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November 28, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH I had high hopes the 2010 midterm election would really result in the kind of change tea-party activists envisioned and worked so hard to secure. It's time to admit the system is still broken. It's time to admit representative government is just plain malfunctioning... (more)

November 27, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Within four weeks, it will be a crime to manufacture a 100-watt version of Thomas A. Edison's brilliant invention. Thanks to a Democratic Congress and the signature of President George W. Bush in 2007, anti-industrial zealots at the Energy Department received authority to blot out one of the greatest achievements of the industrial age. They're coming for our light bulbs... (more)

November 27, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES In good news for weary travelers, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has announced a cut back in the number of boys and girls it will grope over the holidays. The bad news is that agency bureaucrats made the same promise after last year's Turkey Day. It wasn't true then, either... (more)

November 27, 2011
JIM HOFT Washington Post reported that African Americans, who are 12.6 percent of the U.S. population, make up only 1.6 percent of Occupy Wall Street. It's too bad the Occupy Movement couldn't be like the tea party. An April 2010 Gallup poll found that 6% of tea party support came from non-hispanic blacks... (more)

November 27, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY In response to any future Israeli military strike on its nuclear sites, Iran has been training al-Qaida elements in the Egyptian Sinai desert on how to coordinate retaliatory attacks, a senior Egyptian security official told WND... (more)

November 27, 2011
NEWSMAX Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio plans to endorse Texas Gov. Rick Perry for the GOP presidential nomination this week, NBC News reports. Arpaio, known for his tough, no-nonsense attitude toward violent criminals and an uncompromising stand on illegal immigration, will campaign with Perry in New Hampshire this week, according to NBC News... (more)

November 27, 2011
NEWSMAX GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain blames "false accusations" against him alleging sexual harassment prompted the conservative Iowa Family Leader to refuse to endorse him. The former Godfather's Pizza CEO, responding to CNN "State of the Union" host Candy Crowley's question today about why the Family Leader wouldn't endorse him, responded... (more)

November 26, 2011
LEE HABEEB Few headlines about network television make me giddy. Fewer still make me hopeful that all is good in the world. But back in August of 2010, I read the following headline from the media pages with great excitement: "Charlie Brown Is Here to Stay: ABC Picks Up 'Peanuts' Specials Through 2015"... (more)

November 26, 2011
NEWSMAX With the primary and caucus season just weeks away, a pro-Sarah Palin group is doing its part to get the former Alaska governor and GOP vice presidential candidate into the 2012 Republican White House nomination sweepstakes... (more)

November 26, 2011
BILL O'REILLY Listen up, you protest people! You have gone and alienated Newt Gingrich, who wants you to take a bath and get a job. Or vice-versa. And his words were greeted with applause from coast to coast. You guys should take notice. A couple of months ago, the polls showed that many Americans sympathized with your movement. After all, who likes greed-head Wall Street folks manipulating the financial markets?... (more)

November 25, 2011
PETER LEMISKA In a belated response to the birther movement, earlier this year the White House released Barack Obama's "long form" birth certificate. Everyone believed it would finally silence the birthers; and it did -- for a while. But since then, various independent researchers, as well as experts in graphics, computer software, and scanning equipment, have examined the document and now allege that it shows signs of tampering... (more)

November 25, 2011
FORBES A new batch of 5,000 emails among scientists central to the assertion that humans are causing a global warming crisis were anonymously released to the public Tuesday, igniting a new firestorm of controversy nearly two years to the day after similar emails ignited the Climategate scandal... (more)

November 25, 2011
KARIN MCQUILLAN Global warming became a cause to save life on earth before it had a chance to become good science. The belief that fossil fuel use is an emergency destroying our planet by CO2 emissions took over the media and political arena by storm... (more)

November 25, 2011
CHARLES C. JOHNSON In our increasingly secular age, as we watch grown men play a boys' game, as a certain parade sponsored by Macy's commercializes our streets, and as we look forward to shaking off our tryptophan-induced slumber to wait in line for Black Friday, it is worth remembering, as Calvin Coolidge did, that "the things of the spirit come first." Thanksgiving, Coolidge noted, was a "holy day" for those who were its first celebrants... (more)

November 25, 2011
NEWSMAX President Obama gave his weekly radio address, one devoted to Thanksgiving, by praising U.S. service members and volunteers at shelters and soup kitchens. The president outlined the many ways that Americans were coming together and the various things he was thankful for, but not once thanked God... (more)

November 24, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH Thanksgiving isn't a day for complaining, but indulge me for just a moment. I'm appalled at the way Americans have forgotten the real meaning of Thanksgiving. Have you checked out what your children are learning about this holiday in both government and too many private schools? The Pilgrims had a rough time when they first landed on Plymouth Rock. Finally, the friendly native Americans taught the European plunderers how to fish and plant corn... (more)

November 24, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings off fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they come, others have been added, which are of so extraordinary a nature, that they cannot fail to penetrate and soften even the heart which is habitually insensible to the ever watchful providence of Almighty God... (more)

November 23, 2011
11 ALIVE A west Georgia business owner is stirring up controversy with signs he posted on his company's trucks, for all to see as the trucks roll up and down roads, highways and interstates: "New Company Policy: We are not hiring until Obama is gone"... (more)

November 23, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS GOP Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann received an apology from an NBC executive after an off-color song was played during her appearance on Jimmy Fallon's "Late Night," her spokeswoman said late Wednesday... (more)

November 23, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN On March 5, my 18-year-old cousin disappeared from her University of Washington campus in Seattle. Marizela Perez -- 5-foot-5, 110 pounds, short black hair with brown/red highlights and bangs cut into an asymmetrical bob, wearing a dark hooded jacket, jeans and light brown suede boots -- was last seen at a Safeway grocery that fateful Saturday afternoon... (more)

November 23, 2011
ANN COULTER Bored with the Penn State scandal because it didn't implicate any prominent Republicans, the mainstream media have suddenly become obsessed with Grover Norquist​'s "Taxpayer Protection Pledge." They are monomaniacally fixated on luring Republicans into raising taxes... (more)

November 23, 2011
POLITICO A large cross that had been prominently displayed outside a chapel on an isolated military base in northern Afghanistan was taken down last week, prompting outrage from some American service members stationed there... (more)

November 23, 2011
CBS ST. LOUIS A chain of three stores that sells survival food and gear reports a jump in sales to people who are getting prepared for the "possible collapse" of society... (more)

November 23, 2011
AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE Days of protest in Egypt, ahead of elections expected to produce big wins for the Muslim Brotherhood, have stirred fears in Israel about bilateral ties and the future of the countries' peace treaty... (more)

November 23, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Arizona is taking on immigration once again. State lawmakers are collecting donations from the public to put fencing along every inch of the state's porous border with Mexico in a first-of-its-kind effort. The idea came from a state senator, Republican Steve Smith, who says that people from across the nation have donated about $255,000 to the project since July... (more)


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