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April 17, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH — House Speaker John Boehner says there is no daylight between his position on budget negotiations and the position of the tea party. But Boehner must be referring to some tea party his wife, Debbie, is organizing -- not the tea-party movement that made him speaker... (more)


April 17, 2011
NEWSMAX — Barack Obama raised a record-shattering $750 million on his way to winning the 2008 presidential election. But that stunning flood of cash has triggered an investigation by the Federal Election Commission, which is taking a detailed look at the campaign's records and transactions... (more)


April 16, 2011
THE HILL — The House on Friday approved a fiscal year 2012 budget resolution from Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) that seeks to drastically limit government spending next year and in years to follow... (more)


April 16, 2011
AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE — US President Barack Obama accused Republicans of wanting to turn the United States into a "Third World" country as he rallied support for his reelection campaign... (more)


April 16, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH — In my book "Crimes Against Liberty," I described President Barack Obama as dishonest, hyperpartisan, a bully, a narcissist, and a hardcore left-wing ideologue. Anyone who thinks my description is exaggerated or too harsh didn't hear his Wednesday speech on the budget... (more)


April 16, 2011
NEWSMAX — Billionaire and potential 2012 presidential candidate Donald Trump added more fuel to the debate surrounding President Barack Obama's citizenship Friday night, asking what hidden information is contained on the president's birth certificate... (more)


April 15, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — Crossing the finish line more than six months late, Congress on Thursday finally cleared a spending bill to fund government through the rest of the fiscal year, approving a hard-fought compromise that left neither side happy and that presaged more bruising fights ahead on deficit reduction... (more)


April 15, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — They don't want to undermine the work of their congressional allies, but leading conservatives and Republican presidential hopefuls are already voicing their displeasure with the spending-cut and budget deals taking shape on Capitol Hill... (more)


April 15, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — A federal appeals court Thursday threw out a ruling that would have prohibited the president from declaring a National Day of Prayer, in a decision that cheered social conservatives and occasioned much wailing and gnashing of teeth by groups advocating a strict separation of church and state... (more)


April 15, 2011
RICHARD VIGUERIE — Earlier Thursday, the Republican establishment showed their true colors towards conservative dissenters when an internal email sent from a top aide to House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) became public. According to the National Journal, McCarthy's aide, Pete Meachum, forwarded a message to GOP chiefs of staff complaining about GOP opposition to the budget deal... (more)


April 14, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH — Dear Mr. Speaker: Recently you met with Barack Obama and concluded he is not serious about making meaningful spending cuts and budgeting reforms that are desperately needed to the nation's economic challenges. I am surprised it took you this long to recognize a reality so obvious to most of us... (more)


April 14, 2011
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST — Terry Nichols, serving life without parole in the supermax prison ADX Florence in Colorado for his part in the Oklahoma City bombing (1995), says "John Doe 2" -- a mysterious accomplice in that terrorist act -- does exist. Nichols has offered "not so subtle hints" of foreign complicity in the terror attack... (more)


April 13, 2011
POLITICO — The Senate's Tea Party Caucus will face a tough decision when it comes time to vote to raise the national debt limit: Fall in line behind Republican leadership or go rogue. The founding members of the new caucus -- freshman Sens. Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and second-term Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) -- are each considering whether to mount a filibuster to block an increase of the $14.3 trillion national debt ceiling... (more)


April 13, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — With the 2011 budget battle nearly behind them, Republicans are eager to begin pressing for their 2012 budget blueprint, which would cut spending by more than $4 trillion over the next decade and revamp Medicare and Medicaid... (more)


April 13, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS — The historic $38 billion in budget cuts resulting from at-times hostile bargaining between Congress and the Obama White House were accomplished in large part by pruning money left over from previous years, using accounting sleight of hand and going after programs President Barack Obama had targeted anyway... (more)


April 13, 2011
ABC 15 — The Arizona Senate has approved a revised bill requiring presidential candidates to prove they are U.S. citizens eligible to run for the office. The bill approved Wednesday gives candidates additional ways to prove they meet the constitutional requirements to be president... (more)


April 13, 2011
REP. LAMAR SMITH — Critics of immigration enforcement often claim our immigration system is broken and that enforcement of immigration laws will not solve this problem. But this argument is flawed because we have never tried to fully enforce our immigration laws... (more)


April 13, 2011
THOMAS SOWELL — Someone once said that taxes are the price we pay for civilization. That may have been true when he said it, but today taxes are mostly the price we pay so that politicians can play Santa Claus and get reelected. That's not the worst of it. We may think of taxes as just a source of government revenue... (more)


April 13, 2011
ANN COULTER — Back in February, Obama's director of the Office of Management and Budget, Jacob Lew, promoted the White House's allegedly draconian budget cuts in The New York Times. Saying Obama was going to cut the 2012 budget to the bone, Lew droned on about the "difficult" cuts to "important" programs and the "many tough choices and deep cuts" in the proposed budget... (more)


April 13, 2011
DAVID KLINGHOFFER — An enduring liberal myth, that of the Republican "war on science," got a subtle rebuke this week when the first and only patient to receive FDA-approved embryonic-stem-cell therapy publicly revealed his identity. Timothy J. Atchison, a 21-year-old nursing student, had been partially paralyzed in a car crash... (more)


April 12, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — A federal appeals court ruled Monday that Arizona overstepped its bounds with last year's immigration enforcement law, handing the Obama administration another victory as it tries to squelch states' efforts on immigration enforcement... (more)


April 12, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY — A new Zogby International poll shows even the left is drifting away from Barack Obama's side. His re-election numbers are the lowest of his presidency so far -- at 38 percent... (more)


April 12, 2011
BERNARD GOLDBERG — Here's a safe rule of thumb for all you civilians out there: Whatever you hear from liberals in politics you will soon hear from liberals in the media. So Barack Obama tells us that the trillions in his budget are "investments"... (more)


April 12, 2011
REAL CLEAR POLITICS — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) talks about how he enjoys hearing the pledge of allegiance at the beginning of the Senate session, however does not say "under God." Instead, he says "one nation, indivisible"... (more)


April 12, 2011
DICK MORRIS — John Boehner has just given away the Republican victory of 2010 at the bargaining table. Like the proverbial Uncle Sam who always wins the war but loses the peace, he has unilaterally disarmed the Republican Party by showing that he will not shut down the government and will, instead, willingly give way on even the most modest of cuts in order to avoid it. He now has no arrows left in his quiver... (more)