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November 4, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES The right to own and profit from private property is under concerted assault from politicians and interest groups seeking new ways to take what you have so they can use it themselves. Virginians have an opportunity Tuesday to make government think twice about trying to take away their homes... (more)


November 3, 2012
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY The bough was thick and wet, and his mouth a tense rictus as he trembled under its weight. But my ten-year-old steadied his hockey-stud legs and carted it off the driveway, then another 30 yards down the street. It landed with a thud in the first space he found along a growing curbside forest... (more)


November 3, 2012
BLOOMBERG Officials along the storm-battered coasts of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut are working to identify alternate polling places for the Nov. 6 election to replace those without power or damaged by Hurricane Sandy... (more)


November 3, 2012
TIMOTHY P. CARNEY Forecasting elections, with my boss Bob Novak, used to be my full-time job. We did pretty well. In 2002, we correctly called a 51-49 U.S. Senate (we got two races wrong, and they cancelled each other out), and in 2004, we also did very well on House and Senate races, plus we called the Electoral College, I recall, within one state... (more)


November 3, 2012
MICHAEL BARONE Fundamentals usually prevail in American elections. That's bad news for Barack Obama. True, Americans want to think well of their presidents and many think it would be bad if Americans were perceived as rejecting the first black president... (more)


November 3, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY The Obama administration's lead investigator into the Benghazi attack, former Ambassador Thomas Pickering, previously held clandestine meetings with Hamas aimed at opening U.S. dialogue with the terrorist group, according to informed Middle Eastern security officials... (more)


November 3, 2012
REZA KAHLILI Work surrounding Iran's latest secret nuclear site continues unabated, new satellite images from DigitalGlobe show. The existence of the site was revealed by WND on Oct. 8. The site -- Velayat 1 -- which is in the province of Isfahan on the outskirts of the small city of Najafabad, was built for research and development and has a capacity of 800 centrifuges for uranium enrichment... (more)


November 3, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY "Batman" actor Christian Bale is blasting the "horror" of the Chinese government's one-child policy, in which women are forced to abort their unborn children because of population limits imposed by the government... (more)


November 3, 2012
CBS HOUSTON A Texas woman claims she was told that her "Vote the Bible" T-shirt may be offensive and was forced to cover up when she went to vote early at the City Hall in Taylor County, Texas last week, MyFoxAustin.com reported... (more)


November 1, 2012
ALAN KEYES This morning, I read an article reporting what Roman Catholic Archbishop of Philadelphia Charles Chaput said about the priority that should govern how Catholics cast their vote. "We're Catholics before we're Democrats. We're Catholics before we're Republicans. We're even Catholics before we're Americans, because we know that God has a demand on us prior to any government demand on us."... (more)


November 1, 2012
FRED HUTCHISON, RA ANALYST The state and federal judges who have reviewed Terri Schiavo's* case are influenced by the medical diagnosis made by a few doctors that Terri is in a "persistent vegetative state" (PVS)... (more)


November 1, 2012
ANDREW NAPOLITANO Can you vote by not voting? We are in a presidential election year in which the critical issues have been how much personal behavior the federal government should regulate and how much private wealth it should transfer and consume, rather than whether it should do so. Many folks are fed up with what George W. Bush and Barack Obama have brought us and fear more of the same from Mitt Romney... (more)


November 1, 2012
BLOOMBERG Driven by spending from outside groups, the cost of the 2012 U.S. election will exceed $6 billion, $700 million more than four years ago, the Center for Responsive Politics estimated... (more)


November 1, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY Legendary martial arts champion and film tough guy Chuck Norris is asking residents of Alabama to support Judge Roy Moore's campaign for chief justice of the state Supreme Court... (more)


November 1, 2012
NEWSMAX The Obama administration's reluctance to talk about what happened in Benghazi, Libya is worse than Watergate, counterterrorism expert Michael Scheuer told Newsmax TV, and Americans will not learn what happened because President Barack Obama wants to protect his chances at being re-elected... (more)


November 1, 2012
REUTERS The Obama administration on Wednesday cleared the way for the U.S. Supreme Court to revive a lawsuit that challenges the 2010 healthcare overhaul on religious grounds, including a claim that it helps fund abortions... (more)


November 1, 2012
CNS NEWS The birth rate in the United States hit an all-time low in 2011, according to a report released this month by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention... (more)


November 1, 2012
MICHELLE MALKIN In June, a diffident and self-deluded President Obama claimed that "the private sector is doing fine." Last week, the private sector responded: Speak for yourself, buster. Who needs an "October Surprise" when the business headlines are broadcasting the imminent layoff bomb in neon lights?... (more)


November 1, 2012
POLITICO Iowa has joined Texas in warning international election observers of possible criminal prosecution if they violate state laws and get near polling places on Election Day... (more)


November 1, 2012
MARION STAR Joan Stevens was one of several early voters at the polls on Monday. But when Stevens tried to cast her ballot for president, she noticed a problem. Upon selecting "Mitt Romney" on the electronic touch screen, Barack Obama's name lit up... (more)


October 31, 2012
JAMES LAMBERT Annie Meadows has a very compelling and remarkable story. As a girl she was introduced to the occult through dabbling with the Ouija board... (more)


October 31, 2012
ASSOCIATED PRESS The most devastating storm in decades to hit the country's most densely populated region upended man and nature as it rolled back the clock on 21st-century lives, cutting off modern communication and leaving millions without power Tuesday as thousands who fled their water-menaced homes wondered when -- if -- life would return to normal... (more)


October 31, 2012
REUTERS The U.S. federal agency in charge of disaster relief, under intense pressure to show the Obama administration can quickly respond to the devastation caused by the massive storm Sandy, said it has plenty of cash to deliver timely aid to the millions of people struggling to recover... (more)


October 31, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES Although Hurricane Sandy blew President Obama's re-election campaign far off its charted course, Mr. Obama still had the advantage over Republican rival Mitt Romney on Tuesday, embracing the presidential role of coordinating emergency relief efforts across the Eastern seaboard... (more)


October 31, 2012
NEWSMAX New York City's top priority is dealing with the effects of the superstorm so Mayor Michael Bloomberg turned down an offer from President Barack Obama to visit the city, Politico reported. Bloomberg and the president agreed that the timing just wasn't right for a visit and Obama instead will visit New Jersey on Wednesday... (more)