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July 15, 2010
FOX NEWS A group of Christian students was allegedly ordered to stop praying outside the U.S. Supreme Court building on May 5 because a court police officer told them it was against the law... (more)


July 15, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST Seasoned intelligence veterans are bewildered by the speed with which the U.S. agreed to exchange our 10 accused Russian spies in this country for 4 spies imprisoned in Russia who supposedly worked for the West... (more)


July 14, 2010
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Amid new polls showing Democrats losing momentum with voters, the White House is sounding less confident about its chances in November. The new posture is one-half reality check, one-half calculated strategy -- aimed at waking the party's base from a state of general apathy... (more)


July 14, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES When it rains, it pours. Democratic leaders already braced for losses in November in congressional and gubernatorial races may be looking at grief on yet another front: A record number of state legislatures could change party control this year, with Democrats at risk of losing their majorities in more than 20 state chambers, according to a comprehensive analysis... (more)


July 14, 2010
NEWSMAX House Republican Leader John Boehner and other Republicans are highlighting reports that the Health and Human Services Department is giving Pennsylvania $160 million to ramp up a high-risk insurance pool that will cover any legal abortion in the state, according to a CNSNews.com report... (more)


July 14, 2010
CAL THOMAS A federal judge in Boston has ruled that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) passed by Congress (427 members voted in favor) and signed into law by President Clinton in 1996 cannot take precedence over a Massachusetts law allowing same-sex marriage. The ruling again raises serious questions about the origin and purpose of law... (more)


July 14, 2010
TERENCE P. JEFFREY What are the odds that while serving as President Barack Obama's solicitor general, Elena Kagan never expressed her opinion about lawsuits that were filed challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare?... (more)


July 14, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS An Arizona sheriff known for his tough stance on illegal immigration has told a group of nearly 2,000 Kansas Republicans that his state needs its new immigration law because the federal government isn't doing its job. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio spoke Tuesday night at a rally in suburban Kansas City for Republican Kansas secretary of state candidate Kris Kobach... (more)


July 14, 2010
PAT BUCHANAN Not since President Eisenhower sent troops to Little Rock and JFK sent U.S. marshals to the University of Alabama has the federal government seemed so at war with a state of the union. Arkansas and Alabama were defying U.S. court orders to desegregate. But Barack Obama's war on Arizona is not a war of necessity... (more)


July 14, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM Sixty-three (63) members of the House and four senators, Republicans and Democrats, have weighed in on the legal case to defend the constitutionality of the National Day of Prayer... (more)


July 14, 2010
JOHN STOSSEL Something's happened to America, and it isn't good. It's become easier to get into trouble. We've become a nation of a million rules. Not the kind of bottom-up rules that people generate through voluntary associations. Those are fine. I mean imposed, top-down rules formed in the brains of meddling bureaucrats who think they know better than we how to manage our lives... (more)


July 13, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS A government document reveals that the Obama administration is planning to cut the U.S. nuclear stockpile by up to 40 percent by 2021. The Energy Department document provides details of the reductions that President Barack Obama has called for on a path to eliminating nuclear weapons... (more)


July 13, 2010
MARTHA ZOLLER Obamacare had to be passed pronto. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said we had to pass it so we could know what's in it. All 2,000-plus pages were finally passed on March 23 through trickery and procedural hocus pocus... (more)


July 13, 2010
WALL STREET JOURNAL Here are two big questions hovering over this year's congressional elections: How radical is the mood out there, and do Republicans have a real chance of taking back control of the U.S. Senate? And here's a simple way to track the answer to both: Simply keep an eye on four tea-party amigos chasing Senate seats in the key states of Nevada, Kentucky, Florida and Colorado... (more)


July 13, 2010
FOX NEWS The six-month election recount that turned former "Saturday Night Live" comedian Al Franken into a U.S. senator may have been decided by convicted felons who voted illegally in Minnesota's Twin Cities... (more)


July 13, 2010
THOMAS SOWELL If you could spend vast amounts of other people's money just by saying a few magic words, wouldn't you be tempted to do it? Barack Obama has spent hundreds of billions of dollars of the taxpayers' money just by using the magic words "stimulus" and "jobs"... (more)


July 12, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES Reality won a rare victory against the White House on Sunday when President Obama's press secretary, Robert Gibbs, admitted that the November 2010 congressional elections will be a tough time for Democrats. "There's no doubt there are enough seats in play that could cause Republicans to gain control," he said... (more)


July 12, 2010
NEWSMAX Fox News commentator and best-selling author Dick Morris says former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is the clear front-runner for the Republican nomination for president... (more)


July 12, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich says he's considering running for president in 2012 and expects to make a decision by early next year. In an interview Monday with The Associated Press, Gingrich predicted a Republican would defeat Democratic President Barack Obama in 2012... (more)


July 12, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY The new Conservative-Party-led government of Prime Minister David Cameron informed Michael Savage it will continue the ban on the top-rated talk-radio host's entry to the United Kingdom unless he repudiates statements made on his broadcasts that were deemed a threat to public security... (more)


July 12, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST Add the free-swinging Internet to President Obama's control-or-destroy targets. That means they are going after you because the Internet is open to everyone. It is the most democratic (with a small "d") of all the media. It's free and open, and the Stalinists in Washington intend to change all that... (more)


July 11, 2010
HENRY LAMB Federal law currently prohibits the use of marijuana. California spit in the face of the feds and enacted a law that makes "medical" marijuana available to anyone who wants it. Now, a ballot initiative in the November election will remove the "medical" requirement and allow any adult to grow and use marijuana at will... (more)


July 11, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH Did you hear the one about the Left's plan to counter the tea-party movement? It's no joke. "In an effort to replicate the tea party's success, 170 liberal and civil-rights groups are forming a coalition that they hope will match the movement's political energy and influence," explained a Washington Post report... (more)


July 11, 2010
NATIONAL REVIEW The latest poll by Democracy Corps, the firm of James Carville and Stan Greenberg, has Republicans leading on the generic ballot among likely voters, 48 percent to 42 percent... (more)


July 10, 2010
DAVID LIMBAUGH Amid the Obama administration's crusade to consolidate power in Washington at the expense of the very sovereignty of the states and our liberties, we should be encouraged that states are fighting back... (more)