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January 16, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — In a one-two series of Climategate aftershocks that assuredly will further rattle the global warming community, a report has been issued by U.S. researchers accusing government agencies of cherry-picking temperature readings used to assess global temperatures... (more)


January 16, 2010
TERENCE P. JEFFREY — Any inquiry aimed at discovering the nature of marriage must ultimately arrive at one of two conclusions: Either marriage is something with an absolute nature ordained by God and thus unchangeable, or it is an artificial thing, created by human beings... (more)


January 16, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — A District of Columbia judge on Thursday threw out a lawsuit by opponents of gay marriage against the city's elections board. The plaintiffs, led by Maryland pastor Bishop Harry Jackson, sued after the Board of Elections and Ethics refused to put their initiative on the ballot... (more)


January 15, 2010
NEWSREAL — In case you missed it, Wednesday night Glenn Beck spent a full hour interviewing Sarah Palin. Their conversation touched on topics not usually discussed these days: God and trust... (more)


January 15, 2010
FOX NEWS — The World Health Organization (WHO) is considering a plan to ask governments to impose a global consumer tax on such things as Internet activity or everyday financial transactions like paying bills online... (more)


January 15, 2010
LIFESITENEWS.COM — The New Hampshire House of Representatives on Wednesday rejected a bill that would have legalized assisted suicide. Lawmakers voted 242-113 to kill the measure. In November, the House Judiciary Committee had recommended against passing the bill by a wide margin, 14-3... (more)


January 15, 2010
PAT BUCHANAN — We were blindsided. We never saw it coming. So said Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein of the financial crisis of 2008. He likened its probability to four hurricanes hitting the East Coast in a single season. Blankfein was reminded by the chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Committee, Phil Angelides, that hurricanes are "acts of God"... (more)


January 15, 2010
DAVID LIMBAUGH — There are definitely two Americas, but not the two that fallen former presidential candidate John Edwards had in mind. There's the real America, and there's the imaginary America President Barack Obama has boasted of creating... (more)


January 15, 2010
EAST VALLEY TRIBUNE — If Barack Obama wants to run for re-election he would need to produce proof of both his U.S. birth and citizenship to get on the ballot in Arizona, at least under a measure being pushed by a state legislator. Rep. Judy Burges, R-Skull Valley, is crafting a measure to require anyone running for president or vice president to provide proof to the Arizona Secretary of State's Office that they are legally eligible to seek the office... (more)


January 15, 2010
LIFESITENEWS.COM — On Thursday, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a display including the Ten Commandments in Leitchfield, KY, on the second floor of Grayson County's courthouse... (more)


January 15, 2010
BLOOMBERG — U.S. Representative John Shadegg of Arizona won't seek re-election in November, making him the 14th Republican to give up a House seat this year. "While it would be difficult to leave this position at any time, it is particularly hard to do so now with the challenges we face as a nation, but it is necessary for me to do so"... (more)


January 14, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — After months of divisive debate, a final deal on President Barack Obama's health care remake appeared within reach Thursday as negotiations picked up speed and House Democrats prepared to hear directly from the president... (more)


January 13, 2010
GEORGE WILL — Although Democrats think their health-care legislation faces smooth sailing to implementation, there is a rock dead ahead -- a constitutional challenge to the legislation's core. Democrats who assume it is constitutional to make it mandatory for Americans to purchase health insurance should answer some questions... (more)


January 13, 2010
MICHAEL BARONE — In his New York Times column last week, David Brooks contrasted "the educated class," which supports Barack Obama and his liberal worldview, with the tea party movement, "a large, fractious confederation of Americans who are defined by what they are against ... the concentrated power of the educated class"... (more)


January 13, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Lawyers for the nation's top military officer are recommending holding off on an internal Pentagon effort that could lead to the repeal of the ban on openly gay military service... (more)


January 13, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — In a statement that reflects widespread trust by lawmakers in homeschoolers, the New Hampshire House of Representatives today resoundingly rejected a proposal that would have imposed draconian new regulations on the students and their parents... (more)


January 13, 2010
PAUL MORENO — One hundred years ago, Congress sent a constitutional amendment to the states to permit the federal government to tax incomes. The pressure for an income tax had been building ever since the Supreme Court declared the 1894 income tax unconstitutional -- as a "direct" tax, it had to be apportioned among the states according to population... (more)


January 13, 2010
MARC SHEPPARD — On Monday, scientists from the Norwegian Polar Institute reported that they'd measured sea temperatures beneath an East Antarctic ice shelf and found no signs of warming whatsoever... (more)


January 13, 2010
WORLDNETDAILY — A political correspondent is making waves with his stern warning that Democrats are scheming to manipulate the electoral process this election year by implementing a federal mandate to involuntarily register millions of people to vote -- making the system ripe for unprecedented fraud and abuse... (more)


January 13, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — The Supreme Court on Wednesday indefinitely blocked cameras from covering the high-profile federal court trial on the constitutionality of California's ban on same-sex marriage... (more)


January 13, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM — Despite a commanding election win some 14 months ago, a new Quinnipiac University poll shows that more Americans now say Obama is performing "about the same" as or "worse" than President George W. Bush, and that he does not share their views on important issues... (more)


January 13, 2010
CONNIE HAIR — The Democrats are sweating bullets over the special election next Tuesday to replace the late Sen. Ted Kennedy in Massachusetts. State Senator Scott Brown has turned the race into a referendum on the Democrats' proposed takeover of America's health care industry, unabashedly putting himself forth as the 41st vote that will stop the so-called health care reform bill from passing the Senate... (more)


January 13, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — Massachusetts's top election official says it could take weeks to certify the results of the upcoming U.S. Senate special election. That delay could let President Barack Obama preserve a key 60th vote for his health care overhaul even if the Republican who has vowed to kill it wins Democrat Edward M. Kennedy's former seat... (more)


January 13, 2010
WALTER E. WILLIAMS — Manmade global warming, for many, is an Earth-worshipping religion. The essential feature of any religion is that its pronouncements are to be accepted on the basis of faith as opposed to hard evidence. Questioning those pronouncements makes one a sinner... (more)


January 13, 2010
ANN COULTER — The recently released book Game Change reports that Sen. Harry Reid said America would vote for Barack Obama because he was a "light-skinned" African-American "with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one"... (more)