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October 19, 2011
ANN COULTER The worst thing about Occupy Wall Street is that it's ruining a good cause: hating Wall Street. Just when opposing Wall Street was gaining momentum, these brain-dead zombies are forcing us to choose between thieving bankers and them... (more)

October 19, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN One of my son's Suzuki violin teachers had a wise twist on an old saying: "If at first you don't succeed, try something else." The corollary? "When you do succeed, don't stop. Do it again." The White House could use some remedial Suzuki lessons in economics. They've got everything completely bass-ackward... (more)

October 19, 2011
NEWSMAX The GOP debate in Las Vegas turned into the verbal equivalent of a bare-knuckled brawl Tuesday, as candidates jettisoned the 11th commandment against attacking a fellow Republican... (more)

October 19, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS An Oklahoma judge Wednesday temporarily blocked from taking effect a new law designed to reduce the number of abortions performed in the state by restricting the ways in which doctors can treat women with abortion-inducing drugs... (more)

October 19, 2011
JOHN STOSSEL What's there to say about Occupy Wall Street? The answer isn't so simple. Some complain about taxpayer bailouts of businesses. Good for them. In a true free market, failing firms would go out of business. They couldn't turn to Washington for help. But many protesters say they're against capitalism. Now things get confusing. What do they mean?... (more)

October 19, 2011
CNSNEWS.COM For the second straight week, President Barack Obama's job approval has dropped to a new low among blacks, according to the Gallup poll. In the week that ended on Oct. 16, Obama's approval was 79 percent among blacks. That was down from the previous low of 80 percent in the week that ended on Oct. 9... (more)

October 19, 2011
NEWSMAX Donald Trump recalls with chagrin that he supported Barack Obama for president in 2008, but says he now realizes that those moving hope-and-change speeches were nothing more than rhetoric. "I was his biggest cheerleader," the multibillionaire businessman told Sean Hannity on his Fox TV show Tuesday night... (more)

October 18, 2011
NEWSMAX America is in the middle of the most dangerous presidency the country has ever seen, conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly warns in a wide-ranging, exclusive Newsmax.TV interview to mark the first 1,000 days of Barack Obama administration... (more)

October 18, 2011
EMILY MILLER President Obama is taking a mulligan after the Democratic-controlled Senate decided not to pass his American Jobs Act last week. The commander in chief hit the campaign trail Monday in his taxpayer-funded luxury bus to drum up support for what he thinks will be a more palatable package... (more)

October 18, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH President Obama acts as though he merely sympathizes with the Wall Street occupiers' "broad-based frustration" about how America's financial system works, but he's doing a lot more than sympathizing... (more)

October 18, 2011
CHUCK NORRIS As I recently tweeted (@chucknorris), I read through the book "The Miracle of Freedom: Seven Tipping Points that Saved the World," by Chris and Ted Stewart. I highly recommend it. Immediately afterward, I started reading their other book, "Seven Miracles That Saved America," and I have been equally inspired by it. But it has prompted me to wonder: Is there an eighth miracle coming and needed to save our republic again?... (more)

October 17, 2011
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST Herman Cain has had little money and almost no organization. That may change since his "breakout from the pack" drive for the Republican presidential nomination has gained traction. The candidate sees three kinds of people in the world: those who make things happen, those who watch things happen and those who say "What the heck happened?"... (more)

October 17, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH If it's not narcissism, what explains President Obama's habit of demanding something against the people's will, being rejected, refusing to take no for an answer and berating the public he is pretending to represent? We saw it over and over with ObamaCare. By now, it's part of our national lore that he delivered some 54 speeches to sell the public on his scheme yet never made a dent in the public approval numbers... (more)

October 16, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN The trash generated by the "Occupy Wall Street" protests keeps piling up. So do the bills. Liberal media outlets claim the anarchic, anti-capitalist movement is more popular than the Tea Party. But wait until Americans across the country get a full picture of the costs of the aimless occupiers. In New York City, government officials estimate the month-long siege of Zuccotti Park has now imposed $3.2 million in overtime police costs on the public... (more)

October 16, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY A public relations firm closely partnered with the George Soros-funded Tides Foundation represented last week's anti-Wall Street march past millionaires' homes in New York, WND has learned... (more)

October 16, 2011
AUDREY HUDSON No tax dollars could be used to purchase health insurance plans that cover abortion, including ObamaCare, under legislation passed by the House on Thursday night. The vote was carried by Republicans, following a forceful debate with Democrats, 251 to 172... (more)

October 16, 2011
NATIONAL REVIEW Gov. Rick Perry has released a jobs plan. Or is it an energy plan? Or it is an EPA-reform plan? Or is it a trade-deficit plan? The plan is a bit of each, and it is a very good one. Governor Perry, under whom Texas enjoyed the strongest job-creation record of any large U.S. state, proposes to open up oil and gas production in areas in which American producers are either shut out or heavily restricted: the Gulf of Mexico, the Florida coast, and Alaska, among others... (more)

October 16, 2011
PATRICK BRENNAN California has produced some interesting laws over the years, many of them by referendum; but it is still surprising that, last year, the state legislature passed America's most powerful school-choice law, giving parents the ability to seize control of schools from teachers' unions... (more)

October 16, 2011
NEWSMAX Real-estate mogul and New York Daily News owner Mortimer Zuckerman, a longtime supporter of the Democratic Party, says President Obama doesn't seem to care for people -- and the result is an economy that is on the brink of a "potentially catastrophic" collapse... (more)

October 16, 2011
NEWSMAX U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa stopped short of calling for Attorney General Eric Holder's resignation over the fatally flawed Operation Fast and Furious today, but the California Republican said Holder "clearly knew more than he said" when he testified before Congress... (more)

October 16, 2011
ALAN KEYES Many grass-roots voters (especially those who identify with the tea party) are reacting adversely to the elite faction's assault on the Constitution. With predictable opportunism, some candidates for the GOP presidential nomination are seeking to appeal to (or else deceitfully manipulate and exploit) these voters... (more)

October 15, 2011
NEWSMAX President Barack Obama's signature healthcare reform suffered a major setback Friday as the administration pulled the plug on the assisted-living CLASS insurance program, after effectively admitting it was a boondoggle waiting to happen... (more)

October 15, 2011
NEWSMAX He is Republican, pro-defense, and hawkish on the war. He is also an unabashed Christian, although his sect is viewed with suspicion and prejudice. Oh, and he's running for president. Based on the firestorm that erupted when a presidential candidate's religion was called a "cult," it seems clear we're talking about Mitt Romney and his Mormon faith... (more)

October 15, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Now that Sens. Ben Nelson, D-Neb., Jon Tester, D-Mont., Jim Webb, D-Va., Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., have either voted against President Obama's American Jobs Act, or said they would if it came up for final passage, it is safe to say that the chief executive's second stimulus program is dead... (more)

October 14, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS A federal appeals court has issued a temporary ruling that allows police to detain immigrants that are suspected of being in the country illegally. The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued its order Friday after the Justice Department challenged what is considered as the toughest immigration law in the nation... (more)


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