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July 27, 2011
SACRAMENTO BEE Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday nominated UC Berkeley law professor Goodwin Liu to the California Supreme Court, two months after Republican opposition forced Liu to withdraw his nomination to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals... (more)


July 27, 2011
REUTERS Two days after same-sex marriage became legal in New York, the state's attorney general has taken legal action challenging the constitutionality of the U.S. law which defines marriage as between a man and woman... (more)


July 27, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN Wu-hoo! Welcome to another freaky ethics fiasco brought to you by the D.C. den of dysfunctional Democrats. This one comes clothed in a Tigger costume, wrapped in blinders, and bathed in the fetid Beltway odor of eau de Pass le Buck... (more)


July 26, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES It is a well-told story that the mainstream media - at least to a small degree - have a liberal bias. It's surprising, then, that few people have examined, or even asked, a potentially more important question: Does the bias matter? If the media reports the news with a certain slant, how does it affect those who take in the content?... (more)


July 26, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Congressional Democrats and Republicans waged a war of words on Monday over their debt-ceiling plans, but their agendas amount to pretty much the same thing. Washington just can't kick its spending habit. Both the blueprints cooked up by House Speaker John A. Boehner, Ohio Republican, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Nevada Democrat, claim 10-year domestic spending reductions equivalent to a bit over $1 trillion with the creation of new committees to find more spending reforms... (more)


July 26, 2011
NEWSMAX Support for President Obama is fading among two groups considered essential to his re-election: liberal Democrats and blacks, a new poll discloses. The percentage of liberal Democrats who strongly support Obama's record on jobs dropped 22 points from last year, from 55 percent to 31 percent, according to the Washington Post-ABC News survey... (more)


July 26, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH After more than 30 years of observing and covering politics, I wrote in "The Tea Party Manifesto" that there is a major misconception about a "divide" in the movement between so-called "social conservatives" and so-called "economic conservatives." What I found was that these labels are not only terribly misleading, but virtually meaningless if one's goal is to understand the dynamics at work with the conservative movement... (more)


July 26, 2011
US NEWS Twelve Democratic senators have joined 45 Republicans in a fast growing movement to halt progress on an Obama-backed United Nations effort that could bring international gun control into the United States and slap America's gun owners with severe restrictions... (more)


July 25, 2011
LOS ANGELES TIMES Gov. Jerry Brown is expected to sign a bill Monday that will increase access to college financial aid for undocumented immigrants. Brown is to appear with the author of the bill, Assemblyman Gilbert Cedillo (D-Los Angeles) at Cal State Los Angeles on Monday afternoon... (more)


July 25, 2011
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST "I think he's trying to destroy The New York Times," a newspaper editor opined to me shortly after worldwide media mogul Rupert Murdoch had acquired and poured money into upgrading The Wall Street Journal (WSJ)... (more)


July 25, 2011
NEWSMAX Journalists who need an ego boost about their chosen profession as a lofty endeavor won't like their reflection in a new poll from The Hill. Almost 70 percent of likely voters characterize the Fourth Estate as biased, and 57 percent contend that reporters are very unethical, or at least somewhat so... (more)


July 25, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES The day after New York became the sixth U.S. state to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, a traditional-values law firm filed a lawsuit to overturn the law, saying that politicians used a "corrupt legislative process" to enact it... (more)


July 24, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Thousands of opponents of gay marriage are protesting in cities across New York as the first weddings are performed in the state... (more)


July 24, 2011
NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE On Sunday, men will marry men and women will marry women, by law, in the State of New York. As we see the photos -- and watch the protests -- we should ask how and why it matters to anyone but the same-sex couples who marry. What have we learned in the Empire State and what's next for marriage, in New York and elsewhere? National Review Online asked some experts... (more)


July 24, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Inspired by a contentious Nebraska law, abortion opponents in five other states have won passage of measures banning virtually all abortions after five months of pregnancy. The late-term bans -- based on the premise that fetuses at that stage can feel pain, a view that has been disputed -- are among a record wave of more than 80 restrictions aimed at reducing access to abortion, all of them approved so far this year in state legislatures... (more)


July 24, 2011
BRYAN W. SHAW On July 7, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule -- another in an endless line of new federal environmental regulations with the stated purpose of improving air quality... (more)


July 24, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH The vaunted budget plan from the "Gang of Six" is said to be growing in popularity, but all you need to know to oppose the plan is that a "gang" is behind it. Also, President Obama and Sen. Dick Durbin both support it. But let's not stop there. We all know the major drivers of this careening national debt train are entitlement programs, yet this plan proposes no real structural reforms... (more)


July 23, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY Several tea-party leaders are getting frustrated with the Republicans in Congress and are making their voices heard. Tea Party Nation Founder and President Judson Phillips has made the rounds of the talk shows to denounce the Republicans for giving in to Democratic pressure... (more)


July 23, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS What if they yield, even a little? Call it GOP Primary Fear. A major hurdle to breaking the federal debt-ceiling impasse is the worry by House Republicans that they will invite primary election challenges from the right if they give ground to Democrats on the issue of higher tax revenues... (more)


July 22, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS The ban on gays in the military has stood for nearly a century. In 60 days, after decades of discharges, lawsuits and lobbying, that will change. On Friday, President Barack Obama fulfilled a 2008 campaign pledge and formally ended the ban... (more)


July 22, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas governor and potential Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry says he supports state rights so much that he's fine with New York allowing gay marriage. Perry told several hundred potential GOP donors in Aspen, Colo., on Friday that he's an "unapologetic fiscal conservative" and opposes gay marriage but that he's also a strong believer in the 10th Amendment... (more)


July 22, 2011
ROBERT KNIGHT Of all the bombs that liberal pundits toss at the Tea Party, none better illustrates why the GOP should actually pay attention than Thursday's article by E. J. Dionne Jr., the liberal Washington Post columnist. Mr. Dionne, who looks at President Obama's feet and sees water wings, often tries to advise the Republican Party out of the goodness of his heart... (more)


July 22, 2011
DEROY MURDOCK Almost unanimously, Washington Democrats call themselves "pro-choice." "I support a woman's right to choose!" they thunder. "Choice," of course, means abortion, and that is where the Democrats' passion for choice starts and stops... (more)


July 22, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH Barack Obama's Aug. 2 deadline for raising the debt limit is as phony as his Aug. 4 birthday. He's acting like a tough guy who is going to personally withhold the Social Security checks of widows and orphans if Republicans in Congress don't raise the limit on his credit card by trillions of dollars... (more)


July 21, 2011
JEFFREY T. KUHNER President Obama is on the verge of achieving his liberal revolution. His goal is to destroy our Judeo-Christian culture and replace it with European-style radical secularism. The administration is now contemplating forcing health insurance companies to provide free birth control - including the "morning-after" pill - as part of Obamacare... (more)


 

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