The Case for Impeachment

A Joe Biden presidency would be a win for all

In a Breitbart EXCLUSIVE, Sarah Palin drops the truth bomb we’ve all been waiting for:

It’s time to impeach [President Obama]; and on behalf of American workers and legal immigrants of all backgrounds, we should vehemently oppose any politician on the left or right who would hesitate in voting for articles of impeachment.

The many impeachable offenses of Barack Obama can no longer be ignored. If after all this he’s not impeachable, then no one is.

This is a great idea for several reasons, and should appeal to Americans of all political stripes. In fact, it’s basically a no-lose proposition for everyone involved. Here’s why:

EXCLUSIVE: Joe Biden Wields Military-Style Assault Weapon in a Crowd of Children

biden gun

Vice President Joe Biden wielded a military-style assault weapon (of war) in front of a group of children, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.

The following image, obtained exclusively by the Free Beacon, shows Biden wielded what appears to be bright yellow object resembling an “assault weapon.” The photo was taken at the vice president’s annual summer kick-off party at the Naval Observatory. It is unclear if the weapon is loaded.

Joe Biden Joins Exclusive Country Club

Looking more presidential by the day
Inevitable? (AP)

Hillary Clinton’s disastrous book tour/campaign rollout has been great news for Joe Biden, the presumptive frontrunner for the Democratic nomination in 2016.

The News Journal reports that Biden is beefing up his presidential bona fides by joining the exclusive Wilmington Country Club in Delaware.

Talks Between Dominican Republic Party Leader, Joe Biden Raise Questions

Critics question U.S. commitment to democracy in the Caribbean
US Vice President Joe Biden / AP

Vice President Joe Biden and a top State Department official in recent months talked with a Dominican Republic party leader accused of accepting bribes from a prominent drug trafficker and facilitating one-party rule on the island, raising questions about the U.S. commitment to promoting democracy in the Caribbean and combating the illicit drug trade, critics say.