Recently, I was joined via Skype by Andrew McCarthy. McCarthy is a National Review columnist and the author of the new book Faithless Execution: Building the Political Case for Obama's Impeachment.
McCarthy didn't hold back and laid out his case as to why impeachment is only option when it comes to reigning in a lawless president. In the case of President Barack Obama, McCarthy's book lists seven separate offensives he believes warrant impeachment.
He goes on to call Rep. John Boehner's (R-Ohio) lawsuit to stop the president's lawlessness "a silly idea" because a federal court needs the president's support to enforce its decisions:
"The federal courts have no power to enforce their authority. When a federal court renders a judgment, it depends on the executive branch to enforce the judgment. So, the federal courts can't stop Pres. Obama from doing anything."