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September 21, 2010
DICK MORRIS September is drawing to a close and it is incredibly, amazingly clear that the Democratic Party has no strategy for winning the midterm Congressional elections. Instead, the national leadership lurches from one improvisation to another while local campaigns scramble to find garbage they can dig up on their opponents in the hopes that these negative ads will suffice even though they have no message... (more)

September 21, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS A tea party group announced a $1 million donation from an anonymous donor Tuesday, a shot of cash to be spent before the election by a movement that has relied on grassroots outreach to fiscally conservative voters... (more)

September 21, 2010
TERENCE P. JEFFREY Public approval of Congress now sits at 18 percent, lower than it has been in any prior midterm election year since Gallup started polling public approval of Congress in 1974, according to a USA Today/Gallup Poll conducted Sept. 13-16... (more)

September 21, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES A series of new internal rules has effectively created a possible backdoor amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants, Senate Republicans charged on Tuesday in a letter demanding that Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano explain the new policies... (more)

September 21, 2010
BRYAN FISCHER I just returned from the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C., and the main takeaway is this: Mitt Romney is toast. Tony Perkins and FRC Action were entirely right to invite Romney to speak. (AFA Action was a co-sponsor of the event.) Romney is eager to court the pro-family community, and deserved the opportunity to persuade values-driven voters of his bona fides. In this task he failed... (more)

September 21, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH Dick Armey and Matt Kibbe of Freedomworks seem to be genuine fans and enthusiasts of the tea-party movement. In a Wall Street Journal column last week, the authors of "Give Us Liberty: A Tea Party Manifesto," they write correctly: "The tea party movement is not seeking a junior partnership with the Republican Party, but a hostile takeover of it"... (more)

September 21, 2010
DAVID LIMBAUGH My immediate response to liberals who emerge from their Ouija boards to denounce Christine O'Donnell as a one-time dabbler in witchcraft is: At this point in our history, I'd vote for Elmira Gulch before I'd vote for another statist masquerading as a Republican... (more)

September 21, 2010
ED FEULNER Thanks to a certain immigration law, the Obama administration isn't very happy with Arizona these days. But did you know the White House has gone so far as to put Arizona "on report"? And to the United Nations, no less. That's right. Apparently the federal government can't handle this dispute alone. It needs to elevate it to the world stage, encouraging international criticism of the offending state... (more)

September 20, 2010
NEWSMAX The National Republican Senatorial Committee maintained its total cash advantage over the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in August, though the DSRCC raised more in August. The Democrats drew $7.4 million last month, compared to just over $6 million for the NRSC, The Hill reports... (more)

September 20, 2010
RICHARD W. RAHN What is the most corrupting institution in society? Quite simply, it is government, because it controls and distributes more money to more people and institutions than any other single entity and it has the power to coerce and punish or reward that dwarfs what any private party might be capable of doing... (more)

September 20, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS A federal appeals court says it will hear arguments Nov. 1 in Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's appeal of a ruling that put parts of the state's new immigration law on hold. Brewer asked the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco to reverse the ruling that arose out of a lawsuit by the U.S. Justice Department... (more)

September 20, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST "It is getting increasingly difficult to distinguish between the agenda of the Democratic Party, and the agenda of the Communist Party." That analysis came from property rights advocate Henry Lamb -- before the Obama administration took over at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue... (more)

September 19, 2010
WALL STREET JOURNAL Eyeing a potential Congressional win in November, House Republicans are planning to chip away at the White House's legislative agenda--in particular the health-care law--by depriving the programs of cash... (more)

September 19, 2010
CHUCK NORRIS The surprise victory of Christine O'Donnell in Delaware's Senate primary confirms what we've suspected all year, ever since the election of Sen. Scott Brown from Massachusetts in January. This year's critical midterm elections are going to bring real change to Congress. And it won't be the kind of change favored by the "hope and change" crowd -- at least I hope not... (more)

September 19, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS One of the GOP's most conservative senators and a tea-party favorite, Jim DeMint of South Carolina, says the Republican Party will be "dead" if it fails to live up to its principles again... (more)

September 18, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES The Constitution is back in vogue, thanks in large part to its constant invocation by the likes of the upstart conservative "tea party" movement and one of its favorite sons, talk-show host Glenn Beck... (more)

September 18, 2010
JEROME R. CORSI In an emotional keynote address to the WND "Taking America Back" conference in Miami, Admiral Jeremiah Denton, the former U.S. senator from Alabama and Vietnam war POW held in captivity for almost eight years, called for the United States to return to an openly declared belief in God... (more)

September 18, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY President Obama removed the reference to the "Creator" from the Declaration of Independence when he quoted a portion at a meeting of the Congressional Hispanic Congress... (more)

September 18, 2010
DENISE M. BURKE Abortion proponents recently launched the opening salvo in a carefully orchestrated war on the U.S. military. Their aspirations for our armed services and American law and policy are alarming... (more)

September 17, 2010
POLITICO House Republican Conference Chairman Mike Pence is warning Republicans not to abandon social issues that have been so important to the religious right, even as his fellow House Republicans build an election-year agenda that focuses more on economic policy and government reform... (more)

September 17, 2010
MICHELLE MALKIN The so-called DREAM Act would create an official path to Democratic voter registration for an estimated two million college-age illegal aliens. Look past the public relations-savvy stories of "undocumented" valedictorians left out in the cold. This is not about protecting "children." It's about preserving electoral power through cap-and-gown amnesty... (more)

September 17, 2010
NEWSMAX Sen. Jim Inhofe tells Newsmax that attempts by global warming crusaders to use the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico to support their case against drilling won't work... (more)

September 17, 2010
POLITICO If the House works its will, the top income tax brackets will enjoy at least one more year of the Bush tax cuts -- a development that would be a sharp rebuke of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and President Barack Obama... (more)

September 17, 2010
LARRY KLAYMAN This week's primary elections confirmed that the nation is in a pre-revolutionary mood. Tea-party candidates, like senatorial hopeful Christine O'Donnell in Delaware, were triumphant over the establishment Republican candidates they ran against, and the "fat elephant" was roundly humiliated elsewhere by conservatives and libertarians... (more)

September 17, 2010
MICHAEL REAGAN After some years of slumbering comfortably, the American people have awakened and they are hopping mad over what they have discovered was going on while they slept... (more)


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