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June 19, 2011
REP. TED POE Standing on the beaches of Normandy, a man found himself silent. Like a scene ripped from the movie Saving Private Ryan, this American GI was overwhelmed with memories... (more)


June 19, 2011
NEWSMAX Presidential hopefuls Mitt Romney and Herman Cain have declined to sign a pledge that calls for White House hopefuls to push for anti-abortion goals if elected president, Politico reports. Five other candidates -- Michele Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty and Rick Santorum -- have signed the pledge, written by the Susan B. Anthony List... (more)


June 19, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES The White House sent a 38-page report to Congress on Wednesday attempting to explain why the president had the authority to continue military operations against Libya without congressional approval as mandated under the War Powers Resolution. The Obama administration's argument is both legally suspect and politically unfathomable... (more)


June 18, 2011
NEWSMAX Rep. Ron Paul easily won a Republican Leadership Conference straw poll of the party's 2012 presidential contenders on Saturday, but the real surprise was the sudden surge of former Ambassador Jon Huntsman... (more)


June 17, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Removing a potential political distraction ahead of next year's elections, the Obama administration Friday announced an early end to a health care waiver program that has come under fire from congressional Republicans... (more)


June 17, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS The United Nations endorsed the rights of gay, lesbian and transgender people for the first time ever Friday, passing a resolution hailed as historic by the U.S. and other backers and decried by African and Muslim countries... (more)


June 17, 2011
ROBERT KNIGHT When I was a reporter years ago in Ocean City, Md., I learned the hard way that freedom of the press can be expensive. In the dark days of winter, ad revenue was scarce. Both weekly papers lived to a great extent off the city's legal ads... (more)


June 17, 2011
NEWSMAX New polls out Friday show President Barack Obama is beginning to incur serious damage from voters over the weak economy, with a generic Republican presidential opponent defeating him outright for the first time. An unspecified Republican rival would defeat President Obama by 5 points, 44 to 39 percent, according to a Gallup poll released Friday... (more)


June 16, 2011
JEFFREY T. KUHNER President Obama has crossed the Rubicon. He now believes - and acts - as if he is above the law; the Constitution no longer applies to him. This is the real meaning behind the U.S. military intervention in Libya. Mr. Obama is abrogating the linchpin of our democracy: the rule of law... (more)


June 16, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY CIA Director Leon Panetta, President Obama's nominee to serve as secretary of defense, has come under newfound scrutiny for his ties to a pro-Marxist think tank accused of anti-CIA activity. The Institute for Policy Studies, or IPS, has long faced criticism for positions some say attempt to undermine U.S. national security and for its cozy relationship with the Soviet Union during the Cold War... (more)


June 16, 2011
NEW YORK POST Randy Rep. Anthony Weiner has finally decided to step down from his congressional seat, sources told The Post. He has informed House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and other key party leaders of his decision, the sources said. Weiner called Pelosi and Rep. Steve Israel, who heads the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, at the White House picnic last night and told them of his decision, a Democratic Party leadership aide said... (more)


June 16, 2011
NEW YORK POST Divided Senate Republicans came under new pressure to vote on gay marriage yesterday after Democrats unexpectedly pushed the measure through the state Assembly, bringing it one step closer to becoming law... (more)


June 15, 2011
ANN COULTER I consider all Republican debates time-fillers until New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie jumps in, but Monday night's debate did crystallize for me why I dislike libertarians. (Except one, who is a friend of mine and not crazy)... (more)


June 15, 2011
HUMAN EVENTS Even without the intense media circus that surrounded the first hearings on the radicalization of Muslims in America, the second round of "King Hearings" had just as much drama and hyperbole, and as many compelling testimonials... (more)


June 15, 2011
NEWSMAX The Earth could be heading straight for a little ice age -- and not a global warming phase as dictated by Al Gore and others -- posits the U.S. National Solar Observatory (NSO) and the U.S. Air force Research Laboratory... (more)


June 15, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Eight states have thrown down the gauntlet and denied the federal government's authority to regulate firearms that never cross state lines. In 2009, Montana became the first to enact a law declaring any gun manufactured and kept within the state's borders was subject only to state rules... (more)


June 15, 2011
NEWSMAX The real winner of Monday night's Republican presidential debate wasn't any of the seven candidates on the stage, it was the tea party, analysts agree... (more)


June 15, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH Last week Texas Gov. Rick Perry did something very unusual these days. He proclaimed Saturday, Aug. 6, "a day of prayer and fasting for our nation to seek God's guidance and wisdom in addressing the challenges that face our communities, states and nation." Perry also invited the governors of all 50 states to join him at Houston's Reliant Stadium that day... (more)


June 15, 2011
NEWSMAX Billionaire Donald Trump's continues to pressure the Republican Party to find a great candidate to challenge President Barack Obama -- with the threat that he will jump back in the race as an independent next year if he finds the GOP nominee lacking... (more)


June 15, 2011
WALL STREET JOURNAL The Wisconsin Supreme Court cleared the way Tuesday for the state's contentious collective-bargaining law to take effect, ruling 4-3 that a lower-court judge who put the measure on hold improperly interfered with the legislature. The decision limits Wisconsin's public employees to bargaining over their wages. Raises will be limited to the inflation rate unless voters approve larger increases... (more)


June 15, 2011
POLITICO A bipartisan group of House members announced on Wednesday that it is filing a lawsuit charging that President Obama made an illegal end-run around Congress when he approved U.S military action against Libya... (more)


June 15, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Gene Balas and Carlos Morales were facing health problems and crushing financial pressures plaguing many U.S. households when they decided to file bankruptcy as a married couple. The Obama administration said they couldn't, citing the Defense of Marriage Act, which prohibits federal recognition of same-sex marriages... (more)


June 15, 2011
JOHN STOSSEL America is falling deeper into debt. We're long past the point where drastic action is needed. We're near Greek levels of debt. What's going to happen? Maybe riots -- like we've seen in Greece? We need to make cuts now. Some governors have shown the way. You know about Chris Christie, Scott Walker, Rick Scott, John Kasich, etc. But you probably don't know about Luis Fortuno... (more)


June 14, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY A federal jurist in California has ruled that the fact that a judge shares circumstances with the plaintiffs in a legal dispute is no reason for him not to make a binding legal decision in the case. The opinion today comes from Judge James Ware in a request that a ruling from ex-Judge Vaughn Walker, an open homosexual who shared many of the circumstances of the plaintiffs in the hotly fought Proposition 8 legal dispute over same-sex "marriage," should be overturned... (more)


June 14, 2011
PATRICK GARRY, RA ANALYST Ever since the 2010 elections, with the prominent role of the Tea Party, there has been much discussion about big, centralized government. Conservatives, libertarians, and Tea Party activists argue that America has drifted too far from the constitutional principle of limited government -- that the federal government is becoming too big, too powerful, with an unlimited scope of authority... (more)


 

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