The only way to break the deadlock and proceed with the urgent task of rolling back the Obama agenda is to use three key confrontations to do so:
By administrative order, the EPA is about to impose a carbon tax more draconian than the aborted cap-and-trade legislation. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is reversing the Dana decision, which requires secret ballots in union elections. Having failed to pass the card-check legislation, the board will impose it by a party-line three-to-two vote.
And there is plenty from Obama I that needs changing. Obamacare must be repealed or its funding and implementation blocked. We must move ahead with cuts in domestic discretionary spending and block-grant Medicaid to bring down the budget deficit to about 3 percent of gross domestic product.