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June 4, 2012
THOMAS SOWELL — Attorney General Eric Holder recently told a group of black clergymen that the right to vote was being threatened by people who are seeking to block access to the ballot box by blacks and other minorities... (more)


June 2, 2012
CNS NEWS — The Republican-controlled House of Representatives, which took office in January 2011, has enacted federal spending bills under which the national debt has increased more in less than one term of Congress than in the first 97 Congresses combined... (more)


June 2, 2012
MICHELLE MALKIN — Six-term entrenched incumbent Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, is attacking his conservative challenger, Dan Liljenquist, over his alleged support for tax hikes in Washington. My sides ache... (more)


June 2, 2012
BLOOMBERG — Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, in a break with his party, said he could support tax increases to help reduce the federal government's budget deficit. The brother of former President George W. Bush told a congressional panel in Washington today that he could back a theoretical deficit-reduction package that would include $1 in tax increases for every $10 in spending cuts... (more)


June 2, 2012
NEWSMAX — Ed Klein's blockbuster new book about President Obama is No. 1 on the New York Times' list of best-sellers for the second straight week, despite being ignored by virtually the entire "mainstream media"... (more)


June 2, 2012
DAVID LIMBAUGH — The gubernatorial recall election in Wisconsin next week is important as an imperfect test case to indicate how Democratic propaganda will work against facts this election year. Liberals are usually the ones who arrogantly throw around the charge that Republicans and conservatives are fact- and science-challenged and averse to reality... (more)


June 1, 2012
PATRICK GARRY, RA ANALYST — There are two promises that modern liberalism asserts -- two images about itself that it propagates. First, that it strives to fulfill the communal bonds and yearnings of human beings, to mitigate the harsh brutalities of an Ayn Rand-type of conservatism. And second, that it, and only it, represents the needs and interests of the common person... (more)


May 31, 2012
ALAN KEYES — This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Restoring Representation. Step Two: Focus on restoring the political standard of America's founders and renewing America's common bond... (more)


May 31, 2012
FRED HUTCHISON, RA ANALYST — The scientists whose voices are quoted in the popular press sound like they are certain about global warming. But do they have adequate grounds for that certitude? Have they really done their homework?... (more)


May 31, 2012
MATT PATTERSON — June is shaping up to be a pivotal month for American liberty. On one front, the Supreme Court is expected in June to hand down its decision on the constitutionality of Obamacare, specifically, the individual mandate provision of President Obama's signature health care law, which requires Americans to purchase health insurance or face government sanction... (more)


May 31, 2012
JOHN FUND — Every president comes to Washington with a coterie of outside advisers, friends, and fixers they've picked up during the course of a career. Eventually one or more of them becomes controversial. Richard Nixon had Bebe Rebozo. Jimmy Carter had his brother Billy and Bert Lance. Ronald Reagan had Mike Deaver... (more)


May 31, 2012
NEWSMAX — World powers are being too soft over Iran's nuclear program by only asking an end to low-grade enrichment, Israel's prime minister said Tuesday, charging that Tehran is proceeding to develop atomic weapons... (more)


May 31, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES — There's nothing so profitable as being among the concerned climate experts who preach austerity. These enlightened few hector ordinary Americans into sacrificing their functional light bulbs, toilets and sport utility vehicles so the planet can be preserved. According to them, failure to give up these luxuries will overheat the globe and provoke devastating floods and hurricanes... (more)


May 31, 2012
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Ted Cruz didn't win Texas' Republican Senate primary outright Tuesday. But his showing was strong enough to force the race into a midsummer runoff election and demonstrate that the Tea Party movement is far from dead... (more)


May 31, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY — A Madrid-based investigative journalist who has spent years researching the Bilderberg group -- that shadowy organization of high-level leaders in finance and government -- is warning that there's no "conspiracy theory" behind the group: "It's a conspiracy reality."... (more)


May 31, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES — Chantilly's Westfields Marriott hotel is the site of an "unprecedented" security crackdown as the world's richest and most powerful arrive for the annual Bilderberg conference. Hundreds of demonstrators are expected to protest the highly secretive gathering, which kicks off Thursday and lasts through the weekend... (more)


May 31, 2012
MICHELLE MALKIN — The first lady of the United States is on a whirlwind publicity tour for her hefty new food-and-gardening book ($30), which the White House hopes will bolster Team Obama's favorability ratings. I'd say it's a classic recipe for rank campaign hypocrisy and media double standards... (more)


May 30, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES — Congress is set to wade into one of the most sensitive topics in the abortion debate, with a House vote Wednesday on a bill that would ban abortions that are performed solely because of an unborn child's sex... (more)


May 30, 2012
LIFE NEWS — The investigative pro-life group Live Action, which has released videos exposing the abuses at the Planned Parenthood abortion business across the country, has released a new video today showing a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Austin, Texas encouraging a woman to get a sex-selection abortion... (more)


May 30, 2012
GARY BAUER — No one would have predicted it, but President Obama has created a more pro-life America. I don't mean to say that the president himself is pro-life; in fact, he is still the most pro-abortion president in U.S. history. But in part due to his extremism and overreach, Obama has caused Americans to recoil in horror from what it means to support abortion and to embrace the other side... (more)


May 30, 2012
JOSEPH FARAH — As the 45th anniversary of the 1967 "Six-Day War" and the capture of Jerusalem by the children of Israel approaches, it occurs to me the best evidence God is real is the mere existence of the modern state of Israel. Sure, as the Bible says, we can look at Creation itself for proof: "For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead... (more)


May 30, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY — Billionaire businessman Donald Trump smacked CNN today, telling lead political anchor Wolf Blitzer the network would improve its dismal viewer ratings if it would only report the issue of Barack Obama's eligibility to be president "accurately."... (more)


May 28, 2012
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST — It has been a century since Woodrow Wilson reportedly opined that young boys should grow up to be as unlike their fathers as possible. Whether he worded it exactly that way, our 28th president surely pursued the goal, both as educator and as politician... (more)


May 28, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY — Editor's note: Most Americans remember Jeremiah Denton from an extraordinary ABC News broadcast in 1966 during the Vietnam War. A Navy A-6 Intruder pilot, Denton had been shot down over North Vietnam and imprisoned as a POW in the infamous "Hanoi Hilton." After being repeatedly tortured to persuade him to speak against the U.S., he was forced to participate in an internationally televised interview intended as a propaganda showcase featuring his forced "confession."... (more)


May 28, 2012
ROBERT F. TURNER — Many reading this probably don't know it, but at 1 p.m. Monday afternoon, the Pentagon will host a "Welcome home" ceremony for Vietnam War veterans at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the Mall. If it comes off, it will be a good thing. A lot of very brave men fought nobly in that conflict, only to return home to be treated with scorn and disrespect... (more)