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October 3, 2012
REV. MARK H. CREECH Sometime ago I read about a woman that lived out West, who looked out her window one day and saw a dead burro on the sidewalk in front of her home. So she called the city sanitation department and they sent some men out to dispose of the dead animal. But when they arrived they found the woman had changed her mind. She didn't want them to cart off the dead burro. Instead, she wanted them to take it upstairs and put it in her bathtub... (more)


October 1, 2012
STEPHEN STONE, RA PRESIDENT One of the great things about America is the opportunity for open, sincere debate by all interested citizens about what should be public policy... (more)


October 1, 2012
CLIFF KINCAID There is no question that Barack Obama is getting a lot of support by "blaming Bush" for the bad economy and other problems. Conservatives can complain all they want about media bias in favor of Obama, but there is no doubt that the record of George W. Bush's two terms as president has left a sour taste in the mouth of the electorate... (more)


October 1, 2012
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST President Barack Obama recalls that in his college days, he "sought out" the Marxist professors on campus. Judging by the way he governs, those may have been the only professors with whom he consulted... (more)


October 1, 2012
ALAN KEYES From time to time, I read a comment in the discussions of something I've written that sparks thinking that might be of general interest to my readers. I often share the results with the readers of my blog. This is one I thought might be of interest to my other readers as well.... (more)


October 1, 2012
LARRY KLAYMAN The economy is in shambles, war is about to break out in the oil-rich Middle East, our "commander in chief," Barack Hussein Obama, is AWOL and instead appears mainly on television shows like "The View" -- rather than honestly addressing the recent attack that killed an ambassador and three other Americans in Libya... (more)


October 1, 2012
JOAN SWIRSKY, RA ANALYST In the 1940s, when the Jews in America woke up to the unspeakable horror that their very own relatives or fellow-Jews in Germany, Poland, Vichy France, and all over Europe were being savagely, grotesquely, sadistically murdered by Hitler, aided and gleefully abetted by the Muslim Brotherhood...sound familiar?... (more)


October 1, 2012
BARBARA KRALIS, RA ANALYST Recently, it was learned that New York City is dispensing the abortifacient "morning-after pill" (Mifeprex, Mifepristone, and Methotrexate) to high school girls ages 14 or older in more than 50 public schools... (more)


September 30, 2012
JOSEPH FARAH In what serves as a metaphor for the shocking biblical illiteracy of the "religious left," Rev. Jim Wallis, president of Sojourners, in his opposition to free expression of opinion against Islamic jihad, issued the following written statement in the form of a press release Sept. 26... (more)


September 30, 2012
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR As the presidential debates and the election approach, questions about how the Obama administration has handled the attack in Libya that killed the US ambassador on Sept. 11 have taken a harder political edge... (more)


September 28, 2012
PETER LABARBERA Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Paul Ryan's recent politically correct reversal on homosexuals in the military (to align with his running-mate) illustrates why conservatives often lose in politics by following a defeatist model of "Kvetch and Retreat," as laid out by New York Orthodox Rabbi Mayer Schiller... (more)


September 28, 2012
CLIFF KINCAID It sounded to some Republicans like a good match-up and one they could win. In order to defeat a Marxist president, run a successful businessman or capitalist against him. The battle has been described as Bain Capital vs. Das Kapital. Bain Capital is the name of Romney's private equity firm and Das Kapital was a critique of capitalism by Karl Marx. So far, it looks like Marxism is winning... (more)


September 28, 2012
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER In mid-September 2008, Lehman Brothers collapsed and the bottom fell out of the financial system. Barack Obama handled it coolly. John McCain did not. Obama won the presidency. (Given the country's condition, he would have won anyway. But this sealed it.)... (more)


September 28, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY In an address to the United Nations General Assembly, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu challenged the U.S. and President Obama directly by calling for a "clear red line" to be drawn on Iran's enrichment of uranium, a "gunpowder" useful only in the development of nuclear weapons... (more)


September 28, 2012
NEWSMAX Obama administration claims that the attacks that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were spontaneous examples of outrage triggered by an obscure anti-Islam film appear to be unraveling, raising concerns the deaths may have been preventable... (more)


September 28, 2012
JEFFREY T. KUHNER President Obama has betrayed the American people. His administration is dissembling and engaging in a systematic cover-up. The reason: Mr. Obama does not want the public to know he bears heavy responsibility for the recent terrorist attack against the U.S. Consulate in Libya. He has American blood on his hands -- blood he cannot wash away... (more)


September 28, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY A jihadi writer who has praised the murderer of a Dutch filmmaker is offering a suggestion to cut down on the criticism of Islam around the globe: Behead the critics and post their heads along roads... (more)


September 28, 2012
REUTERS President Barack Obama maintains a lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney with 40 days left until the Nov. 6 election, the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll said on Thursday. The daily tracking poll said Obama had 49 percent support to 42 percent for Romney among likely voters. Ipsos interviewed 1,194 registered voters online for the survey... (more)


September 28, 2012
DAILY CALLER With less than six weeks to go before the election, a Fox News poll released Thursday has President Barack Obama leading Republican contender Mitt Romney by five points. Forty-eight percent of likely voters said that if the election were held today, they would vote for the Democratic ticket, while 43 percent said they would vote for Romney and Paul Ryan... (more)


September 28, 2012
WASHINGTON POST George Soros, the liberal billionaire investor who has largely laid low during the 2012 elections, announced $1.5 million in pledged donations Thursday to a trio of super PACs backing President Obama and congressional Democrats, PAC officials said... (more)


September 28, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES For more than half a century, in Hollywood message movies from "Blackboard Jungle" to "Lean on Me," Stand and Deliver" and "Dangerous Minds," academic failure and juvenile crime have haunted the corridors of failing inner-city schools that were little better than war zones... (more)


September 27, 2012
ALAN KEYES There is a phalanx of supposedly pro-life, conservative individuals and organizations helping to persuade conservative voters that Mitt Romney is pro-life; that he supports the God-endowed natural family; that he intends to respect the 2nd Amendment's protection of the people's right to keep and bear arms; that he will respect the natural rights of conscience; that he will repeal Obamacare; and so on... (more)


September 27, 2012
FRED HUTCHISON, RA ANALYST Last September, I wrote an essay about the rise of the new atheism which began with the birth of modernism, around 1750. A friend has called my attention to a book by Alister McGrath titled The Twilight of Atheism (July 2004). McGrath's thesis is that as modernism fades and postmodernism takes its place during this generation, atheism as we have known it is gradually becoming extinct... (more)


September 27, 2012
ASSOCIATED PRESS Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin has won two high-profile Republican endorsements a day after guaranteeing his candidacy would continue. On Wednesday, former GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum and Sen. Jim DeMint, a tea party star, announced support for Akin... (more)


September 27, 2012
JOSEPH FARAH Republican National Chairman Reince Priebus pleased ABC News' "This Week" by enthusiastically reiterating the self-defeating conclusion that the GOP establishment will not fund nor support Rep. Todd Akin's bid to unseat Democratic incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill in Missouri... (more)