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June 30, 2010
JOHN GIZZI GOP Rep. Pat Toomey said his Pennsylvania Senate race opponent Democrat Rep. Joe Sestak was "to the left of Obama" and that the controversy surrounding an administration job offer to Sestak if he quit the Senate primary has not gone away... (more)


June 30, 2010
NEWSMAX Senators from both parties voiced growing frustration Tuesday over Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan's evasive answers on Day Two of her confirmation hearings. A well-prepared Kagan bobbed and weaved, ducking even the most straightforward questions to avoid saying anything remotely controversial... (more)


June 30, 2010
DAVID FRENCH Monday, June 28, 2010, was a landmark day for liberty--but not in the way that most conservatives realize. News outlets led with stories of the Supreme Court's gun rights ruling in McDonald v. Chicago... (more)


June 30, 2010
REP. DAVE CAMP Facts, they say, are stubborn things. And the simple fact is the Obama Administration has been the worst administration on jobs since the Great Depression. That is why they are now engaged in a massive public relations offensive to convince Americans that their stimulus plan has worked and created millions of jobs... (more)


June 29, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY The U.S. Supreme Court has affirmed a "nondiscrimination" demand at Hastings College of Law in San Francisco for all student groups -- a rule that even its supporters say would demand that black students allow a Klan member to join and even lead them... (more)


June 29, 2010
FOX NEWS Boycotting Arizona is harder than it sounds. Though the passage of the state's immigration law was met in late April with immediate threats to cut ties with Arizona in protest, a number of cities have either scaled back or created exemptions to their own boycotts... (more)


June 29, 2010
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR The US Supreme Court on Monday ruled that the Second Amendment's right to bear arms applies to every jurisdiction in the nation. It places in doubt the constitutionality of Chicago's handgun ban... (more)


June 29, 2010
DAVID LIMBAUGH Observing President Obama's relentlessly reckless approach to our nation's fiscal integrity is reminiscent of the signature phrase of Mad magazine's Alfred E. Neuman, "What, me worry?" Obama struck again last week at the G-20 conference in Toronto, urging other nations to follow his Pied Piper lead into deficit-spending hell... (more)


June 29, 2010
NEWSMAX A new Heritage Foundation study reveals that one year into the Obama administration, Americans are more dependent on the federal government than ever before in modern U.S. history. The Foundation's annual Index of Dependence on Government jumped nearly 14 percent in the past year -- the largest single-year increase since 1970... (more)


June 29, 2010
FOX NEWS Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia, the longest-serving senator in American history, died Monday at the age of 92, a spokesman for the family said. Byrd, a Democrat who served in the U.S. Senate since 1959, had been plagued by health problems in recent years and was confined to a wheelchair... (more)


June 28, 2010
NEWSMAX The percentage of likely voters who say the United States is headed in the wrong direction has reached 60 percent, according to a new Zogby Interactive poll... (more)


June 28, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan is right out of central casting as a stereotypical example of America's "ruling class" -- i.e., out of step with the great majority of Americans, but with a sense of entitlement to wield power in such a way as to make policy against our wishes because we are her inferiors... (more)


June 27, 2010
AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE Even as President Barack Obama labeled criticisms of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan "thin gruel," Republicans wouldn't rule out a filibuster to block the liberal activism many suspect she'll bring to the bench, a key GOP senator said Sunday... (more)


June 27, 2010
REUTERS The Supreme Court could strike down a key part of a 2002 corporate reform law and extend gun rights in the United States on Monday when the justices issue their final rulings of the term... (more)


June 26, 2010
NEWSMAX Fox News' Bill O'Reilly is warning that if President Barack Obama ever bypasses Congress and uses his pardon power to make millions of illegal aliens citizens, he could face serious calls for his impeachment... (more)


June 26, 2010
TOM TANCREDO Yes, yes, I know. An impeachment investigation will never be started while Nancy Pelosi is speaker of the House. The good news is that this obstacle to impeachment will likely be removed by January... (more)


June 26, 2010
DICK MORRIS General Stanley McChrystal's interview in Rolling Stone magazine will do a lot to damage President Obama's standing among liberals and Democrats and will undermine his chances of keeping control of Congress in 2010... (more)


June 26, 2010
REUTERS More American women are choosing not to have children than three decades ago, according to a new report. Nearly 20 percent of older women do not have children, compared to 10 percent in the 1970s, the Pew Research Center said... (more)


June 26, 2010
NEWSMAX The Disclose Act that House Democrats passed Thursday would "shred" the U.S. Constitution and represents a "blatant partisan maneuver to protect their incumbency," according to U.S. Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President R. Bruce Josten... (more)


June 26, 2010
TECHWORLD A US Senate committee has approved a wide-ranging cybersecurity bill that some critics have suggested would give the US president the authority to shut down parts of the Internet during a cyberattack... (more)


June 26, 2010
NEWSMAX Conservatives in the United States are on track to record their highest annual statistics in the Gallup poll's 18-year history of measuring conservative/liberal ideologies... (more)


June 26, 2010
FOX NEWS Illegal immigration crackdowns popping up across the country have a common thread: a 44-year-old constitutional law professor and former Bush administration attorney who crafted the legal framework behind Arizona's controversial immigration law... (more)


June 26, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan's press for considering international law as "the context" for interpreting U.S. law has incited worries her appointment could pave the way for world treaties that threaten both parental rights and homeschooling in the United States... (more)


June 25, 2010
MICHELLE MALKIN President Obama's Labor Secretary Hilda Solis is supposed to represent American workers. What you need to know is that this longtime open-borders sympathizer has always had a rather radical definition of "American"... (more)


June 25, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES The Obama administration's red tape continues to tie the hands of individuals seeking to mitigate the effects of the disastrous oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. It's a sign of how out-of-touch the O Force's priorities have become... (more)