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January 19, 2010
DICK MORRIS — After Obama succeeds in jamming health care changes down the collective throats of his embattled constituents, his next move will be to bring overt socialism to the United States in the guise of regulatory reform... (more)


January 19, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — The demand for documentation of Barack Obama's eligibility to occupy the Oval Office is surging, with lawmakers in several states now working on legislation that could be used to require future presidential candidates to reveal precisely how they are qualified under the U.S. Constitution's demand for a "natural born citizen"... (more)


January 19, 2010
ANDREA TANTAROS — If you're looking to analyze Barack Obama's first year in office, look no further than the special election in the Bay State. It's symbolic -- and very telling - that one year after Obama's inauguration, the Democratic candidate is imploding and poised to lose a longtime held seat in a traditionally blue stronghold... (more)


January 19, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — The civics books say the House and Senate produce a final bill by sitting around a table where the public can watch them work out their differences. It's a quaint idea, but a different modern reality has been on display this month. Democrats are refusing to open to the public the end-stage negotiations on how the government is going to change the delivery of health care... (more)


January 19, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Just when the Republican Party appears poised for big pickups in the 2010 midterm elections, a ragtag band of grass-roots conservatives millions strong and fiercely motivated, but with no national leader, threatens to split the Grand Old Party in two... (more)


January 19, 2010
MONA CHAREN — Oh, how different the world would look if Martha Coakley were a Republican! As it is, she gets the sort of gentle rebukes the press reserves for Democrats. Her campaign was too "lackadaisical," we are told. She was "overconfident," and too "buttoned down"... (more)


January 19, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — One of the two former U.S. Border Patrol agents whose cases have been covered in hundreds of WND reports has confirmed he will seek a retrial to overturn his felony convictions. The sentence for Ignacio Ramos -- along with the sentence for fellow former agent Jose Compean -- was commuted by President Bush as he was leaving the presidency... (more)


January 18, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST — "We have been chastened," a Republican congressional leader solemnly told this column. After the humiliating defeats of 2006 and 2008, one would hope so... (more)


January 17, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH — Martin Luther King had a dream. He told about his dream shortly before an assassin cut his life short: "I have a dream today. "I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and the crooked places will be made straight, and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together... (more)


January 17, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Barack Obama has the worst budget record of any president in American history. White House budget office spokesman Tom Gavin claimed "a very strong beginning" for the president's purported first-year attempts at controlling spending - for example, zeroing out a $17 million program for work incentive grants... (more)


January 17, 2010
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER — What went wrong? A year ago, he was king of the world. Now President Obama's approval rating, according to CBS, has dropped to 46 percent -- and his disapproval rating is the highest ever recorded by Gallup at the beginning of an (elected) president's second year... (more)


January 16, 2010
NEWSMAX — Republican Scott Brown leads Democrat Martha Coakley 48 percent to 45 percent in the special Massachusetts U.S. Senate race to replace Sen. Ted Kennedy in a telephone survey conducted Jan. 12-14 among 600 likely voters in Massachusetts saying they will definitely vote in the special election on Jan. 19... (more)


January 16, 2010
BLOOMBERG — Even if Democrats lose the Jan. 19 special election to pick a new Massachusetts senator, Congress may still pass a health-care overhaul by using a process called reconciliation, a top House Democrat said... (more)


January 16, 2010
JIM SIMPSON — A variety of moves being undertaken by Democrats are designed to ensure their permanent hold on power through engineering a new electorate. In a recent article, we discussed the possibility that Democrats will introduce universal voter registration (UVR) legislation this year, and we offered that as an explanation for their seeming carelessness in the face of plummeting poll numbers... (more)


January 16, 2010
STAR PARKER — Again, this Jan. 22, hundreds of thousands of pro-life Americans will converge on Washington for the March for Life. The March has taken place every year since 1974 to protest the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision on Jan. 22, 1973, which legalized abortion... (more)


January 16, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — In a one-two series of Climategate aftershocks that assuredly will further rattle the global warming community, a report has been issued by U.S. researchers accusing government agencies of cherry-picking temperature readings used to assess global temperatures... (more)


January 16, 2010
TERENCE P. JEFFREY — Any inquiry aimed at discovering the nature of marriage must ultimately arrive at one of two conclusions: Either marriage is something with an absolute nature ordained by God and thus unchangeable, or it is an artificial thing, created by human beings... (more)


January 16, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — A District of Columbia judge on Thursday threw out a lawsuit by opponents of gay marriage against the city's elections board. The plaintiffs, led by Maryland pastor Bishop Harry Jackson, sued after the Board of Elections and Ethics refused to put their initiative on the ballot... (more)


January 15, 2010
NEWSREAL — In case you missed it, Wednesday night Glenn Beck spent a full hour interviewing Sarah Palin. Their conversation touched on topics not usually discussed these days: God and trust... (more)


January 15, 2010
FOX NEWS — The World Health Organization (WHO) is considering a plan to ask governments to impose a global consumer tax on such things as Internet activity or everyday financial transactions like paying bills online... (more)


January 15, 2010
LIFESITENEWS.COM — The New Hampshire House of Representatives on Wednesday rejected a bill that would have legalized assisted suicide. Lawmakers voted 242-113 to kill the measure. In November, the House Judiciary Committee had recommended against passing the bill by a wide margin, 14-3... (more)


January 15, 2010
PAT BUCHANAN — We were blindsided. We never saw it coming. So said Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein of the financial crisis of 2008. He likened its probability to four hurricanes hitting the East Coast in a single season. Blankfein was reminded by the chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Committee, Phil Angelides, that hurricanes are "acts of God"... (more)


January 15, 2010
DAVID LIMBAUGH — There are definitely two Americas, but not the two that fallen former presidential candidate John Edwards had in mind. There's the real America, and there's the imaginary America President Barack Obama has boasted of creating... (more)


January 15, 2010
EAST VALLEY TRIBUNE — If Barack Obama wants to run for re-election he would need to produce proof of both his U.S. birth and citizenship to get on the ballot in Arizona, at least under a measure being pushed by a state legislator. Rep. Judy Burges, R-Skull Valley, is crafting a measure to require anyone running for president or vice president to provide proof to the Arizona Secretary of State's Office that they are legally eligible to seek the office... (more)


January 15, 2010
LIFESITENEWS.COM — On Thursday, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a display including the Ten Commandments in Leitchfield, KY, on the second floor of Grayson County's courthouse... (more)