Truth is stranger than fiction.  Forget Kevin Spacey's President Underwood on Netflix.  President Obama is the one who has all the power.  Can he be stopped?  
Do you remember the promises of hope and change six years ago?  We've now witnessed the results.  Obama Care, the IRS Scandal, NSA Snooping, Benghazi, are just a few of the accomplishments of the Obama White House.  Let's not forget the disaster that has become the Middle East with the growth of ISIS or ISIL and Al Qaeda.

And just when you thought it couldn't get worse.  Whoops, I forgot to mention U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen ruling against Obama's amnesty program.   And just when you thought the only item left for a presidential power grab was the Boulder-White Clouds, we have the new big two.  Two entirely different rulings that will drastically impact the lives of every American.
Thursday the Federal Communications Commission ruled three to two that the Internet is now a public utility.  Net Neutrality creates a department of the internet.  New taxes will be levied for simply logging on or watching streaming video.  The administration says this is a good thing.  That private companies can't be trusted.  Remember this is the same crew that promised 'if you like your doctor, you can keep him.'  Let's hope that the same private companies will sue to avoid the FCC's nightmare scenario.
The President has been the best gun salesman since he took the oath of office.  Perhaps the frustration with the lack of gun control legislation is the reason the president plans to ban ammunition for the AR15.  The Washington Examiner reports that the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms will ask for the ban.  The proposal has led to a huge run on the popular ammunition across the country.  The NRA and others have vowed to change the course of the executive action.
Notice, which just like the fictional Underwood the real President seeks to manipulate the public instead of working through the constitutional process.  The difference is that we can always turn off Netflix.  We can't turn off the real White House.