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April 16, 2015
BILL FEDERER — On April 16, 1859, French historian Alexis de Tocqueville died. After nine months of traveling the United States, he wrote "Democracy in America" in 1835, which has been described as "the most comprehensive ... analysis of character and society in America ever written."... (more)

April 16, 2015
WORLDNETDAILY — One month after television and radio personality Glenn Beck convinced the National Rifle Association to launch an investigation into charges tax activist and NRA board member Grover Norquist is a secret sympathizer and promoter of radical jihadist agents associated with the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States, Norquist has "voluntarily suspended" himself from board activities.... (more)

April 16, 2015
BOB UNRUH — Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's insistence that his severe facial injuries, including blindness in one eye, were caused by a broken band on an exercise machine doesn't add up, declared talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh on Wednesday... (more)

April 15, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — President Obama ended months of stonewalling and agreed Tuesday that he would sign legislation allowing lawmakers to review any nuclear deal with Iran, after Democrats and Republicans on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee banded together to unanimously approve compromise language.... (more)

April 15, 2015
JOSEPH FARAH — "When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory: And before him shall be gathered all nations: and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep from the goats:"... (more)

April 15, 2015
JUDICIAL WATCH — ISIS is operating a camp just a few miles from El Paso, Texas, according to Judicial Watch sources that include a Mexican Army field grade officer and a Mexican Federal Police Inspector.... (more)

April 15, 2015
NEWSMAX — The left-of-center media hold Democrats to a less-strict standard than they demand of Republicans, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Judith Miller says.... (more)

April 15, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Three months after they voted against John Boehner's third term as speaker, two Republicans have been removed from a key committee in retaliation for their dissent.... (more)

April 15, 2015
BRENT BOZELL — Last November, Americans sent a stern message to President Obama and the Democrats when they delivered Congress to the Republicans. That's because Republicans made a lot of promises to them in the last election. Those commitments were instrumental to their victory; they were actions Americans were demanding and Republicans were vowing to deliver.... (more)

April 15, 2015
YAHOO NEWS — The European Union will accuse Google Inc on Wednesday of abusing its dominant position in Internet searches, opening the U.S. tech company up to a risk of massive fines and enforced changes in its business model, the Financial Times and Wall Street Journal said on Tuesday.... (more)

April 14, 2015
NEWSMAX — Negotiations with Iran and the perception of American weakness are accelerating the risk of a nuclear weapons race in the Middle East, not reducing it, says former ambassador John Bolton.... (more)

April 14, 2015
JEROME R. CORSI — Critics of the Obama administration's diplomatic clash with Israel and tilt toward Iran, resulting in a nuclear "framework agreement" to be finalized by the end of June, have pointed to the influence of top White House adviser Valerie Jarrett, who was born in Iran.... (more)

April 14, 2015
NEWSMAX — Next Sunday marks the 20th anniversary of one of the most horrific crimes in U.S. history: the Oklahoma City bombing. On April 19, 1995, a disgruntled military veteran named Timothy McVeigh drove a rental truck packed with explosives into downtown Oklahoma City and detonated it in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building at 9:02 a.m. Central time.... (more)

April 13, 2015
ALAN KEYES — In an article published earlier this week, I discuss U.S. House Speaker John Boehner's incredibly late awakening to "the boldness of the Iranians." I highlight the fact that this "belated recognition of 'the boldness of the Iranians' is not accompanied by an honest acknowledgment of the boldness of Obama's treasonous betrayals of the constitutional self-government of the American people"... (more)

April 13, 2015
CLIFF KINCAID — With media coverage slanted in favor of gay marriage by a five-to-one ratio, it's unlikely that the legal documents being filed before the Supreme Court in favor of a traditional one man and one woman marriage will ever be covered in an objective fashion.... (more)

April 13, 2015
JOE KOVACS — On the eve of Hillary Clinton's presidential announcement, NBC's "Saturday Night Live" spoofed the former first lady in a skit focusing on her final preparations. Hillary's assistant, portrayed by Vanessa Bayer, suggests the former secretary of state record the video announcement on her phone to make it "more personal and intimate."... (more)

April 13, 2015
NEWSMAX — Billionaire real estate investor Mort Zuckerman, who also owns the New York Daily News and U.S. News and World Report, said that Iran "can do almost everything they want" under the nuclear framework deal announced this month by the Obama administration.... (more)

April 12, 2015
NEWSMAX — The United States has bunker-busting bombs that can "shut down, set back and destroy" Iran's nuclear program, and the military option has not been taken off the table when it comes to the ongoing negotiations with that country, according to Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.... (more)

April 12, 2015
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — We Met fans were thrilled by the brilliance of Matt Harvey, who tossed six shutout innings in his first start after missing 19 months due to elbow surgery. It reminded us, though, that "The Dark Knight" is going to demand a huge contract down the road.... (more)

April 12, 2015
ALAN DERSHOWITZ — Whenever a prominent political figure is indicted on charges of alleged corruption, serious questions arise. Is the prosecution part of a growing and dangerous trend toward criminalizing policy differences? Does it endanger the free speech rights of contributors? Will it constrain the legislative branch from serving as a check and balance on the executive?... (more)

April 12, 2015
NEWSMAX — Hillary Clinton plans to build her planned quest for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination on a risky strategy that touts a "new chapter" that builds on President Barack Obama's efforts and embraces her 2008 opponent as a key ally and adviser.... (more)

April 12, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who in a short time has built a solid but controversial record fighting President Obama on key issues, is challenging other Republicans eying the 2016 presidential race to prove they have "bled" opposing the White House.... (more)

April 12, 2015
NEWSMAX — The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a private science and engineering college in New York, has postponed its April 10 screening of "American Sniper" at its student-run theater after a Muslim students' group requested that it be canceled.... (more)

April 12, 2015
NEWSMAX — An Egyptian court sentenced Mohamed Badie, the leader of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, and 13 other senior members of the group to death for inciting chaos and violence, a judge said in a televised session on Saturday.... (more)

April 12, 2015
BOB UNRUH — A new state law in Kansas is setting precedent by outlawing "dismemberment" abortions, effectively taking one tool in the abortionists' box of lethal procedures off the table, according to Operation Rescue.... (more)


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