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August 6, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — With Democrats on defense, Republicans expressed cautious confidence of big gains in the fall elections - particularly in governor's races - though they acknowledged that the GOP must do more to snatch control of Congress from President Barack Obama's party... (more)


August 6, 2010
JEFF CROUERE — For most politicians, campaign season comes and goes, but in the Obama White House, it is permanent. As we approach mid-term elections and get ready for the next presidential election, team Obama is working on the swing states, solidifying their support in blue states and ignoring or opposing the interests of voters in conservative red states... (more)


August 6, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — The Senate on Thursday voted to hire 1,000 more U.S. Border Patrol agents as part of a $600 million border-security bill, acting swiftly in the hours before they left to face constituents during their five-week summer vacation... (more)


August 6, 2010
NEWSMAX — State Sen. Russell Pearce, the chief architect of Arizona's tough immigration law, tells Newsmax that the recent court ruling on the law was a "huge win" for Americans fighting to stem the flow of illegal aliens in this country... (more)


August 5, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — A homosexual judge branded 7,001,084 California voters as hateful people on Wednesday. In so doing, Vaughn R. Walker, a man never elected to his lifetime position, decided he would reshape the state to better suit his personal lifestyle preference. In striking down Proposition 8's simple statement that, "Only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California," Judge Vaughn undermined not just the political process, but society itself... (more)


August 5, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — "Joe the Plumber" has lost his fight against the state of Ohio in a decision his attorney called a "frightening" green light for government officials to snoop into people's private information... (more)


August 5, 2010
NEWSMAX — The NAACP's smearing tea partyers as racists betrays liberals' desperation to scare voters away from the grass-roots movement, Atlanta radio talk-show host Herman Cain tells Newsmax.TV. "The whole accusation of racism is ridiculous," says Cain, a black businessman who often speaks at tea party events... (more)


August 5, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Supporters of California's gay marriage ban have filed an appeal of a federal judge's ruling striking down the voter-approved law. The appeal to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday was expected, as lawyers on both sides of the legal battle repeatedly vowed to carry the fight to a higher court if they lost... (more)


August 5, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM — A bipartisan bill meant to permanently prohibit taxpayer-funded abortions in every federal program has been introduced in the House, with over 150 original cosponsors, including 16 Democrats... (more)


August 4, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — A federal judge in California who is reported to be living a homosexual lifestyle today nixed the state's "gay"-marriage ban, ruling that voters cannot define in their own state constitution that marriage is between one man and one woman only... (more)


August 4, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Missouri voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected a key provision of President Barack Obama's health care law, sending a clear message of discontent to Washington and Democrats less than 100 days before the midterm elections... (more)


August 4, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — The attorney general for the state of Virginia, who recently won a preliminary round over the Obama administration in his state's fight over Obamacare, says if it is upheld that the feds can order residents to purchase health insurance, then "they can order you to do anything"... (more)


August 4, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Black members of the tea party movement on Wednesday rejected charges that the group's activists are racist, saying they oppose President Barack Obama because of his policies not his skin color. The members gathered at a Washington news conference in the wake of allegations about its rank and file... (more)


August 4, 2010
RIGHT WING NEWS — Over the past few days, a video of California Rep. Pete Stark's exchange with a constituent in a town hall meeting has gone viral in the online community. The interest in the video is focused on a comment Stark made about the power of the federal government... (more)


August 4, 2010
RENEWAMERICA — Recently, we received the following message from Alan Keyes' national pro-life organization -- Declaration Alliance -- appealing for support of a criminal complaint filed by DA and Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch alleging that Elena Kagan defrauded the Supreme Court by altering a scientific report on partial-birth abortion when she was an attorney for President Bill Clinton... (more)


August 4, 2010
JOHN GIZZI — In most of the contested Republican primaries held in three states last night, the winners were conservatives. The GOP nominations for open U.S. Senate seats in Kansas and Missouri, for example, were won by conservative Representatives Jerry Moran and Roy Blunt respectively... (more)


August 4, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM — With the nation's unemployment rate at 9.6 percent, a new Rasmussen poll shows that voters are just as likely to blame President Barack Obama for the nation's current economic woes as they are to blame his predecessor, President George W. Bush... (more)


August 4, 2010
JOHN STOSSEL — In "Myths, Lies and Downright Stupidity," I bet my readers $1,000 that they couldn't name one thing that government does better than the private sector. I am yet to pay. Free enterprise does everything better. Why? Because if private companies don't do things efficiently, they lose money and die... (more)


August 3, 2010
MICHELLE ODDIS — In just one month Americans will once again pause to remember a day that forever changed our country. On September 11, 2001 radical Islam attacked America. They murdered our families, friends, and co-workers. Over 3,000 died and millions suffered. Today, President Obama continues to demonstrate that he cares more about tolerance and hand holding than defending our country... (more)


August 3, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Leading Republicans are joining a push to reconsider the constitutional amendment that grants automatic citizenship to people born in the United States. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky said Tuesday he supports holding hearings on the 14th Amendment right... (more)


August 3, 2010
D.L. ADAMS — In a strange and dangerous pandering to populism over constitutionalism, the Massachusetts legislature approved a law on July 27 that overturns the Electoral College in that state. In other words, nullification is alive and well in the Bay State. According to Democratic state Sen. James B. Eldridge, "every vote will be of the same weight across the country"... (more)


August 3, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH — For 30 years or more, the political divide within the Republican Party has been over how to build the so-called "big tent." Republicans like Ronald Reagan not only laid out a positive and sweeping vision of how America could reclaim its heritage of a "shining city on a hill" through returning to the principles of limited government through responsible taxation and spending policies, but also emphasized non-materialistic values such as faith in God and the importance of the traditional family... (more)


August 3, 2010
REUTERS — Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid, one of America's most powerful politicians, holds a narrow edge among likely voters in his re-election bid in recession-lashed Nevada, a Reuters-Ipsos poll said on Tuesday. The struggling U.S. economy is paramount in voters' minds as they look ahead to the November 2 election in Nevada, with 74 percent citing the economy as their top concern, the poll of 600 Nevada voters July 30-August 1 found... (more)


August 3, 2010
THOMAS SOWELL — You expect Republican politicians to criticize Democratic administrations and vice versa. But when Democrats start criticizing Democratic administrations, that is news. Someone once said that the headline "Dog bites man" is not news, but "Man bites dog" is. We are now starting to get "Democrat bites Democrat" news... (more)


August 2, 2010
FOX 10 PHOENIX — He's been at the center of the discussions and controversies surrounding illegal immigration enforcement in Arizona for quite a while. On the day parts of Arizona's immigration law, SB 1070, went into effect, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is in the news for another reason: there's a price on his head - allegedly offered by a Mexican drug cartel... (more)


 

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