The Lawless Presidency — on The Glazov Gang

Barack-ObamaThis week’s Glazov Gang was joined by Ann-Marie Murrell, the National Director of, Tommi Trudeau, the Producer of Groovy Foods, and Nonie Darwish, the author of The Devil We Don’t Know.

The Gang gathered to discuss The Lawless Presidency. The dialogue occurred in Part II (starting at the 16:15 mark) and focused on when (if ever) Congress will hold Obama accountable for his usurpation of power. The discussion was preceded by a focus on A Day in the Life of Trying to Sign Up for ObamaCare, in which Tommi Trudeau shared his harrowing odyssey in the eerie world of the “Affordable Care Act.

In Part I, the Gang discussed The Islamic Grinch Who Stole the Olympics, gauging why the Olympics strike at the heart of Islamic ideology — and why jihadists yearn to annihilate them. The segment also dealt with Jihad Migrating to Red States With Obama’s Blessings, analyzing why the president is easing immigration requirements for those linked to terror. 

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  • laser1

    Can I say that Nonie Darwish is right to say the Islamists are envious of other religions and people that don’t believe the way they do. It is a jealous rage that is upon the Islamic nations and the end result is murder. For if a Muslim can’t leave their own religion without be persecuted then no one else can enjoy that freedom either. Then they become the judge and jury for the unbeliever to hide their own unrighteousness. So they deceive themselves into thinking they are doing the right thing. It takes courage to step away from the Muslim religion for fear of persecution or death.

    • D. Brown

      Yes it takes courage, but also they need a good reason to leave. But few think in terms of what is the truth, rather they live in the culture and just accept it. For those that take it serious, they have to ignore the inconsistencies and brutality by looking for something mystical and good about Islam. The religion lacks depth and is ritualistic. It definitely feeds the human tendency for pride and the need for dominance.

    • CrossWinds

      Your right. It’s a lot about envy…….
      Ezekiel 35:11-13………

      11 Therefore, as surely as I live, says the Sovereign Lord, I will pay back your angry deeds with my own. I will punish you for all your acts of anger, envy, and hatred. And I will make myself known to Israel by what I do to you. 12 Then you will know that I, the Lord, have heard every contemptuous word you spoke against the mountains of Israel. For you said, ‘They are desolate; they have been given to us as food to eat!’ 13 In saying that, you boasted proudly against me, and I have heard it all!

  • gawxxx

    islam is a plague that needs to be exterminated , plain and simple ,

  • Vigilant2

    We need to track these jihadis, perhaps in a GPS data base, accessible on the web.

    • poetcomic1

      “These Jihadis” are quite simply religious Muslims. Jihad terror against non-Muslims is central to the whole ‘religion’.

      • Mo86

        Exactly right.

        The problem is everyone is terrified to say that.

  • sendtheclunkerbacktochicago

    Someone at the Glazov Gang should call in the retired and Trey Gowdy to discuss what Benghazi was really all about. Here is what the Admiral believes happen. If a man is willing to use a forged birth certificate, a forged selective service card and a fraudulent SS# to usurp the office of the POTUS, this Admiral’s deduction can be spot on.

  • John Davidson

    The law of past precedence should never be allowed to usurp the basic principles our legal system was founded upon.