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May 17, 2016
THOMAS SOWELL We must frankly face the fact that the front runners in both political parties represent a new low, at a time of domestic polarization and unprecedented nuclear dangers internationally. This year's general election will offer a choice between a thoroughly corrupt liar and an utterly irresponsible egomaniac.... (more)


May 16, 2016
THE HILL The former head of construction at Trump Tower in New York said Monday she couldn't believe presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump wants to be president. "I couldn't imagine him ever doing a job where he would be beholden not to one person but 300 million," Barbara Res said in an interview with The New York Times. "I think he thinks he's going to be king."... (more)


May 16, 2016
GREG COROMBOS The Supreme Court ruled 8-0 on Monday that it is sending the legal cases involving religious organizations and the Obamacare contraception mandate back to lower courts for resolution, a decision that an attorney for the Little Sisters of the Poor calls a "win-win."... (more)


May 16, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES Constitutional protections afforded by the Second Amendment include the right to buy and sell firearms, a federal appeals court ruled Monday in a decision that reinstates a lawsuit over zoning laws that limit where gun stores can be located.... (more)


May 16, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Underemployment in the U.S. is worse than the most commonly cited figures suggest, a new analysis published by the Federal Reserve Board of Governors concludes.... (more)


May 16, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES It turns out the algorithms that govern the internet can be as biased as the people who create and update them. That may be the most surprising takeaway from the political bias scandal that has enveloped Facebook after former employees told the tech blog Gizmodo that they would sometimes suppress conservative-friendly items and promote liberal reports on the newsfeed's "trending topics" box.... (more)


May 16, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID So marijuana is harmless and doesn't kill people? Consider the case of black Muslim teenager Hamza Warsame, who took a toke and plunged to his death. His friends from the hood blamed it on a non-existent white man who allegedly pushed the kid to his death. obama... (more)


May 16, 2016
ALAN KEYES Earlier this week, a good friend asked what I thought of Bobby Jindal's Wall Street Journal article in which the former Louisiana governor said that he will vote for Donald Trump in November. After reading Gov. Jindal's article, I concluded that it is just another variation on the ill-fated "lesser of evils" logic... (more)


May 16, 2016
FAITH FAMILY AMERICA What you may have been suspecting has been confirmed. LGBT activists' end goal is not ruling over the bathroom. It's obliterating the family. Riki Wilchins, a famous transsexual who recently wrote a piece in the gay publication The Advocate, revealed that many conservatives and even LGBT activists are missing the forest for the trees.... (more)


May 15, 2016
BRYAN FISCHER I've often said that the days between now and January 20, 2017 -- when the next president is inaugurated -- are the most dangerous in U.S. history. That's because this is the final window of time President Obama has to fundamentally deform America. (He uses the word "transform," but let's get real here.)... (more)


May 15, 2016
PAUL BREMMER "Literally insane." "No basis in law or logic." "Partners in child abuse." "Completely ridiculous." "Unconstitutional mandate." "Political goal." No wonder the Obama administration announced its new transgender mandate for school bathrooms across the country heading into a Friday, the traditional day for "information dumps" whereby government, hoping people are focused on the weekend, won't really pay attention.... (more)


May 15, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Sen. Ted Cruz Saturday slammed President Obama's new directive to public schools stating that transgender students should be able to use the bathroom of their choice.... (more)


May 15, 2016
THE KANSAS CITIAN, NOV. 3, 2011 During Barack Obama's tenure as the president of the Harvard Law Review in the late 1980s, at least two male student editors complained to colleagues and senior university officials about inappropriate behavior by Obama, ultimately leaving their positions at the journal, multiple sources confirm to THE KANSAS CITIAN.... (more)


May 15, 2016
NEWSMAX Draconian budget cuts on the nation's military by the Obama administration have taken such a toll that the U.S. Air Force needs 4,000 service personnel to maintain its aircraft, 700 pilots to fly them -- and members are now foraging for parts in a desert site called "The Boneyard."... (more)


May 15, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Street graffiti showing Donald Trump passionately kissing Russian President Vladimir Putin has gone viral. The artwork in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, recalls a famous 1979 photograph of then Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev kissing communist East German president and ally Erich Honecker. The kiss was actually a matter of formality, and the photograph of the two eventually became a famous graffiti piece on the Berlin Wall.... (more)


May 15, 2016
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY There was an extraordinary report in Tuesday's Washington Post about the Clinton e-mail investigation. It involved the government's interview of longtime Clinton consigliere Cheryl Mills. It details how Justice Department attorneys made an agreement with Mills's attorney to cut off questioning about a key aspect of the case.... (more)


May 15, 2016
NEWSMAX Seventy-two members of Congress have requested to review the secret 28 pages of the 9/11 report since the new term began last year -- and more are expected as the Obama administration considers whether to make the documents public.... (more)


May 15, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES The Pentagon will soon be able to cover the ocean with special pods capable of launching drones at a moment's notice. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) gave defense expert Allison Barrie a look at its newest creation, the Upward Falling Payload (UFP) this week... (more)


May 14, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID "America seems to be stuck in the toilet," says Alveda King, commenting on the Obama administration's war with North Carolina over sexually confused people getting access to the bathrooms of their choice. The pro-life leader notes that while there are real problems the administration could tackle, it has instead decided that access to public bathrooms by a new sexual minority has suddenly become a high priority under federal civil rights laws. As a result, the country is "headed for disaster," King says.... (more)


May 14, 2016
NEWSMAX Outraged conservatives Friday ripped the White House directive on transgender bathrooms, with the Rev. Franklin Graham saying he hoped "school districts across this nation will defy President Obama and his administration's radical progressive agenda to promote and advance the sin of homosexuality and the LGBT agenda."... (more)


May 14, 2016
BOB UNRUH Longtime family expert and advocate Tony Perkins of the influential Family Research Council says there is a solution to the radically leftist ideas coming out of the Obama administration as the president opens all stops in trying to establish his legacy. Impeachment.... (more)


May 14, 2016
JOSEPH FARAH You might expect me to be very upset about Barack Obama's mandate on public schools across the country to accommodate sexually confused students and, presumably, non-students alike, from using the restroom of their choice, regardless of their biologically defined sex.... (more)


May 14, 2016
DAVID FRENCH You may not have realized it yet, but the Obama administration just destroyed the traditional American public school. Without an act of Congress, without a ruling from the Supreme Court, and without even going through the motions of the regulatory rule-making process, the administration issued a letter drafting every single public educational institution in the country to implement the extreme edge of the sexual revolution.... (more)


May 14, 2016
NEWSMAX The House Judiciary Committee, citing alleged misconduct, will hold impeachment hearings later this month for IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, The Hill reports.... (more)


May 14, 2016
NEWSMAX Former Colorado GOP lawmaker Tom Tancredo questions Donald Trump's resolve to solve illegal immigration -- pointing to his choice to head a commission looking into the issue as "the mayor of the biggest sanctuary city" in the nation.... (more)