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May 24, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST — Is a law school dean who plays down Constitutional Law fit for the nation's highest court? Let's connect the dots... (more)


May 23, 2010
STAR BULLETIN — Republican Charles Djou emerged victorious tonight in the special election to fill Hawaii's vacancy in Congress, giving Hawaii its first GOP member of Congress in 20 years. Djou won the special mail-in election with 39.7 percent of the vote in the final printout, released at 9 p.m.... (more)


May 23, 2010
POLITICO — Rep. Joe Sestak, winner of the Pennsylvania Democratic Senate primary, is refusing to provide more information on what job he was offered by a White House official to drop of that race, although he confirmed again that the incident occurred... (more)


May 22, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Some Democrats on the campaign trail have hit upon a winning campaign tactic: Run against President Obama and his agenda -- especially the health care overhaul... (more)


May 22, 2010
LARRY ELDER — The storyline goes like this: Recent elections find voters in an angry, "anti-incumbent" mood. Time magazine wrote: "This is how it goes in 2010 at the ballot box: old orders are upended, political lions become roadkill, chosen successors get left behind and the outsider, riding a wave of discontent, becomes the new front runner"... (more)


May 22, 2010
ARIZONA DAILY STAR — Gov. Jan Brewer has a hit on YouTube - a video spoof of a children's puppet show that mocks critics of SB 1070 for not reading the immigration law... (more)


May 22, 2010
DICK MORRIS — President Barack Obama has taken the United States one more giant step towards socialism by ramming through the Senate his financial regulation bill. The bill authorizes the secretary of the Treasury -- a political appointee -- to seize any financial company (bank or nonbank) simply because, in his opinion, it is too big to fail and in danger of insolvency... (more)


May 22, 2010
PAT BOONE — Mexican President Felipe Calderon has been making a big splash here lately. I'm wondering if our authorities checked his credentials when he entered the country. Probably not ... racial profiling and all that, you know... (more)


May 22, 2010
FOX NEWS — A top Department of Homeland Security official reportedly said his agency will not necessarily process illegal immigrants referred to them by Arizona authorities... (more)


May 21, 2010
CONNIE HAIR — The House Energy Independence and Global Warming Select Committee's Democrat leadership actually held a hearing yesterday to complain about what they called the "politicization" of climate science in the wake of the Climategate scandal... (more)


May 21, 2010
NEWSMAX — Nearly 3 out of 5 Americans give President Obama negative job ratings, according to The Harris Poll. The actual tally is 58 percent negative and 42 percent positive, according to the May 10-17 poll, released Friday... (more)


May 21, 2010
J.T. YOUNG — The left is aghast at today's Tea Party movement. How could Americans of any stripe be so appalled at the exercise of the constitutional right to speak out against big, intrusive - yet unresponsive - government? Our Founders would no doubt be amused at the irony... (more)


May 21, 2010
NEWSMAX — Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, following her signing and passionate defense of the state's new immigration law, now claims 45 percent of the vote in the state's Republican primary field. That's a 19-point gain from a month ago and puts her well ahead of all her challengers... (more)


May 21, 2010
GEORGE WILL — The candidate who on Tuesday won the special election in a Pennsylvania congressional district is right-to-life and pro-gun. He accused his opponent of wanting heavier taxes. He said he would have voted against Barack Obama's healthcare plan and promised to vote against cap-and-trade legislation, which is a tax increase supposedly somehow related to turning down the planet's thermostat... (more)


May 21, 2010
PRESS-ENTERPRISE — The Mojave Cross saga took yet another unexpected turn Thursday, when the contested symbol that vanished last week reappeared briefly before being taken down by federal officials... (more)


May 21, 2010
MICHAEL REAGAN — Kentucky is not normally a state that is seen as a bellwether to the national political mood. Comfortably in the "Red," the Bluegrass State often passes through the electoral season with very little national fanfare. That has changed... (more)


May 21, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — The federal government is arguing in a gun-rights case pending in federal court in Montana that state plans to exempt in-state guns from various federal requirements themselves make the laws void, because the growing movement certainly would impact "interstate commerce"... (more)


May 21, 2010
MONA CHAREN — The Obama administration is deeply embarrassed by the legislators of Arizona. Assistant Secretary of State Michael Posner, in discussions with representatives from China (China!), cited the Arizona law as evidence of human rights failures in the U.S. Doubling down, State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley agreed that the law could pose a "fundamental challenge to human rights around the world"... (more)


May 20, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Homeland Security and Pentagon officials are at loggerheads over a plan to send National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border, even as President Barack Obama is pledging to bolster security there... (more)


May 20, 2010
THOMAS SOWELL — You might think that being a Supreme Court justice would be the top-of-the-line job for someone in the legal profession. But many Supreme Court decisions suggest that too many justices are not satisfied with their role, and seek more sweeping powers as supreme policy-makers, grand second-guessers, or philosopher-kings... (more)


May 20, 2010
CLIFF KINCAID — The late CBS Evening News anchorman Walter Cronkite is named in a just-released FBI document from 1986 as being targeted in a Soviet "active measures" campaign against President Reagan's anti-communist foreign policy... (more)


May 19, 2010


May 19, 2010
CONNIE HAIR — Political newcomer Dr. Rand Paul has easily won the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate from Kentucky, according to Associated Press reports... (more)


May 19, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — An aide to the late Democratic Rep. John Murtha won a special election to fill the final months of his boss's term -- a nationally watched contest considered a potential bellwether for this fall's midterm election... (more)


May 19, 2010
FOX NEWS — If Los Angeles wants to boycott Arizona, it had better get used to reading by candlelight. That's the message from a member of Arizona's top government utilities agency, who threw down the gauntlet Tuesday in a letter to Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa by threatening to cut off the city's power supply as retribution... (more)