleads His Case

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Darrell discusses Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech before a joint session of the US Congress.

Senator Feinstein Versus The CIA and NSA

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Darrell Castle talks about Senator Diane Feinstein, Chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and the committee’s investigation of the CIA/NSA.

King Obama

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Darrell Castle talks about President Obama’s most recent executive orders and makes the case that they have no basis in law and are unconstitutional.

The Real State of the Union – Part III – Education

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Darrell Castle talks about the state of American education as it applies to the “School to Prison Pipeline”.

Impeachment

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Darrell Castle talks about the process of impeachment and how it might be applied to President Obama.

A Breakdown in the Rule of Law

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Darrell Castle talks about President Obama’s order delaying implementation of provisions of Obamacare that led to the cancellation of millions of health care policies.

Who Will Lead The U.S. Empire?

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Darrell Castle talks about the inability of the President and the House Republicans to negotiate raising the debt ceiling.

Lame Duck, or Just Lame?

by Darrell Castle, Constitution Party National Committee Vice-Chairman

abc_constitution_070613_mn“All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.” (United States Constitution, Article I Section 1.).

This section of the Constitution places all legislative or law-making power clearly in the hands of Congress, and therefore denies them the right to transfer that responsibility to the president. In light of the Constitutional responsibilities of Congress, then, let’s take a brief look at not only what this lame duck session has accomplished, but also what has been accomplished in recent years.

The lame duck session passed 3 of the 4 major items on its agenda. The three were the START treaty, the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT), and the “deal” to extend the Bush tax cuts. The only thing they were denied was President Obama’s DREAM Act (AIM: amnesty for illegal minors). Continue reading

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