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August 14, 2011
NEWSMAX President Barack Obama's approval numbers have hit an all-time low, falling below 40 percent for the first time in Gallup's daily tracking poll. New numbers that Gallup posted today put the president's approval at 39 percent, compared with 54 percent disapproval... (more)

August 14, 2011
FOX NEWS Tim Pawlenty announced an end to his presidential candidacy Sunday after what he called a "disappointing" third place finish in the Ames, Iowa, straw poll. The former Minnesota governor said he had hoped to get a jolt from the preference poll that is an early indicator of a candidate's potential strength in the primary season... (more)

August 14, 2011
STAR PARKER Mitt Romney is a clever and talented man. But, as was evident in the most recent Republican debate, the former Massachusetts governor should not become our next president. Why? Eight of 10 Americans say the country is on the wrong track. We must consider clearly what kind of individual we need as president to take on the prodigious challenges facing us to get back on track... (more)

August 14, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann won the mega-hyped presidential straw poll here, while Rep. Ron Paul showed why he's been called the Babe Ruth of these kinds of contests, finishing a close second -- an outcome that's likely to give their candidacies a jolt of momentum heading into the fall campaign season... (more)

August 13, 2011
ABC NEWS ABC's Jason Volack and Michael Falcone report: AMES, Iowa -- Pivoting away from his economic-focused speeches of the past week, presidential candidate Ron Paul told a crowd in Iowa on Saturday that "life does not come from the government-- it comes from our creator"... (more)

August 13, 2011
ALAN KEYES Based on the evidence of both past experience and current events, I am bound by rational conviction to reach the verdict that the GOP offers no prospect but repeated bitter disappointment to those like me who seek the revival and perpetuation of constitutional, republican government in the United States... (more)

August 13, 2011
REUTERS Rick Perry, the conservative governor of Texas, declared himself a candidate for U.S. president Saturday, shaking up the race for the Republican nomination to face Democratic President Barack Obama in 2012... (more)

August 13, 2011
EMILY MILLER The debt-ceiling agreement brokered behind closed doors by President Obama and congressional leadership was a failure in every respect. It neither soothed the markets nor produced a dime in actual spending cuts. The stock markets plunged and the United States suffered a humiliating downgrade - the very fate this deal was supposed to avoid... (more)

August 12, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS An Arizona appeals court ruled yesterday to allow key parts of a state law restricting abortions to take effect, including one that requires women to see a doctor in person the day before getting an abortion to hear about risks and alternatives. The provisions have been on hold for two years after a state judge blocked them from taking effect in 2009... (more)

August 12, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Perhaps the most telling moment during the whole of the debt-ceiling negotiations came from White House consultant David Axelrod. Appearing on CBS' "Face the Nation," Mr. Axelrod echoed a growing chant from the left wing: The Standard & Poor's downgrade of America's credit rating was "essentially the Tea Party downgrade," he charged, adding that the "Tea Party brought us to the brink of default"... (more)

August 12, 2011
REUTERS An appeals court ruled Friday that President Barack Obama's healthcare law requiring Americans to buy healthcare insurance or face a penalty was unconstitutional, a blow to the White House... (more)

August 12, 2011
DEROY MURDOCK To understand how the Obamaa+ administration is running America into the ground, consider the Department of Health and Human Services' August 1 decree ordering, essentially, free birth-control pills for all women. Through this brand-new entitlement -- announced the very day that Congress voted to "reduce" the national debt -- Washington mandates more giveaways, not just to poor women, but to every woman in America, regardless of employment, income, or trust fund... (more)

August 11, 2011
EMILY MILLER The left's phobia of Rep. Michele Bachmann must be contagious. Anticipating a strong showing for the Republican presidential candidate in Saturday's Ames, Iowa, straw poll, Newsweek magazine printed a profile so nasty that the story ought to be judged by its cover... (more)

August 10, 2011
LONDON DAILY MAIL A few weeks after the U.S. city of Detroit was ravaged by 1967 race riots in which 43 people died, I was shown around the wrecked areas by a black reporter named Joe Strickland... (more)

August 10, 2011
NEWSMAX House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell have named their six picks for the 12-member super committee that could mold America's financial future. Texas Rep. Jeb Hensarling will co-chair the committee, which has to make its recommendations on identifying $1.5 trillion to cut from the federal budget by Thanksgiving... (more)

August 10, 2011
ANN COULTER Those of you following the barbaric rioting in Britain will not have failed to notice that a sizable proportion of the thugs are white, something not often seen in this country. Not only that, but in a triumph of feminism, a lot of them are girls. Even the "disabled" (according to the British benefits system) seem to have miraculously overcome their infirmities to dash out and steal a few TVs... (more)

August 10, 2011
THOMAS SOWELL In Don Marquis's classic satirical book, Archy and Mehitabel, Mehitabel the alley cat asks plaintively, "What have I done to deserve all these kittens?" That seems to be the pained reaction of the Obama administration to the financial woes that led to the downgrading of America's credit rating for the first time in history... (more)

August 10, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES A state Senate recall election is not usually a top news story, but political junkies were filling the Twittersphere on Tuesday with up-to-the-minute reports on recall races in Wisconsin. Labor-union-backed Democratic candidates challenged six of Gov. Scott Walker's Republican supporters in hopes of taking enough seats to gain control of the state Senate and block further legislation to erode union power in the Badger State... (more)

August 10, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer filed an appeal Wednesday with the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that put on hold key parts of the state's immigration enforcement law. The appeal comes as Brewer faced a deadline for contesting a district court's decision that, among other things, barred police from enforcing a requirement that police while enforcing other laws to question the immigration status of those they suspect are in the country illegally... (more)

August 9, 2011
REUTERS Nearly 250 new immigration laws and resolutions were enacted in 40 U.S. states during the first half of this year, indicating frustration with the federal government's handling of the issue, according to a new report... (more)

August 9, 2011
NEWSMAX Mitt Romney has been leading the polls for the GOP presidential nomination, but Rick Perry could change all that in a heartbeat. Perry has been giving increasing signs that he will enter the race. The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that Perry would "all but announce his candidacy" in a speech Saturday in Charleston, S.C., and formally launch his bid as soon as next week... (more)

August 9, 2011
NEWSMAX California is getting on board a movement that would consign the Electoral College to the dust bin of history. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on Monday that would give all of the Golden State's 55 electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote. Under the present national setup, all 55 electoral votes go to whoever wins the popular vote in the state... (more)

August 9, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Like rebellious teenagers, Washington politicians ignore advice until they get in trouble. The debt downgrade and market crash ought to get them to rethink their overspending ways. Within the week, a new task force will form to give them an opportunity to make amends... (more)

August 9, 2011
FOX NEWS Just because Congress spent the last several months locking horns over the debt ceiling doesn't mean Republicans have forgotten how much they hate the health care overhaul... (more)

August 9, 2011
NEWSMAX Another wave election may be building across America, poised to sweep away yet another congressional class. Only 24 percent say members of Congress deserve re-election, A USA Today/ Gallup Poll finds... (more)


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