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August 29, 2011
CNN A new national survey is further proof that Texas Gov. Rick Perry's entrance earlier this month into the race for the White House has dramatically altered the battle for the Republican presidential nomination. According to a CNN/ORC International Poll of Republicans and independent voters who lean towards the GOP, Perry now sits atop the list of Republican presidential candidates, with strong support from most demographic groups... (more)


August 29, 2011
LARRY KLAYMAN I spent this week in Israel with Glenn Beck. Glenn, who left Fox News a few months ago, organized an event he called "Restoring Courage," and courageous it was. Months before his event, I had floated a similar idea that I had been promoting -- a "Hollywood Tribute to Israel" -- not only with him but a number of influential people, because, as I have written before, not only is the Holy Land "holy," the root of Judeo-Christian civilization, but its future is so tied to your own during these trying times... (more)


August 28, 2011
NEWSMAX Demonstrating that she won't cede an inch of the Christian-conservative vote to rival Republican presidential contender Rick Perry, Michele Bachmann delivered an impassioned speech laced with biblical references to the Florida Family Policy Council's Policy Awards Dinner in Orlando Saturday, urging its members to "pour yourself out" on behalf of social-conservative causes... (more)


August 28, 2011
LLOYD MARCUS Please, please, please understand, as we said in the 60s, where I'm coming from." This article is NOT about bashing homosexuals. I have homosexual family members and friends whom I love very much... (more)


August 28, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Democrats will do anything to pander for Hispanic votes in 2012. They're even in favor of amnesty and cash handouts to illegal aliens, if that's what it takes. The latest scheme from California liberals is a move to force over-burdened taxpayers to foot the bill to put illegals through college... (more)


August 28, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH President Barack Obama often tells us that his No. 1 focus is creating jobs, but his record makes you wonder what he might have done differently if his goal were to destroy jobs. Those who've examined Congressional Budget Office (CBO) data have calculated that each job allegedly created by Obama's stimulus -- and this is if you accept the fantastically generous guesstimates -- cost between $225,000 and $600,000... (more)


August 28, 2011
HERMAN CAIN Imagine living in a neighborhood where most of your neighbors wish you would move away. Since you have a right to be there and it happens to be the home of many generations of your family, you refuse to be intimidated into leaving, even though you are violently attacked frequently and sometimes family members are killed. Although painfully saddened, your resolve to remain there is not weakened... (more)


August 27, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS The Tea Party Express kicked off its fifth annual national tour Saturday with a rally in California's wine country before heading east through 19 states. The "Reclaiming America" bus tour is set to visit 29 cities, with multiple stops in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. It will reach Tampa, Fla., in time for a presidential debate co-sponsored with CNN on Sept. 12... (more)


August 27, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas Gov. Rick Perry has asked the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for nearly $350 million to cover the costs he says Texas has incurred incarcerating illegal immigrants in state prisons and county jails... (more)


August 27, 2011
RICH LOWRY The great divorce revolution of the 1960s and 1970s has faded. The great cohabitation revolution has begun. The divorce rate for married couples with children is almost back to the levels of the early 1960s, before the run-up that crested in the early 1980s. Considering the decades of social turbulence buffeting the institution of marriage between then and now, this is a notable restoration... (more)


August 27, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Before Hurricane Irene made landfall, environmental extremists were spouting off three certainties about the storm: It is catastrophic; it was caused by global warming; and it is all President Obama's fault. On Thursday, climate alarmist Bill McKibben wrote, "Irene's got a middle name, and it's Global Warming"... (more)


August 27, 2011
LARRY ELDER "I'm not afraid of anybody. ... And as far as I'm concerned, the tea party can go straight to hell." -- Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif. Waters' list of insults, vulgarities and blame-whitey scapegoating easily makes her the Al Sharpton of Congress... (more)


August 27, 2011
WALL STREET JOURNAL Federal agents swooped in on Gibson Guitar Wednesday, raiding factories and offices in Memphis and Nashville, seizing several pallets of wood, electronic files and guitars. The Feds are keeping mum, but in a statement yesterday Gibson's chairman and CEO, Henry Juszkiewicz, defended his company's manufacturing policies, accusing the Justice Department of bullying the company... (more)


August 26, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Do you remember what things were like in the hours and days following the 9/11 terrorist attacks? Evidently New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg does not... (more)


August 26, 2011
ROBERT KNIGHT We've got a word for someone who hates Christmas - Grinch. What should we call someone who hates America's Judeo-Christian heritage, even to the point of barring clergy at a ceremony at the site of a major tragedy?... (more)


August 26, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Beware, the PLA is coming. On Wednesday, the Pentagon released its annual report on Chinese military operations. It is full of mealy-mouthed wording to try to put the best possible spin on the rapid rise of the People's Republic, but one scary conclusion is unavoidable: China is becoming an increasingly serious threat to U.S. national security... (more)


August 26, 2011
AUDREY HUDSON A key House Republican is calling for congressional hearings into President Obama's decision to grant "administrative amnesty" by pulling out hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens already in the deportation pipeline... (more)


August 25, 2011
TULSA WORLD President Barack Obama alone is to blame for the nation's budget deficit -- and just about everything else, U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe told the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday... (more)


August 25, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Nearly a year and a half after President Obama signed his landmark health care overhaul into law, the growing rebellion in the states -- being fought out in courts and state legislatures -- shows few signs of easing... (more)


August 25, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Vice President Joe Biden can't keep his foot out of his mouth. On Sunday, he said he "fully understands" and "is not second-guessing" Beijing's one-child-per-family policy. The remark came during an unscripted question-and-answer session with students at China's Sichuan University... (more)


August 24, 2011
L. BRENT BOZELL III One of the greatest perversions of statism is the use of taxpayer money to push for ever more government spending and intervention. A casual listener to the far-left end of the FM dial, National Public Radio​, will quickly conclude that NPR is one of America's leading offenders in this perversion... (more)


August 24, 2011
NEWSMAX President Barack Obama is trying to use a proposed U.N. treaty on the arms trade as a backdoor method to take away Americans' freedom to own guns, actor Chuck Norris says. In an opinion piece Wednesday for Politico, the martial arts expert and star of "Walker, Texas Ranger" says the draft U.N. Arms Trade Treaty would play into what he calls the Obama administration's "secretive itch for gun control"... (more)


August 24, 2011
NEWSMAX A third poll in eight days has confirmed that Republican presidential latecomer Rick Perry now enjoys a significant lead over former front-runner Mitt Romney. Gallup's poll released on Wednesday showed the Texas governor zooming to the top of the pile and relegating Romney to second place... (more)


August 24, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS A federal judge in Birmingham is poised to hear arguments from the Obama administration and others Wednesday over whether a new Alabama immigration law constitutes an unfair assault on civil liberties or is a long-overdue effort to protect American jobs and borders... (more)


August 24, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS The most powerful earthquake to strike the East Coast in 67 years shook buildings and rattled nerves from South Carolina to Maine on Tuesday. Frightened office workers spilled into the streets in New York, and parts of the White House, Capitol and Pentagon were evacuated... (more)