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November 23, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN On March 5, my 18-year-old cousin disappeared from her University of Washington campus in Seattle. Marizela Perez -- 5-foot-5, 110 pounds, short black hair with brown/red highlights and bangs cut into an asymmetrical bob, wearing a dark hooded jacket, jeans and light brown suede boots -- was last seen at a Safeway grocery that fateful Saturday afternoon... (more)

November 23, 2011
ANN COULTER Bored with the Penn State scandal because it didn't implicate any prominent Republicans, the mainstream media have suddenly become obsessed with Grover Norquist​'s "Taxpayer Protection Pledge." They are monomaniacally fixated on luring Republicans into raising taxes... (more)

November 23, 2011
POLITICO A large cross that had been prominently displayed outside a chapel on an isolated military base in northern Afghanistan was taken down last week, prompting outrage from some American service members stationed there... (more)

November 23, 2011
CBS ST. LOUIS A chain of three stores that sells survival food and gear reports a jump in sales to people who are getting prepared for the "possible collapse" of society... (more)

November 23, 2011
AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE Days of protest in Egypt, ahead of elections expected to produce big wins for the Muslim Brotherhood, have stirred fears in Israel about bilateral ties and the future of the countries' peace treaty... (more)

November 23, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Arizona is taking on immigration once again. State lawmakers are collecting donations from the public to put fencing along every inch of the state's porous border with Mexico in a first-of-its-kind effort. The idea came from a state senator, Republican Steve Smith, who says that people from across the nation have donated about $255,000 to the project since July... (more)

November 22, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER To no one's surprise, members of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, a.k.a. the Super Committee, announced yesterday that it had failed to agree on a $1.2 trillion debt reduction plan. As a result, no additional spending cuts or tax hikes will go into effect this year... (more)

November 22, 2011
GOV. RICK PERRY Ever since the Department of Justice's gun-running operation known as Fast and Furious became public, the Obama administration's response has been slow and infuriating. Of particular concern is Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.'s lack of candor concerning what he knew and when he knew it... (more)

November 22, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS The former top Alabama judge known for refusing to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the state courthouse said Tuesday that he's seeking to regain his old job as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. Eight years after Roy Moore was removed from the post because of the monument dispute, he announced that he would run for the position again at a news conference on the steps of the Alabama Judicial Building in Montgomery... (more)

November 22, 2011
NATIONAL REVIEW In 2001, President Bush was under enormous pressure to allow federal funding for stem-cell research that involved the destruction of human embryos. Many Republicans in Congress favored the funding, and so, reportedly, did various White House aides and Cabinet secretaries. Among those Republicans who added to the calls for funding was former Speaker Newt Gingrich... (more)

November 21, 2011
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST From the grave, one of the most honored economists of the 20th century warns America -- and all of Western civilization -- to be wary of the mirage-like temptations offered by so-called "democratic socialism"... (more)

November 21, 2011
RICHARD VIGUERIE Ann Coulter is wrong -- and I say that, having been involved in the leadership of the national conservative movement for over 50 years, not as a "Johnny-come-lately conservative purist." I am frequently asked if Obama will be re-elected in 2012 and my answer is "not if Republicans nominate a principled, small government constitutional conservative for President"... (more)

November 21, 2011
GARY BAUER The Republican presidential nomination battle has had its share of "oops" moments--gaffes, mental lapses and verbal miscues. Not surprisingly, they've become the defining narrative about the GOP for a media desperate to distract the public from the Obama administration's failures... (more)

November 20, 2011
GLENN BECK I am a huge fan of Minnesota, but apparently some of the voters there are spending too much time in the 10,000 lakes and not enough researching candidates. Gov. Jesse Ventura? Sen. Al Franken? And, if those two aren't enough, Minnesota is the only state that voted for Walter Mondale​ instead of President Reagan in 1984... (more)

November 20, 2011
TIMOTHY P. CARNEY When Newt Gingrich says he never lobbied, he's not telling the truth. When he was a paid consultant for the drug-industry's lobby group, Gingrich worked hard to persuade Republican congressmen to vote for the Medicare drug subsidy that the industry favored. To deny Gingrich was a lobbyist requires an Obama-like word parsing over who is and who isn't a lobbyist... (more)

November 20, 2011
NATIONAL JOURNAL President Obama should abandon his run for a second term and turn over the reins of the Democratic Party to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, two one-time Democratic pollsters wrote in Monday's Wall Street Journal, which appeared online Sunday... (more)

November 20, 2011
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER In 2008, the slogan was "Yes We Can." For 2011-12, it's "We Can't Wait." What happened in between? Candidate Obama, the vessel into which myriad dreams were poured, met the reality of governance. His near-$1 trillion stimulus begat a stagnant economy with 9 percent unemployment. His attempt at Wall Street reform left in place a still-too-big-to-fail financial system, as vulnerable today as when he came into office... (more)

November 20, 2011
AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE The "time has come" to deal with Iran, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Sunday, refusing to rule out military action to curb the Islamic republic's nuclear ambitions... (more)

November 20, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES This time, Republicans may have to wait till spring -- or later -- to learn who in their party will challenge President Obama next fall. In 2008, the GOP presidential nomination battle was effectively over by February, when the revived campaign of Sen. John McCain triumphed over the moneyed war machine of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney... (more)

November 20, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH It is open season for the liberal media on any GOP presidential candidate who displays the audacity to surge in the polls, the latest targets being Herman Cain​ and Newt Gingrich​. A reasonable case can be made for some of these criticisms, and conservatives often concede the weaknesses, but there is no justification for this same media's ongoing cover-up for the current White House occupant... (more)

November 19, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Top Republican senators said late Friday the Justice Department has been stonewalling their request for more information on Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, and said her previous work as solicitor general "may satisfy both requirements for recusal" from the upcoming health-care case... (more)

November 19, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES The Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report Monday confirming Obama administration meddling in the drafting of controversial provisions of Kenya's constitution, which were ratified last year. Officials funneled $18 million in taxpayer cash to a number of groups... (more)

November 19, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH I should have known better. Despite all I have witnessed in watching Newt Gingrich over the many years he has been in public life, I starting softening to him -- largely on the basis of his debate performances. I began to think I could live with this guy as president -- which is almost understandable given the current squatter in the White House... (more)

November 18, 2011
NEWSMAX Serious crimes more than doubled in the area around Occupy Los Angeles during the first 45 days since the protesters began their encampment, Los Angeles Police Department officials said. From Oct. 1 to Monday, the LAPD reported 24 arrests for crimes including robbery, theft and aggravated assault, reports the Los Angeles Times... (more)

November 18, 2011
CNSNEWS.COM The House of Representatives rejected a proposed balanced budget amendment (BBA) on Friday in a 261-165 vote, falling 29 votes shy of the 290 votes needed to pass the measure. Most Republicans voted for the measure while a majority of Democrats opposed it. House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) said earlier this week that he would lobby his fellow Democrats to oppose the amendment... (more)


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