Rep. Thaddeus G. McCotter

United States Representative Rep. Thaddeus G. McCotter is chair of the Republican House Policy Committee.

The Slaughter House Rules

 

In watching House Democrats maintain their acme of arrogance, by defying the American people and shredding the U.S. Constitution, the irony of it all staggers:   First, using the “Slaughter House Rules” to skirt a substantive vote and “deem as passed” the Senate’s government-run health care bill would violate constitutionally prescribed procedures for duly passing […]

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President Obama and the Dalai Lama: A Historic Opportunity Squandered

 

President Ronald Reagan successfully led the Greatest Generation’s ultimate triumph, over the transformational challenge posed by the Soviet Union and its strategic threat and rival model of governance, in part because he understood the gravest threats to communism were the free exercise of religion and free and independent labor unions. Free and independent labor unions […]

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Exclusive: Grand Inquisitor Endorses Obama Health Plan

 

WASHINGTON, D.C.— Breaking his half-a-millennium media silence from eternal damnation, Fyodor Dostoevsky’s Grand Inquisitor joined a chorus of presumed conservatives to endorse President Obama’s health care reforms. Resplendently stooped beneath a banner reading “Enslave, But Feed Us!” the Grand Inquisitor commenced with a veiled shot at former President Bush: “The present fate of men may […]

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Department of Homeland Security Advisory

 

In its rush to slur conservatives prior to the Tax Day Tea Party rallies, the Obama administration’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued an “intelligence” assessment entitled Rightwing Extremism [RE]: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment. Here, despite DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano’s announcement to a German reporter that she would […]

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Now, Seize Freedom!

 

Welcome to “Republican Rock Bottom.” Possessed of no vision, no principle, no purpose, and no appeal, we deserved our fate. Now, seize freedom! Finally, we are divorced from self-deceits. Dead is the self-indulgent imbecility of “re-branding” — as if the Republican Party was a corporate product to be repackaged, not a transformational political movement to […]

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