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November 4, 2011
NEWSMAX Federal unionized employees rallied in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement in Washington. The workers participated in a rally at Lafayette Square across from the White House Thursday, The Washington Post reported... (more)


November 4, 2011
BLOOMBERG NEWS A chorus of "amens" filled the statehouse in Jackson, Mis., on Halloween night. About 75 people were gathered for a briefing by backers of a ballot initiative that would make the state the first in the U.S. to ban abortion by declaring that life begins at conception... (more)


November 4, 2011
NEWSMAX Businessman Herman Cain's supporters are sticking with him despite allegations that he harassed female staffers while head of the National Restaurant Association. A new Washington Post-ABC News poll has Cain and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney essentially tied... (more)


November 3, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Republican presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann says the Wall Street protesters need to stop blaming capitalism and instead should focus their frustration against Washington. The congresswoman from Minnesota on Thursday told students at Iowa State University that the Occupy Wall Street activists are wrongly blaming job creators... (more)


November 3, 2011
CNSNEWS.COM Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa, the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said on Thursday that the Obama administration's immigration polices are contrary to the rule of law... (more)


November 3, 2011
WAYNE LAPIERRE The fight for 2012 is a fight for our country, our values and our freedom, and if the National Rifle Association (NRA) has anything to say about it, Barack Obama won't get a second term. Mark these words - the NRA and America's gun owners will have plenty to say about it. President Obama doesn't want to hear that... (more)


November 3, 2011
NEWSMAX Nine years ago when Mitt Romney was running for governor of Massachusetts he told abortion rights activists that not only would he protect state abortion laws but should he win he could use the position as a platform to soften Republican opposition to abortion. "You need someone like me in Washington," he told them according to The Washington Post... (more)


November 3, 2011
PHIL KERPEN One of the largest landslide elections in the history of the United States took place one year ago today. Free-market Republicans, riding a wave of public anger at bailouts, stimulus, and big-government programs, swept into power... (more)


November 2, 2011
ANN COULTER By spending the last three decades leveling accusations of "racism" every 10 seconds, liberals have made it virtually impossible for Americans to recognize real racism -- for example, the racism constantly spewed at black conservatives. In the last year alone, a short list of the things liberals have labeled "racist" include... (more)


November 2, 2011
FORBES Was the recent attack on Herman Cain's presidential campaign a professional hit job? Absolutely, says Herman Cain. And he says he knows just where to look for the guy who did it: At 815 Slaters Lane in Alexandria, Virginia, a low-slung former warehouse in the shadow of a coal plant... (more)


November 2, 2011
REUTERS Israel test-fired a missile from a military base on Wednesday, two days after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned of the "direct and heavy threat" posed by Iran's nuclear program. The noon launch near Tel Aviv, which had not been announced in advance, coincided with a week-long surge of speculation in local media that Netanyahu was working to secure cabinet consensus for an attack on Israel's arch-foe... (more)


November 2, 2011
AUDREY HUDSON House Republicans appear determined to help President Obama keep his promise to conduct the most open and transparent administration in history, even if they have to subpoena his subordinates every step of the way... (more)


November 2, 2011
EMILY MILLER The president drove to Washington's Key Bridge Wednesday to plead once more for higher taxes to pay for infrastructure stimulus. Infrastructure here, of course, means trains and transit, not roads and bridges. The Republican Study Committee (RSC) countered with an alternative jobs bill that focuses on fostering a healthy economic climate for the private sector... (more)


November 2, 2011
THOMAS SOWELL In various cities across the country, mobs of mostly young, mostly incoherent, often noisy and sometimes violent demonstrators are making themselves a major nuisance. Meanwhile, many in the media are practically gushing over these "protesters," and giving them the free publicity they crave for themselves and their cause -- whatever that is, beyond venting their emotions on television... (more)


November 2, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH There he goes again. President Obama, on the campaign stump, rails against the "rich," saying our "wealth gap" shows a need for a "fairer approach." Does he really believe our economic problems have been caused by insufficient taxes on the rich?... (more)


November 2, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN The next stage of the Aimless Occupation of America is upon us: On Wednesday, rabble-rousers in the San Francisco Bay Area will walk off jobs they don't have and encourage everyone else around the country to abandon work to protest high unemployment... (more)


November 2, 2011
JEN VELDHUYZEN The freshman senator from Pennsylvania announced Oct. 20 he will co-sponsor the Respect for Rights of Conscience Act to thwart a regulation he said forces Catholic organizations to cover contraceptives against their faith. "I hope President Obama will work with Congress to grant a meaningful exemption to protect the rights of religious entities," said Sen. Patrick "Pat" J. Toomey (R.-Pa.)... (more)


November 2, 2011
AUDREY HUDSON The House on Tuesday passed a measure reaffirming "In God We Trust" as the national motto of the U.S., in an effort to encourage its display in public buildings and send a message to those who seek to remove God from the public domain... (more)


November 2, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Harry Reid is determined to do nothing productive this year. The Senate majority leader has made it his mission to block votes on bipartisan legislation originating in the Republican-controlled House while bringing Democratic bills to the floor that are designed to fail. It's a dead-end road paved with intentions to re-elect President Obama... (more)


November 2, 2011
WALTER WILLIAMS After Moammar Gadhafi​'s downfall as Libya's tyrannical ruler, politicians and "experts" in the U.S. and elsewhere, including French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe, are saying that his death marked the end of 42 years of tyranny and the beginning of democracy in Libya. Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., said Gadhafi's death represented an opportunity for Libya to make a peaceful and responsible transition to democracy... (more)


November 1, 2011
ED FEULNER President Obama recently compared the Tea Party to the Occupy Wall Street protests, telling ABC News' Jake Tapper, "in some ways they're not that different." We beg to differ. The Tea Party and the protesters are almost exact opposites... (more)


November 1, 2011
CHUCK COLSON It should be an open and shut case. Study after study shows the beneficial effects of marriage and the self-inflicted harm that people experience when they ignore this evidence. Marriage is good for us in so many ways... (more)


October 31, 2011
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST Hollywood's revolutionary left apparently is willing to shed its fig leaf of respectability to produce a movie glorifying a violent pro-communist terrorist group. We are not talking here about some "on the cheap" Grade C movie filmed in someone's basement... (more)


October 31, 2011
ALAN KEYES Words don't have the same import once you have changed their meaning. Given the position he has taken on the government's responsibility to secure the unalienable right to life, Herman Cain has been trying to achieve the "de facto" redefinition of what it means to be "pro-life"... (more)


October 31, 2011
GARY BAUER Polls show an overwhelming majority of Americans are pessimistic about the direction of our country. It would be tempting to link our current malaise to the economy alone. But it's not just families' finances that are broken. In many cases, so are the families themselves... (more)