The Hidden Government
You Must Know About
They enjoy wide-ranging bureaucratic authority beyond the purview of Congress, earn six-figure salaries, and exhibit political views that reflect a distinct tilt to the left.
They're called President Obama's "czars," special advisers with sweeping powers, and Obama has gone far beyond his predecessors in naming nearly 40 of them to high-level positions.
From health reform czar, border czar, counterterrorism czar, urban czar, and global-warming czar to faith-based czar, domestic violence czar, stimulus accountability czar, Eurasian energy czar, Great Lakes czar, and safe-schools czar, they almost all have several things in common: They were never elected, they were never confirmed by the Senate, and the have immense power over our government and our lives.
When green jobs czar Van Jones resigned amid controversy over past inflammatory statements, Newsmax opened a special investigation to find out who are Obama's czars and what their real agenda is.
Newsmax magazine's special report "Obama's Czars" takes an in-depth look at Obama's army of advisers, who seem to some critics part of an audacious end-run around congressional authority.
Do these appointed czars threaten our democracy?
This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- The real reason Obama relies on czars
- Rep. Boehner: Empowering czars is "a subversion of the Constitution"
- How the Van Jones debacle played out in Washington
- The talk-show host called Jones' "chief tormentor"
- Glenn Beck's role in exposing czar power
- Dossiers of the czars: their official title — and salary
- The "czar wars" between Democrats and Republicans
- The diversity czar who threatens Rush Limbaugh and talk radio
- Why the administration eschews the term "czar"
- The appointee who has defended compulsory abortion
- Rep. Kingston: Czars form a "shadow government"
- Science czar Holdren's apocalyptic predictions
- The new White House strategy: the George Soros connection
- The campaign quote that backfired on Obama
- Why czars are a "taxpayer-waste" problem
- Thomas Sowell: Officials reject American values
- The czar Glenn Beck calls "the most dangerous out there"
- Climate czar Browner's link to Socialist International
- The Czar Accountability Act calls for Senate confirmation
- The adviser Obama "will never say no to"
- A border czar could trigger turf wars
- Six czars who muscle in on Hillary's territory
- The legal challenge to presidential czars
- Urban czar Carrion's alleged pay-to-play politics
- Next up: A czar of czars?
- And more
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- Fish diet may increase diabetes risk
- Dan Rather calls Obama a failed leader
- Conservatives outnumber liberals by 2-to-1
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- Persian Gulf picked for America's Cup yacht race
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