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October 2, 2011
JASON MATTERA "When I first announced I was leaving Fox, I said be careful what you wish for, because you will pray for the day I was on only for an hour. Now it's two hours, and we are going to be very active." There you have it: Glenn Beck​'s pledge to the virulent leftists who gave themselves public self-congratulatory pats on the back after Beck announced he was leaving his very popular Fox News program to start up his own network... (more)


October 2, 2011
NEWSMAX The number of Republicans and Democrats in the country is just about even. In fact, the gap between the parties is the smallest it has ever been in nearly nine years of monthly tracking, according to Rasmussen Reports. During the month of September, 33.9 percent of Americans considered themselves to be Republicans while 33.7 percent consider themselves Democrats... (more)


October 2, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign was grounded in meaningless platitudes, such as "hope and change." His 2012 re-election effort is grounded in meaningful platitudes centered in the destructive politics of class warfare... (more)


October 2, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH I don't get it. Some of the most notable conservative personalities in America are clamoring for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to jump into the GOP presidential contest as a kind of political savior. For the life of me, I don't understand it. Can I ask a simple question that I hope clarifies my total skepticism?... (more)


October 2, 2011
EMILY MILLER Government has rigged the game so that it can always grow larger year after year. House conservatives are pushing legislation that would undo the built-in advantage that expansionists depend on when budget season rolls around. Washington can't be allowed to cook the books any longer... (more)


October 2, 2011
CHUCK COLSON In April 2005, Katrina Effert, age nineteen, secretly gave birth to a baby boy in the downstairs bathroom. She then strangled the child, wrapped him in towels, and dropped him over the backyard fence behind a neighbor's shed... (more)


September 30, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Defying the national party officials, Florida Republicans on Friday pushed the state's primary date up to Jan. 31 -- a week ahead of the scheduled date for New Hampshire's primary -- in a move that will cause the traditional lead-off states to push their contests closer to the beginning of the new year and kick off the nomination process earlier than the National Republican Committee had hoped... (more)


September 30, 2011
NATIONAL REVIEW Hold on to your wallet: The Durbin Amendment goes into effect Saturday. The once-obscure amendment to the Dodd-Frank financial-reform bill limits "interchange fees," which banks charge to merchants for providing the service that allows stores to accept debit-card payments... (more)


September 30, 2011
JOHN HAYWARD Did you know a homegrown radicalized Muslim was just arrested for plotting to fly remote-controlled airplanes full of high explosives into the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol, as part of his long-term plan to help al-Qaeda wage "jihad" against the "enemies of Allah?"... (more)


September 30, 2011
DEROY MURDOCK It's official: America is at class war, and President Barack Obama​ proudly leads the charge against this country's wealthy. "If asking a millionaire to pay the same tax rate as a plumber makes me a class warrior -- a warrior for the working class -- I will accept that," Obama shouted Tuesday at Denver's Abraham Lincoln High School. "I will wear that charge as a badge of honor"... (more)


September 30, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH The Republican Party is poised to repeat a mistake it made in 2008 -- nominating a presidential candidate who cannot beat Barack Obama. His name is Mitt Romney. I know. I know. The polls show Obama weak. His policies are failing. Even Democrats are talking openly about an intra-party challenge at this late date... (more)


September 30, 2011
CNSNEWS.COM In an interview with conservative radio icon Sean Hannity, former President Clinton adviser and campaign manager Dick Morris stated that, after speaking with a Democratic strategist, he thinks it is "very possible" that President Obama might acquiesce to requests from the Democratic leadership in Congress and bow out of the 2012 race, leaving the door open for him to return sometime in the future... (more)


September 30, 2011
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER While diplomatically inconvenient for the Western powers, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' attempt to get the U.N. to unilaterally declare a Palestinian state has elicited widespread sympathy... (more)


September 30, 2011
NEWSMAX House Speaker John Boehner and Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams added their voices to the international outrage building over the potential execution of a Christian pastor in Iran who refuses to renounce his faith... (more)


September 29, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Most Americans complain that government is unresponsive to their wishes. But not everyone feels that way. In the space of two days, two prominent Democrats have called for less responsive government that ignores public input... (more)


September 29, 2011
JOHN HAYWARD On Wednesday, the National Federation of Independent Business petitioned the Supreme Court to review a decision from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals regarding ObamaCare. The Obama Justice Department feels good about its general track record defending the law in appeals courts, and has also filed a petition with the Supremes... (more)


September 29, 2011
NATIONAL REVIEW Soon after Texas governor Rick Perry announced his presidential campaign, a few websites, mostly liberal, compiled a list of the constitutional amendments he has at various times touted... (more)


September 28, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Hollywood is the land of make-believe. So it's fitting that President Obama found himself at the House of Blues on Monday night to tell wealthy, liberal donors that taxes need to go up to save the economy. "We can't just cut our way out of this problem," Mr. Obama said. "We've got to have some revenue"... (more)


September 28, 2011
SEN. JIM DEMINT The demise of Solyndra, the bankrupt solar panel company showered with more than a half-billion dollars in stimulus loans, exposes the fatal flaw of President Obama's jobs plans. Government officials rushed $535 million to Solyndra because the Obama administration was determined to make the company the centerpiece of its green agenda regardless of the law of supply and demand... (more)


September 28, 2011
LOS ANGELES TIMES Abortion foes in Mexico scored a victory Wednesday when the Supreme Court upheld a provision of Baja California's state constitution that says life begins at conception. Seven of the court's 11 justices deemed the measure unconstitutional, but that was one short of the eight votes needed to overturn it... (more)


September 28, 2011
JOHN HAYWARD A new Zogby poll puts Herman Cain​ at the top of the Republican field, as the top choice of 28% of poll respondents. (IBOPE Zogby International says the polling sample consists of "all likely voters and of likely Republican primary voters")... (more)


September 28, 2011
HUNTSVILLE TIMES In the latest ruling, a Birmingham federal judge this afternoon again upheld most sections of Alabama's tough new immigration law. U.S. District Judge Sharon Lovelace Blackburn this afternoon ruled on a lawsuit filed by a coalition civil rights groups and individuals seeking to block the law... (more)


September 28, 2011
NEWSMAX Americans no longer trust the mass media because their thrust has turned from news reporting to political activism, former CBS correspondent Bernie Goldberg told Bill O'Reilly on Fox News. Goldberg was responding on "The O'Reilly Factor" Tuesday night to a new Gallup poll in which 55 percent of respondents said they have little or no trust and confidence in the media, while 44 percent had some or a great deal of trust and confidence... (more)


September 28, 2011
JOHN STOSSEL Politicians say they create jobs, but they really don't. Or rather, they rarely create productive jobs. Government has no money of its own. All it does is take resources from one group and give them to another. The pharaohs might have claimed they created work when they ordered that pyramids be built, but think how much richer (and freer) the Egyptians would have been if they'd been allowed to pursue their own interests... (more)


September 28, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has reaffirmed to supporters that he isn't running for president, even as a speech he delivered at the Ronald Regan Presidential Library was likely to stoke fresh speculation about his White House ambitions... (more)