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April 7, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES The White House has vowed to veto the short-term spending bill House Republicans will vote on this afternoon, taking away the safety net that could have given both sides another week to avert an immediate government shutdown... (more)

April 7, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS The Arkansas Supreme Court has upheld a decision to strike down a state law barring gay couples and other unmarried people living together from serving as adoptive or foster parents... (more)

April 6, 2011
NEWSMAX Billionaire developer Donald Trump is showing signs of a surge in polls tracking GOP frontrunners for the 2012 presidential nomination, according to The Wall Street Journal. In a new Wall Street Journal/NBC poll, Trump was tied for second with former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, with 17 percent behind former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who had 21 percent... (more)

April 6, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES President Obama got an implicit green light Wednesday to go ahead with writing new environmental rules to limit greenhouse gases, after the Senate failed to pass any one of four separate proposals designed to tie the administration's hands... (more)

April 6, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES After 38 years, the regime of Roe v. Wade is starting to lose its grip on public acceptance. As more and more people recognize the sanctity of human life, states are moving to enact legal protections for the unborn after 20 weeks of gestation. Recent scientific evidence suggests children at this stage of development are able to feel pain... (more)

April 6, 2011
ROBERT KNIGHT "We used to conform behavior to the military. Now we're conforming the military to behavior." Rep. Allen B. West, Florida Republican, belled the cat neatly during a hearing last Friday on the military's breakneck pace in implementing the new lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) law... (more)

April 6, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Congress on Tuesday revoked the first significant parts of President Obama's health care initiative when the Senate voted overwhelmingly to eliminate a burdensome tax paperwork requirement the law imposes on businesses. Republicans called the bill "a down payment on total repeal" while most Democrats said it marked an improvement in last year's law... (more)

April 6, 2011
NEWSMAX Glenn Beck will leave his Fox News Channel show this year, although an announcement from the network and his production company today did not include his final departure date... (more)

April 6, 2011
JOHN STOSSEL If you own a gun in Illinois, take precautions. The state attorney general, Lisa Madigan, wants to release the names of guns owners in response to an Associated Press request. Publication of that list would tell the criminal class where the guns are, which could be useful to two different sorts of lawbreakers... (more)

April 6, 2011
DICK MORRIS If House Republicans accept a "compromise" of less than $61 billion in budget cuts, it will demonstrate that they will never really make good on their sole bargaining chip -- a government shutdown. If they don't do it over the continuing resolution (CR), they won't do it over the debt limit or the 2012 budget... (more)

April 6, 2011
CNSNEWS.COM Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli told CNSNews.com that congressional Republicans should cut off funds for the implementation of the health care law until its constitutionality is determined... (more)

April 5, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY The lone Republican in the Hawaii State Senate was interviewed on the radio this morning, explaining that while he believes Barack Obama was born in the Aloha State, he questions what might be on the original, long-form birth certificate that would prompt the president to go to such lengths to conceal it... (more)

April 5, 2011
POLITICO The National Republican Senatorial Committee's parody of Obama's 2012 campaign, released Friday, now has 665,000 views on YouTube. Obama's real launch video, released yesterday: Just 168,000... (more)

April 5, 2011
JOHN HAYWARD Most observers on both Left and Right agree that a massive battle over the size, scope, and even nature of government is brewing. Over at the Washington Post, liberal robot E.J. Dionne explodes in a shower of sparks as he tries to process the magnitude of Republican Paul Ryan's budget plan, whose "central purpose will not be deficit reduction, but the gradual dismantling of key parts of government"... (more)

April 5, 2011
DAVE WEINBAUM Margaret Sanger's Negro project instigated in 1939, has gone a long way toward her goal of euthanizing a race she considered inferior. Sanger, the "mother" of Planned Parenthood is a hero and role model to s ome, racist loon to others... (more)

April 4, 2011
LONDON DAILY MAIL The image is eerily familiar: a bearded young man with flowing curly hair. After lying for nearly 2,000 years hidden in a cave in the Holy Land, the fine detail is difficult to determine. But in a certain light it is not difficult to interpret the marks around the figure's brow as a crown of thorns... (more)

April 4, 2011
NEWSMAX Many Republicans see a balanced-budget constitutional amendment as an important step to pull the government out of its debt morass. Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., is one of them. He staunchly supports making a vote to lift the government's debt ceiling conditional on passage of Republicans' balanced-budget amendment, which was released last week, The Hill reports... (more)

April 4, 2011
HUMAN EVENTS Eric Holder should've never been confirmed as attorney general. Any man who would, as he did, urge President Bill Clinton to grant clemency to 16 members of the Puerto Rican domestic terrorist outfit FALN (a Spanish acronym for Armed Forces of National Liberation) was not only unfit to be America's lawyer, but he himself should have been investigated... (more)

April 4, 2011
NEWSMAX President Barack Obama won't warn the American public about the dangers that Islamic extremism poses because he's afraid of offending Muslims, former Reagan Cabinet member Bill Bennett tells Newsmax.TV... (more)

April 4, 2011
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST There is a high risk -- very close to a dead certainty -- that no matter what happens in Libya, the results will be bad for the United States. In the run-up to his 2012 re-election bid, why would President Obama go against such odds?... (more)

April 3, 2011
FOX NEWS The Republican chairman of the House Budget Committee said his party's budget proposal for 2012 would cut deficits by more than $4 trillion over the next decade, vowing to tackle costly entitlements like Medicare and Medicaid... (more)

April 2, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN For 30 years, Chicago banned handguns. The crime rate skyrocketed. Murders soared. Gangs blossomed. Desperate city officials even considered calling the National Guard to combat the out-of-control violence that all the "community organizing" in the world couldn't curb... (more)

April 2, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH Barack Obama and Democratic leaders in the House and Senate are planning to shut down the government in a week or so in hopes of scaring Republicans into agreeing to more modest cuts in spending. More modest? The cuts Republicans have put on the table are far too little, far too late... (more)

April 2, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Ford Motor Co. beat General Motors in March sales, another small but significant victory of private enterprise over government micromanagement. Since the 2009 government takeover of GM, competition between the two leading domestic auto manufacturers has taken on strong ideological overtones... (more)

April 2, 2011
JARRETT STEPMAN Tea Party activists gathered in front the Robert A. Taft Memorial in Washington, D.C., yesterday to protest the debt, deficits, and the compromise over budget cuts. The rain and frigid temperatures did nothing to dampen the mood of the event, which appropriately took place at the base of a memorial to one of America's greatest senators and an iconic conservative statesmen... (more)


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