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October 6, 2014
NEWSMAX — Former CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson says she pitched a story two years ago that terrorists were becoming adept at using social media, but her bosses weren't interested.... (more)


October 6, 2014
THE HILL — Speaker John Boehner vowed last year that he'd back gay GOP candidates. Now, he's making good on his word. The Ohio Republican is heading to California this week, where he'll raise cash for openly gay Republican candidate Carl DeMaio in defiance of several conservative groups.... (more)


October 6, 2014
ROBERT KNIGHT — For six years, Eric Holder Jr. has built a legacy that delights liberals and appalls conservatives, especially those who revere the Constitution. Right out of the box, during Black History Month in 2009, Mr. Holder accused his countrymen of being "a nation of cowards" on racial matters... (more)


October 6, 2014
WASHINGTON TIMES — The Seattle School Board voted unanimously on Wednesday for schools to observe "Indigenous Peoples' Day" on the same day as the Columbus Day federal holiday.... (more)


October 5, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY — Silence isn't always golden. The family of the late Miriam Carey has now had to endure a year of silence from officials who have not said why she was shot dead by Secret Service agents and Capitol Police on Oct. 13, 2013.... (more)


October 5, 2014
BOB UNRUH — He has sued the National Security Agency, and won at the district court level. He has sued to get Barack Obama's birth certificate. He has sued Hugo Chavez on behalf of torture victims. He has sued journalists. He has sued the Taliban and al-Qaida. He sued Cuba and won a multimillion-dollar judgment. Now Larry Klayman, the former Justice Department lawyer and founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, is suing to get President Obama deported.... (more)


October 5, 2014
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — The Daily Beast's Eli Lake is one of the best national-security reporters there is. Late this week, he made an important contribution to the "Khorasan" debate -- the controversy over President Obama's commencement of an aerial bombing campaign, in the absence of congressional authorization... (more)


October 5, 2014
NEWSMAX — As many as 30 million Americans could lose their employer-sponsored healthcare at the end of the year because those plans will not meet the requirements of Obamacare, health policy expert Betsy McCaughey said on Saturday.... (more)


October 3, 2014
FAITH & FREEDOM FOUNDATION — The Manhattan-based, Hollywood-connected Creative Coalition this year will be honoring Dr. Alan Keyes with the prestigious Christopher Reeve First Amendment Award... (more)


October 3, 2014


October 3, 2014
BLOOMBERG — An unidentified man posing as a member of Congress made it into a secure area backstage at President Barack Obama's appearance at a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation awards dinner in Washington Sept. 27, according to a White House official.... (more)


October 3, 2014
JOSEPH FARAH — Less than 24 hours after I wrote a column explaining why Republicans don't deserve to win the 2014 midterm election next month because of their total failure to craft a coherent national message, many of you received what seemed like an official direct response to my criticism. Maybe the timing was a coincidence.... (more)


October 3, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY — First lady Michelle Obama is warning Democrats that control of the U.S. Senate, Republican efforts to impeach her husband, and even the fate of Obamacare all may rest on "a few hundred" votes. In an email to raise funds for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, she warned of dire consequences if the party fails to collect more money or get voters to the polls this November.... (more)


October 3, 2014
WASHINGTON POST — Well that didn't take long. Less than 24 hours after President Obama commented that his "policies are on the ballot" in the 2014 election, Sen. Pat Roberts's (R-Kan.) campaign became what appears to be the first Republican -- of many to come -- to use the remarks in a campaign ad.... (more)


October 3, 2014
POLITICO — A House committee is asking a federal judge to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of court for failing to comply with a deadline a judge set to turn over documents related to the Justice Department's response to Operation Fast and Furious.... (more)


October 3, 2014
CNS NEWS — In his decision, U.S. District Judge Ronald White concluded Tuesday that the IRS rule altering the Obamacare law and providing billions in subsidies is "arbitrary, capricious and abuse of discretion."... (more)


October 3, 2014
NEWSMAX — Four years ago, quietly and without public notice, the Obama administration scrapped quarantine plans from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) which could have blocked travelers with the deadly Ebola virus from entering the U.S.... (more)


October 3, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY — America wants to know: Why in the world isn't the Ebola clean-up crew in Dallas, Texas, wearing protective biohazard suits to prevent further spread of the deadly virus?... (more)


October 3, 2014
JEROME R. CORSI — After learning the overturning of his felony conviction had been upheld by an appeals court, former Majority Leader Tom DeLay told WND he is considering bringing charges against the Travis County District Attorney's Office for prosecutorial misconduct and he might run again for political office.... (more)


October 3, 2014
NEWSMAX — Tax incentives and a culture that increasingly eschews the value of the traditional family are to blame for the breakdown of the American family, conservative firebrand Phyllis Schlafly said Friday on Newsmax TV's "America's Forum."... (more)


October 3, 2014
TOM TANCREDO — The chickens are coming home to roost after 50 years of complacency about the left's takeover of higher education. The really bad news is that it may be too late to reverse our cultural suicide after decades of neglect of the corruption of our educational institutions.... (more)


October 2, 2014
JOSEPH FARAH — No one is rooting harder for a big Republican victory in the 2014 midterm election than I am. But it's not because I like Republicans. In fact, with a few notable individual exceptions, I don't even know what they stand for. I suspect it's something like this: "We're not as bad as the other guys." And that's a problem.... (more)


October 2, 2014
ARLEN WILLIAMS — If November 4th's elections turn out as all the data gatherers, electoral analysts, and yours truly presently assess, the Republican Party would most likely gain the caucusing majority in the U.S. Senate, 52-48. That possibility however is way too close to call, like calling ball or strike on a knuckler halfway to the plate... (more)


October 2, 2014
CLIFF KINCAID — I learned about the passing of former Washington Times columnist John Lofton as I was looking through an old file of clippings and found a Lofton gem entitled, "Where terrorism is rooted," from the July 5, 1985, issue of the paper. It's a reminder of Lofton's important style of writing and the fact that the Islamists we face today learned their style of warfare from the Soviets... (more)


October 2, 2014
CINDY SIMPSON — As our nation considers what President Obama now admits as "the real and growing threat" of terrorism, the question must be asked: What is the "Obama Doctrine?" If we discover that the answer, rather than a description of a "half-hearted war on terror," is a similar but refocused version of the Bush Doctrine -- we will find ourselves "stumbling" more than Sarah Palin to explain it to the likes of Charlie Gibson... (more)