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July 15, 2012
JOSEPH FARAH Liberals won't like this column. But they should read it. Because they keep making the same mistakes over and over again. Maybe they'll learn something. Liberals and "progressives" loved Benito Mussolini, the Italian dictator, who achieved power as a socialist and delivered on his promise in the form of fascism... (more)


July 15, 2012
NEWSMAX Florida election officials will have access to a federal database to help purge its voter rolls of non-citizens under an agreement reached between state and federal officials and welcomed on Saturday by Florida's Republican governor... (more)


July 13, 2012
NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE Monica Crowley is the author of the new book What the (Bleep) Just Happened? The Happy Warrior's Guide to the Great American Comeback and talks about it with National Review Online's Kathryn Jean Lopez... (more)


July 13, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES Speculation about Condoleezza Rice as Mitt Romney's vice presidential pick is off the charts on Friday, with a banner headline on DrudgeReport.com, linking to what appears to be a groundswell of support among conservative thinkers. But for Mr. Romney to pick Ms. Rice would mean the former Massachusetts governor would have to flip-flop on a pro-life promise... (more)


July 13, 2012
MICHELLE MALKIN The Obama administration's loathsome cowboy, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, won't take no for an answer. He's been smacked down repeatedly by federal courts for imposing a draconian, junk science-based moratorium on the oil and gas industry. Yet, the job-killing zealot and his boss just introduced another ruinous offshore drilling ban two weeks ago... (more)


July 13, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY Law enforcement officers in Arizona say they have broken up an alleged plot to assassinate Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who is at odds with the White House over his investigation of Obama's birth documentation, with the Department of Justice over his crackdown on illegal aliens, and assorted criminals already in jail... (more)


July 12, 2012
RICHARD VIGUERIE It says a lot about the caliber of advice Mitt Romney is getting that in the midst of the worst economy since the Great Depression of the 1930s, he can do no better than tie President Barack Obama in most national polls. The same goes for Republican congressional candidates -- especially those for the Senate -- which under the leadership of Democrat Harry Reid hasn't passed a budget in over three years... (more)


July 12, 2012
FRED HUTCHISON, RA ANALYST Have you ever noticed how some judicial decisions defy common sense? The cold, abstract words of their decrees often seem to be the very antithesis of things ordinary people have learned about life through experience. What spell has bewitched the liberal judges? After years of wondering, I now have a theory... (more)


July 12, 2012
WASHINGTON EXAMINER President Obama has fooled plenty of people into thinking Mitt Romney is beating him in the race for campaign cash. This allows Obama to pose as a scrappy underdog and man of the people even as he raises and spends more money than his opponent. It's quite a trick, supported by three money machines... (more)


July 12, 2012
ANDREW NAPOLITANO Presently in America, nearly half of all households receive either a salary or substantial benefits from the government. Presently in America, nearly half of all adults pay no federal income taxes. Presently in America, the half that pay no income taxes receive the bulk of their income courtesy of the government, but ultimately from the half that do... (more)


July 12, 2012
GOV. RICK PERRY Expecting to extend quality health care access to millions of Americans by pressing them into the existing Medicaid system is a little like expecting to win the Indy 500 in a 1965 Chevy Corvair. It's just not the right tool for the job... (more)


July 12, 2012
MARLO LEWIS Today, the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a prominent conservative think tank, hosted a secret, four-and-a-half hour meeting of pols, wonks, and activists, including several self-identified 'progressives,' to develop a PR/legislative strategy to promote and enact a carbon tax... (more)


July 12, 2012
NEWSMAX Another late-Friday afternoon release from the White House -- this one on how agencies should communicate with the public in emergencies -- has Internet privacy advocates crying foul over a possible power grab. The executive order -- "Assignment of National Security and Emergency Preparedness Communications Functions" -- was released last Friday in the late afternoon... (more)


July 12, 2012
BLOOMBERG Republican voters, who in April approved of the way the U.S. Supreme Court was doing its job by better than 2-1, reversed their opinion after justices voted to uphold President Barack Obama's health-care law, according to a poll released today. The survey by Hamden, Connecticut-based Quinnipiac University found 54 percent of Republicans disapproving of the high court's performance and 35 percent approving... (more)


July 12, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY Rep. Andre Carson, D-Ind., who now is under fire for suggesting the U.S. needs to be "looking at" the Islamic madrassa model of education which teaches the Quran, has a history of association with a radical Muslim group that was an unindicted co-conspirator in a scheme to raise money for Hamas... (more)


July 11, 2012
RICH LOWRY Tom Vilsack is one of the most important welfare administrators in the nation. Oh, yeah -- he's also secretary of agriculture. Two-thirds of the Agriculture Department's budget is devoted to welfare programs. The biggest is food stamps, which is now the nation's second-largest welfare program after Medicaid... (more)


July 11, 2012
GEORGE LEEF Almost everyone knows the country went through the wringer after the housing bubble burst. Now a new bubble looms before us - the higher-education bubble... (more)


July 11, 2012
DAILY CALLER Republican congressmen will introduce the most recent attempt to take on the Obama administration's contraception mandate on Tuesday evening... (more)


July 11, 2012
PHILIP KLEIN A New York Times story out today on Republican divisions on repealing President Obama's national health care law includes this quote: "Anytime Republicans are debating taxes and the economy, we're winning," said a veteran Republican campaign consultant who spoke on condition of anonymity to avoid publicly crossing his party's leadership... (more)


July 11, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES In the wake of the Supreme Court decision to uphold Arizona's law allowing police to check the immigration status of those they detain, an overwhelming majority of Americans say they want to see their own states enact the same kinds of laws... (more)


July 11, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES Russians soon may come not to praise Lenin, but to bury him. The embalmed body of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin has lain in a glass coffin in a mausoleum on Moscow's Red Square since his death in 1924. But recent comments by Russia's new culture minister have brought closer the possibility that the father of the Bolshevik Revolution could finally be laid to rest, signaling an end to the cult of Lenin... (more)


July 9, 2012
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST No less a power than the highest court in the land has stumbled into the ultimate definition of Obamacare, and in the process has finally exposed the decades-long downslide of the political class's standards for honesty. It is up to us to try to reverse that... (more)


July 9, 2012
ALAN KEYES When the U.S. Supreme Court announced its Obamacare decision, many conservatives professed to be shocked, even stunned, to hear that G.W. Bush appointee John Roberts wrote the decision in which he and the Supreme Court's anti-constitutional leftists upheld the individual mandate provision that, for many conservatives, is its most offensive feature... (more)


July 9, 2012
TIMOTHY P. CARNEY The most dangerous enemies of capitalism today are capitalists. This is becoming clearer every day to people committed to free markets. The conservative and libertarian grassroots came to deeply distrust big business after the Wall Street bailouts and Obama's stimulus and health care bills, both of which had big-business backing... (more)


July 9, 2012
JANICE SHAW CROUSE During discouraging times, pro-lifers remind themselves that William Wilberforce worked for two decades before he began to change hearts and minds and end 19th-century slavery in Great Britain. In efforts lasting twice as long, pro-life activists are just now beginning to see signs of success. A recent Gallup Poll found that 50 percent of American adults define themselves as pro-life (up 5 percent from 2011)... (more)


 

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