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December 22, 2010
REUTERS — Republicans poised to take power in Congress are planning a rapid attack against a climate change initiative the Obama administration wants to launch on Jan. 2, according to members of the Senate and House... (more)

December 22, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Alaska Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a lower court decision in the disputed U.S. Senate race, saying the state correctly counted write-in votes for Sen. Lisa Murkowski. It is now up to Republican Joe Miller to decide if the election is finally over... (more)

December 22, 2010
MICHELLE MALKIN — When bureaucrats talk about increasing our "access" to X, Y, or Z, what they're really talking about is increasing their control over our lives. As it is with the government health-care takeover, so it is with the newly approved government plan to "increase" Internet "access." Call it Webcare... (more)

December 22, 2010
TERENCE P. JEFFREY — When the Obama administration first went to the Supreme Court in March 2009 to explain its understanding of the First Amendment, Deputy Solicitor General Malcolm Stewart said the administration believed the government could prohibit a corporation from bouncing a book off a satellite into someone's Kindle if that communication took place within 30 days of a primary or 60 days of a general election and if the book included words advocating the election or defeat of a candidate for federal office... (more)

December 22, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — At the height of her campaigning for President Obama's plan to nationalize health-care decision-making, outgoing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi famously quipped, "Are you serious? Are you serious?" when asked about its constitutionality... (more)

December 22, 2010
ANN COULTER — It's the Christmas season, so godless liberals are citing the Bible to demand the redistribution of income by government force. Didn't Jesus say, "Blessed are the Health and Human Services bureaucrats, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven"? Liberals are always indignantly accusing conservatives of claiming God is on our side... (more)

December 21, 2010
ROBERT KNIGHT — Once again, as in 2008, Sen. John McCain has led conservatives over a cliff. Both defeats were a result of a conscious decision to unilaterally disarm morally and allow spurious claims to go unchallenged... (more)

December 21, 2010
DICK MORRIS — The Democratic Congress is trying to pull a fast one. They are using their lame duck majority -- explicitly rejected by the voters of America -- to compromise our national security by ratifying the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty. The treaty limits the U.S. missile defenses and the preamble suggests that we would not engage in any new military technologies to thwart nuclear weapons... (more)

December 21, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — America's military isn't going 'gay' quite yet. While President Obama plans this week to sign the repeal of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy banning open homosexuality in the military, the policy must remain in force until the president, the secretary of defense and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff can certify that the change will not impair combat readiness... (more)

December 21, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH — It's a story as old as time. An innocent, principled man stands up for truth, something bigger than his own self-interest, and he loses everything the world has to offer as a result -- his approximately $2 million military pension, his family for the next several years, his certain promotion to full-bird colonel, his honorable discharge, even his freedom... (more)

December 20, 2010
NEWSMAX — For the first time since Democrats in Congress passed the healthcare bill in March, a majority of U.S. voters believe the measure is likely to be repealed. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 52 percent of likely voters think it is at least somewhat likely that the healthcare plan will be repealed. Thirty-three percent view repeal as unlikely... (more)

December 20, 2010
JEFF JACOBY — Q: When it comes to a government overhaul of health care, what is the difference between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney? A: Obama was against an individual insurance mandate before he was for it. Romney was for the mandate before he was against it... (more)

December 20, 2010
GEORGE WILL — As the new political group No Labels convened in Manhattan, a judge was issuing a decision that illustrated why the group's premise is preposterous and its pretense is cloying. The premise, obscured by gaseous rhetoric, is that political heat is inherently disproportionate. The complacent pretense is that it is virtuous to transcend the vice of partisanship... (more)

December 20, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST — The rejected, tone-deaf leftists in Washington, clinging to their last hours of congressional power, have attempted (with mixed results) to do everything possible to strike back at the voters who dared to hand them pink slips last month at the polls... (more)

December 19, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Responding to the federal repeal of the military policy banning open gays from serving in the armed forces, a state lawmaker in Virginia plans to fight back with legislation that bars "active homosexuals" from serving in the Virginia National Guard... (more)

December 19, 2010
BRYAN FISCHER — We are now stuck with sexual deviants serving openly in the U.S. military because of turncoat Republican senators... (more)

December 19, 2010
ROBERT M. MCDOWELL — Tomorrow morning the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will mark the winter solstice by taking an unprecedented step to expand government's reach into the Internet by attempting to regulate its inner workings. In doing so, the agency will circumvent Congress and disregard a recent court ruling... (more)

December 19, 2010
PATRICK GARRY — Most Republican members of Congress are celebrating the tax bill signed last Friday by President Obama. This bill provides a two-year extension for the Bush tax cuts, which was vehemently opposed by the left. Indeed, perhaps that explains why the Republicans are so self-congratulatory about the bill, because it was their first significant legislative triumph in nearly a half-decade... (more)

December 18, 2010
FOX NEWS — In a landmark vote, the Senate on Saturday ended the Clinton-era ban on gays serving openly in the military, marking a major triumph for President Obama, liberals and the gay community... (more)

December 18, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — A diversity plan from a group of journalists says reporters should not be using the term "illegal aliens" because it is not constitutional. "Frequent use of the phrases 'illegal immigrant' and 'illegal alien' by our mainstream media is being questioned in order to remain faithful to the principles of our U.S. Constitution"... (more)

December 18, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — Operating much like a "memory hole" in George Orwell's classic novel "1984," the Obama administration has replaced the content of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America website, providing additional evidence the White House intends to implement the SPP agenda by executive action, below the radar of public opinion and outside the framework of congressional approval... (more)

December 18, 2010
POLITICO — The weeks of rallies, hunger strikes and sit-ins and the thousands of phone calls placed to Senate offices didn't pay off for immigration activists. The decade-old DREAM Act once again failed to break a filibuster in the Senate on Saturday morning... (more)

December 18, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — President Barack Obama signed into law a huge, holiday-season tax bill extending cuts for all Americans on Friday, saluting a new spirit of political compromise as Republicans applauded and liberals seethed. The benefits range from tax cuts for millionaires and the middle class to longer-term help for the jobless... (more)

December 18, 2010
BILL O'REILLY — Since the forces of good overwhelmed the anti-Christmas brigades a few years ago, the annual yuletide controversies have been rather muted. This year, the always-reliable ACLU threatened schools in Tennessee with doom if they promoted Christmas, and there were a few other atrocities... (more)

December 17, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Legal wrangling over Alaska's contested U.S. Senate race reached the state Supreme Court Friday, with justices hearing Republican Joe Miller's appeal of a lower court ruling that amounted to a victory for rival Lisa Murkowski... (more)


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