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March 16, 2013
REUTERS The North Dakota Senate approved what would be the most restrictive abortion law in the United States on Friday, a measure banning the procedure in most cases once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, as early as six weeks... (more)

March 16, 2013
FINANCIAL TIMES Chinese doctors have performed more than 330m abortions since the government implemented a controversial family planning policy 40 years ago, according to official data from the health ministry... (more)

March 16, 2013
NEWSMAX In a stunning reversal of position, Republican Ohio Sen. Rob Portman has told newspapers in his state that he now supports same-sex marriage, after revealing his son is gay. His staff said he told GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney of his son Will's sexual orientation while he was being considered as a potential running mate... (more)

March 16, 2013
PENNY YOUNG NANCE With all of the talk of women lately, why has no one sounded the whistle that March is Women's History Month? During the 1960s, feminist-movement moguls such as Betty Friedan championed themselves as liberators of the poor and miserable stay-at-home mothers. They deemed motherhood as a life sentence with no hope of parole... (more)

March 16, 2013
NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre is not cowed by the criticism he and his organization have received in the wake of the shooting in Newtown, Conn. In a fiery speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference -- met with cries from the audience of "Right! Right!" and "Amen!" -- LaPierre dismissed Democrats' calls for expanding background checks and called once again for putting armed guards in schools across the country... (more)

March 16, 2013
WORLDNETDAILY Just days after WND published multiple reports about how returning veterans were being deprived of their Second Amendment rights without a court-based adjudication competency process, members of the U.S. Senate say they have had enough, and are seeking a change... (more)

March 16, 2013
NEWSMAX Former Attorney General Edwin Meese told CPAC 2013 attendees that the best approach for the country's future is one that emphasizes returning to the original principles that built the United States, as opposed to the more powerful centralized government favored by President Barack Obama... (more)

March 16, 2013
IB TIMES President Obama has many supporters in Hollywood, but Pat Boone is definitely not one of them. The 78-year-old actor and singer went on Fox Business News on Wednesday bashing Obama's politics, calling him a "Marxist" and "socialist."... (more)

March 16, 2013
ANDREW NAPOLITANO What if a dictator in America used the force of law to tell you what to eat? What if the same dictator told you what to drink? What if the dictator told you the sizes of the containers in which you could purchase a lawful beverage? What if the dictator just made up the rules according to his own personal taste?... (more)

March 16, 2013
JOSEPH FARAH To listen to Barack Obama and fear-mongers like Sen. Patty Murray, Rep. Paul Ryan's budget would lead to a fiscal apocalypse. But when I look at the Ryan budget, I see business as usual in Washington -- the kind of business as usual that will indeed lead inevitably to an economic apocalypse because it fails to move the country an inch close to constitutionally limited government, fails to address unsustainable "entitlement" programs and actually increases the national debt for the next 10 years... (more)

March 16, 2013
WASHINGTON TIMES The House on Friday rejected a Democratic push to raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10, shooting down one of President Obama's priorities from his State of the Union speech. The 233-184 defeat also exposed divisions within the Democratic Party. Where Mr. Obama called for a hike from the current $7.25 to $9 an hour, congressional Democrats pushed for a $10.10 rate... (more)

March 16, 2013
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY After listening to Rand Paul speak at National Review's Washington office, Bob Costa concludes that the senator is leading one side of what is "nothing less than a fight for the soul of the GOP on foreign policy." Let's hope so... (more)

March 16, 2013
U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT Do you want to keep drones out of your backyard? An Oregon company says that it has developed and will soon start selling technology that disables unmanned aircraft. The company, called Domestic Drone Countermeasures, was founded in late February because some of its engineers see unmanned aerial vehicles... (more)

March 16, 2013
MICHELLE MALKIN Last week, I reported on the federal government's massive new student-tracking database, which was created as part of the nationalized Common Core standards scheme. The bad news: GOP "leadership" continues to ignore or, worse, enable this Nanny State racket (hello, Jeb Bush)... (more)

March 16, 2013
KATRINA TRINKO She's back. Since the election, Representative Michele Bachmann of Minnesota has been a no-show on the national stage. The tea-party favorite, once a frequent presence on the cable-news circuit, has retreated from the spotlight. In the aftermath of a failed presidential bid, followed by just barely eking out a win over her Democratic opponent in November, Bachmann has kept her head down... (more)

March 14, 2013
ALAN KEYES My last post was another of my frequent attempts to warn people against falling prey to the political claymore mines of the sham party system. These are events, like Rand Paul's Mini-Me filibluster (oops, I mean filibuster, of course), orchestrated by the system's elitist faction controllers in order to waste principled conservatives (in terms of their political hopes and resources) who might otherwise devise a successful vehicle for opposing the de facto coalition government the GOP has formed with Obama... (more)

March 14, 2013
FRED HUTCHISON, RA ANALYST The culture war is in part a fight against evil. This essay will focus upon the nature of evil, how we should confront evil, and the agendas and tactics of evil we may encounter in the culture war... (more)

March 14, 2013
REUTERS Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina was elected in a surprise choice to be the new leader of the troubled Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday, taking the name Francis I and becoming the first non-European pontiff in nearly 1,300 years... (more)

March 14, 2013
WASHINGTON TIMES Wednesday marked several firsts for the Roman Catholic Church with the papal election of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina: As Pope Francis, he becomes the first pontiff from the Americas, the first non-European pope in more than a millennium, and the first Jesuit successor to the Throne of St. Peter... (more)

March 14, 2013
DANIEL FOSTER Jan van Lohuizen, a former George W. Bush pollster with a Ph.D. from Rice, is on a mission to show that opposition to same-sex marriage is a political and demographic dead end, propped up by a shrinking core of the old, the undereducated, and the highly churched. Bitter clingers, if you will, to the idea of traditional marriage... (more)

March 14, 2013
TIMOTHY P. CARNEY Gun control efforts are largely a culture-war offensive by liberals who dislike the parts of America that own guns and love guns. This meddling motivation shines through in the rhetoric of gun control advocates and in the laws they push... (more)

March 14, 2013
PHILIP KLEIN Let's say your car is on cruise control at 100 miles per hour, and there's a brick wall in the distance. The responsible course of action would be to slow down gradually and turn the car so it's no longer pointed toward the brick wall... (more)

March 14, 2013
WASHINGTON TIMES The spooks don't preside over the most secretive agency of the government. It's no place for spies or their spymasters, so it isn't the Central Intelligence Agency, the National Security Agency or even the Office of National Intelligence. The place where the deepest secrets are kept is where the gnomes of the central banks work... (more)

March 14, 2013
REUTERS The Obama administration is drawing up plans to give all U.S. spy agencies full access to a massive database that contains financial data on American citizens and others who bank in the country, according to a Treasury Department document seen by Reuters... (more)

March 14, 2013
TECHNEWSDAILY China is building one of the world's largest drone fleets aimed at expanding its military reach in the Pacific and swarming U.S. Navy carriers in the unlikely event of a war, according to a new report. The Chinese military -- known as the People's Liberation Army (PLA) -- envisions its drone swarms scouting out battlefields, guiding missile strikes and overwhelming opponents through sheer numbers... (more)


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