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May 10, 2011
CAL THOMAS Here's a safe prediction: The "bipartisan" group of congressmen led by Vice President Joe Biden will fail to solve the $14 trillion debt crisis. Here's another prediction: The Heritage Foundation (www.heritage.org/) has developed a formula, made possible by a grant from The Peterson Foundation (www.pgpf.org/), that could balance the budget in 10 years... (more)


May 9, 2011
REUTERS U.S. Senate Republicans on Monday blocked President Barack Obama's nomination of James Cole as deputy U.S. attorney general, the No. 2 position at the Justice Department and a key job in fighting terrorism... (more)


May 9, 2011
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST First the good news: President Obama scored big by authorizing the Navy SEALs to kill Osama bin Laden. The bad news: The anti-terror policy of President Bush -- including enhanced interrogations -- that led to the success of the operation has been scrapped by the Obama presidency... (more)


May 8, 2011
NEW YORK TIMES The world's most wanted terrorist lived his last five years imprisoned behind the barbed wire and high walls of his home in Abbottabad, Pakistan, his days taken up by long hours on the computer, relying on couriers to bring him thumb drives packed with information from the outside world, and domesticity... (more)


May 8, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH You may have thought Barack Obama ended the eligibility debate, and certainly the birth certificate debate, with his release of what purports to be his long-awaited, long-form document. But it's not over -- not by a long shot... (more)


May 8, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Arizona lawmakers want more fence along the border with Mexico -- whether the federal government thinks it's necessary or not. They've got a plan that could get a project started using Internet donations and prison labor. If they get enough money, all they would have to do is get cooperation from landowners and construction could begin... (more)


May 8, 2011
ABC NEWS The government released five videos found in Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, showing the al Qaeda leader preparing a message to the United States and watching himself on television... (more)


May 7, 2011
NEW AMERICAN As early as January of 2005, high-ranking officials were discussing the best way to sell the idea of North American "integration" to the public and policymakers while getting around national constitutions. The prospect of creating a monetary unit to replace national currencies was a hot topic as well... (more)


May 7, 2011
REPS. GOHMERT, KING AND BACHMANN For fiscal year 2007, the last year for which the Republican majority was responsible for the budget, Republicans were properly berated by Democrats for being so irresponsible as to run up a $160 billion deficit. After President Obama took office, those very same beraters found it perfectly acceptable to spend upwards of $1 trillion more than we took in... (more)


May 7, 2011
ALAN KEYES Following the track of events in America's governmental and political life these days is like reading Pravda in the heyday of Soviet Communism... (more)


May 7, 2011
THE GUARDIAN Close allies of Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, have been accused of using supernatural powers to further his policies amid an increasingly bitter power struggle between him and the country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei... (more)


May 7, 2011
LONDON DAILY MAIL The CIA spied on Osama bin Laden for months from its own top-secret safehouse in Abbottabad, it has been revealed. In one of the most intricate intelligence operations in CIA history, spies moved in to a property next door to Bin Laden's fortified compound to establish his 'pattern of life'... (more)


May 6, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES After the Supreme Court smacked down Chicago's gun ban last year, the gun grabbers scrambled to evade their responsibilities under the Constitution. Outgoing Mayor Richard M. Daley revised the Windy City's gun laws to place so many obstacles on the path to gun ownership that few law-abiding citizens would succeed... (more)


May 6, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH Good news is coming in fast and furiously. (1) Barack Obama says he found his birth certificate after only two-and-a-half years of searching. (2) The CIA found Osama bin Laden after 10 years of searching. (3) And Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner found America won't hit the debt ceiling of $14.3 trillion until at least Aug. 2 -- allowing Washington to keep borrowing dollars like they are going out of style (which they are)... (more)


May 6, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS Maine's Olympia Snowe has long thrived as one of the Senate's leading GOP moderates, but she has recently sided with tea partiers on high-profile votes involving Libya, the budget and the environment as she braces for a primary challenge from the right... (more)


May 6, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN The official White House account of Osama bin Laden's demise has seen more slapdash cosmetic surgery over the past week than your average "Real Housewives" reality-show star. President Obama's allies attribute the bungled "narrative" (their word, not mine) to the "Fog of War." But each passing day -- and each new set of hapless revisions -- shows that what really ails the administration is the Fog of Fog... (more)


May 6, 2011
HAROLD WITKOV The man who got Osama bin Laden was quite a man. But who was that man? Forgive me. I am but an aging baby-boomer seeing the world through a prism of outdated movies. Still, when I sense a great metaphor, even if built on a yesteryear film, I am compelled to go with it... (more)


May 6, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH Do you remember the terrible things the left was saying about President George W. Bush when gas prices soared under his watch? Yet President Obama, whose policies and actions are actually contributing to rocketing gas prices today, gets the usual mainstream media pass... (more)


May 5, 2011
BOSTON HERALD U.S. Sen. Scott Brown -- who said earlier today he saw a picture of Osama bin Laden taken after the Sept. 11 mastermind was killed -- fell victim to a fake photo of the al-Qaeda leader's death that made the rounds after U.S. forces shot him on Sunday... (more)


May 5, 2011
JEFF JACOBY As the public debt of the United States approaches the $14.3 trillion limit currently allowed by law, Congress is being pressed by the Obama administration to change the law and raise the limit. For months, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has warned that failing to lift the debt ceiling would have "unthinkable" consequences... (more)


May 5, 2011
NEWSMAX The Republican-controlled House passed the first of three bills Thursday aimed at speeding up offshore oil and gas drilling a year after the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history... (more)


May 4, 2011
THE ATLANTIC The White House Tuesday blamed "the fog of war" for conflicting statements in its recounting of the events surrounding the Abbottabad raid that killed Osama bin Laden, but the history of misstatements from U.S. government officials about various combat operations raises questions about whether briefers also were subjecting us to a counterterrorism strategy and not just completely confused in their initial statements... (more)


May 4, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH So I'm listening to Sean Hannity in my car in New York recently, and he's interviewing "The Architect" Karl Rove. I love Sean, but he's always interviewing Rove ... and Newt Gingrich ... and Dick Morris. Normally I tune out for these immersions in conventional wisdom. "The Architect"?... (more)


May 4, 2011
POLITICO White House Press Secretary Jay Carney on Tuesday publicly revised the administration's account of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, telling reporters that the Al Qaeda leader wasn't armed during the assault and didn't use one of his wives as a shield... (more)


May 4, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS The states challenging the federal health care overhaul have filed a brief urging a U.S. appeals court to strike down the law. The filing by 26 of the 50 states on Wednesday asked the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta to uphold a federal judge's ruling that the changes were unconstitutional... (more)


 

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