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October 8, 2012
STEPHEN STONE, RA PRESIDENT I have a theory that's been nagging me for months, and I hope I'm completely wrong. My theory would help explain why Barack Obama appeared unfocused, overconfident, even annoyingly arrogant during the first presidential debate -- obviously taking what could be a "game changer" too lightly -- with the result that Mitt Romney didn't so much win their first in-person encounter as Obama lost it by default... (more)


October 8, 2012
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST Ever since George W. Bush won the 2000 election through the Electoral College, liberals have been on a warpath to abolish the Electoral College... (more)


October 8, 2012
ALAN KEYES Since Wednesday night's presidential debate - for obvious reasons - a thought much like that expressed by Ralph Waldo Emerson has been going through my mind: "What you have done speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say."... (more)


October 8, 2012
NEIL BRIAN GOLDBERG Perhaps God is wondering today, "What shall I bless of this nation?" Shall I bless the large churches and temples, standing empty and warm, while my Son, Jesus, sleeps in the freezing cold among the lowest? Should I bless the rich coffers or the large salaries of the renowned clergy and their powerful officers, while my Jesus has no food, nor clothes?... (more)


October 8, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY This is the third of a series of articles WND has developed from months of confidential in-person interviews with members of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago who have known Barack and Michelle Obama on a personal basis over many years... (more)


October 8, 2012
JOSEPH FARAH Last Thursday, WND broke the stunning news that Barack Obama's administration offered a secret election-eve deal to Iran that would result in reduced sanctions in exchange for a phony diplomatic coup designed to bolster his vote Nov. 6... (more)


October 8, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY Filmmaker Joel Gilbert has mailed 2.7 million copies of his full-length documentary "Dreams from My Real Father" to households in key swing states, with 1.5 million going to Florida, 700,000 to Colorado and 500,000 to Iowa... (more)


October 8, 2012
PHILIP KLEIN During the robust Reagan jobs recovery in the 1980s, liberals regularly dismissed good news by attributing it to the creation of "McJobs." So it's interesting to see liberals celebrating the September jobs report, in which the headline unemployment figure fell to 7.8 percent, largely because of an increase in Americans settling for low paying part-time jobs... (more)


October 8, 2012
FREE BEACON Weeks before the presidential election, President Barack Obama's administration faces mounting opposition from within the ranks of U.S. intelligence agencies over what career officers say is a "cover up" of intelligence information about terrorism in North Africa... (more)


October 8, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY The former Libertarian Party vice presidential candidate who has claimed Barack Obama was unknown to him and his fellow Columbia University classmates charges the president is using the Internal Revenue Service to punish and silence him... (more)


October 7, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY The Supreme Court's decision to uphold the individual mandate within the Obama health-care law seemed to be the last word in a fierce legal fight... (more)


October 7, 2012
SEN. JIM INHOFE AND SEN. ROGER WICKER Our Founding Fathers spoke much about the importance of "freedom of conscience" and its underpinning of all other freedoms... (more)


October 7, 2012
JAMES LAMBERT Two years ago, California voters defeated Proposition 19 -- an initiative which would have effectively legalized recreational pot -- by a 54% plurality. During that year (2010), Proposition 19 received massive donation support of the initiative by Peter Lewis and billionaire George Soros... (more)


October 6, 2012
NEWSMAX First the empty chair, now the empty podium -- at least that's how The New Yorker magazine sees the first presidential debate. For its cover due out on Monday, the venerable magazine has chosen a caricature of Mitt Romney debating a podium without anyone behind it, as it satirizes President Barack Obama's poor performance on Wednesday night in Denver... (more)


October 5, 2012
JOSEPH FARAH Detached. Bored. Not in command of the facts. Not even in command of his favorite talking points. Repetitious. Distracted. At times incoherent. Non-responsive to questions. In need of a teleprompter. That describes the performance the nation witnessed by Barack Obama in the first presidential debate with Mitt Romney Wednesday night... (more)


October 5, 2012
PHILIP KLEIN Throughout his career, Mitt Romney has been an overachiever. Yet that side of Romney has been largely absent throughout the presidential campaign. During the general election especially, Americans have seen a Romney who has looked awkward and overly cautious. He gave a pedestrian convention speech and seemed to lack a clear strategy for winning the campaign... (more)


October 5, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY This is the second of a series of articles WND has developed from months of confidential in-person interviews with members of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago who have known Barack and Michelle Obama on a personal basis over many years... (more)


October 5, 2012
WORLDNETDAILY "The birthers aren't going anywhere!" So concludes MIT political science professor Adam J. Berinsky, who published Monday results from a YouGov survey of 1,000 Americans who were asked whether they believed Barack Obama was born in the United States... (more)


October 5, 2012
MICHELLE MALKIN Mitt Romney sure ruffled a lot of feathers over his proposal to eliminate taxpayer funding for government-sponsored TV. As soon as the GOP presidential candidate singled out PBS for cuts during the presidential debate in Denver, the hysterical squawking commenced... (more)


October 5, 2012
NEWSMAX Mitt Romney Thursday reversed his controversial remarks about 47 percent of American voters being dependent on government and not paying taxes, telling Fox News' Sean Hannity that he was "just completely wrong"... (more)


October 4, 2012
ALAN KEYES The most tragically appalling thing about the choice the elitist faction has contrived for this election year is that both the Democratic and Republican candidates for President deeply betray the core constituency they are presuming to represent. I thought of this some time ago as I read about the pastors, black American Christians, who see go good choice for black American Christians in this year's Presidential election... (more)


October 4, 2012
FRED HUTCHISON, RA ANALYST This essay is a rebuttal of the philosophy of materialism and its modern use to deny the existence of God. Atheists usually begin as theists, then decide for various reasons that they do not want God in their life. Subsequently, they develop a rationale to support atheism, attack theism, and cover up the fact that their decision to become an atheist was made on non-rational grounds... (more)


October 4, 2012
CBS NEWS By a 2 to 1 margin, uncommitted voters crowned Mitt Romney the winner over President Obama in the first presidential debate in Debate, Colo., on Wednesday night, according to a 500-person instant poll taken by CBS News... (more)


October 4, 2012
WASHINGTON TIMES Claiming he's the true champion of a middle class that's being "crushed" under President Obama, Mitt Romney went straight at the president Wednesday in the first debate of the campaign, saying his four years in office have doubled the deficit and left the economy gasping... (more)


October 4, 2012
ANDREW NAPOLITANO President Obama is a failure as a president, and Gov. Romney has been a disappointing candidate. When he took office, Mr. Obama told the press that if he couldn't cure the economic mess he inherited from President George W. Bush in four years, he wouldn't deserve a second term. I guess he didn't anticipate making the mess worse... (more)