Despite this unbridled growth of the federal behemoth, the one most imperative responsibility of the federal government – that of providing for the common defense - has been abrogated. Obama's desire to flood our nation with 250,000 Syrian refugees isn't just a misguided policy – it's a recipe for a disaster of epic proportions. Obama, along with his fellow travelers on both the left and the right who support open borders/amnesty have already caused this "transformation" to change the very makeup and culture of the United States to the point that – as Breitbart news said in a recent headline, the "Majority of Americans Feel Like 'Stranger in Own Country'".
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"There is a sense of fear in the streets, the Belgians understand that they too are targets of terror. Jews now pray in their homes [as opposed to at synagogues] and some of them are planning on emigrating," Gigi said.
He explained, "Since Shabbat the city has been paralyzed. The synagogues were closed, something which has not happened since World War Two.
Despite all that, Trump has led the RealClearPolitics (RCP) polling average in a virtually unbroken spell for four months. The only person to briefly wrest the lead away from him, Dr. Ben Carson, appears to be fading. And numerous polls show Trump drawing double the support of his closest establishment-friendly rival, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.)
On a warm winter morning in early February, a series of grainy video images from a Libyan beach stunned an entire Egyptian village and devastated dozens of impoverished families.
The eerie images showed a line of towering, black-clad men gripping a line of 21 prisoners in the bright orange jumpsuits now the trademark execution garb for Islamic State captives.
"The regulations span the full scope of American life, ranging from labeling requirements for pet food, new test procedures for battery chargers, mandated paid sick leave for contractors, and automatic speed limiters for trucks to a dozen new rules limiting energy use (and increasing the price) of everything from furnaces and dishwashers to dehumidifiers."
To understand God's plan for the world, it is vital to understand what, at first, may seem like a dry subject - covenants. In the Bible, God makes two kinds of covenants with human beings - conditional and unconditional. A conditional covenant is predicated on God saying to man, "If you will." An unconditional covenant is predicated on God saying to man, "I will."
The UN General Assembly adopted six resolutions against Israel in a single day on Tuesday, the NGO UN Watch reported, including a resolution calling for the return of the Golan Heights – together with its current inhabitants –to Syria.
No resolutions were passed condemning China, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, ISIS, or any other country that regularly violates human rights.
One does not need to be a rocket scientist or even a brain surgeon to realize that the national security of the United States has been severely if not terminally damaged over the last six and one half years.
The Muslim in the White House is unapologetic for allowing Islamic terrorists and the terrorist state of the Islamic Republic of Iran to gain enormous strength.
All the damage the Clintons did to national security in the '90s by getting in bed with the Communist Chinese pales in comparison with the damage the "Mullah in Chief" has done and continues to do.
White House warns of 'enforcement action' for defiance
The White House sent out a stern warning to states about the refugee battle, saying governors don't have the power to block the federal government from resettling the migrants and attempts to do so could lead to punitive action.