John Boehner at CNN on why he's suing the president. The House of Representatives is drawing up legislation that would allow the body to sue the president for "changing and creating his own laws, and excusing himself from enforcing statutes he is sworn to uphold." The Speaker of the House argues that President Obama has "consistently overstepped his authority" and must be reined in through checks and balances. "In the end, the Constitution makes it clear that the President's job is to faithfully execute the laws. And, in my view, the President has not faithfully executed the laws when it comes to a range of issues, including his health care law, energy regulations, foreign policy and education."
Kelly Williams Brown at The Daily Beast on the mythical "Beyoncé Voter." Fox News analyst Jesse Watters recently coined the term "Beyoncé Voter" to describe single women who depend on government because they’re not depending on their husbands.” Brown unleashes (sarcastically) the Dark Truth about Watters' nightmare voting cohort: "We are a monolithic block, each and every one dedicated to premarital sex, hedonism, socialism, white wine, and tweeting about misogyny [...] We make all decisions based on our wicked uteruses. You see, some uteri are virtuous and true. They perform as God made them to, diligently pumping out future patriots at 13-month intervals. Other uteri, tainted by low, regular doses of progesterone and/or witchcraft, become evil. They wander about our bodies, wrap themselves around our brains, making us… oh, what’s that word? For a super unreasonable woman, upset about nothing? Ah, yes, hysterical."