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Abuses Of Government By The Obama Administration

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    ATF needs to just be shut down and go away totally. And Holder with it.

    From the Agency That Brought You Fast & Furious: More ATF Scandals

    From Fast and Furious to Fearless Distribution, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), is under scrutiny again.
    ATF Hit With More Scandals

    An ATF agent and Medford Police investigator search the parking lot near the area where a propane tank bomb was left in front of the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office Wednesday Nov. 13, 2013 in Medford, Ore. An explosive device that police say was designed to destroy an Oregon county prosecutor’s office instead blew out windows in a pre-dawn blast Wednesday that did little other damage and caused no injuries. (AP Photo/The Medford Mail Tribune, Bob Pennell) AP Photo/The Medford Mail Tribune, Bob Pennell

    The sometimes rogue agency is now facing questions about activities for phony stores for stings – including using brain damaged and mentally ill people to be involved in phony weapons deals.
    Watchdog Report - ATF uses rogue tactics in storefront stings across nation

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      Judge Rules Against Presidential Communications Privilege

      United States District Judge for the District of Columbia Ellen Segal Huvelle has ruled against the government in its claim that the Presidential Policy Directive on Global Development was protected from FOIA release pursuant to Exemption 5 and the Presidential Communications Privilege.

      Basically this privilege protects communications going to the President as he makes decisions on policy matters. Judge Huvelle ruled that the document at issue basically provided guidance from the President, not recommendations made to him and therefore the records did not fit within the exemption.

      Politico has more on this case here.

      Hopefully, the White House will read this case and its recently published FOIA plan and find someone to guide government FOIA policy in the way that the act was meant to be implemented -- it is a disclosure law and only if one of the narrow exemptions fit should something be withheld. The government has been going at it backwards for many years and new interpretations and practices that are in the spirit of the actual law need to be put in place.
      The FOIA blog: Judge Rules Against Presidential Communications Privilege

      This decision from a GW Bush appointed federal judge who seems well versed in information privacy matters.
      Ellen Segal Huvelle is a federal judge sitting in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.[1] She has overseen several significant cases. In a case decided in May 2001, Huvelle "upheld federal regulations that restrict the sale of consumers' names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses and phone numbers."[2] Later that year, Huvelle heard requests by family members of Vince Foster seeking access to pictures of his body taken after his death. In November 2005, she accepted the guilty plea in the high-profile prosecution of lobbyist Michael Scanlon.
      . . . .
      Huvelle was appointed by President George Herbert Walker Bush as an Associate Judge of the District of Columbia Superior Court in September 1990 and served in the Civil, Criminal and Family Divisions until her appointment to the federal bench. While serving on that court, she was a lecturer at the University of Virginia School of Law from 1997 to 1999.
      Ellen Segal Huvelle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      From her ruling:
      As to that question, the government appears to adopt the cavalier attitude that the President should be permitted to convey orders throughout the Executive Branch without public oversight (see Gov’t Reply at 11) – to engage in what is in effect governance by “secret law.”12 Such a position conflicts with the very purpose of FOIA, for it is “[w]ithout question” that FOIA is “broadly conceived . . . to permit access to official information long shielded unnecessarily from public view and attempts to create a judicially enforceable public right to secure such information from possibly unwilling official hands.”

      Obama and his administration "appears to adopt the cavalier attitude that the President should be permitted to convey orders throughout the Executive Branch without public oversight – to engage in what is in effect governance by “secret law.”"

      Most transparent administration my ass. More broken promises from this used car sales man.

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        Obama Lifts Insurance Mandate for People With Canceled Policies

        Obama Lifts Insurance Mandate for People With Canceled Policies - Bloomberg

        Another time that the administration has unilaterally changed the law without Congress. Again, laws, even those passed by Democrats, mean nothing to this President.

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          At least Obama is consistent in making up the rules as he goes along.

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            Millions of Americans who had their health plans cancelled will be exempt from the Obamacare individual mandate, the administration said Thursday — a surprise move that comes just before Monday’s deadline to sign up for coverage starting Jan. 1.

            The administration also said people who had their plans cancelled could get a scaled-back catastrophic plan, which has more limited benefits than those included in other Obamacare health plans.
            . . . .
            “This latest rule change could cause significant instability in the marketplace and lead to further confusion and disruption for consumers,” said Karen Ignagni, president of America’s Health Insurance Plans, an industry trade group.

            Republicans who have fought the individual mandate as one of the most hated aspects of the sweeping health law said the change was one more sign of a failed policy.
            White House broadens Obamacare exemptions - Jennifer Haberkorn and Carrie Budoff Brown -

            I'd call this a fine example of when government / liberals / progressives / academic elites:

            • don't listen to the market place
            • don't know the market place
            • don't have experience in the market place
            • make inaccurate assumptions about the market
            • based on bad assumptions, make bad estimates about the market
            • believe that they know what's best for everyone else

            It also is a clear demonstration that the market forces cannot be overcome or suppressed by government edict. The market place will win that confrontation, one way or another.

            Hey academic elites / progressives / liberals! Stop with all this 'knowing' what's best for everyone else already. You really don't, so stop pretending that you do. It's delusional and annoying to the rest of us.

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              It's also against the law. Obama himself reminds us that ACA is the law, just not for him.

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                Judge: DHS delivering young illegals caught at border to illegal immigrant parents

                A case out of Texas has a federal judge asking just which side of the law the Department of Homeland Security is working for.

                United States District Judge for the Southern District of Texas Brownsville Division Andrew S. Hanen rebuked DHS for helping to deliver an illegal immigrant minor — detained at the border with her human smuggler — to her illegal immigrant mother living in Virginia.

                DHS delivering young illegals caught at border to illegal immigrant parents | The Daily Caller

                Now Obama is importing voters.

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                  When the President rewrites the laws

                  “To contend that the obligation imposed on the president to see the laws faithfully executed implies a power to forbid their execution is a novel construction of the Constitution, and is entirely inadmissible.”

                  — US Supreme Court, 1838
                  When the President rewrites the laws | New York Post

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                    Originally posted by OldmanDan View Post
                    When the President rewrites the laws

                    When the President rewrites the laws | New York Post
                    This is really scary when you think about it. If the President can change the obamacare rules ad-hoc, what is the scope of his authority, and what prevents a future president from repealing it -- all outside the bounds of Congress?

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                      Feel better now?

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                        Schumer Calls for Using IRS to Curtail Tea Party Activities

                        Schumer Calls for Using IRS to Curtail Tea Party Activities | Washington Free Beacon

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                          About that modern day government aristocracy...

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                            WRT: The IRS targeting controversy: A timeline

                            If I read this correctly, then from mid-March 2010 to at least mid-June 2012, extra scrutiny was applied to 501(c)4 applications, delaying some seemingly indefinitely and some were requested to provide donor lists. I wonder if those that were significantly delayed or were requested to provide donor lists were solely the conservative ones. Hmm. Nothing on that in this article tho.

                            March 1-17, 2010: IRS agents identify the first 10 "Tea Party cases" applications though not all had "tea party" in their name, according to a draft of The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) appendix. IRS' Determinations Unit had asked for a search of "tea party or similar organizations' applications."

                            October 26, 2010: Determinations Unit personnel emailed concerns about the additional review process for tea party applications to the Technical Unit. This individual follows up in November when response to concern about consistency yields no change.

                            June 15, 2012: Boustany receives a letter from Miller who writes the agency "took steps to coordinate the handling of the case to ensure consistency."
                            Here’s the smoking gun: IRS agents flagged 296 of the 501(c)4 applications, 160 of which were open for more than 1,138 days.
                            May 10, 2013: Lerner admits to and apologizes for additional review of conservative groups' 501(c)4 status applications, though she said high level employees didn't know about the issue -- the inspector general's report refuted this information. While the IRS asked some to provide a donor list, which is against most IRS policy, others never received tax exempt status. Overall, IRS agents flagged 296 of the 501(c)4 applications, 160 of which were open for more than 1,138 days.

                            May 13, 2013: Mr. Obama called IRS targeting "outrageous," in a joint press conference with United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron. He said the IRS will be held accountable if reports are true -- a sentiment Carney reiterated in a May 14 press conference.
                            And yet, to no one’s surprise, no one was held accountable. How perfectly in character and typical for this president and for this administration.

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                              '2016: Obama's America' Filmmaker Indicted for Violating Campaign Finance Laws

                              Dinesh D'Souza is accused of giving too much money to a candidate who sought to replace former New York Sen. Hillary Clinton. Producer Gerald Molen tells The Hollywood Reporter the charges are politically motivated.

                              Molen added: "When American citizens begin to suspect that people are being arrested for alleged minor violations because of their vocal dissent against their elected representatives or rulers, it breeds disrespect and contempt for the law and suspicion of those officials. … If this unfortunate action against Dinesh is intended to deter the release of his upcoming film, America, that effort will fail."
                              '2016: Obama's America' Filmmaker Indicted for Violating Campaign Finance Laws - The Hollywood Reporter

                              The Indictment is the result of a routine review by the FBI of campaign filings with the FEC by various candidates after the 2012 election for United States Senator in New York. Mr. Bharara praised the investigative work of the FBI.
                              Obama critic indicted for campaign-finance fraud, obstruction « Hot Air

                              Straw-donor cases have been brought against prominent individuals from time to time. For example, in 2011, a prominent Los Angeles attorney, Pierce O’Donnell, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of making $20,000 in donations to the presidential campaign of former Sen. John Edwards and reimbursing straw donors.
                              Conservative author and pundit Dinesh D&rsquo;Souza charged in campaign finance case - The Washington Post

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                                IRS Part II?

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