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June 9, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM Although Democrats control the White House, Senate, and House of Representatives, the head of ProgressiveCongress.com said the liberal movement is not doing enough to further its political agenda and is, in fact, being out-lobbied by tea party activists and people on the political right... (more)


June 8, 2010
SEN. JIM DEMINT When a reporter asked House speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) during a press conference last year where the Constitution granted Congress the authority to enact an individual health-insurance mandate, she answered, "Are you serious? Are you serious?" Speaker Pelosi then dismissed the question and moved on to the next reporter... (more)


June 8, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS Senate Democrats are moving to quintuple the tax that oil companies pay into an oil spill liability fund. The move would raise $15 billion over the coming decade as Congress seeks to shore up the fund in the wake of the catastrophic spill in the Gulf of Mexico... (more)


June 8, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY As many as 10,000 protesters from across the country -- including family members who lost loved ones on Sept. 11, 2001 -- took to the streets in New York City Sunday to fight construction of a 13-story Islamic mosque to be built just steps from Ground Zero where Muslim terrorists murdered 2,751 people in the name of Allah... (more)


June 8, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS The 2010 elections have changed the direction of government only half way through the primary season, with voter anger and economic jitters causing lawmakers to balk at their most basic duties as well as key elements of President Barack Obama's agenda... (more)


June 8, 2010
JOHN GIZZI Today, Republican voters in Nevada will choose a candidate to be their nominee against Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D.-Nev.). The contest between this GOP candidate and the most powerful Democrat in the Senate will, in all likelihood, become the "race of the year" for conservatives nationwide... (more)


June 8, 2010
CAL THOMAS Anti-Semite: "a person who discriminates against or is prejudiced or hostile toward Jews." Some prejudices are tolerated by elites in this country. Examples: One can regularly smear political conservatives as know-nothings; Evangelical Christians as believers in a fantasy; Roman Catholics for their church's stand against abortion and birth control... (more)


June 7, 2010
PAT BUCHANAN On this matter of offering federal jobs to potential candidates to induce them not to run against Senate Democratic incumbents, this White House is drifting dangerously close to the falls. Colorado's Andrew Romanoff has now confirmed that White House Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina trolled three federal jobs in front of him, if he would desist and not run against incumbent Sen. Michael Bennet... (more)


June 7, 2010
ABC NEWS The Afghan war was enormously popular when it began on a fall Sunday eight and a half years ago. Less than a month had passed since the September 11 attacks, and President Bush could draw on deep wells of support when he ordered air strikes against Kabul, Jalalabad and the Taliban stronghold at Kandahar... (more)


June 7, 2010
DAVID LIMBAUGH So much for these bizarre theories that President Barack Obama is toying with a grand triangulation strategy, whereby he abandons his Democratic congressional allies in the 2010 elections and allows Republicans to win and save his fiscal fat from the fire... (more)


June 7, 2010
JASON MATTERA The bad movie, otherwise known as the Obama presidency, just keeps getting worse--even after we thought his choice of czars, appointees, and policies couldn't be any more alarming... (more)


June 7, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM Sen. Judd Gregg (R-N.H.), along with other members of Congress and leading financial experts, is warning that the United States is in danger of being in the same dire situation as Greece -- national bankruptcy -- in seven to 10 years unless the federal government radically curtails spending... (more)


June 7, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS The Supreme Court said Monday it won't hear arguments that Hillary Rodham Clinton is ineligible to be secretary of state because of an obscure rule about pay increases... (more)


June 7, 2010
MICHAEL BARONE Republicans are encountering some speed bumps on what they hope is the road to victory in the November elections. Their candidates for Republican open Senate seats in Ohio and Missouri are running no better than even in recent polls... (more)


June 7, 2010
LYNN WOOLLEY Republican Kentucky Senate candidate Rand Paul has a way of getting under people's skin with his libertarian insistence that we actually pay attention to the Constitution... (more)


June 7, 2010
PAJAMASMEDIA Ha'aretz has revived the mystery surrounding the inability to find weapons of mass destruction stockpiles in Iraq, the most commonly cited justification for Operation Iraqi Freedom and one of the most embarrassing episodes for the United States... (more)


June 7, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST Public outrage over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill is quite properly at a high level as we see pictures of dead wildlife and oiled-soaked birds struggling to breathe. Bad as that is, the far greater threat -- in substantive and political terms -- comes in the form of what that fallout portends for our national security... (more)


June 6, 2010
NEWSMAX Frightened of the reception they'll receive from enraged constituents, Democrats are avoiding townhall meetings this summer, according to The New York Times. "Of the 255 Democrats who make up the majority in the House, only a handful held town-hall-style forums as legislators spent last week at home in their districts," the Times reported Sunday. "It was no scheduling accident"... (more)


June 6, 2010
LONDON TELEGRAPH Well, at least he's still got Sir Paul McCartney. At the White House last week, the 67-year-old crooner was gushing in much the same manner as his own groupies did at Shea Stadium in 1965. "I'm a big fan, he's a great guy," McCartney told American critics of President Barack Obama. "So lay off him, he's doing great"... (more)


June 5, 2010
TED NUGENT There are pivotal dates in American history that are seared into the memories of those of us who know them and live to remember: July 4, September 11, December 7. And there are pivotal dates in world history. You would be hard pressed to find a more defining moment in the history of the world than June 6, 1944... (more)


June 5, 2010
MICHELLE MALKIN In Chicago politics, there's an old term for the publicly subsidized pay-offs and positions meted out to the corruptocrats' friends and special interests: boodle. In the age of Obama, Hope and Change is all about the boodle. So it was with the stimulus. And the massive national service expansion... (more)


June 5, 2010
ANN COULTER Oil is spewing from beneath a British Petroleum oil rig into the Gulf of Mexico at a rate of about 1 million gallons a day. There's no end in sight -- although White House officials have made it clear their goal is to stop the leak before the midterm elections in November... (more)


June 5, 2010
MARTHA ZOLLER There are some truths about the Gulf oil spill that must be considered when addressing this calamity. While there is no doubt the Deepwater Horizon/BP oil spill is a major disaster, it should not mean the end of off-shore drilling... (more)


June 4, 2010
FOX NEWS The Obama administration is asking the Supreme Court to overturn an appeals court decision that upheld Arizona's right to punish employers for hiring illegal immigrants. The Arizona law gives the state the right to suspend or terminate business licenses... (more)


June 4, 2010
REP. MICHELE BACHMANN Israel has come under attack yet again from leaders around the world who are calling the actions taken earlier this week by Israel's military "criminal" and "inhuman"... (more)