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March 15, 2012
FRED HUTCHISON, RA ANALYST Baron Montesquieu (Mahn-tes'-kyoo) De Secondat (French political philosopher, 1689–1755) wrote The Spirit of the Laws (l'Espirit des Lois, 1750), which is esteemed by some as the most important work of political philosophy of the 18th century... (more)


March 14, 2012
JOSEPH FARAH The media and Republican political establishment have sold the lie that Mitt Romney is the GOP's best hope for beating Barack Obama in November. Truthfully, Romney doesn't stand a chance of defeating Obama. In fact, he's the only Republican candidate for president who will practically ensure Obama's re-election... (more)


March 14, 2012
MICHELLE MALKIN CNN's Soledad O'Brien isn't used to criticism. In the world of media elites, she's a beloved figure and an award-winning news anchor. But last week, she revealed her true, decidedly non-neutral colors. And she's not happy about the hoi polloi questioning her hallowed journalistic objectivity... (more)


March 14, 2012
JOHN STOSSEL "If you have 10,000 regulations," Winston Churchill said, "you destroy all respect for law." He was right. But Churchill never imagined a government that would add 10,000 year after year. That's what we have in America. We have 160,000 pages of rules from the feds alone... (more)


March 14, 2012
LONDON TELEGRAPH Less than a week after a US staff sergeant allegedly massacred 16 civilians in Kandahar, American soldiers were banned from bringing guns into a talk by Mr Panetta at a base in Helmand province... (more)


March 14, 2012
NEWSMAX Veterans in Lake County, Fla., are incensed that local Democrats hoisted an American flag with President Obama's image in place of the traditional stars over their headquarters. The veterans denounced the modified banner as "a disgrace," reports Fox News... (more)


March 14, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY Sen. James Inhofe took his expose of "The Greatest Hoax" of global warming to the Heritage Foundation today, one day before he is scheduled for an epic showdown with Rachel Maddow on MSNBC... (more)


March 14, 2012
FOX PHOENIX A man described as a President Barack Obama fanatic pleads guilty to threatening to kill Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Adam Eugene Cox appeared in a Tennessee courtroom on Wednesday... (more)


March 14, 2012
ASSOCIATED PRESS People favoring a candidate who shares their religious beliefs helped Rick Santorum capture Tuesday's Republican presidential primary in Alabama, exit polls of voters showed. He also won among women and younger voters... (more)


March 14, 2012
JOHN HAYWARD Tuesday night's narrow wins for Rick Santorum in Alabama and Mississippi might have shifted the primary landscape a bit. Newt Gingrich certainly felt the ground move under his feet. His campaign now openly describes his role as a "spoiler" designed to keep Mitt Romney from racking up enough delegates to secure the nomination before the Republican convention in Tampa... (more)


March 14, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES There's something perverse about a government $15.5 trillion in the red espousing a strategy to "save money" by discouraging the birth of human beings. That's what Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius is advocating through the implementation of President Obama's contraception mandate... (more)


March 12, 2012
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST You may have heard the late Andrew Breitbart was initially alerted to the Democrat/media complex when that collaboration smeared Clarence Thomas as it fought to block the latter's Supreme Court confirmation in 1991. There is, of course, more to Breitbart's venture into battle against those who would trash his country... (more)


March 12, 2012
FOX NEWS Let the president be duly warned. Rep. Walter B. Jones Jr., R-N.C., has introduced a resolution declaring that should the president use offensive military force without authorization of an act of Congress, "it is the sense of Congress" that such an act would be "an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor"... (more)


March 11, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY A retired attorney who has taught constitutional law and now is an author and radio host says America is duplicating with the new National Defense Authorization Act its mistakes that landed hundreds of thousands of Japanese-Americans in Wyoming and Colorado internment camps during World War II... (more)


March 11, 2012
ROBERT KNIGHT As the American Civil Liberties Union prowls the land to muzzle public prayers, rip out Ten Commandments monuments and terrify small towns over Nativity scenes, help may be on the way from the U.S. Supreme Court... (more)


March 11, 2012
NEWSMAX Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum blasted former Gov. Mitt Romney Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press" for what he described as repeated untruths about his role in pushing the state healthcare plan that became the model for Obamacare... (more)


March 11, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY It was a big day for Rick Santorum beyond his winning of the Kansas caucuses. The GOP presidential candidate Santorum raised $1.7 million in campaign contributions and pledges in a series of meetings at the Council for National Policy here over two days... (more)


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)