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October 13, 2014
CLIFF KINCAID The Washington Post headline said the convoluted answer constituted "40 painful seconds of Alison Lundergan Grimes refusing to say whether she voted for President Obama." The Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate evaded direct questions from a newspaper's editorial board about whether she had voted for Obama. It was truly an embarrassment. NBC's Chuck Todd basically said she's finished as a candidate.... (more)


October 13, 2014
ROBERT KNIGHT If you're a regular consumer of news, you may be feeling what I'm feeling right now. We're living in an age of insanity. Let's start with Ebola.... (more)


October 13, 2014
PATRICK BUCHANAN Do the states have the right to outlaw same-sex marriage? Not long ago the question would have been seen as absurd. For every state regarded homosexual acts as crimes.... (more)


October 13, 2014
LEE E. GOODMAN Nearly five years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that citizens do not surrender their First Amendment rights merely because they choose to incorporate their private associations. In Citizens United, the Supreme Court held that the government cannot ban political speech just because the speaker is incorporated.... (more)


October 13, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY Award-winning actress Janine Turner has overcome daunting battles: alcoholism, single motherhood, a failed engagement to notorious Hollywood liberal Alec Baldwin and the scorn of the entertainment industry when she backed McCain/Palin in the 2008 presidential election, to name a few.... (more)


October 13, 2014
JOHN FUND Perhaps the most hard-fought Senate race this year will be Colorado's showdown between Democratic senator Mark Udall and Republican congressman Cory Gardner. The RealClearPolitics average of polls in the race shows Gardner holding a lead of 1.3 percentage points. The outcome may determine control of the U.S. Senate, and the margin of victory could be less than the 11,000-vote margin by which Democratic senator Michael Bennet was reelected in Colorado in 2010.... (more)


October 13, 2014
JOSEPH FARAH Back in the days of the Vietnam War, those of us who were on the wrong side -- like John Kerry and Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland -- were eager to "bring the war home." That became the mantra of the political left -- "bring the war home."... (more)


October 13, 2014
BOB UNRUH Scientists and others on a team assembled by the Chicago-based Heartland Institute, which focuses on free-market solutions to today's problems, say the "scare" of global warming from the use of carbon fuels and other human activities "is over."... (more)


October 11, 2014
BRYAN FISCHER There is one and only one short-range solution to a runaway judiciary on the issue of sodomy-based marriage: a governor with the testosterone to stand up and just say no.... (more)


October 11, 2014
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY Something bothers me about the first and only hearing of the House Select Committee on Benghazi. Something I haven't been able to shake.... (more)


October 11, 2014
NEWSMAX If President Barack Obama goes forward with his plan to use executive action to shut down the prison at Guantanamo Bay, he risks triggering another shutdown -- of the U.S. government.... (more)


October 11, 2014
NEWSMAX Iowa's Libertarian candidate for governor, orthopedic surgeon and U.S. Navy veteran Lee Hieb, told Newsmax TV on Friday that little good can come from sending U.S. troops into West Africa "to nation-build right in the middle of an Ebola outbreak."... (more)


October 11, 2014
BOB UNRUH Larry Klayman, the former Justice Department lawyer and founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, made headlines just a week ago when he announced he was filing the legal paperwork to try to get Barack Obama deported.... (more)


October 11, 2014
CBS NEWS Militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) have infiltrated one of Baghdad's outer suburbs, Abu Ghraib which is only eight miles from the runway perimeter of Baghdad's international airport.... (more)


October 11, 2014
NEWSMAX Mike Huckabee's claim that Republicans have hurt themselves by throwing in the towel on gay marriage and other social issues echoes past warnings by GOP conservatives, says Susan Ferrechio, chief congressional correspondent for The Washington Examiner.... (more)


October 10, 2014
NEWSMAX Two days after threatening to leave the Republican Party and run for the White House in 2016 as an independent because the GOP has "abdicated" on same-sex marriage, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee told Newsmax that the GOP would be walking away from him and other voters if it doesn't stand strong on social issues.... (more)


October 10, 2014
NEWSMAX Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee's threat to leave the Republican Party over the same-sex marriage issue could prove damaging to the GOP as it struggles to build a national strategy to win the White House in 2016, political observers told Newsmax on Thursday.... (more)


October 10, 2014
WASHINGTON POST Alison Lundergan Grimes (D), who is trying to unseat Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) this fall, appeared before the Louisville Courier-Journal editorial board on Thursday to make her pitch for their endorsement... (more)


October 10, 2014
THE HILL Tea Party favorite Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) waded into the Kansas Senate race Thursday, touting beleaguered Republican incumbent Pat Roberts as the contest's only true conservative. The conservative hero's support is crucial as Roberts tries to energize his campaign and ward off a challenge from well-funded independent Greg Orman in a race that could jeopardize the GOP's hopes of winning Senate control... (more)


October 10, 2014
WASHINGTON TIMES The Federal Election Commission finally agreed Thursday to recognize the Supreme Court's 2010 Citizens United decision that unshackled corporations and unions to play a more active role in political advocacy.... (more)


October 10, 2014
JEROME R. CORSI The former attorney general under President George W. Bush who as a federal judge presided over the terrorism trial of "Blind Sheik" Omar Abel Rahman charges the Obama administration has persistently misrepresented the Islamic threats in the Middle East, putting politics ahead of protecting American lives.... (more)


October 10, 2014
BOB UNRUH California has changed its state health insurance rules to require that churches pay for elective abortions, drawing protest from some of the largest pro-life legal teams in the nation and a formal complaint.... (more)


October 9, 2014
Activist alert!
ROGER OGDEN Find a street corner, a government building, or an overpass and start making your signs, because National Impeach Obama Week is October 18-25, just before the mid-term elections. The time to stand up and be counted is before the election, not after.... (more)


October 9, 2014
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST "If you have read 'Killing Kennedy,'" Bill O'Reilly reminds his readers, "you know that Martin Dugard and I are not conspiracy theorists. We write from a factual point of view, with no axes to grind." Thus, on the "afterword" page of "Killing Patton" author and TV commentator O'Reilly seeks to assure those who have just read this most recent volume in the co-authored (with Mr. Dugard) "Killing" series that their findings are simply facts, not hype... (more)


October 9, 2014
CLIFF KINCAID It's amazing what people will do when they are selling books. Former Obama CIA director and Pentagon chief Leon Panetta is sounding like a war hawk in promoting Worthy Fights, his new book about the foreign policy disasters of the Obama administration.... (more)