Saturday, January 31, 2015

Featured American Daily Review Radio Launches 2016 Presidential Campaign Season

Hosts JASmius and Douglas V. Gibbs on American Daily Review at Noon Pacific, the dynamic duo of conservative talk radio, brings you the pre-game show, the tailgate party, and the "real" blast of conservative commentary through the lens of the U.S. Constitution on today's online radio menu that nobody else in the industry is capable of delivering, nor has the computer prowess to handle. . .

Once again, the list of Big Stories is huge, the list of links is massive, and the discussion regarding the United States Constitution will be even stronger during today's broadcast.

We live in interesting times.

Join JASmius and Douglas V. Gibbs on American Daily Review at Noon Pacific for today's rundown of the stories that matter most to you. . .

AllStar Collision Big Stories of the Week, January 31, 2015

Constitution Corner:

Obama’s Oath of Office

-- George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley has said that the framers of the Constitution would be shocked by how much power has gravitated to the president.

-- Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) said Thursday that President Barack Obama’s executive action plan for illegal immigrants was unconstitutional and therefore Congress must not confirm Obama’s attorney general nominee who is committed to executing that “illegal and unconstitutional” policy.

-- Will Lynch, in the name of the Executive Branch, faithfully execute the existing laws on the books?  Or participate with Obama’s constitutional overreach?

Judge Roy Moore Issues Constitutional Challenge to Gay Marriage Advocates

-- The U.S. Constitution gives no jurisdiction whatsoever to any branch of the federal government to dictate marriage policy to the states. That's the argument Roy Moore is making – and he's on solid constitutional grounds in doing so.

Chief Justice Roy Moore of the Alabama Supreme Court has taken a stand against judicial tyranny on the matter of natural marriage. And strikingly and importantly, he has called on the governor of Alabama to do the same.

Last Friday, another judicial activist, U.S. District Judge Callie Granade, overturned Alabama's marriage amendment, which was passed in 2006 by a staggering 81 percent of voters. (The judge has stayed her own ruling for two weeks.)

Justice Moore says he will not recognize the federal court ruling, and he is calling on Gov. Robert Bentley to do the same. And the beauty of it is that he is doing it all on solid constitutional grounds.

Additional Reading:

- A quick Mention: 

18. The Flu

17. The Measles

16. Mob-Rule

15. Mexican Peso and Brazilian Real Collapsing (Mexico Paying Citizens to Stay in the U.S.)

14. Americans Reject Amnesty

13. Misery of Socialism in Venezuela

12. War in Ukraine Remains

- Big Stories:

11. California’s Drivers Licenses for Illegals Law Just Got More Illegal

10. Islam’s March

9. Where Republicans Stand Regarding Islam

8. Where Democrats Stand Regarding Islam (and Christianity)

7. Where Democrats Stand Regarding Israel

-------- Here’s the Liberal Left’s Opinion about Congress’ Invitation to Netanyahu . . . (Even Fox News is outraged at Boehner and Netanyahu's plan to undermine Obama)

6. Where Muslims Stand Regarding America

5. Where Americans Stand Regarding Islam

4. The High Cost of the Obama Presidency

3. Pentagon Tapes Reveal Democrat’s Intentions Regarding Benghazi, Libya, Gadhafi

-- (I’ve been saying, Hillary Clinton will not be the Democrat Party nominee in 2016)

2. 2016 Presidential Race Earthquakes

-- the Things Scott Walker Launched

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1. Keystone Pipeline Passes Both Houses of Congress

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