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May 1, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH The biggest shindig of the year will be held in Washington tonight -- the annual White House Correspondents Association Dinner. It has been characterized as "the Oscars for nerds." But this is not just a social event. It's not just a place where people go to be seen. It's also a news event -- one where the president speaks... (more)


May 1, 2010
MATT HADRO The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) had information that Obamacare would raise health expenditures and drive hospitals into the red prior to the final House healthcare vote, but didn't share it with members of Congress because the pending report was being internally reviewed... (more)


May 1, 2010
MICHELLE MALKIN President Obama spoke the most revealing and clarifying 10 words of his control-freak administration this week: "I think at some point you have made enough money." Peddling financial regulatory reform at a rally in Quincy, Ill., Obama then ad-libbed peculiar definitions of what he called the "American way" and the profit motive... (more)


May 1, 2010
TOM TANCREDO Today is May Day, a traditional day of celebration for Marxists and leftists around the world. The Soviet Union used to have a big parade of military might on May Day. The American left is holding rallies across the country to denounce the racism and bigotry of an entire state, Arizona... (more)


April 30, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY What a difference 24 hours make. On Wednesday, President Obama appeared to close the door on addressing immigration reform this year, saying, "We've gone through a very tough year, and I've been working Congress pretty hard. I know there may not be an appetite to dive into another controversial issue"... (more)


April 30, 2010
NPR House Republican Leader John Boehner has said that his party will repeal the new health care law if the GOP gains a congressional majority in November. "I think that we need to repeal the health care law and replace it with common-sense steps that will lower the cost of health insurance in America," Boehner (R-OH) tells NPR's Steve Inskeep... (more)


April 30, 2010
JERUSALEM POST In an attempt to launch indirect proximity talks between Israel and the Palestinians, the US has given private assurances that it would consider not using its veto power against UN Security Council condemnations of any significant new settlement activity, the Guardian reported... (more)


April 30, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS Senior Pentagon leaders on Friday warned Congress not to tamper with the ban on gays serving openly in the military until they can come up with a plan for dealing with potential opposition in the ranks... (more)


April 30, 2010
NEWSMAX Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's support remains frozen again this month around 40%, while two of his chief Republican opponents continue to draw over 50% of the vote in Nevada's U.S. Senate race... (more)


April 30, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY When hundreds of tea-party protesters -- including many elderly women -- gathered outside a civic center where President Obama was giving a public speech Wednesday, they were surprised to be greeted by police dispatched in full riot gear... (more)


April 30, 2010
DAVID LIMBAUGH President Barack Obama doesn't deserve the reputation he's had for his style and temperament and for being gracious, civil, bipartisan and post-racial. He is often ungracious, uncivil, hyper-partisan, race-oriented and vindictive. He mocks and ridicules almost for sport. More than any president in my memory, he often does not comport himself presidentially... (more)


April 30, 2010
KURT KONDRICH The news story was surreal: "A baby boy abandoned by doctors to die after a botched abortion was found alive nearly a day later. The mother, pregnant for the first time, had opted for an abortion after prenatal scans suggested that her baby was disabled"... (more)


April 29, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY A vote in the U.S. House of Representatives today has put Puerto Rico one step closer on a path to becoming the nation's 51st state. The House passed H.R. 2499, the Puerto Rico Democracy Act, on a 223-169 vote. Now the Senate will take up the measure... (more)


April 29, 2010
CHRISTIAN TELEGRAPH Two homosexual activists posed proudly in front of cameras as the first same-sex parents in Britain to jointly sign a birth certificate, reports Christian Concern for our Nation... (more)


April 28, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY A move is afoot to grant statehood to Puerto Rico, and a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives tomorrow may put the island on a path to becoming the nation's 51st state... (more)


April 28, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES An 8-foot cross honoring fallen soldiers in the remote Mojave National Preserve in California can stay where it is, because the Supreme Court said Wednesday that the Constitution nowhere requires the "eradication of all religious symbols in the public realm"... (more)


April 28, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS A referendum drive and a lawsuit have emerged as potential road blocks to Arizona's tough new law on illegal immigration that has thrust the state into the national spotlight... (more)


April 28, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES Imagine a group of angry demonstrators toting swastika-festooned protest signs calling politicians Nazis, shouting obscenities and racial remarks and throwing rocks and bottles at police officers sent to keep order... (more)


April 28, 2010
RENEWAMERICA Lloyd Marcus -- a traveling member of the Tea Party Express and composer-singer of the popular "Tea Party Anthem" -- has penned a new patriotic song titled "Take Back America." On June 5, he is gathering conservative singers and musicians from across the country to record it... (more)


April 28, 2010
STAR-TELEGRAM First Arizona, next Texas? At least two state lawmakers are planning to file immigration bills similar to a controversial law that recently went into effect in Arizona once Texas lawmakers get back to work in January... (more)


April 28, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES The sole Senate Republican working with Democrats on a bipartisan immigration bill said Tuesday that the issue will have to wait until 2012, undercutting the drive to pass a law this year and setting up a partisan floor showdown that all sides acknowledge won't produce a bill that can reach the president's desk... (more)


April 28, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES Virginia state troopers can again refer to Jesus Christ in public prayers. Republican Gov. Robert F. McDonnell late Wednesday lifted a restriction imposed by former Democratic Gov. Timothy M. Kane in 2008. Previously, troopers involved in a volunteer chaplain program had been able to invoke Jesus or otherwise pray according to their respective religions... (more)


April 28, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS The frustration had been building for years in Arizona with every drug-related kidnapping, every home invasion, every "safe house" discovered crammed with illegal immigrants from Mexico... (more)


April 28, 2010
MICHELLE MALKIN Mexican President Felipe Calderon has accused Arizona of opening the door "to intolerance, hate, discrimination and abuse in law enforcement." But Arizona has nothing on Mexico when it comes to cracking down on illegal aliens... (more)


April 28, 2010
NEWSMAX Republican Florida Gov. Charlie Crist has decided he will run as an independent in the race for U.S. Senate, Fox News reported Wednesday afternoon. The official announcement is scheduled for 5 p.m. Eastern time Thursday in St. Petersburg. Once a front-runner, Crist recently began trailing by double digits in the polls to his conservative GOP opponent, former Florida House Speaker Marco Rubio... (more)