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May 19, 2011
CINDY SIMPSON Obama finally produced a long-form birth certificate, and as predicted, the media is using a rolled-up copy "to further beat the sizeable percentage of the population with [eligibility] doubts into either embarrassed or apologetic submission." The most popular birther-bashing method: charges of racism... (more)


May 18, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY A major national publication that endorsed Barack Obama for president in 2008 today published a completely fabricated news story claiming Jerome Corsi's new best-selling "Where's the Birth Certificate," published by WND Books, has been disavowed by the publisher and taken out of stores nationwide, with refunds offered to purchasers... (more)


May 18, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Mitt Romney has all the trappings of a GOP presidential front-runner except for one important thing: enthusiasm from party activists. Romney raised a remarkable $10.25 million on Monday; Republican officials from across the nation meeting the next day in Dallas mostly shrugged... (more)


May 18, 2011
NEWSMAX Tea party favorite Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., is very close to tossing her hat in the ring for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination and may announce her candidacy in May rather than June, as initially expected... (more)


May 18, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES In late 2010, General Motors agreed to sponsor a propaganda film celebrating the 90th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The CCP made film titled (translated to English) "The Birth of a Party" or "The Great Achievement of Founding the Party" is set to premiere all over the Communist nation on June 15 reported China AutoWeb last September... (more)


May 18, 2011
NEWSMAX Senate Democrats plan to force a vote this week on federal judicial nominee Goodwin Liu. Republicans blocked the nomination of the Berkeley law professor to a seat on the Ninth Circuit because they are wary of his views on same-sex marriage and U.S. deference to international law, the Washington Wire blog of the Wall Street Journal reports... (more)


May 18, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Faith is innate. That's the simple conclusion of a poll conducted by England's Oxford University to discover the dimensions of the human tendency to seek God. The results affirm what most of us already know: Human beings are born to believe... (more)


May 18, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN Hear that? It's the escalating cry of American employers and workers trying to hold on to their health care benefits in the age of stifling Obama health insurance mandates: Gangway! Gangway! Save me! Waive me!... (more)


May 18, 2011
WALTER E. WILLIAMS The liberal vision of government is easily understood and makes perfect sense if one acknowledges their misunderstanding and implied assumptions about the sources of income. Their vision helps explain the language they use and policies they support, such as income redistribution and calls for the rich to give something back... (more)


May 18, 2011
JOHN GIZZI One political controversy that came up repeatedly during the meeting of Republican state chairmen here May 15 to 17 was the latest effort by liberals nationwide to scrap the Electoral College in favor of popular election of the President... (more)


May 17, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY Amid questions about the authenticity of Obama's posted birth records raised by the registration number, a researcher has discovered a possible explanation... (more)


May 17, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS A top Republican senator in the bipartisan "Gang of Six" seeking agreement to cut the deficit by $4 trillion over the next decade dropped out of the group Tuesday, saying that his colleagues weren't willing to cut enough from benefit programs like Medicare... (more)


May 17, 2011
NAT HENTOFF Thomas Jefferson often insisted that the ultimate guardians of our rights and liberties are We the People. But when many Americans are largely ignorant of the Constitution, an imperial president -- like George W. Bush or Barack Obama -- can increasingly invade our privacy; and now, with Obamacare, ration our health care and -- for some -- our very lives... (more)


May 17, 2011
NEWSMAX Richard Viguerie, the stalwart tea party supporter and chairman of ConservativeHQ.com, says conservatives are markedly unenthusiastic about the GOP's field for 2012 and are "sitting on the sidelines"... (more)


May 17, 2011
REUTERS The majority Republican Minnesota Senate on Monday voted to restrict abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy except in medical emergencies, a measure expected to be vetoed by Democratic Governor Mark Dayton... (more)


May 17, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH I think people are missing the main point of Obamacare's alleged "death panels": Obama has forfeited any claim to moral authority in pursuit of his so-called health care reform. It is indisputable that the thrust of Obama's push for Obamacare was that too many Americans were being denied access to medical care, and that health care "should be a right for every American"... (more)


May 16, 2011
WALL STREET JOURNAL The U.S. government is expected to hit the $14.294 trillion debt ceiling Monday, setting in motion an uncertain, 11-week political scramble to avoid a default. The Treasury Department said Monday it will stop issuing and reinvesting government securities in certain government pension plans, part of a series of steps designed to delay a default until Aug. 2... (more)


May 16, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS A federal judge ruled Monday there is no constitutional right to carry a hidden gun in public -- a decision that dealt a setback to gun-rights advocates who had challenged how much discretion California law enforcement officials have in issuing concealed weapons permits... (more)


May 16, 2011
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST So some social workers tell us "Children never lie" about sexual abuse? Garbage! Totally discredited herewith: Dr. Richard A. Gardner, a Columbia University professor of child psychiatry, is skeptical of the practice of many Child Protective Service (CPS) workers who describe their job as that of "validators"... (more)


May 16, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS After months of flirting with politics, Donald Trump said Monday he won't run for president, choosing to stick with hosting "The Celebrity Apprentice" over entering the race for the Republican nomination... (more)


May 15, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Mike Huckabee's decision to forgo a shot at the presidency further muddies the field for a worthy Republican challenger to President Barack Obama, and leaves America's social conservatives without a clear candidate to throw their support behind... (more)


May 15, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH Can you imagine how insufferable President Obama would be about his record in office if he actually had abundant positive accomplishments? Have we ever seen a starker contrast between a politician's record and his self-assessment of it?... (more)


May 14, 2011
PATRICK GARRY, RA ANALYST The advice of my grandmother, whom no one would call a spontaneous optimist, was: Be careful of success, because there's always a failure somewhere in it. The public relations corollary of that advice might be: If you boast too much about your successes, people will eventually begin to see the failures... (more)


May 14, 2011
NEWSMAX Many Republican congressmen have expressed opposition to an increase in the $14.3 trillion debt ceiling. And a new Gallup poll shows Republican voters feel the same way... (more)


May 14, 2011
POLITICO President Barack Obama has ordered photos of Osama bin Laden's dead body to be kept secret, but a growing number of news organizations, conservative groups and transparency activists are pushing for their release -- pitting the public's right to know against fears of inciting anti-American violence... (more)