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April 12, 2015
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — We Met fans were thrilled by the brilliance of Matt Harvey, who tossed six shutout innings in his first start after missing 19 months due to elbow surgery. It reminded us, though, that "The Dark Knight" is going to demand a huge contract down the road.... (more)


April 12, 2015
ALAN DERSHOWITZ — Whenever a prominent political figure is indicted on charges of alleged corruption, serious questions arise. Is the prosecution part of a growing and dangerous trend toward criminalizing policy differences? Does it endanger the free speech rights of contributors? Will it constrain the legislative branch from serving as a check and balance on the executive?... (more)


April 12, 2015
NEWSMAX — Hillary Clinton plans to build her planned quest for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination on a risky strategy that touts a "new chapter" that builds on President Barack Obama's efforts and embraces her 2008 opponent as a key ally and adviser.... (more)


April 12, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who in a short time has built a solid but controversial record fighting President Obama on key issues, is challenging other Republicans eying the 2016 presidential race to prove they have "bled" opposing the White House.... (more)


April 12, 2015
NEWSMAX — The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a private science and engineering college in New York, has postponed its April 10 screening of "American Sniper" at its student-run theater after a Muslim students' group requested that it be canceled.... (more)


April 12, 2015
NEWSMAX — An Egyptian court sentenced Mohamed Badie, the leader of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, and 13 other senior members of the group to death for inciting chaos and violence, a judge said in a televised session on Saturday.... (more)


April 12, 2015
BOB UNRUH — A new state law in Kansas is setting precedent by outlawing "dismemberment" abortions, effectively taking one tool in the abortionists' box of lethal procedures off the table, according to Operation Rescue.... (more)


April 12, 2015
WORLDNETDAILY — Across the United States, concerned parents and students are refusing to participate in new tests aligned with the federal government's Common Core state standards, and international journalist and educator Alex Newman could not be more excited about it.... (more)


April 11, 2015
TOM TANCREDO — President Obama thinks he can ignore the Constitution and speed ahead with his nuclear arms agreement with Iran. He's wrong. This time, his dangerous policy is facing a growing revolt. We all know Congress is partly to blame for Obama's over-confidence. It has allowed other unconstitutional acts to go unchecked. But when it is Congress's own ox that is being gored, it's a different story. On Iran, Obama is now encountering opposition from unlikely sources -- fellow Democrats.... (more)


April 11, 2015
JOSEPH FARAH — "Every nation gets the government it deserves." -- Joseph de Maistre, French lawyer, diplomat, philosopher I was always puzzled by this famous axiom.... (more)


April 11, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Reporters in the national press are all in bed with their powerful government sources, and that is proven each year during White House Correspondents' Dinner week. That's the conclusion of a new documentary directed by a former reporter at one of Washington, D.C.'s biggest news publications.... (more)


April 11, 2015
GARTH KANT — What many critics consider a reign of error is apparently over for the man responsible for keeping the nation's capital and lawmakers safe. U.S. Capitol Police Chief Kim C. Dine reportedly has submitted a letter of resignation to the Capitol Police Board. It's not known if the board has accepted his resignation.... (more)


April 11, 2015
COMPUTERWORLD — As the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination approaches, a massive digital archive is in the works that will be home to more than 100,000 documents related to the Civil War-era commander-in-chief.... (more)


April 10, 2015
WEEKLY STANDARD — President Obama has long known that the real decision maker in Iran is Ayatollah Khamenei, the so-called supreme leader. While other Iranian officials have negotiated with Western powers over the mullahs' nuclear program, Khamenei's opinion is the only one that really counts... (more)


April 10, 2015
CHERYL CHUMLEY — Former Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann had some harsh words for the looming nuclear deal between the United States and Iran, labeling it a harbinger of World War III and chastising President Obama for even considering it.... (more)


April 10, 2015
BREITBART — In an effort to draw a line in the sand against further executive actions by President Barack Obama, Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL) is preparing to introduce a resolution defining the House of Representative's understanding of "high crimes and misdemeanors," the Constitution's standard for bringing impeachment proceedings.... (more)


April 10, 2015
SEN. JEFF SESSIONS — It is time for an honest discussion of immigration. The first "great wave" of U.S. immigration took place from roughly 1880 to 1930. During this time, according to the Census Bureau, the foreign-born population doubled from about 6.7 million to 14.2 million people.... (more)


April 10, 2015
NEWSMAX — The traffic stop starts like any other: an officer pulls over a motorist, walks up to the driver's side window and asks for license and registration. What happened minutes later appears to take place without any obvious sign of provocation or conflict: The driver opens the door and runs, and the officer chases after him.... (more)


April 10, 2015
BOB UNRUH — A lawyer who is fighting the U.S. government on several fronts, including pursuit of the content of Hillary Clinton's privately controlled emails while secretary of state, says he won't be derailed by the fact she wiped clean her computer server.... (more)


April 10, 2015
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON — Modern American universities used to assume four goals. First, their general education core taught students how to reason inductively and imparted an aesthetic sense through acquiring knowledge of Michelangelo, the Battle of Gettysburg, "Medea" and "King Lear," Beethoven's "Ode to Joy," and astronomy and Euclidean geometry.... (more)


April 9, 2015
CLIFF KINCAID — Only six of 54 Republican members of the Senate signed a pro-traditional marriage legal brief to the U.S. Supreme Court that was submitted on Friday. USA Today noted, "By contrast, 44 Democratic senators and 167 Democratic House members filed a brief last month urging the court to approve same-sex marriage. The brief included the full House and Senate [Democratic] leadership teams."... (more)


April 9, 2015
BOB UNRUH — The charge that Barack Obama isn't looking out for America's interests has been around since his election. But it reached new heights this week amid an impending nuclear deal with Iran, with critics contending the "framework agreement" allows the rogue Islamic regime that repeatedly has vowed to wipe Israel off the map to obtain a nuclear bomb.... (more)


April 9, 2015
JEROME R. CORSI — The decision by attorney-general nominee Loretta Lynch, as U.S. attorney, not to prosecute HSBC for money-laundering for terrorists and drug cartels is relevant to the ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran as sanctions against the Islamic regime remain a key issue.... (more)


April 9, 2015
WASHINGTON TIMES — Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty Wednesday of all 30 federal counts associated with the Boston Marathon bombings, and now a federal jury must determine whether he should be executed for detonating two shrapnel-packed pressure-cooker bombs near the marathon finish line.... (more)


April 9, 2015
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — tate law-enforcement authorities in South Carolina have filed murder charges against Michael Slager, the North Charleston police officer who killed 50-year-old Walter Scott by shooting him several times, mostly in the back as Scott was fleeing. Slager is currently being held without bail, has been fired by the police department, and faces a potential death sentence, or a term of 30 years to life in prison, if convicted.... (more)