Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Coming to America - I BEG YOU TO JUST WATCH THIS VIDEO TODAY - ALL OF IT!; Severability; EPA Matters
Watching what has happened in Paris is very educational.  After watching, you will understand why our government is now cautioning Americans about travel to Europe, among other things.
Future postings will develop your understanding of the Muslim Brotherhood, Sharia Law and the dangers America faces.
Just how topical is the above subject? The Vancouver Sun reveals: Al-Qaida is on the verge of producing radioactive weapons after sourcing nuclear material and recruiting rogue scientists to build "dirty" bombs, according to leaked diplomatic documents.
A leading atomic regulator has privately warned that the world stands on the brink of a "nuclear 9/11".
Security briefings suggest that jihadi groups are also close to producing "workable and efficient" biological and chemical weapons that could kill thousands if unleashed in attacks on the West.
Security officials are warning the leaders of major Wall Street banks that al Qaeda terrorists in Yemen may be trying to plan attacks against those financial institutions or their leading executives. The latest "Inspire" issue also made reference to trying to use Anthrax in an attack, officials said.
The Wall St. Journal reveals: In his 78-page ruling, Judge Vinson wrote that the entire [health care] law must be voided because the individual insurance mandate is "not severable" from the rest of the law. Some laws contain what's known as a severability clause that says the rest of the law stands should a judge strike down a piece of it. But Democrats left it out. [They left it out so that the CBO numbers could show a cost savings, it has been explained.]
The judge said he didn't believe an injunction to stop the health overhaul was appropriate, because it is generally understood that the executive branch will obey a federal court. The government, however, doesn't believe the ruling requires it to stop implementing the overhaul.
Judge Vinson rejected that view. Under the Obama administration's logic, he wrote, "Congress could require that everyone above a certain income threshold buy a General Motors automobile—now partially government-owned—because those who do not buy GM cars (or those who buy foreign cars) are adversely impacting commerce and a taxpayer-subsidized business."
Judge Vinson ruled in favor of the Obama administration on a secondary part of the suit, saying that the law's expansion of the Medicaid federal-state insurance program for the poor doesn't violate the Constitution.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell will force an up-or-down vote on the repeal of healthcare reform on Wednesday, testing the unity of Democrats who had promised the rollback would never see the light of day in their chamber.
McConnell (R-Ky.) told colleagues during a lunch meeting on Tuesday that he would offer healthcare reform repeal as an amendment to legislation on the Senate floor.
In a statement, McConnell said the repeal vote gives Democrats a chance to “reevaluate” their support for the controversial healthcare law, which a federal judge in Florida struck down as unconstitutional on Monday.

Just this week Michigan Country Lines  wrote: even if Congress grants a reprieve on greenhouse gas regulations, red tape from the other EPA rulemaking  efforts will trigger higher electric bills.  Co-ops expect EPA's rulemaking will eventually have the practical effect of eliminating coal as a power plant option. [As Barack Obama actually said, " So if somebody wants to build a coal plant, they can.  It's just that it will bankrupt them because they are going to be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that is being emitted."] Country Lines finished with: We are expecting a number of power plants to simply be retired.  The cost to comply....will simply be too much.
In a sharp challenge to the Obama administration, House Republicans intend to unveil legislation Wednesday to ban the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act and expect to advance the bill quickly, officials disclosed Tuesday night.
The officials said the bill would nullify all of the steps the EPA has taken to date on the issue, including a threshold finding that greenhouse gases constitute a danger to the public health and welfare.


  1. The situation in Paris is very real and very scary! The balance of citizens in any country need to stand up against this sort of thing or they will deserve the fate an unchecked Muslim assault will produce....What awful people they are!

  2. I sure hope the Congress can put a stop to the EPA crap...the price for consumers would break our backs, and most of the crap they are proposing is untested, more expensive, with more unintended consequences than staying the course, and OPENING USA RESOURCES for energy (oil, gas, coal).