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July 7, 2011
MICHAEL BARONE It's racially discriminatory to prohibit racial discrimination. That's the bottom line of a decision issued last Friday, just before the Fourth of July weekend, by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit... (more)


July 6, 2011
AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE A federal court ruled Wednesday the US military had to immediately stop enforcing a ban on gays serving openly in uniform, even though the government is weeks away from scrapping the policy... (more)


July 6, 2011
NEWSMAX Tea party groups are riled about a United Nations environmental initiative that they say smacks of socialism and one-world government... (more)


July 6, 2011
KRIS W. KOBACH On May 26, for the first time in 35 years, the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion on whether states may take action to stop illegal immigration. In Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting, the Supreme Court upheld the Legal Arizona Workers Act of 2007 against multiple challenges claiming that it was preempted by federal law... (more)


July 6, 2011
LONDON DAILY MAIL Security at airports across the world is to be beefed up because terrorists may be using bombs surgically implanted inside their bodies to try to blow up planes, officials have warned... (more)


July 6, 2011
NEWSMAX Several freshmen Republican senators are adopting strong parliamentary tactics to advance their policy agendas. And that's causing headaches for the Senate leadership -- Democratic and Republican alike -- Politico reports... (more)


July 6, 2011
POLITICO When they took control of the House, Republicans could barely stop talking about their plans to "repeal and replace" the health care reform law... (more)


July 6, 2011
JOHN STOSSEL What do Michael Dell, Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Mark Cuban have in common? They're all college dropouts. Richard Branson, Simon Cowell and Peter Jennings have in common? They never went to college at all. But today all kids are told: To succeed, you must go to college... (more)


July 6, 2011
JAMES R. EDWARDS, JR. The same pro-amnesty senators are again pushing the same amnesty bill, the so-called DREAM Act. Proponents love this legislation, which stands for Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors, because its beneficiaries are the most sympathetic subset of illegal aliens--giving advocates their best shot at achieving amnesty... (more)


July 6, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN First rule of Obama transparency: If it's a holiday, it's time for a White House document dump. Over the Independence Day weekend, the administration released its 2011 annual report to Congress on White House staff salaries. While economic data for the rest of America remains bleak, the financial outlook for Obama flacks looks rosier than the president's complexion after his latest round of golf... (more)


July 5, 2011
STEVEN GROVES It's the year before a presidential election, so it must be time to debate the Law of the Sea Treaty ("LOST") again. As recently as last Thursday the Chief of Naval Operations pleaded for the U.S. to join the treaty. The Obama Administration has supported Senate action on LOST since at least May 2009 when it released its Treaty Priority List... (more)


July 5, 2011
BLOOMBERG California's Assembly voted to require that public-school textbooks include the accomplishments of gay Americans, sending the measure to Governor Jerry Brown for his signature... (more)


July 5, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES The protections for faith-based groups in New York's new gay marriage law are getting mixed reviews from religious and traditional-values groups, with critics saying the provisions open the way to a "Pandora's box" of lawsuits from gay-rights activists... (more)


July 5, 2011
NEWSMAX Both sides of the same-sex marriage issue agree on one crucial element: New York's approval of gay marriage launched a national movement. But they disagree strongly on the ultimate result. Proponents embrace it as ushering in a new wave of equality, while opponents deride it as undermining traditional marriage... (more)


July 5, 2011
THOMAS SOWELL It is hard to understand politics if you are hung up on reality. Politicians leave reality to others. What matters in politics is what you can get the voters to believe, whether it bears any resemblance to reality or not. Not only among politicians, but also among much of the media, and even among some of the public, the quest is not for truth about reality but for talking points that fit a vision or advance an agenda... (more)


July 4, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES The despots, thugs, scoundrels, punks and various crooks at the United Nations have it all wrong again. Imagine that. Though the details have yet to be released, the U.N. wants to try to force strict small-arms control on the world under the pretense (lie) that such restrictions will make it tougher for terrorists and other assorted subhuman scum to get their hands on guns... (more)


July 4, 2011
NEWSMAX Sen. Rand Paul said he's planning a filibuster this week so the Senate will take up debt ceiling negotiations, The Daily Caller reports. "We've not had one minute of debate about the debt ceiling in any committee," the Kentucky Republican told C-SPAN's "Newsmakers" in a Sunday interview... (more)


July 4, 2011
DANIEL J. FLYNN Is the Fourth of July a right-wing holiday? When asked by a conservative, the question is self-serving; by a liberal, self-knowing. As it happens, two Harvard University professors not only ask the question but answer in the affirmative... (more)


July 3, 2011
SAMUEL DONIGER On July 4, 1776, members of the Second Continental Congress gathered in the modest enclosures of Independence Hall to declare the birth of what would become the greatest nation the world had ever known... (more)


July 3, 2011
NEWSMAX The best way for Republicans to win back the majority in the Senate is "to do what we say we're going to do," argues tea party favorite Sen. Jim DeMint in an exclusive Newsmax.TV interview. The South Carolina conservative maintains that he'd "rather have 30 Republicans who believe in the principles of freedom than 60 who believe in nothing at all... (more)


July 3, 2011
BLOOMBERG Republicans would accept a "mini" deal with the Obama administration on raising the debt limit, Senator John Cornyn of Texas, a Republican leader, said. Cornyn said today on "Fox News Sunday" that while Republicans would prefer a long-term deal, they would accept a shorter-term agreement if that's all they could get done... (more)


July 3, 2011
FRANK MINITER The Declaration of Independence, signed July 4, 1776, was a moral and profound list of grievances and/or charges detailing why colonial Americans found it necessary to separate themselves from the English Parliament and King George III... (more)


July 2, 2011
PATRICK GARRY, RA ANALYST In two decisions announced this week, the Supreme Court's liberal wing shows a curious and seemingly inconsistent stance toward First Amendment freedoms. In Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association, the wing, with the exception of Justice Breyer, found that a California law requiring minor children to have their parent's consent before purchasing graphically violent video games violated the First Amendment rights of video game manufacturing and distributing corporations... (more)


July 2, 2011
REUTERS Rhode Island's governor on Saturday signed into law a controversial bill legalizing same sex civil unions, but said it does not go far enough toward legalizing gay marriage. Governor Lincoln Chafee, an independent who supports gay marriage, nontheless signed the measure with the promise that it would move Rhode Island closer to the ultimate goal of legalizing gay marriage... (more)


July 1, 2011
NEWSMAX Almost 50 House members want the House Judiciary Committee to investigate Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan's involvement in formulating President Barack Obama's healthcare law while she was his solicitor general... (more)


 

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