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August 22, 2011
NEWSMAX Conservative firebrand Rep. Allen West is castigating President Barack Obama for "shredding" the U.S. Constitution by aggressively pushing to impose his agenda through executive-branch rule-making rather than via Congress... (more)


August 22, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER President Obama will deliver yet another "major speech" after he returns from his Martha's Vineyard vacation. Among other things, he promises the speech will contain details of a new "stimulus plan" for getting America's stagflating economy back on the right track... (more)


August 22, 2011
ROBERT COSTA Political organizer Peter Singleton tells National Review Online that Sarah Palin will likely launch a presidential campaign by the end of September. "I believe that she will run," he says. "I can't see her sitting this election out"... (more)


August 21, 2011
IAN DE SILVA If you thought nobody could be as tough on illegal aliens as Arizona, then you should pay attention to what is happening in Alabama. If the anti-illegal alien legislation that Gov. Robert Bentley signed into law in June is any indication, then Alabama may very well be the state that is toughest on those crossing our border unlawfully... (more)


August 21, 2011
NEWSMAX Republicans are attacking President Barack Obama for acting like a "king that is above the law" in deciding to pick and choose which illegal aliens to deport. "The Obama administration cannot get its amnesty schemes through Congress, so now it has resorted to implementing its plans via executive fiat," said Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer... (more)


August 21, 2011
STAR PARKER Election of our nation's first black president is delivering an unexpected message to our black population. Blacks are discovering that what a man or woman does is what matters, not the color of his or her skin. It seems ridiculous to point out that this was supposedly the point of the civil rights movement. Purge racism from America. But blacks themselves have been the ones having the hardest time letting it go... (more)


August 21, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Presidential candidate Jon Huntsman is pounding away at rival Rick Perry's skepticism of manmade global warming and criticism of the nation's central banker, saying those stands hurt the GOP and make the Texas governor come off as a not-so-serious national figure... (more)


August 20, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES President Obama is chilling out at the beach while the country's economic engine is headed for a deep freeze. Those lucky enough to have a job will slug it out at work Monday while Mr. Obama parties with the rich and powerful... (more)


August 20, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH Michele Bachmann's adversaries and media detractors will come up with any excuse to attack her. In fact, they don't even need an excuse. One supposedly "conservative" media outlet broke the big story that she occasionally gets migraine headaches -- as if this would be some kind of disqualifier for a presidential candidate... (more)


August 20, 2011
RICHARD VIGUERIE Washington's establishment pundit class, both Republican and Democrat, has been spinning into overdrive on the rumor that House Budget Committee Chairman Republican Paul Ryan of Wisconsin was thinking about running for President... (more)


August 19, 2011
NEWSMAX Many Republicans oppose the healthcare law passed last year. And for presidential candidate Herman Cain, a cancer survivor, it's personal. "If Obamacare had been fully implemented when I caught cancer, I'd be dead," the businessman said at a campaign event Thursday in Lexington, S.C., reports The Hill... (more)


August 19, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN Is there anything more condescending than a porcelain-skinned Hollywood liberal who attempts to show her presumed solidarity with minorities by referring to them as "people of color"? Yes, there is: Two porcelain-skinned liberals attempting to show their allegiance to "diversity" by attacking "people of color" who happen to disagree with their radical politics... (more)


August 18, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY At the request of tea-party leaders in Arizona, famed Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has agreed to examine evidence challenging the validity of Barack Obama's purported long-form birth certificate in a determination of the president's eligibility for the 2012 election ballot... (more)


August 18, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Parenthood is ending abortion services in three Arizona cities to comply with recent state laws that placed restrictions on abortions, the organization announced Thursday... (more)


August 18, 2011
PAUL A. BYRNE, M.D. The August 29, 2000 Address of Blessed John Paul II is often quoted by those in support of obtaining vital organs for transplantation, but other statements by Pope John Paul II and a more recent statement by Pope Benedict XVI are ignored... (more)


August 17, 2011
NEWSMAX Nearly two years after shouting "You lie" at President Barack Obama during an address to a joint session of Congress, South Carolina Rep. Joe Wilson says he has been vindicated. Wilson was heavily criticized for breaching decorum by yelling out during Obama's speech outlining his healthcare plans. But now he says he has been proved right, according to The Hill... (more)


August 17, 2011
POLITICO Larry Klayman -- the conservative gadfly and attorney whose prolific lawsuits made him the bane of the Clinton administration -- just won a round in court against the Obama administration's health care reform effort. Klayman and a new legal group he founded, Freedom Watch, filed suit in 2009 against President Barack Obama and what Klayman called the "Obama Health Reform De Facto Advisory Committee"... (more)


August 17, 2011
NEWSMAX Arizona won a victory against Planned Parenthood, the abortion and women's health provider, after an appellate court removed the group's injunction against state legislation that interfered with its activities, reports CNSNews.com... (more)


August 17, 2011
DENNIS PRAGER There is only one solution to the world's problems, only one prescription for producing a near-heaven on earth. It is 3,000 years old. And it is known as the Ten Commandments. Properly understood and applied, the Ten Commandments are really all humanity needs to make a beautiful world... (more)


August 17, 2011
NEWSMAX Just 20 percent of Americans now support continued U.S. military action in Libya, a new low -- down from 26 percent in June and 24 percent in July, a new Rasmussen Reports poll reveals. For the first time, a majority of voters -- 52 percent -- oppose continued American military action in the North African country, while 28 percent are not sure... (more)


August 17, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES A day after clashing with a tea party activist, President Obama Tuesday told crowds here that it was "a faction in Congress" that was to blame for blocking economic progress. At a rural jobs forum, Mr. Obama ticked off a list of pending bills that he said would create jobs... (more)


August 17, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER President Obama is barnstorming the Midwest this week on a tax-paid but transparently political bus tour. He's shaking hands, bashing Republicans at every turn in his speeches, meeting with Democratic officials and activists who support his re-election, and otherwise acting just like any other candidate pressing the flesh for votes... (more)


August 17, 2011
ROBERT SPENCER Texas Gov. Rick Perry has set many a heart a-flutter by joining the hunt for the Republican presidential nomination, but not so fast: Hard-Left advocacy journalist Justin Elliott of Salon hailed Perry as the "pro-Sharia candidate," and exulted that Perry "is a friend of the the Aga Khan, the religious leader of the Ismailis, a sect of Shia Islam that claims a reported 15 to 20 million adherents worldwide... (more)


August 17, 2011
HOUSTON CHRONICLE Rick Perry has counted on the staunch support of Texas conservatives during his two decades of statewide triumphs in Texas. He's an anti-tax, anti-spending, anti-regulation, anti-Washington stalwart. Richard A. Viguerie, chairman of ConservativeHQ.com and a leader on the right since the days of Ronald Reagan, called Perry a "committed conservative" whose presidential announcement "brought a wave of relief to conservatives"... (more)


August 16, 2011
REUTERS Republican presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann took aim at the Federal Reserve on Tuesday, after rival candidate Rick Perry caused a storm with fierce criticism of Fed chairman Ben Bernanke. "I've been fighting on that issue since I came into Congress," Bachmann told reporters after a stump speech to about 300 people at a drive-in restaurant in South Carolina... (more)