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October 31, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Fifty years after the pill, another birth control revolution may be on the horizon: free contraception for women in the U.S., thanks to the new health care law. That could start a shift toward more reliable -- and expensive -- forms of birth control that are gaining acceptance in other developed countries... (more)


October 30, 2010
NEWSMAX — The tea party movement has altered the Republican Party for the better, seeking to restrain the government and boost the individual, says Vito Fossella, a former Republican congressman from New York... (more)


October 30, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — How does it happen that a California judge can upend millennia of accepted standards for society by saying that gender plays no role in marriage? Or a court can approve a Florida school district's deal with liberals to ban teachers from praying -- even when they're off-campus?... (more)


October 30, 2010
NATIONAL REVIEW — Stanley Kurtz hit an Organizing for America nerve during Barack Obama's campaign for president. Stanley, a Harvard-educated social anthropologist, is a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and has written for National Review and National Review Online for over a decade... (more)


October 30, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Here is a look of the key races in the 50 states: ALABAMA -- Republican Sen. Richard Shelby cruising to a fifth term in heavily Republican state. Republican Robert Bentley favored in gubernatorial race... (more)


October 30, 2010
WALTER E. WILLIAMS — Most people whom we elect to Congress are either ignorant of, have contempt for or are just plain stupid about the United States Constitution. You say: "Whoa, Williams, you're really out of line! You'd better explain." Let's look at it... (more)


October 30, 2010
BIG HOLLYWOOD — While Jon Stewart puts on his safely PC Detached Irony Mock-Fest a little later today, keep this unexpected moment from last night's Real Time with Bill Maher in mind... (more)


October 30, 2010
MCCLATCHY NEWSPAPERS — As if this election season weren't already tense enough, fears about voter fraud -- and some of the steps that are being taken to combat it -- have created more worries... (more)


October 30, 2010
PAT BOONE — As we roll right up to election eve, the polls all indicate there are still enough eligible, independent voters to turn the elections to the right or left ... who haven't made up their minds! I know there are a number of confusing, complex issues voters have to consider... (more)


October 29, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Nov. 2 is the nation's referendum on Obamacare. No other issue has so polarized the public and shed light on the policy failings of the left. The midterm elections represent the last, best hope for millions of Americans who don't want to see the health care law's most onerous provisions ever take effect... (more)


October 29, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH — White House senior adviser David Axelrod is making his living right now demanding the U.S. Chamber of Commerce release its list of donors, even though there is no legal requirement to do so, because the Obama administration suspects the group might be using foreign contributions to pay for political ads... (more)


October 29, 2010
MICHELLE MALKIN — My military friends have a favorite saying: "If you're not catching flak, you're not over the target." This campaign season, conservative women in politics have caught more flak than WWII Lancaster bombers over Berlin... (more)


October 29, 2010
ROGER HEDGECOCK — Midnight robo-calls, "free food" at Harry Reid "voter turnout events," unions offering "gift cards" to Reid voters, touch-screen voting machines refusing to register votes cast for Sharron Angle--it's election season in Nevada!... (more)


October 29, 2010
CBN NEWS — A Denver district court judge has ruled that Colorado's governor's support for the National Day of Prayer does not violate the U.S. Constitution... (more)


October 28, 2010
POLITICO — Amy Kremer, an early tea party organizer, says the movement could turn against new House and Senate members if they stray too far from the strict fiscal conservatism and anti-establishment spirit that got them elected... (more)


October 28, 2010
CONNIE HAIR — Giving insight as only the Great Maha Rushie can, Rush Limbaugh put some sunlight on yet another scheme to interfere in America's ability to self-govern by left-wing billionaire George Soros. Rush points out that even a small influx of cash into your state Secretary of State race can make a huge difference... (more)


October 28, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST — Democrats in Nevada have been accused of using strong-arm tactics best symbolized in recent years by the likes of ACORN and SEIU, so as to steal the election for Senate Democrat leader Harry Reid. The "funny business" started when voters in Boulder City (near Las Vegas) showed up to cast their (early voting) ballot for Reid's Republican opponent, Sharron Angle... (more)


October 27, 2010
THOMAS SOWELL — Politics is not the only place where some pretty brassy statements have been made and repeated so often that some people have accepted these brassy statements as being as good as gold. One of the brassiest of the brass oldies is the notion that the Constitution creates a "wall of separation" between church and state... (more)


October 27, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — A federal appeals court on Tuesday struck down a key part of Arizona's law requiring voters to prove they are citizens before registering to vote and to show identification before casting ballots... (more)


October 27, 2010
THE HILL — The president suggested the outcome of key elections next Tuesday could determine the fate of his legislative priorities. The president stopped short of saying next week's election is a referendum on his policies, but suggested the outcome of key elections next Tuesday could determine the fate of his agenda... (more)


October 27, 2010
AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE — If US President Barack Obama's Republican foes win next week's elections, they will spare no effort to beat back his signature health care overhaul, the party's leader in the House said Wednesday... (more)


October 27, 2010
MICHELLE MALKIN — Denial isn't just a river in Egypt. It's the Democrats' coping mechanism for midterm election voter fraud. Faced with multiple reports of early voting irregularities and election shenanigans across the country, left-wing groups are playing dumb, deaf and blind. Voter fraud? What voter fraud?... (more)


October 27, 2010
FRANK J. GAFFNEY JR. — Earlier this year, President Obama drove U.S.-Israeli relations -- to use one of President Obama's oft-employed analogies -- into a ditch. Arguably, ties between the two countries were never more strained than last spring when Mr. Obama serially insulted the elected leader of Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, vilified his country and tried to euchre it into making territorial, political and other ill-advised concessions to Arabs determined as ever to destroy the Jewish state... (more)


October 27, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Less than halfway through his first term, President Obama has appointed more openly gay officials than any other president in history. Gay activists say the estimate of at least 150 appointments thus far - ranging from agency heads and commission members to policy officials and senior staffers... (more)


October 27, 2010
NEWSMAX — Republican Sharron Angle is holding on to her lead over Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in Nevada, a new Rasmussen Reports poll reveals. The survey of likely voters released on Tuesday shows Angle with 49 percent to Reid's 45 percent... (more)