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October 13, 2010
FR. FRANK PAVONE It is dismaying to hear some pro-life politicians calling for a "truce" on social issues like abortion - possible White House contenders Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels and Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour among them. Their suggestion is that it's more important to do whatever is necessary to get elected than to worry about issues that appear to be intractable... (more)


October 13, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS A federal judge issued a worldwide injunction Tuesday stopping enforcement of the U.S. military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy, ending the 17-year-old ban on openly gay troops... (more)


October 13, 2010
ILYA SHAPIRO Last week, a federal judge in Michigan dismissed part of a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of this year's health care reform. Specifically, the Clinton-appointed Judge George Steeh ruled that Congress's power to regulate interstate commerce--the Commerce Clause--provided the constitutional warrant for the requirement that everybody buy health insurance (the "individual mandate")... (more)


October 13, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM The percentage of Americans who think the federal government poses "an immediate threat" to the rights and freedoms of ordinary citizens has increased significantly over the last seven years, rising from 30 percent to 46 percent, according to a Gallup poll conducted Sept. 13-16 and released today... (more)


October 13, 2010
ARNOLD AHLERT The one thing that ostensibly elevates our democratic republic above the various outposts of global oppression is the idea that we are a nation of laws, not a nation of men. I say ostensibly because law is neither effective nor respected unless it applies equally to everyone... (more)


October 13, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH Carl Paladino, the Republican candidate for governor of New York, is in the media and political crossfire now for comments he made about homosexuality -- perfectly reasonable comments. There are several problems here that need to be addressed... (more)


October 12, 2010
GEORGE WILL Promoting his new book, Jimmy Carter, whose version of Christianity allows ample scope for what some Christians consider the sin of pride, has been doing something at which he has had long practice -- praising himself... (more)


October 12, 2010
NEWSMAX Billionaire financier George Soros says he's sitting out the 2010 midterms because he's convinced the GOP tide cannot be slowed with more of the money he used to help Democrats like Barack Obama get elected in 2008, The New York Times reported... (more)


October 12, 2010
DENNIS PRAGER In a recent column, New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow wrote: "It's sometimes easy to lose sight of just how anomalous [America's] religiosity is in the world. A Gallup report issued on Tuesday underscored just how out of line we are"... (more)


October 12, 2010
CONNIE HAIR An organized effort is underway worldwide orchestrated by a powerful Islamic political body to criminalize speech that "offends" Muslims. As much as that may sound like some fantastic conspiracy theory, these Muslim leaders broadcast their group's every move on their website--yet America's ruling elites refuse to listen... (more)


October 12, 2010
MICHELLE MALKIN Oh, this is side-splitting: After exporting U.S. jobs, importing foreign debt, and kowtowing to global thugs shamelessly over the past two years, the Obama administration is now playing the "America First" card. Democrats deserve a Guinness World Record award for their election-season cognitive dissonance... (more)


October 12, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY Chuck Harder was once one of the nation's leaders in alternative news and talk radio, until an ongoing, 18-year-long IRS audit -- which some have suspected was politically motivated -- virtually silenced his once prominent, independent voice... (more)


October 12, 2010
PATRIOT PAC Patriot PAC has unveiled Operation Black Storm, a national coalition effort to unite the nation behind the 15 black conservative congressional candidates running in key districts around the country as Republican nominees for the upcoming November elections... (more)


October 12, 2010
JASON MATTERA With rallies dubbed "Move America Forward," Barack Obama is out trying to rev up his increasingly shrinking base of supporters before the midterm elections. One talking point that seems to be a favorite of his lately is how, if the GOP does take back Congress, the nebulous forces of "special interests" will once again be in the driver's seat in Washington... (more)


October 12, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS The U.S. Department of Justice has appealed rulings by a judge in Massachusetts who deemed unconstitutional a federal law denying married gay couples federal benefits... (more)


October 12, 2010
REUTERS U.S. doctors have begun treating the first patient to receive human embryonic stem cells, but details of the patient enrolled in the landmark clinical trial are being kept confidential, Geron Corp said on Monday... (more)


October 12, 2010
STANLEY KURTZ On the afternoon of April 1, 1983, Barack Obama, then a senior at Columbia University, made his way into the Great Hall of Manhattan's Cooper Union to attend a "Socialist Scholars Conference." There Obama discovered his vocation as a community organizer, as well as a political program to guide him throughout his life... (more)


October 11, 2010
BRIAN DARLING No matter what happens on Election Day, there will be a Tea Party Caucus in the House and Senate. What can we expect? "We will have a new crop of fighters in the Senate who will bring energy and a strong constitutionalist perspective to the Republican Caucus," a senior Senate aide tells HUMAN EVENTS... (more)


October 11, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES There's a "tea party" candidate running for governor in Colorado this fall, but with three weeks to go in the campaign, it's not entirely clear who it is. Over the summer, the overwhelming choice of the conservative grass-roots movement was Republican nominee Dan Maes, who won an upset victory in the Aug. 8 GOP primary... (more)


October 11, 2010
JR DIECKMANN Once there was contentment in the land of America as people worked and prospered under the Bush. Everyone had work who wanted it, and profits were made in business and on the street of the Wall. The people felt they were safe in their homeland living under the vigilance and watchful eye of the Bush... (more)


October 10, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH Here we go again. I've been through this nightmare before. Any day now, you can expect to begin hearing that dozens of groups and individuals critical of Barack Obama and his policies have been subjected to Internal Revenue Service audits. That's the way it happened during the last Democratic presidential administration... (more)


October 10, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS A New Jersey Republican congressional candidate criticized his Democratic opponent Friday amid mounting evidence that Democratic officials planted a tea party candidate in the race to siphon off conservative votes... (more)


October 10, 2010
LONDON TELEGRAPH Harold Lewis is Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Here is his letter of resignation to Curtis G. Callan Jr, Princeton University, President of the American Physical Society... (more)


October 9, 2010
THE HILL A top Republican said Friday that he expects the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down key parts of the new healthcare reform law as unconstitutional. Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.), the third-ranking House Republican, who serves as conference chairman, said he saw enough votes on the high court to strike a blow to President Obama's signature domestic initiative... (more)


October 9, 2010
NEWSMAX Republicans are on the brink of pulling off a landslide "of potentially epic proportions" that would bring them control of both Houses of Congress and a majority of governorships, Democratic pollster and Fox News commentator Douglas Schoen says... (more)