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February 23, 2010
POLITICO — The embattled liberal group ACORN is in the process of dissolving its national structure, with state and local-chapters splitting off from the underfunded, controversial national group, an official close to the group confirmed... (more)


February 23, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — President Obama on Monday plowed ahead with his politically risky plan to resuscitate his health care overhaul agenda, for the first time offering his own blueprint that tracks closely with stalled congressional efforts... (more)


February 22, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST — "They won't give up," and neither should you. That warning was sounded by Glenn Beck, as he rallied the pro-American troops to do battle with the "they" who would undermine the land we love... (more)


February 21, 2010
THE HILL — Democrats will finish their health reform efforts within the next two months by using a majority-vote maneuver in the Senate, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said. Reid said that congressional Democrats would likely opt for a procedural tactic in the Senate allowing the upper chamber to make final changes to its healthcare bill with only a simple majority of senators, instead of the 60 it takes to normally end a filibuster... (more)


February 21, 2010
POLITICO — Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) urged conservatives Friday to fight to prevent an American "decline" created by the policies of President Barack Obama... (more)


February 21, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH — During the Conservative Political Action Conference here in Washington, I heard one speaker suggest that the conservative movement had much to offer the tea-party movement... (more)


February 21, 2010
BRAD O'LEARY — In his State of the Union speech, President Obama tried to offer a mea culpa of sorts for the unraveling of his health care bill. Calling health care "a complex issue," the president said, "I take my share of the blame for not explaining it more clearly to the American people." Mr. President, you are correct. We Americans don't understand... (more)


February 21, 2010
PAT BOONE — In Shakespeare's famous classic, the Bard depicted three Scottish witches incanting over a boiling cauldron, conjuring up a powerful potion of foul ingredients including poisoned entrails, eye of newt, toe of frog and other despicable things, portending double toil and trouble for the man who would be king -- Macbeth... (more)


February 20, 2010
MONTY PELERIN — There are few economic problems that don't originate in politics. Citizens' faith in government has deteriorated recently, as shown in virtually every political poll... (more)


February 20, 2010
KATHRYN LOPEZ — I recently joined former attorney general Ed Meese and a number of other conservative leaders in signing the Mount Vernon Statement. When I watched the evening press coverage of the statement's unveiling, I could tell how the media thought of the event: A bunch of white guys were reaffirming what some dead white guys said... (more)


February 20, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — Organizers of a new march on Washington are offering Americans the opportunity to show President Obama their birth certificates and declare that unless he produces documentation of his eligibility to occupy the Oval Office, he should quit... (more)


February 20, 2010
MICHAEL REAGAN — This past week I've been making the rounds to talk about something which was very important to my father, and which is very important to me: the strength and power of a grassroots movement of ordinary citizens... (more)


February 20, 2010
DAVID LIMBAUGH — When you're president of the United States and your primary claim to fame is your economic prowess but your economic record fails by all objective measures, what do you do? You call on your skills as a virtuoso propagandist... (more)


February 19, 2010
JAMIE WEINSTEIN — No one can confuse me for someone who is an enthusiastic supporter of Sarah Palin. I think Sen. John McCain's selection of Palin as his 2008 running mate will be counted among the very worst legacies in the Arizona senator's long and storied career... (more)


February 19, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM — Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) told a standing-room-only crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Thursday that Democrats in Congress and the White House are the inspiration for a revolution that he and fellow conservatives hope is sweeping the nation ahead of the 2010 mid-term elections... (more)


February 19, 2010
CATHOLIC NEWS AGENCY — Proposed changes allowing homosexuals to serve openly in the military could marginalize military chaplains from religions which consider homosexual acts sinful, a religious liberty group has warned... (more)


February 19, 2010
NEWSMAX — The Tea Party Patriots launched their Contract from America in a nationwide effort to make Washington more accountable to conservative principles... (more)


February 19, 2010
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER — In the latter days of the Carter presidency, it became fashionable to say that the office had become unmanageable and was simply too big for one man. Some suggested a single, six-year presidential term. The president's own White House counsel suggested abolishing the separation of powers and going to a more parliamentary system of unitary executive control. America had become ungovernable... (more)


February 19, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Virginia finally is poised to repeal its unusual law that prohibits law-abiding citizens from buying more than one gun per month. It's about time, because the red tape has not had the desired effect in lowering crime... (more)


February 19, 2010
JOHN ZOGBY — A number of commentators have recently taken up the notion that libertarianism has become a significant force in contemporary American politics. This conviction is partly based on the assumption that, by being different from both liberals and conservatives, libertarians can enter coalitions with both, thus boosting their political power beyond their numbers... (more)


February 19, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Louisiana must put both fathers' names on the birth certificate of a boy adopted by a same-sex couple, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday. A three-judge panel unanimously upheld a district judge's ruling, ordering the state registrar to quickly issue a new certificate for the boy identified as "Infant J," and "J.C. A.-S."... (more)


February 19, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Yvo de Boer, the United Nations' top climate-change official, announced his resignation yesterday. Good riddance. The bureaucrat's departure is no surprise because his pseudo-scientific global warming religion was proved to be a hoax on his watch... (more)


February 19, 2010
NEWSMAX — Smoke from an inferno touched off by an anti-tax fanatic pilot who flew a single-engine Cherokee aircraft into an Austin, Texas, office building containing IRS offices hadn't even stopped Thursday when mainstream media outlets began suggesting the grassroots-conservative tea party movement was to blame for the incident... (more)


February 18, 2010
NEWSMAX — With polls and recent elections suggesting a possible comeback for Republicans, a group of prominent conservatives unveiled a statement of principles Wednesday called Constitutional Conservatism that they hope will guide a new era of governing... (more)


February 17, 2010
PEDRO PRIMAVERA — The economy seems to have settled in somewhat from the disaster of 2008. Every indication is the economy is poised for a rebound -- provided the right trigger is in place... (more)