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November 23, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES Al Gore's most famous claimed invention, the Internet, has become a thorn in the side of the left. Online shopping protects consumers from having their pockets picked by the tax man... (more)


November 23, 2010
THOMAS SOWELL No country has better airport security than Israel-- and no country needs it more, since Israel is the most hated target of Islamic extremist terrorists. Yet, somehow, Israeli airport security people don't have to strip passengers naked electronically or have strangers feeling their private parts... (more)


November 23, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS Alaska's bitterly contested Senate election went to state court Monday when Republican Joe Miller sued the state over the way write-in ballots for his GOP rival have been counted... (more)


November 23, 2010
DAVID LIMBAUGH Super-genius political science professor Charles H. Franklin of the University of Wisconsin, Madison recently gave loud voice to a widely held liberal belief: Ordinary Americans, especially conservative ones, are stupid... (more)


November 23, 2010
MARTHA ZOLLER On the Tuesday before the election, Rep. Tom Price (R--Ga), who is now chair of the Republican Policy Committee, said, "we need to bring bills to the floor (if we take back the Congress) that we don't know what the outcome will be... (more)


November 22, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES It's monstrous to suggest abortions should be easier for minors to procure than other surgical procedures. Enter the American Civil Liberties Union. After losing in federal court, the ACLU has found new ways to delay a 1995 Illinois law requiring parental (or legal guardian) notification before subjecting minors to abortion... (more)


November 22, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS For only the second time, the U.S. government has approved human testing of a treatment using embryonic stem cells -- this time for a rare disease that causes serious vision loss... (more)


November 22, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST The following is not a prediction. It is presented as a possible scenario for the near future: The recent move by Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to infuse $600 billion of paper money into the economy is seen by the Obama White House -- if not by Bernanke -- as a means of ginning up the economy in time for November 2012... (more)


November 22, 2010
RENEWAMERICA Last week, former CIA Director James Woolsey headlined a forum at the National Press Club in Washington, sponsored by Freedom Watch and the Foundation for Democracy in Iran... (more)


November 21, 2010
NEWSMAX A former Iranian Revolutionary Guards officer who worked for nearly a decade and a half as a CIA spy has advice for the incoming Republican majority in the House: Help the people of Iran overthrow the tyrannical regime ruling their country or face a catastrophic war fought on Tehran's terms... (more)


November 21, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton acknowledged Sunday that she considers tighter airport security uncomfortably intrusive, while the head of the Transportation Security Administration backed away some from his earlier hard-line defense of pat-downs and full body scans... (more)


November 21, 2010
BRAD MAHLSTEDT The implementation of the new TSA passenger screening policy is indicative of just how politically correct and moronic our society is becoming. When Americans fly, we can now choose between being photographed in the nude and being fondled. Yet since 9/11, America has been attacked in the air only by radical Muslim males... (more)


November 21, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES A federal judge will hear arguments Monday on a preliminary injunction against one of the most contentious ballot measures in this month's elections -- an Oklahoma referendum that banned state courts from considering international or Islamic law when deciding cases... (more)


November 20, 2010
JANICE SHAW CROUSE According to the latest census report, the number of cohabiting couples escalated from 6.7 million in 2009 to 7.5 million just one year later. Living together has become today's "normative experience," with nearly 50 percent of young adults aged 20 to 40 cohabiting. Moreover, the percentage of women in their late 30s who said they had cohabited at least once reached 48 percent in 1995... (more)


November 20, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES In the past few days, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) policies have been probed almost as thoroughly as the elderly men and teenage girls subjected to one of the agency's indecent "enhanced" pat-downs. They've come up short. TSA's top man, John S. Pistole, testified Wednesday that he had no choice but to implement the security measures based on the intelligence he has on potential threats... (more)


November 20, 2010
JOAN SWIRSKY The drivel the media are blathering about Obama's 2012 race for reelection is absolute baloney! All those talking heads and print (so-called) journalists should be ashamed of themselves for prattling on about this unserious subject while studiously avoiding the urgent issues that threaten the very life of our country... (more)


November 19, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES Normally, when someone has been fired from a job, he or she is required to pack up all belongings and vacate the premises by the end of the day. That person is no longer accountable and may no longer act in the best interests of the employer... (more)


November 19, 2010
NEWSMAX Incoming House Speaker John Boehner and his new tea-party fueled colleagues are laying the groundwork for what would be, in absolute terms, the largest reduction ever in federal discretionary spending. During the recent midterm elections campaign, Republican leaders pledged to reduce non-entitlement spending by a whopping $100 billion... (more)


November 19, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES The hard work of safeguarding freedom has just begun. This month's elections were only a beginning. To become ever more effective, conservative power must remain focused on devolving authority to the grass roots rather than accruing it in the corridors of Washington... (more)


November 19, 2010
NEWSMAX The government, specifically the Defense Department, was instrumental in the founding of the Internet, and now the government wants to regulate cyberspace. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski is forming a net neutrality plan that he hopes to implement as soon as next month, several sources with knowledge of the situation tell Politico... (more)


November 19, 2010
WIRED Who says Congress never gets anything done? On Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously approved a bill that would give the Attorney General the right to shut down websites with a court order if copyright infringement is deemed "central to the activity" of the site -- regardless if the website has actually committed a crime... (more)


November 19, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY President Obama announced this week that he will award the Presidential Medal of Freedom -- the nation's highest civilian honor -- to John Sweeney, president emeritus of the country's biggest union, the AFL-CIO... (more)


November 19, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH Guess who was the real big winner in the 2010 midterm election? The word on the street in Washington is that it was Dick Armey, the former House majority leader. I'll bet you didn't even know he was on the ballot. Guess what? You were right. But he's being hailed as "the godfather of the tea-party movement"... (more)


November 19, 2010
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER Ah, the airport, where modern folk heroes are made. The airport, where that inspired flight attendant did what everyone who's ever been in the spam-in-a-can crush of a flying aluminum tube -- where we collectively pretend that a clutch of peanuts is a meal and a seat cushion is a "flotation device" -- has always dreamed of doing... (more)


November 19, 2010
MICHELLE MALKIN America is in debt past its eyeballs. Unemployment remains stuck near double digits. Small and large businesses, unions and insurers are clamoring for Obamacare waivers in droves. Jihadists are making a mockery of homeland security. And border chaos reigns... (more)