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March 15, 2011
CNSNEWS.COM Likely Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain supports ending all federal funding to Planned Parenthood, an abortion business that he said was founded to target African Americans and is continuing that mission... (more)


March 15, 2011
HUMAN EVENTS An agency spent $517 million to promote industrial development in impoverished areas, but an official review "could not find any evidence" it had "a significant impact" on poverty, so the government will cut its funding... (more)


March 14, 2011
REP. STEVE KING Agreement is almost universal that the new healthcare law is overcomplicated. And it was made that way on purpose to prevent lawmakers from changing it, says Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa... (more)


March 14, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Two years into its pledge to improve government transparency, the Obama administration handled fewer requests for federal records from citizens, journalists, companies and others last year even as significantly more people asked for information... (more)


March 14, 2011
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST There were some dramatic and silly moments at the congressional hearings on Radical Islam's war against America this past week. Homeland Security Committee Chairman Pete King (R-N.Y.) deserves our thanks for getting the much anticipated probe off the ground; especially given that his life has been threatened as he now has police protection — not at his request... (more)


March 13, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS President Barack Obama is calling for more stringent enforcement of existing gun laws, citing the "awful consequences" of gun violence in American society... (more)


March 13, 2011
CNSNEWS.COM U.S. Representatives Steve King (R.-Iowa) and Michelle Bachmann (R.-Minn.), two of the leading congressional proponents of the Tea Party movement, have taken a pledge and are asking all other House members to join them in it... (more)


March 13, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH In predictable fashion to the growing awareness in Washington that the borrowing-and-spending cycle is no longer sustainable, left-winger Jim Wallis has asked his fellow travelers, few of whom actually attend church or study the Bible, "What would Jesus cut?"... (more)


March 13, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH It is amazing that the American people would continue to elect Democratic politicians to national office, considering Democrats' cynical disregard for the federal budget crisis. They aren't even slightly serious about becoming part of the solution. Consider the Senate Democrats' most recent proposal for budget cuts to avert a government shutdown... (more)


March 12, 2011
JOAN SWIRSKY, RA ANALYST It's a funny thing about itches...the more you scratch, the more you itch. This is because scratching floods your system with histamine, which causes -- itching! Oh, you can get rid of the itching with an over-the-counter medication, or go to the doctor for something stronger. But people with chronic itching conditions inevitably start to believe in Hell, and view itching as among the worst punishments on earth... (more)


March 11, 2011
JEFF JACOBY "Our experiment wasn't perfect," said former Governor Mitt Romney, speaking to an audience of New Hampshire Republicans about the Massachusetts health-care overhaul he signed in 2006. "Some things worked; some things didn't. Some things I'd change"... (more)


March 11, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Republicans in the Wisconsin statehouse had enough of Democratic Party antics designed to insulate its union supporter base from the pains of the economic malaise affecting the rest of us. The state Senate voted Wednesday to ban public-sector employees from entering into collective bargaining arrangements... (more)


March 11, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker succeeded Friday in taking away nearly all collective bargaining rights from the vast majority of the state's public employees, quietly capping weeks of contentious debate and delivering an epic defeat to the labor movement with a private bill signing... (more)


March 11, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN Liberal media outlets did their best in 2009 to boost former Washington State Gov. Gary Locke, President Obama's third pick for the beleaguered Commerce Secretary job, as a "squeaky clean" appointee... (more)


March 11, 2011
POLITICO After briefly rising in the first months of the new Congress, the congressional approval rate has dipped back below 20 percent in a new poll. Eighteen percent of Americans surveyed for a Gallup poll released Friday said they approve of how Congress is handling its job, down from 23 percent in February and 20 percent in January... (more)


March 11, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS A bill to legalize gay marriage in Maryland has died after the House of Delegates avoided a final vote on the measure. House Speaker Michael Busch said the issue will not be taken up again this year... (more)


March 11, 2011
RICH LOWRY Betty Friedan famously wrote about "the problem that has no name." Decades later, domestic Islamic radicalism bids fair to become the new nameless problem, at least if the Left gets its way. The outraged reaction to the hearings being held by Rep. Peter King (R., N.Y.) to look into the radicalization of the domestic Muslim community was so mindless it bordered on a collective self-lobotomy... (more)


March 10, 2011
REP. MIKE PENCE As a new Republican majority in Congress wrestles with historic budget deficits and unprecedented public debt, many Americans are rightly asking not only "How did we get here?" but "How can we make sure this never happens again?"... (more)


March 10, 2011
NEWSMAX Rep. Mike Rogers of Michigan has introduced legislation that he feels would solve the spectacular debate sparked by Obamacare: waivers for all. Everyone... (more)


March 10, 2011
DEROY MURDOCK Imagine that you have $500 in your left pocket. You shift it to your right pocket. Can you now buy $1,000 worth of merchandise at your favorite store? Of course not! Now, a politician tries the same experiment, only with 1 billion times as much money. Can he transfer $500 billion from one pocket to the other and then finance $1 trillion worth of goodies?... (more)


March 10, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY Utah lawmakers today gave their final approval to a bill that would recognize gold and silver as legal tender for the first time in the United States in some three generations... (more)


March 10, 2011
CNSNEWS.COM A lighting expert who has overseen lighting projects including the Statue of Liberty and the Petronas Towers, expressed concerns on Capitol Hill Thursday about the safety of certain types of new light bulbs... (more)


March 9, 2011
WALL STREET JOURNAL House Republicans took the first step toward blocking the Federal Communications Commission's effort to assert authority over Internet lines Wednesday, advancing one of several policy disputes GOP lawmakers have with the Obama administration... (more)


March 9, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Illinois abolished the death penalty Wednesday, more than a decade after the state imposed a moratorium on executions out of concern that innocent people could be put to death by a justice system that had wrongly condemned 13 men... (more)


March 9, 2011
CHUCK NORRIS Why should liberals want to change the public educational system when it is turning out the product they have been striving for years to produce? Check out these real news headlines from the past several weeks and months about the state of U.S. public education across the country... (more)