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May 20, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — A federal judge ordered the Justice Department to send its lawyers back to remedial ethics classes Thursday after finding that the administration repeatedly misled the court in the high-profile challenge to President Obama's deportation amnesty.... (more)


May 20, 2016


May 20, 2016
NEWSMAX — Two top staffers in the Donald Trump campaign were spotted in a yelling match on a New York street Wednesday night, the New York Post's Page Six reports.... (more)


May 20, 2016
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON — In 1939, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and French Prime Minister Édouard Daladier warned Adolf Hitler that if the Third Reich invaded Poland, a European war would follow.... (more)


May 20, 2016
NAT HENTOFF — Last week, President Obama passed an important historic milestone. The occasion was not marked with ceremony, and no statements were issued by the White House. In spite of its significance, most of the national media allowed the occasion to pass with little comment or in-depth analysis -- which is why you may not be aware that Obama now has the ignominious distinction of being continuously at war longer than any other American president in U.S. history.... (more)


May 20, 2016
YAHOO NEWS — Is there a smoking gun in the 28 pages that were redacted from the congressional joint inquiry on intelligence from before and after the 9/11 attacks that links the Saudi Arabian government to the attacks? A co-chair of that inquiry, former Florida Sen. Bob Graham thinks there is one. He also says the link goes all the way to the top of the Saudi government and that the government's funding of terrorist groups continues to this day.... (more)


May 19, 2016
NEW REPUBLIC — Donald Trump doesn't read books.Reading is a popular pastime, for both laymen and presidents. Barack Obama routinely visits independent bookstores and releases his summer reading list every year. And George W. Bush famously got into a reading duel with Karl Rove, to see who could read the most books... (more)


May 19, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID — The wife of the socialist candidate promising free college is being blamed for closing down a college in Vermont. Burlington College is going out of business, thanks to debt incurred under the leadership of its former president, Jane Sanders, also known as "educator" Dr. Jane Sanders.... (more)


May 19, 2016
NEWSMAX — Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has released a list of 11 potential Supreme Court justices he plans to vet to fill the seat of late Justice Antonin Scalia.... (more)


May 19, 2016
FOX NEWS — BuzzFeed, once the go-to place for procrastination with quizzes like "What Kind of Pop-Tart Are You Actually," is now joining forces with the rest of the liberal media.... (more)


May 19, 2016
NEWSMAX — Sen. Ted Cruz says parents and schools should not pay attention to President Barack Obama's edict that transgender students be able to use the bathrooms and locker rooms of their preferred sex.... (more)


May 19, 2016
NATIONAL REVIEW — A five-year-old girl was suspended from Southeast Elementary School in Brighton, Colo., on Monday for bringing a clear, plastic bubble-soap gun with a picture of a princess on it to school with her because it violated the school's "weapons policy."... (more)


May 18, 2016
WORLDNETDAILY — President Obama is on track to double the national debt by the end of his eight years in office. Currently at $19.4 trillion, the debt is projected to hit $20 trillion by Inauguration Day 2016, up from $10.6 trillion when Obama entered the White House on Jan. 20, 2009. Put in perspective, it means Obama will have added to the debt as much as all previous 43 presidents have done cumulatively.... (more)


May 18, 2016
NEWSMAX — The Senate passed legislation Tuesday that would allow families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia, rejecting the fierce objections of a U.S. ally and setting Congress on a collision course with the Obama administration.... (more)


May 18, 2016
NEWSMAX — House Republicans have been staunch in their counterattack on the IRS, and with the victory in hand to move forward with impeachment hearings, the pummeling isn't going to end anytime soon.... (more)


May 18, 2016
OBSERVER, MAR. 11, 2016 — Let's get this out of the way: it's still very likely Hillary Clinton is going to be the Democratic nominee for president. Her delegate lead over Sen. Bernie Sanders remains healthy. Her loss in Michigan was noteworthy, and could presage struggles elsewhere in the Midwest, but the landslide losses Mr. Sanders sustained in the South will probably be his undoing.... (more)


May 18, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — Donald Trump said he has regrets about his campaign -- but refused to detail them in an interview that aired Tuesday, in which the likely Republican presidential nominee explained that he understands the power he wields but will not rein in his brash personality.... (more)


May 18, 2016
NEWSMAX — Melania Trump has taken a shot at Chris Matthews, saying she found it "unbelievable" the MSNBC host panted over her on live television. But the glamorous model-wife of Donald Trump dismisses the wolfish behavior as something men do.... (more)


May 18, 2016
CHERYL CHUMLEY — An attorney for Donald Trump said Tuesday he would like the New York Times to apologize for a story it ran about the billionaire businessman and his past dalliances with women, as well as issue a retraction, but news executives responded to the call with a terse reply that basically said: Sorry, but that's just not going to happen.... (more)


May 18, 2016
WORLDNETDAILY — Rafael Cruz, the father of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, finally has fired back at presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump for associating him with the John F. Kennedy assassination. In an exclusive interview with WND, the pastor categorially denied all of Trump's accusations.... (more)


May 18, 2016
GREG COROMBOS — Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson warns air travelers to prepare for much longer than usual airport security lines, but a Transportation Security Administration watchdog says this mess is simply a matter of the government failing to manage its resources responsibly.... (more)


May 18, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — In a strike against the District's strict firearms laws, a federal judge has blocked the city's police chief from requiring gun owners to prove they have a "good reason" to obtain a concealed carry permit. Tuesday's ruling by U.S. District Judge Richard Leon revives the battle over gun rights in the nation's capital by temporarily banning enforcement of a key portion of the city's "may issue" laws, which have kept the number of concealed carry permits to a minimum.... (more)


May 18, 2016
NEWSMAX — The South Carolina Legislature passed a bill Tuesday prohibiting abortion after 19 weeks, becoming the 17th state to pass the restrictive ban. The legislation will now head to Gov. Nikki Haley's desk. The Republican said in March she will almost certainly sign it, but wants to look at the details once it reaches her desk.... (more)


May 18, 2016
BILL FEDERER — He was the most recognized person in the world. He met with Presidents Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton and Bush. Born in a small town in Poland, May 18, 1920, was Karol Wojtyla. A chemical worker during World War II, he risked punishment by Communists for being ordained a priest. In 1967, he became archbishop of Krakow and, in 1978, he became Pope John Paul II, the first non-Italian pope since 1522.... (more)


May 17, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID — House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) is standing in the way of a hostile takeover of the Republican Party by liberal Democrat Donald J. Trump, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee for 2016. Ryan told CNN's Jake Tapper on May 5, "I think conservatives want to know, 'Does he share our values and our principles on limited government, the proper role of the executive, adherence to the Constitution?'" Trump responded by saying, in part, that "I am not ready to support Speaker Ryan's agenda."... (more)