Sunday, October 23, 2016

Executive Orders

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obama bans

Obama’s time is running out, but if his latest push for executive actions is any indication of how he is going to spend his last year in office, then we better get ready.

Obama is leaving office soon but not soon enough. He can still do a lot of damage to freedom in the time he has left so we decided to put together a list of the 28 Things That You Need To Buy Before Obama Bans Them.

Stock up on these awesome American freedoms before Obama bans them!


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House Speaker John Boehner just threw in the towel on amnesty.

On Tuesday, in a 257-167 vote, the House of Representatives passed a controversial “clean” funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security, agreeing to continue to fund DHS through the end of the fiscal year without overturning Obama’s amnesty policies–losing what has been, in recent weeks, a key bargaining chip.

Boehner blamed the controversial law passing the House squarely on Republicans in the Senate–who “never found a way to win this fight” on the floor of the Senate–and on House Minority Leader, Nancy Pelosi, who could have forced a vote on this bill after a Senate filibuster, due to a little-known House rule.

But while Boehner stressed that he was “outraged and frustrated. . . at the lawless and unconstitutional actions of this president,” he also admitted that passing a clean bill was “the right [decision] for our country.”

By failing to defund Obama’s amnesty policies, last year’s controversial executive order will continue to give unprecedented legalization to as many as 5 million illegal aliens–and open the door for increased illegal immigration as well.

With Congress refusing to take a firm stance against amnesty, the decision will ultimately be decided by federal courts. A Texas federal court, last month, ruled that Obama’s executive order was unconstitutional–but, with that ruling appealed, the fight over amnesty remains far from over.

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Obama Gender Identity

In July of 2014, President Obama signed an executive order requiring federal contractors to assign “protected categories” within their private companies, to prevent discrimination against individuals based upon Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity.

Last week, the Department of Labor passed their “Final Rule” on the executive order, EO 13672, meaning the requirements will take effect within 120 days.

The new requirements affect half a million private companies in the United States that represent 42% of the civilian workforce according to the Family Research Council (FRC).

FRC, along with many other conservative and pro-business organizations are protesting the executive action by President Obama as they say it creates a $50 million compliance burden on these private companies.

Additionally, the regulations are imposed when no proof of widespread discrimination have been provided by the government.

Given the LGBTQ community represents only, at best, 3.8% of the population, the rules that will impact 42% of the civilian workforce seem unnecessary.

Obama’s executive order also provides no religious exemption for employers who must now hire and employ everyone from cross dressers to transgender employees in conflict with their religious beliefs.

The new rules also create significant issues with what used to be simple solutions to restrooms and dressing rooms. Rather than separating facilities based upon biological gender, private employers will now have to come up with creative ways to accommodate basic facilities by dividing them along individual sexual preferences.



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