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March 11, 2012
FOX NEWS Facing arguments that Mitt Romney's delegate lead is virtually unbeatable, Rick Santorum on Sunday made his own case as to how the delegate math could work in his favor. Romney currently leads with 454 delegates and Santorum follows with 217... (more)


March 11, 2012
MICHELLE MALKIN There's no escaping Solyndra Syndrome. Here in my home state of Colorado, citizen journalists have uncovered our own gaping government-green-loan sinkhole. The stench of Chicago-on-the-Potomac is fouling the fresh Rocky Mountain air... (more)


March 11, 2012
NEWSMAX Cardinal Donald Wuerl, the Archbishop of Washington, D.C., tells Newsmax the Obama administration's attempt to force religious-linked organizations to pay for employees' birth control is an unprecedented "invasion" of government into religion... (more)


March 11, 2012
ANDREW P. NAPOLITANO Can the president kill an American simply because that person is dangerous and his arrest would be impractical? Can the president be judge, jury and executioner of an American in a foreign country because he thinks that would keep America safe? Can Congress authorize the president to do that?... (more)


March 11, 2012
JOSEPH FARAH How severe has political correctness become in America today? Actor Kirk Cameron is getting blasted by the media and the entertainment industry for making two public comments recently that reflect the attitudes of most Americans. He told Piers Morgan on CNN that homosexuality, in his view, was "unnatural" and that same-sex marriage would be "detrimental" to society... (more)


March 11, 2012
DAVID LIMBAUGH How much truth is there in President Barack Obama's latest favorite mantra that we consume a disproportionate share of the world's oil, especially considering how little of the world's reserves we have? Recently, Obama said: "But here's the thing about oil. We have about 2, maybe 3, percent of the world's proven oil reserves... (more)


March 11, 2012
MAGGIE GALLAGHER It was a bad night for Mitt Romney. Don't kid yourself, Romney supporters. The mixed vote on Super Tuesday is a profound setback for the fragile front-runner. I spoke on Tuesday afternoon with a dear friend who is a key Romney supporter. The point of the call was to talk to me about consolidating the conservative support for Romney after Super Tuesday... (more)


March 10, 2012
CHRISTOPHER RUDDY I am continually amazed how those at the Romney campaign continue to act victorious when they have such a poor case to make about cinching the nomination. Case in point was Wednesday's release of a memo that Romney aides claimed proves that only an "act of God" can prevent Romney from getting the nomination... (more)


March 10, 2012
TOM TANCREDO Almost every week brings a new reason for the United States House of Representatives to bring impeachment charges against President Obama. The question of the day is not why he should be impeached but why it hasn't already been done... (more)


March 10, 2012
NEWSMAX Senate Tea Party Caucus members have put together a plan to balance the budget in five years, which they presented Thursday... (more)


March 10, 2012
AL-AKHBAR At least 90 Iraqi teenagers with "emo" appearances have been stoned to death by religious extremists in Baghdad in the past month after an inflammatory interior ministry statement dubbed it "devil worshiping", activists said... (more)


March 8, 2012
The best of Fred Hutchison
FRED HUTCHISON, RA ANALYST The culture war might be likened to fighting a war against a coalition of powers. Imagine WWI-style trench warfare on a long front. In the center of the enemy lines are the forces of moral relativism. These forces oppose the idea that there is a universal moral law. On one flank are the forces of the sexual revolution, including gays, feminists, adulterers, the promiscuous, and the pro-abortion folks... (more)


March 8, 2012
AMY CONTRADA RomneyCare now offers free elective surgical abortions. Mitt Romney was the enabler. This is how his government-dictated health plan is playing out... (more)


March 8, 2012
CLIFF KINCAID Rush Limbaugh claims that MSNBC is hyping an alleged "Republican War on Women," stemming from the controversy caused by his vicious attacks on feminist Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke, for which he has apologized... (more)


March 7, 2012
BRYAN FISCHER The general consensus among the political punditry from Super Tuesday, both left and right, is that Romney is a very weak frontrunner. He failed to close the deal, didn't deliver the knockout punch, eked out a win in Ohio, etc. So even though he won six states to Rick Santorum's three, if anybody generated any momentum yesterday, it was Santorum. And everybody recognizes it... (more)


March 7, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES While Mitt Romney squeaked out a narrow victory in Ohio's Republican primary, chief opponent Rick Santorum peeled away the scab and drew new blood over the former Massachusetts governor's history on health care, resurrecting the chief obstacle between Mr. Romney and the nomination... (more)


March 7, 2012
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney walked away from Super Tuesday with a lot of convention delegates, but he failed in the equally crucial mission of closing the enthusiasm gap among voters as he heads into a string of hotly contested Southern primaries that could further underscore his weaknesses among conservatives... (more)


March 7, 2012
POLITICO The main super PAC supporting Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul is reassessing its heavy financial support of the Texas congressman following his disappointing Super Tuesday performance, an official confirmed to POLITICO... (more)


March 7, 2012
MARSHA WEST "The gospel's most dangerous earthly adversaries are not raving atheists who stand outside the door shouting threats and insults. They are church leaders who cultivate a gentle, friendly, pious demeanor but hack away at the foundations of faith under the guise of keeping in step with a changing world." -- Phil Johnson... (more)


March 7, 2012
MICHELLE MALKIN I'm sorry Rush Limbaugh called 30-year-old Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke a "slut." She's really just another professional femme-a-gogue helping to manufacture a false narrative about the GOP "war on women." I'm sorry the civility police now have an opening to demonize the entire Right based on one radio comment -- because it's the progressive Left in this country that has viciously and systematically slimed female conservatives for their beliefs... (more)


March 7, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY Video footage of President Obama during his college years at Harvard University was intentionally suppressed by news media and academia during the 2008 presidential campaign in order to hide Obama's connections with radical leftists, according to the editors of Breitbart.com, the website of late conservative activist Andrew Breitbart... (more)


March 7, 2012
CNSNEWS.COM A conservative civil liberties group accuses the Internal Revenue Service of attempting to "intimidate and silence" a number of tea party groups that have applied for tax-exempt status. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) says IRS requests for information about the groups included "probing questions" that violate the free speech and freedom of association rights guaranteed by the First Amendment... (more)


March 7, 2012
JOHN FUND The Tea Party is alive and kicking. House Speaker John Boehner can't help but notice that Representative Jean Schmidt, one of his fellow GOP House members from the Cincinnati area, just went down to defeat at the hands of a political neophyte. Brad Wenstrup is a physician and Iraq War veteran whose only prior political experience was in a losing race for mayor of Cincinnati... (more)


March 7, 2012
NEWSMAX Rick Santorum stopped Mitt Romney in his tracks Tuesday night with major victories in Tennessee, Oklahoma, and North Dakota. Romney barely squeaked out a narrow victory in the key battleground state of Ohio, in the most turbulent race for the Republican presidential nomination in a generation... (more)


March 7, 2012
NEWSMAX Democratic pollster Doug Schoen tells Newsmax that GOP hopeful Mitt Romney failed to deliver a knockout blow in the all-important Super Tuesday contests and his "myth of invincibility has been shaken -- perhaps irrevocably"... (more)