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March 5, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Former President Ronald Reagan could achieve a newfound currency: his face emblazoned on a crisp $50 bill. The Gipper could supplant Grant. That is the intent of Rep. Patrick T. McHenry, who would like to replace the face of Ulysses S. Grant with Reagan's image on that particular greenback... (more)


March 5, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — House Democratic leaders are pushing to finish far-reaching health legislation and hold a climactic vote in the next three weeks, aiming to overcome reluctance from rank-and-file lawmakers... (more)


March 5, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — Former "Saturday Night Live" star Victoria Jackson has released a YouTube video that is on the verge of going viral that warns the American public, "There's a communist living in the White House"... (more)


March 5, 2010
FOX NEWS — Cities, counties and states that haven't been very kind to illegal immigrants over the years are suddenly dusting off their welcome mats... (more)


March 5, 2010
RIGHT WING NEWS — A whistleblower has stepped forward in the largest and most corrupt enterprise in our country's history. The enterprise is the federal government; the whistleblower is South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint, who warns that the monstrous cancer metastasizing out of DC plans to place American citizens below animals in an appallingly greedy land grab... (more)


March 4, 2010
RENEWAMERICA — A new study by the National Center for Health Statistics has found that those of the opposite sex who live together before getting married are less likely to remain married after ten years... (more)


March 4, 2010
FRED BARNES — The same thread runs through Governor Rick Perry's smashing defeat of Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison in Tuesday's gubernatorial primary in Texas... (more)


March 3, 2010
WEEKLY STANDARD — Tonight, Barack Obama will host ten House Democrats who voted against the health care bill in November at the White House; he's obviously trying to persuade them to switch their votes to yes... (more)


March 3, 2010
NEWSREAL — A case currently being argued in the Supreme Court--McDonald vs. Chicago--seeks to further clarify the constitutional bounds of our Second Amendment rights... (more)


March 3, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Same-sex couples can start applying for marriage licenses Wednesday in Washington. Supporters say couples planned to line up before the city's marriage bureau opened at 8:30 a.m., and officials at the courthouse were expecting 200 or more people... (more)


March 3, 2010
ARTHUR ROBINSON, PH.D. — Isaac Newton was the greatest scientist who has ever lived, or in Albert Einstein's words, the most "privileged" of all scientists because of the discoveries that Newton was permitted to make. Einstein describes Newton as "this brilliant genius, who determined the course of Western thought, research and practice to an extent that nobody before or since his time can touch"... (more)


March 3, 2010
CONNIE HAIR — Former vice president Al Gore made his first public remarks since the Climategate scandal broke in a very lengthy New York Times op-ed published on Saturday... (more)


March 3, 2010
NEWSMAX — Facing mounting debt and a projected loss this year of $7 billion, U.S. Postmaster General John E. Potter said Tuesday morning that mail delivery must be cut from six days to five for the U.S. Postal Service to survive... (more)


March 3, 2010
NANCY MORGAN — Inquiring minds want to know: Is Obama trying to bankrupt America? One short year ago, asking this this question would have guaranteed my inclusion among the ranks of right-wing nuts and/or conspiracy theorists. Today, it is a serious question being asked by Neal Boortz, Rush Limbaugh and many other leadng conservatives. Here's why... (more)


March 3, 2010
BRUCE WALKER — The abortion debate may get an interesting twist soon. The Nebraska Legislature is considering a bill to ban abortions performed twenty weeks into a woman's pregnancy... (more)


March 2, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — A New York man is appealing a "disorderly conduct" conviction for praying in a public park. Julian Raven, defended by the Alliance Defense Fund, was arrested while praying in an Elmira public park during a 2007 "gay pride" event... (more)


March 2, 2010
MICHAEL REAGAN — My father, Ronald Reagan, battled successfully to simplify the tax code but his work has been largely undone. The arrogance of those who use the tax code to manipulate citizen behavior and Congressional ambitions for personal advancement have again corrupted the already destructive income tax system... (more)


March 2, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — The so-called "Great Recession" has left Americans depending on the government dole like never before. Without record levels of welfare, unemployment and other government benefits as well as tax cuts last year, the income of U.S. households would have plunged by an astonishing $723 billion -- more than four times the record $167 billion drop reported last month by the Commerce Department... (more)


March 2, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Another day, another radical judicial nominee. President Obama once again has nominated for a federal judgeship a lawyer whose own words demonstrate unfitness for the position... (more)


March 2, 2010
WALTER E. WILLIAMS — Bill Gates is the world's richest person, but what kind of power does he have over you? Can he force your kid to go to a school you do not want him to attend? Can he deny you the right to braid hair in your home for a living? It turns out that a local politician, who might deny us the right to earn a living and dictates which school our kid attends, has far greater power over our lives than any rich person... (more)


March 2, 2010
SEN. JIM DEMINT — You'd think the Obama administration is busy enough controlling the banks, insurance companies and automakers, but thanks to whistleblowers at the Department of the Interior, we now learn they're planning to increase their control over energy-rich land in the West... (more)


March 2, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Over the past several years, immigration hard-liners at the Arizona Legislature persuaded their colleagues to criminalize the presence of illegal border-crossers in the state and ban soft immigration policies in police agencies -- only to be thwarted by vetoes from a Democratic governor... (more)


March 2, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — The old problem of media bias persists despite the fact that America is a nation of eager news junkies who get their information fix from an array of "platforms," according to a wide-ranging survey and analysis released Monday by the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism... (more)


March 1, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST — So President Obama invited the Republicans to drop by for a friendly chat on health care. Forget that jobs (Vice President Biden's "three-letter word") continue to bleed. The president has a more important problem to solve -- salvaging his wounded ego in the face of a public that has the gall to reject his top priority... (more)


February 28, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged her colleagues to back a major overhaul of U.S. health care even if it threatens their political careers, a call to arms that underscores the issue's massive role in this election year... (more)