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June 5, 2011
MARK KRIKORIAN — Imagine a court system in which defendants routinely fail to show up and suffer no consequences. Where orders issued by the courts are routinely ignored. Where deceptive statistics are reported to Congress. You'd call that a crisis, wouldn't you? But it's just another day in the life of America's immigration courts... (more)


June 4, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — Crossing party lines to deliver a stunning rebuke to the commander in chief, the vast majority of the House voted Friday for resolutions telling President Obama he has broken the constitutional chain of authority by committing U.S. troops to the international military mission in Libya... (more)


June 4, 2011
THIRD AGE — Timothy Geithner warns that if the U.S. doesn't raise the debt ceiling, it will fail to meet its financial obligations for the first time in history. The Treasury Secretary has written numerous letters to congress explaining that measures need to be taken to protect the full faith and credit of the United States, the Washington Post reports... (more)


June 4, 2011
BOSTON HERALD — In the first town hall of his freshly announced presidential campaign, Mitt Romney yesterday reaffirmed his view that global warming is occurring and that humans are contributing to it, a position that has been rejected in recent years by many Republicans as the issue has taken on a greater partisan tinge... (more)


June 3, 2011
LONDON DAILY MAIL — Was Osama bin Laden shot with a bullet soaked in pork fat, denying him a place in paradise? Yes, if one rather shady website, that peddles gun oil containing liquefied pig fat, is to be believed... (more)


June 3, 2011
JIM SEDLAK — Several states have either passed or are near passing new laws that would effectively bar Planned Parenthood from receiving government money, including Medicaid reimbursements. The Obama administration has come to Planned Parenthood's rescue. In the first of these instances, the administration has sent a letter to Indiana that says it is basically illegal to cut off Planned Parenthood Medicaid funding... (more)


June 3, 2011
LIFENEWS.COM — Jack Kevorkian, the infamous assisted suicide advocate who served years in prison for killing a disabled man on national television, died in a hospital today after being admitted for kidney problems and pneumonia... (more)


June 3, 2011
CNSNEWS.COM — On Wednesday, Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal did what his job called for: He traveled to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit, located in Cincinnati, Ohio, and defended President Barack Obama's health-care-reform law against a challenge that had been filed by the Thomas More Law Center.... (more)


June 3, 2011
RAMESH PONNURU & RICH LOWRY — In the least surprising political news of the season, Mitt Romney is announcing his candidacy for president. This is essentially a formality since he never stopped running after 2008. He comes into the race with what has traditionally been the enormous advantage in Republican politics of having run at least once before... (more)


June 3, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY — The author of the best-selling "Where's the Birth Certificate? The Case That Barack Obama Is Not Eligible To Be President" charged today the resignation of White House counsel Bob Bauer is the result of his participation in the release of Barack Obama's "Certificate of Live Birth," which he fears would not stand up to the scrutiny of any serious investigation by the FBI, Congress or the media... (more)


June 2, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — The White House defense of Obamacare hinges on the claim that Congress essentially has unlimited power to force Americans to spend their personal money on a cause of the government's choosing. Oral arguments before the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday made this all the more clear... (more)


June 2, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY — The Federal Communications Commission colluded with a George Soros-funded, Marxist-founded organization to publicly push a new plan to regulate the Internet under the government's "net neutrality" program, according to just released documents... (more)


June 2, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — President Obama will visit a Chrysler plant in Ohio on Friday to tout the automaker's repayment of bailout money, but a free-enterprise group accuses the administration of coordinating with General Motors' misleading marketing campaign last year about its own government-funded turnaround... (more)


June 2, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — A once-sleepy movement that would upend the Electoral College, reverse two centuries of constitutional practice and elect presidents by direct popular vote has quietly picked up momentum in recent days, with Republican Party leaders scrambling to stanch a steady stream of defections by GOP state lawmakers to the plan... (more)


June 2, 2011
MONTE KULIGOWSKI — After years of fighting its release, on April 27, 2011, President Obama finally released a detailed birth certificate. Well, actually he posted another PDF image online. If the press corps were not paralyzed by fear, a request to inspect the original document would be as natural as a clerk asking for picture ID before accepting a credit card... (more)


June 1, 2011
THE HILL — Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) says he is considering running for president after frustrated conservative activists have pleaded with him to run. DeMint told The Hill that he has discussed a White House bid with his wife and will pray on the question out of respect for his supporters across the country... (more)


June 1, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — I have been in Washington now for nearly 40 years and in all that time, I can't recall seeing anything quite like Robert M. Gates' ongoing farewell to arms. In a series of speeches over the past few days - at Notre Dame, at the American Enterprise Institute and at the U.S. Naval Academy - the outgoing secretary of defense has sounded a series of warnings that the ship of state, or at least the carrier battle group that protects it, is headed for the rocks... (more)


June 1, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Hundreds of couples around Illinois lined up early for the chance to get civil union licenses, including five couples in line in southwestern Illinois' St. Clair County when the clerk's office opened at 8:30 a.m.... (more)


June 1, 2011
WALTER E. WILLIAMS — The latest Social Security Trustees Report tells us that the program will be insolvent by the year 2037. The combined unfunded liability of Social Security and Medicare has reached nearly $107 trillion in today's dollars. That is about seven times the size of the U.S. economy and 10 times the size of the national debt. Those entitlement programs, along with others, account for nearly 60 percent of federal spending... (more)


June 1, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS — A federal judge in South Texas has banned public prayer at a high school graduation ceremony after the agnostic parents of a senior went to court. The ruling from Chief U.S. District Judge Fred Biery in San Antonio came as Medina Valley High School in Castroville prepares for Saturday's graduation... (more)


June 1, 2011
RICH LOWRY — After it passed a robust immigration-enforcement measure last year, Arizona was practically expelled from the union. The great and good denounced the state for its Gestapo tactics. The Obama administration sued it. The professionally outraged announced boycotts. Arizona stood condemned before the world, a byword for hatred and defiance of federal law... (more)


June 1, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN — In the 1970s, "The Boys on the Bus" exposed how a clubby pack of male political reporters ruled the road to the White House and shaped the news. Four decades later, an outsider gal from Alaska has commandeered the 2012 media bus -- and left Beltway journalism insiders eating her dust. We've come a long way, baby... (more)


May 31, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — The United Nations' population experts recently rocked the world by projecting the planet will be home to a larger-than-expected 10.1 billion people by 2100. To some, the august body used statistical "magic" to arrive at this number. To others, the 10.1 billion figure is too low - a calamitous 15 billion people, they argue, is closer to the truth... (more)


May 31, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — America's economic revival is tied to the revival of a strong marriage culture, according to a new study. Compared with other family arrangements, marriage offers the best economic outcomes for men, women, children and the nation, said Patrick Fagan, head of the Marriage and Religion Research Institute at the Family Research Council (FRC), in an analysis released late last week... (more)


May 31, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — The Iranian nuclear threat is much ado about nothing, says reporter Seymour Hersh. Writing in the latest issue of the New Yorker, the professional left-wing cynic ignores numerous signs that the Islamic Republic is dead set on achieving nuclear-weapons capability and claims there is "a large body of evidence ... suggesting that the United States could be in danger of repeating a mistake similar to the one made with Saddam Hussein's Iraq eight years ago... (more)