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March 11, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY In less than one week, more than 100,000 Americans have signed their names to a petition demanding that lawmakers resist using "reconciliation" to ram a government takeover of America's health-care system through Congress -- and those signatures will be delivered directly to lawmakers Tuesday... (more)


March 10, 2010


March 10, 2010
WALTER WILLIAMS Most politicians, and probably most Americans, see health care as a right. Thus, whether a person has the means to pay for medical services or not, he is nonetheless entitled to them. Let's ask ourselves a few questions about this vision... (more)


March 10, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY A new poll shows 60 percent of Americans with children in elementary or secondary school say most school textbooks are more focused on being politically correct than ensuring accuracy... (more)


March 10, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS A federal judge who found it unconstitutional that Congress tried to cut funding to the activist group ACORN has rejected a government request to change her mind and has ordered government agencies to make it clear the funding isn't blocked... (more)


March 10, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts said Tuesday the scene at President Barack Obama's first State of the Union address was "very troubling" and that the annual speech to Congress has "degenerated into a political pep rally"... (more)


March 10, 2010
FOX NEWS Looking to challenge a time-honored privilege widely used by both parties when they are in the minority, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on Wednesday vowed to remove the filibuster as a weapon to kill legislation by debating it to death... (more)


March 10, 2010
BUSINESS WEEK Utah lawmakers angry over federal ownership of land in the state approved the use of eminent domain Tuesday to take some of the most valuable parcels... (more)


March 10, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES A Georgia bill that would outlaw abortions based on race, color or sex is fueling arguments over whether abortion providers are targeting black women. The Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act would apply to abortion "the same standards of nondiscrimination" that govern employment, education, government and housing... (more)


March 10, 2010
BRENT BOZELL If anyone was looking for a self-righteous extreme feminist, they found one in Angie Jackson. This is a woman who was so proud she was aborting her baby that she announced she would "tweet" her chemical-cocktail abortion live, as it happened, on Twitter. The liberal media found this made-for-TV slaughter fascinating... (more)


March 10, 2010
TERENCE P. JEFFREY Dawn Johnsen, another of President Barack Obama's remarkable nominees, discovered a way to make a person disappear by making two persons into one. Johnsen is not a magician. She is a Yale-educated lawyer who once served as legal director for the National Abortion Rights Action League... (more)


March 10, 2010
RENEWAMERICA When the president's socialized health care plan was first introduced in Congress in July 2009, Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) of the House Subcommittee on Health delivered a scathing -- but common-sense -- appraisal of the proposal, labeling it a "travesty"... (more)


March 9, 2010
REP. RON PAUL Last week Congress voted to encourage participation in the 2010 census. I voted "No" on this resolution for the simple, obvious reason that the census - like so many government programs - has grown far beyond what the framers of our Constitution intended. The invasive nature of the current census raises serious questions about how and why government will use the collected information... (more)


March 9, 2010
JOHN STOSSEL The people of Louisiana must sleep soundly knowing that their state protects them from ... unlicensed florists. That's right. In Louisiana, you can't sell flower arrangements unless you have permission from the government. How do you get permission? You must pass a test that is graded by a board of florists who already have licenses... (more)


March 9, 2010
THOMAS SOWELL Abraham Lincoln once asked an audience how many legs a dog has, if you called the tail a leg? When the audience said "five," Lincoln corrected them, saying that the answer was four. "The fact that you call a tail a leg does not make it a leg"... (more)


March 9, 2010
NEWSMAX Author John H. O'Hara traces the tea party movement back to the day CNBC correspondent Rick Santelli made his now famous call to arms against more irresponsible bailouts of failed companies and mortgage holders... (more)


March 9, 2010
NEWSMAX Doug Hoffman, who created a stir in last year's special election for the 23rd Congressional District seat in New York, is entering the race again. Hoffman, who ran on the Conservative Party ticket in displeasure with the views of Republican nominee Dede Scozzafava, announced Monday that he's seeking the Republican nomination... (more)


March 9, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM Perhaps the most telling thing about the year-long celebration planned to mark President Ronald Reagan's 100th birthday is that it will not be funded by the American taxpayer. The 40th president would have turned 100 on Feb. 6, 2011... (more)


March 9, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES The first same-sex weddings in the District of Columbia are being performed Tuesday. The city is now the sixth jurisdiction in the county in which such marriages can be performed -- joining Connecticut, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont... (more)


March 9, 2010
CHUCK COLSON Catholic Charities in Washington, D.C., has announced changes to its employees' health care benefits. Normally, this wouldn't be big news. But this story isn't only about deductibles and co-pays--it's about the increasingly fragile state of religious freedom in the America... (more)


March 8, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST Barack Hussein Obama has just presented us with more evidence that his agenda and his ego are so important that he is more than willing to sacrifice his own political allies in order to make the history books on passing his signature Health "Care" bill... (more)


March 7, 2010
MARK STEYN So there was President Obama giving his bazillionth speech on health care, droning yet again that "now is the hour when we must seize the moment," the same moment he's been seizing every day of the week for the past year, only this time his genius photo-op guys thought it would look good to have him surrounded by men in white coats... (more)


March 7, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH Barack Obama is everywhere. There's no escape. If you turn on the tube, there he is. He's always speechifying. He's always lecturing. He's running the perpetual campaign. If you think you can escape by turning on entertainment shows, like Fox's "America's Most Wanted," think again... (more)


March 7, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM By a two-to-one margin, American adults believe the amount of money the U.S. owes China to cover the U.S. national debt is now a greater threat than radical Islam... (more)


March 7, 2010
HENRY LAMB A few years ago, the Democrats were in the minority in Washington. They took great delight in using the 60-vote filibuster rule to prevent President Bush's judicial nominations from ever coming to the floor for a vote... (more)