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July 29, 2011
TED NUGENT If the disturbing documentary "Waiting for Superman" didn't convince you that a massive overhaul of the public education system is necessary, maybe the massive cheating scandal erupting in the Atlanta public school system will. First off, there is no argument that public education in America is a complete and total disaster... (more)

July 29, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN "Millionaires and billionaires," President Obama says derisively, must make more "sacrifices" and live by the same rules the rest of America lives by. But there are seven little words that will never appear on the White House teleprompter: "And that means you, too, George Soros"... (more)

July 29, 2011
CNBC Real estate mogul Donald Trump said Friday he'd consider running for president -- again -- if the U.S. economy "continues to be bad: and "if the Republicans pick the wrong candidate." "I would give it very, very serious thought," he told CNBC. "There are so many people wanting me to do it"... (more)

July 29, 2011
POLITICO A new poll shows that President Barack Obama's approval rating has plummeted to a new low as talks to raise the debt ceiling stalled and the president stayed out of the public eye after a Monday night speech through early Friday... (more)

July 29, 2011
JARRETT STEPMAN In the weeks following the news of Osama bin Laden's death at the hands of U.S. Navy Seals, the mainstream media was running all manner of stories praising President Obama's leadership. That frenzy was partially about America triumphing over an evil mass murderer, but also overwhelmingly about how it would help Obama get reelected... (more)

July 28, 2011
STEVE MILLOY The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is set to kill more jobs with another make-believe air-pollution scare. Although congressional Republicans and businesses oppose the coming rules tightening ground-level ozone standards, they once again have opted to fight the agency with both arms tied behind their backs... (more)

July 28, 2011
REUTERS Women seeking an abortion in North Carolina will have to wait 24 hours, receive counseling and be presented with an ultrasound image of the fetus under an informed consent law passed on Thursday over the governor's objections. Democratic Governor Beverly Perdue had vetoed the measure. But the state Senate voted on Thursday to override the veto... (more)

July 28, 2011
ANN COULTER The New York Times wasted no time in jumping to conclusions about Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian who staged two deadly attacks in Oslo last weekend, claiming in the first two paragraphs of one story that he was a "gun-loving," "right-wing," "fundamentalist Christian," opposed to "multiculturalism"... (more)

July 28, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Rather than spiraling into a global warming meltdown, we may be heading into the next ice age. The U.S. National Solar Observatory, the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory and astrophysicists across the planet report that the nearly all-time low sunspot activity may result in a sustained cooling period on Earth... (more)

July 28, 2011
NEWSMAX NASA has released a new study that may prove global-warming alarmists have been wrong all along. Data from NASA's Terra satellite covering the period 2000 through 2011 shows that when the earth's climate heats up, the atmosphere appears to be better able to channel the heat to outer space... (more)

July 28, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS A lawsuit that had threatened to end the Obama administration's funding of embryonic stem cell research was thrown out Wednesday, allowing the United States to continue supporting a search for cures to deadly diseases over protests that the work relies on destroyed human embryos... (more)

July 28, 2011
POLITICO Hours after Sen. John McCain dropped bombs on the tea party and took her name in vain on the Senate floor, former Nevada Senate candidate Sharron Angle on Thursday hammered the 2008 GOP presidential nominee as a conservative turncoat... (more)

July 27, 2011
NEWSMAX Mitt Romney remains the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, according to a new poll from Gallup. But the survey shows a marked drop in support for the former Massachusetts governor when Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani are factored into the mix... (more)

July 27, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES House Republicans do not have enough support to pass their debt-ceiling increase plan on their own, a top conservative said Tuesday as his party's leaders tried to cobble together a coalition of Republicans and Democrats to put the bill over the top... (more)

July 27, 2011
NEWSMAX Sen. Pat Toomey says there is "no scenario" in which he envisions America's defaulting on its debt -- and the Obama administration admits privately that the threats it has been making for weeks are not true. The bigger problem is that the U.S. credit rating will be downgraded if fiscal problems are not addressed, the Pennsylvania Republican also said Monday on Fox News... (more)

July 27, 2011
DAVID KUPELIAN "I hate to disrespect the president, but he's lying." That was TV commentator Dick Morris last night on Fox's "Hannity," talking about Barack Obama's primetime speech in which the president once again warned Americans their government was on the verge of catastrophic default... (more)

July 27, 2011
SACRAMENTO BEE Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday nominated UC Berkeley law professor Goodwin Liu to the California Supreme Court, two months after Republican opposition forced Liu to withdraw his nomination to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals... (more)

July 27, 2011
REUTERS Two days after same-sex marriage became legal in New York, the state's attorney general has taken legal action challenging the constitutionality of the U.S. law which defines marriage as between a man and woman... (more)

July 27, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN Wu-hoo! Welcome to another freaky ethics fiasco brought to you by the D.C. den of dysfunctional Democrats. This one comes clothed in a Tigger costume, wrapped in blinders, and bathed in the fetid Beltway odor of eau de Pass le Buck... (more)

July 26, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES It is a well-told story that the mainstream media - at least to a small degree - have a liberal bias. It's surprising, then, that few people have examined, or even asked, a potentially more important question: Does the bias matter? If the media reports the news with a certain slant, how does it affect those who take in the content?... (more)

July 26, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Congressional Democrats and Republicans waged a war of words on Monday over their debt-ceiling plans, but their agendas amount to pretty much the same thing. Washington just can't kick its spending habit. Both the blueprints cooked up by House Speaker John A. Boehner, Ohio Republican, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Nevada Democrat, claim 10-year domestic spending reductions equivalent to a bit over $1 trillion with the creation of new committees to find more spending reforms... (more)

July 26, 2011
NEWSMAX Support for President Obama is fading among two groups considered essential to his re-election: liberal Democrats and blacks, a new poll discloses. The percentage of liberal Democrats who strongly support Obama's record on jobs dropped 22 points from last year, from 55 percent to 31 percent, according to the Washington Post-ABC News survey... (more)

July 26, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH After more than 30 years of observing and covering politics, I wrote in "The Tea Party Manifesto" that there is a major misconception about a "divide" in the movement between so-called "social conservatives" and so-called "economic conservatives." What I found was that these labels are not only terribly misleading, but virtually meaningless if one's goal is to understand the dynamics at work with the conservative movement... (more)

July 26, 2011
US NEWS Twelve Democratic senators have joined 45 Republicans in a fast growing movement to halt progress on an Obama-backed United Nations effort that could bring international gun control into the United States and slap America's gun owners with severe restrictions... (more)

July 25, 2011
LOS ANGELES TIMES Gov. Jerry Brown is expected to sign a bill Monday that will increase access to college financial aid for undocumented immigrants. Brown is to appear with the author of the bill, Assemblyman Gilbert Cedillo (D-Los Angeles) at Cal State Los Angeles on Monday afternoon... (more)


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