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May 14, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Gov. Jim Gibbons says Nevada has officially joined at least 18 other states in a lawsuit challenging the federal health reform law. In a statement Friday, the first-term Republican governor says an amended lawsuit adding Nevada as a plaintiff was filed Friday in Florida... (more)

May 14, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said this week that thanks to the new health-care reform law musicians and other creative types could quit their jobs and focus on developing their talents because the taxpayers would fund their health care coverage... (more)

May 14, 2010
GALLUP — The conservative shift in Americans' views on abortion that Gallup first recorded a year ago has carried over into 2010. Slightly more Americans call themselves "pro-life" than "pro-choice," 47% vs. 45%, according to a May 3-6 Gallup poll... (more)

May 14, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., who has been critical of Arizona's new immigration law, said Thursday he hasn't yet read the law and is going by what he's read in newspapers or seen on television... (more)

May 14, 2010
MICHELLE MALKIN — Wouldn't it be grand if the Obama administration cared more about policing our borders than about policing our refrigerators? How about fixing our deportation system instead of fixing our junk-food diets?... (more)

May 14, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — It's now law in Hawaii that the state government can ignore repetitive requests for President Barack Obama's birth certificate. Republican Gov. Linda Lingle signed into law Wednesday a bill allowing state government agencies not to respond to follow-up requests for information if they determine that the subsequent request is duplicative or substantially similar to a previous request... (more)

May 14, 2010
NEWSMAX — Incumbent members of Congress, particularly Democrats, who supported the bank bailouts that began in 2008 may well suffer the consequences of voters' wrath in November elections... (more)

May 14, 2010
MONA CHAREN — "The closest thing on this earth to immortality," Ronald Reagan once said, "is a federal program." We still have a Rural Electrification Commission, for Heaven's sake (though it's been renamed) -- FDR's program to bring electrical power to rural areas... (more)

May 13, 2010
NEWSMAX — Elena Kagan, President Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court, isn't qualified to serve there, as shown by her work on the losing side in an important political speech case, says Newsmax contributor Dick Morris... (more)

May 13, 2010
TERENCE P. JEFFREY — When the first Congress passed the Bill of Rights, it left no ambiguity about whether future Congresses could enact laws prohibiting Americans from speaking. "Congress," says the First Amendment, "shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press"... (more)

May 13, 2010
NEWSMAX — The wife of former President George W. Bush finally has revealed her views on two of the most contentious social issues facing both the Republican Party and this nation. Laura Bush, appearing this week on CNN's "Larry King Live," revealed that she would not like to see abortion outlawed again, and she believes that same-sex couples should have the right to marry... (more)

May 13, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM — A bill introduced this month in Congress would put the federal and state governments in the business of tracking how fat, or skinny, American children are... (more)

May 12, 2010
CAL THOMAS — We are told by no less than President Obama and supporters of his nominee to the Supreme Court, Elena Kagan, that she "loves the law." I love my cat, but what does loving the law mean for the court, for the law and for the public? What is the law? Is it a game played by insiders who went to Harvard (or Yale) law schools... (more)

May 12, 2010
JAMES W. ELY JR. — In seeking a replacement for retiring Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, President Obama indicated that he wanted to name someone in the Stevens mold. Among the qualities of Justice Stevens that Mr. Obama hoped to find in a successor, the president noted "a keen understanding of how the law affects the daily lives of the American people"... (more)

May 12, 2010
DAVID KUPELIAN — I'm haunted by the story of Taryn Hathaway, the 13-year-old Salinas, Calif., girl who reportedly was told by her art teacher at Gavilan View Middle School that her lovely drawing of the American flag with the words "God Bless America" inscribed on it was "offensive"... (more)

May 12, 2010
NEWSMAX — Republicans have recaptured voters who had drifted from the party in recent elections, dramatically increasing the GOP's potential for a strong comeback in November's mid-term campaign, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll... (more)

May 12, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Los Angeles on Wednesday became the largest city yet to boycott Arizona over its tough new law targeting illegal immigration in a move that likely will affect some $8 million in contracts with the state... (more)

May 12, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Reacting to the surprise announcement that congressional budget referees now predict healthcare reform could top $1 trillion, the Obama administration threatened Wednesday to veto parts of its own healthcare bill... (more)

May 12, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — The Obama administration argues in its first court response to a challenge against the new health care law that Congress can require Americans to buy health insurance... (more)

May 12, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — In her undergraduate thesis at Princeton, President Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court, Elena Kagan, lamented the decline of socialism in the country as "sad" for those who still hope to "change America"... (more)

May 12, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Two weeks after the Supreme Court said it could stay, the Mojave Cross war memorial has been ripped out of and stolen from its rocky embankment in the California desert. Thieves sawed through the welded bolts securing the 8-foot pipe-and-concrete cross to its platform atop Sunrise Rock in the Mojave National Preserve late Sunday or early Monday... (more)

May 11, 2010
CONNIE HAIR — Incumbent Sen. Robert Bennett (R-Utah) was ousted Saturday from his state's Republican primary by caucus voters fed up with big government spending, "stimulus," bailouts and the passage of Obamacare -- for starters. His ouster from the primary is proof GOP voters are not limiting their ire to Democrats... (more)

May 11, 2010
JEROME R. CORSI — Two private investigators working independently are asking why President Obama is using a Social Security number set aside for applicants in Connecticut while there is no record he ever had a mailing address in the state... (more)

May 11, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — By a 96-0 vote, the Senate today passed an amendment to the financial reform bill that would force the Federal Reserve to disclose certain records, but falls short of the full audit requirement passed by the House last year... (more)

May 11, 2010
THOMAS SOWELL — One of the many fashionable notions that have caught on among some of the intelligentsia is that old people have "a duty to die," rather than become a burden to others. This is more than just an idea discussed around a seminar table. Already the government-run medical system in Britain is restricting what medications or treatments it will authorize for the elderly... (more)


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