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September 4, 2011
BIG PEACE Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) is the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and she has drawn a line in the sand for the United States. She has introduced a bill which would dramatically cut U.S. contributions to the United Nations if that body votes for Palestinian statehood next month... (more)


September 4, 2011
STAR PARKER Florida's young Republican Sen. Marco Rubio gave an important speech at the Reagan Presidential Library in California that has set off the liberal talking head universe. He had the temerity to suggest that the huge growth in government's role in American life over the last century "actually weakened us as a people"... (more)


September 4, 2011
NEWSMAX A crowd of 2,000 in Indianola, Iowa, braved torrential rain to hear former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin blast "corporate crony capitalism" and the "permanent political class" in her speech to the Tea Party of America. It was no mystery that the barbs were aimed at Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a Republican presidential candidate who has spent most of his career in office and who is perennially dogged by charges of rewarding his financial supporters... (more)


September 4, 2011
NEWSMAX U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint slammed President Barack Obama, Democrats, and the media for maligning the grass-roots tea party movement. DeMint, Obama, jobs, tea partyThe South Carolina Republican also predicted on CNN's "State of the Union" today that Obama's jobs speech Thursday will be painful to watch as it the president touts "more of the same"... (more)


September 4, 2011
J. MATT BARBER In "Batman," the Joker rhetorically asks a young Bruce Wayne: "Tell me, kid -- you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight?" Well, I have. Not by the pale moonlight, but in a brightly lit Four Points Sheraton in Baltimore, Md.... (more)


September 3, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN "Always remember. Never forget." The phrase is now emblazoned in red across the U.S. Department of Homeland Security website. But as the Obama administration disseminates its talking points to mark the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 jihadist attacks, the White House remains stone-silent about the president's Uncle Omar problem... (more)


September 3, 2011
YAHOO NEWS Ron DiFrancesco's voice softens and trails off. He barely finishes his sentences as he recalls his experience on Sept. 11, 2001. He speaks as if it happened yesterday. "It was a living hell," he says. "I was mere seconds from death. ... I didn't know I was going to get out"... (more)


September 2, 2011
NEWSMAX Billionaire investor Warren Buffett triggered a major debate over taxes recently when he wrote in The New York Times that he should be paying more to the federal government. He called on Washington lawmakers to up tax rates on the rich... (more)


September 2, 2011
SELWYN DUKE Unfortunately, many Americans have become inured to the trampling of freedom of association. You can work your fingers to the bone starting a business, and the government becomes a partner that contributes nothing but extracts much... (more)


September 2, 2011
WASHINGTON POST The Internal Revenue Service allowed undocumented workers to collect $4.2 billion in refundable tax credits last year, a new audit says, almost quadruple the sum five years ago... (more)


September 2, 2011
REUTERS U.S. President Barack Obama put a stop Friday to new rules that would limit smog pollution, unexpectedly reversing course on a key policy measure after businesses argued it would kill jobs and cost them billions of dollars... (more)


September 2, 2011
CHRIS ADAMO All too predictably, the insidious onslaught against Texas Governor Rick Perry is now in full swing. On the heels of the very first rumors last spring that he might consider a run for the presidency, and long before he officially announced, the Democrat political hit machine, its collaborators in "mainstream" liberal media, and even the standard RINO mouthpieces were lining up to cut him down to size... (more)


September 2, 2011
FOX NEWS The Federal Communications Commission may have killed off the controversial Fairness Doctrine this week, but conservatives -- offering faint praise for the move -- are sounding the alarm over what they see as backdoor attempts by the Obama administration to regulate political speech on the airwaves... (more)


September 2, 2011
MARK IMPOMENI Stung by the 2000 presidential election that saw George W. Bush win a majority in the Electoral College despite losing the national popular vote to Vice President Al Gore, liberals nationwide have embarked on a largely unnoticed campaign to bypass the constitutional method of electing the President... (more)


September 1, 2011
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST Ho hum. Another conservative presidential candidate is trashed by the civility-talking media. Rick Perry shoots to the top of the polls just days after entering the Republican field, and in no time, he gets the "he's stupid" treatment accorded Ronald Reagan (whose predecessors were not smart enough to figure out a way to bring down the Soviet empire or how to usher in two decades of unprecedented prosperity)... (more)


September 1, 2011
LOS ANGELES TIMES The college dreams of thousands of students who are illegal immigrants moved closer to fulfillment Wednesday after the state Senate approved a bill that for the first time would give them access to public financial aid... (more)


August 31, 2011
ANN COULTER Amid the hoots at Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry for saying there were "gaps" in the theory of evolution, the strongest evidence for Darwinism presented by these soi-disant rationalists was a 9-year-old boy quoted in The New York Times... (more)


August 31, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN There are now enough Operation Fast and Furious officials playing hide-and-seek in the Obama administration to fill a "rubber room." That's the nickname for taxpayer-subsidized holding pens, such as the ones in the New York City public schools, where crooked employees are separated from the system and paid to do nothing... (more)


August 31, 2011
WORLD AFFAIRS A retired Chinese general recently revealed that his country might be planning a surprise missile attack on the United States. The public comment of Xu Guangyu came in response to WikiLeaks revelations that last year Washington had warned its allies beforehand of China's test of a missile interceptor... (more)


August 31, 2011
EMILY MILLER Gov. Sean Parnell just wants Washington to leave Alaska alone. The Frontier State's North Slope currently satisfies 11 percent of the nation's daily thirst for oil. The Republican governor thinks that percentage should be higher, but the Obama administration is stopping him from doing what needs to be done for America's energy security... (more)


August 31, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS A federal judge in Birmingham has temporarily blocked enforcement of Alabama's new law cracking down on illegal immigration. U.S. District Judge Sharon L. Blackburn's order issued Monday means the law won't take effect as scheduled on Thursday... (more)


August 31, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH As the 2012 presidential race gears up, leftist Christophobes are showing some signs of hysteria -- or political opportunism; it's sometimes difficult to tell. The New York Times' executive editor, Bill Keller, in a piece in The New York Times Magazine, argues that presidential candidates should be asked tough questions about their faith... (more)


August 31, 2011
RICH LOWRY The last time Republicans were roundly condemned as anti-science, it was for their resistance to destroying human embryos for stem cells. Their crude religiosity supposedly blocked imminent leaps ahead in medical progress. Then-vice-presidential candidate John Edwards went so far as to predict in 2004 that because of "the work we will do when John Kerry is president, people like Christopher Reeve are going to walk, get up out of that wheelchair, and walk again"... (more)


August 31, 2011
WALTER WILLIAMS Overall U.S. unemployment is 9.1 percent. For white adults, it's 8 percent, and for white teens, 23 percent. Black adult unemployment stands at 17 percent, and for black teens, it's 40 percent, more than 50 percent in some cities, for example, Washington. Chapter 3 of "Race and Economics," my most recent book, starts out, "Some might find it puzzling that during times of gross racial discrimination, black unemployment was lower and blacks were more active in the labor force than they are today"... (more)


August 31, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES It's not surprising that prominent members of the "me" generation who think the universe revolves around themselves also believe they hold sway over Earth's climate. New science is dispelling their delusion and confirming that Mother Nature still is in control of the environment... (more)