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April 25, 2011
REP. TED POE Right now, someone is sitting at a large oak table in the EPA's marble palace in Washington, D.C., sipping a vanilla latte and dreaming up a new rule to impose. Without fail, the EPA continues to come up with ideas that leave you scratching your head in wonderment because of the questionable science used to justify these regulations... (more)


April 24, 2011
RACHEL MARSDEN Republican Arizona Governor Jan Brewer may not know it, but she has a soul mate in her efforts to control her state's immigration problems in light of federal government inaction. French President Nicolas Sarkozy has also faced accusations of racism and fascism in defending the interests of the territory he was elected to protect and serve... (more)


April 24, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH Everyone but the blind and reckless agrees that the United States faces a dire financial crisis. But only one of the two major political parties is offering a plan that has a reasonable chance of averting this crisis and restoring the nation to financial health... (more)


April 23, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Pope Benedict XVI marked the holiest night of the year for Christians by stressing that humanity isn't a random product of evolution. Benedict emphasized the Biblical account of creation in his Easter Vigil homily Saturday... (more)


April 23, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY A CBS News poll released this week, even though heavily weighted to favor Democrat respondents, shows Americans oppose a raise in the federal debt limit by an over 2-to-1 margin, with 63 percent opposed to only 27 percent in favor... (more)


April 23, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner likely scared millions of senior Americans recently when he claimed the government would have to stop sending Social Security checks if Congress fails to raise the national debt limit... (more)


April 23, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN Don't be fooled by The Donald. Take it from one who knows: I'm a South Jersey gal who was raised on the outskirts of Atlantic City in the looming shadow of Trump's towers. All through my childhood, casino developers and government bureaucrats joined hands, raised taxes and made dazzling promises of urban renewal... (more)


April 23, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Ice makers are the latest target in the left's ongoing war against the conveniences of modern life... (more)


April 22, 2011
ANN COULTER Among the most preposterous claims being made on MSNBC about the fight over public sector unions in Wisconsin is that Gov. Scott Walker and the Republicans are losing "Reagan Democrats" by taking on government employees... (more)


April 22, 2011
NEWSMAX Bills requiring political candidates to prove they are U.S. citizens have cropped up in more than a dozen legislatures, and Oklahoma could be the first state to demand proof of citizenship for all elective offices, The New York Times reports. Sponsors of so-called "birther" bills say they are not trying to gratify voters who refuse to believe President Barack Obama was born in the United States... (more)


April 22, 2011
BRIAN SUSSMAN On this date in 1970, a trio of radical dreamers established Earth Day, an annual event designed to assault capitalism, free markets, and mankind. The initial concept was conceived by then-Sen. Gaylord Nelson (D.-Wis.)... (more)


April 22, 2011
CNSNEWS.COM If a recent appeals court decision is not overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Christian cross could soon become an unconstitutional symbol -- even in places like Arlington Cemetery, a conservative advocacy group warns... (more)


April 21, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS A Montana judge on Thursday rejected a lawsuit that sought to extend to gay couples the same legal protections as married couples, saying in his decision that he can't grant the benefits partly because of the state's voter-approved constitutional definition of marriage as between a man and a woman... (more)


April 21, 2011
NEWSMAX President Barack Obama's April 4 announcement that he will run for re-election hasn't done much for his approval ratings. They have dropped in every poll held since then amid continuing concern about the budget, employment and gas prices, The Hill reports. Growing turmoil in the Mideast and Africa also has hurt his standing... (more)


April 21, 2011
L. BRENT BOZELL III Many years ago, at a mutual friend's wedding, I was chatting with John Von Kannon, fundraiser extraordinaire for the Heritage Foundation. We were discussing the importance of his work since I was performing a similar (but far less successful) task for another political group... (more)


April 21, 2011
CENTER FOR IMMIGRATION STUDIES In the wake of Utah's passage of a guest worker/amnesty bill, the role of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in that effort, and the stance of the Church on immigration issues generally, has come under scrutiny... (more)


April 20, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY Two-time GOP presidential candidate and longtime political analyst Pat Buchanan says Barack Obama should just show his birth certificate to put an end to questions over his eligibility to occupy the Oval Office... (more)


April 20, 2011
MICHAEL BARONE Did Barack Obama take Tax 1 in law school? I did, and I remember the first day of classes, when mild-mannered Prof. Boris Bittker asked a simple question, "What is income?" I was pretty confident I could come up with a quick answer, and so were a lot of other students... (more)


April 20, 2011
REUTERS Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin on Wednesday signed into law a prohibition on abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy, making it the fourth state to ban such late term abortions. She also signed a law preventing health insurers from covering elective abortions... (more)


April 20, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Impeach Scott Walker? Recall Rick Scott? Although it's highly unlikely either first-year governor will be booted from office anytime soon, both are among a list of tea party-backed Republican state leaders who are facing significant public backlash after less than four months on the job... (more)


April 20, 2011
JANICE SHAW CROUSE Just as President Obama wants to change what it means to be American, controversial author Rob Bell wants to change what it means to be Christian. The cover story for the Easter Week edition of Time magazine is about Mr. Bell's book, "Love Wins"... (more)


April 20, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN Ka-ching, ka-ching, ka-ching. President Obama's perpetual campaign cash-o-matic machine kicks into high gear again this week as the celebrity-in-chief heads to Hollywood for several high-priced fundraisers. But while the Democrats' 2012 re-election team stuffs its hands into every liberal deep pocket in sight, questions about the Obama 2008 campaign finance operation still fester... (more)


April 20, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Could smoking reefer and having risky sex with hookers be the solution for an economic crisis? That's what a prominent Midwestern Democrat thinks. This "sin solution" exposes a desperate attempt to distract voters from the fact that a morally bankrupt Democratic Party is driving the nation over a cliff... (more)


April 20, 2011
JOHN HAYWARD The Washington Post teamed with ABC News to poll President Obama's approval ratings, and came up with a dismal 47% approve and 50% disapprove. Strong disapproval is up to 37%, which the Post reports "nearly matches the worst level of his presidency." The President's disapproval rating among independents has reached 55%, which the Post describes as "near record highs"... (more)


April 20, 2011
NEWSMAX Less than half of Republican voters are satisfied with their choices in the 2012 presidential field. Only 43 percent like the current field compared with the 68 percent approval rate of the field at this point in the 2008 election cycle, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll showed... (more)


 

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