<< Back
Archive: 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010

ARCHIVE


March 25, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY Former U.S. Air Force fighter pilot Shak Hill is bracing for two uphill fights in his quest to win a U.S. Senate seat in Virginia, but he says the Constitution needs more defenders and he is ready to fight for it... (more)


March 25, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY Capitol Hill Police Chief Kim C. Dine told a congressional hearing Monday his department made the right call when officers gunned down an unarmed mother with her baby in tow. The killing of Miriam Carey Oct. 3 was the subject of questioning by the House Appropriations Committee -- a shooting for which the department has still refused to release to the public a full report.... (more)


March 25, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY BoxOfficeMojo.com, one of the Internet's top eyes on Hollywood, declared "God's Not Dead" is "shaping up to be a surprise box office hit." "'God's Not Dead' earned an incredible $8.56 million," the site noted, which placed the film at No. 5 at the box office this past weekend. "That ranks seventh all-time among faith-based movies, and ranks first among those opening in fewer than 1,000 theaters. It's a bit below 'Courageous' ($9.1 million), but above 'Fireproof' ($6.8 million)."... (more)


March 25, 2014
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY A federal court in Kansas just rendered a much-needed decision against the federal government's interference with state efforts to combat voter fraud. Kansas and Arizona won total support for their laws to stop voter registration by illegal aliens and other noncitizens, and the court ordered a federal agency to revise its forms "immediately."... (more)


March 24, 2014
ALAN KEYES This week, the Pledge-to-Impeach mobilization surpassed its first significant milestone. The Pledge-to-Impeach movement aims to turn the 2014 election into a vote of no confidence in the present administration of the U.S. government. More importantly, it aims to rouse grassroots Americans to challenge and circumvent the current sham party system, which has both parties in the grip of elitist forces bent on overthrowing constitutional government of, by, and for the American people... (more)


March 24, 2014
JOSEPH FARAH Why is almost no one in the U.S. standing up to Barack Obama as he burns the Constitution, shreds the Declaration of Independence and tramples on sacrifices of generations of Americans who fought to ensure that this last great experiment in liberty would survive?... (more)


March 24, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY The congresswoman sees America as a miracle. It was a miracle the ragtag, underfed and underfunded Revolutionary Army could beat Great Britain, the strongest military power on Earth.... (more)


March 24, 2014
CLIFF KINCAID Don Feder's timing on his column, "Putin Doesn't Threaten Our National Security, Obama Does," was a little off. Less than two weeks later, Russian television anchor and Putin mouthpiece Dmitry Kiselyov said in a commentary that Russia is "the only country in the world capable of turning the USA into radioactive dust." He delivered these comments with a picture of a mushroom cloud behind him.... (more)


March 24, 2014
WASHINGTON POST U.S. and Ukrainian officials warned Sunday that Russia may be poised to expand its territorial conquest into eastern Ukraine and beyond, with a senior NATO official saying that Moscow might even order its troops to cross Ukraine to reach Moldova.... (more)


March 24, 2014
WASHINGTON TIMES Obamacare is on the docket Tuesday in one of the biggest religious freedom cases to hit the Supreme Court in years, as the justices hear from corporate owners who say their personal beliefs should trump a government mandate that requires their company health care plans to insure birth control.... (more)


March 24, 2014
THE TELEGRAPH It is truly a Hollywood epic of biblical proportions, the original disaster story of the man chosen by God to undertake the greatest rescue in history before an apocalyptic flood engulfs the world.... (more)


March 24, 2014
WASHINGTON TIMES President Obama famously fills out an NCAA March Madness basketball bracket ever year, but it's nothing like the one recently circulated by campus conservative activist Caleb Bonham.... (more)


March 24, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY "What difference does it make?" Indeed, Madam Secretary, Madam Senator, former first lady and FLOA, it makes a very big difference.... (more)


March 23, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY Joe Miller is an accomplished man. According to his website, the Alaskan candidate for U.S. Senate: graduated from West Point in the top 1 percent of the Class of 1989; served as an armor officer with the 1st Infantry Division in Desert Storm;... (more)


March 23, 2014
WESLEY PRUDEN The old order changeth, and he who does not get out of the way risks getting runneth over. This applies to senators, baseball players, preachers, poachers, Volkswagen mechanics and anyone else who isn't paying attention.... (more)


March 23, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY As the world remains riveted on Moscow's annexation of the Crimean Peninsula, Russian President Vladimir Putin is shifting gears to Latin America. As first outlined by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu last February, Putin now plans to keep the United States off-balance as Moscow sets up actual military bases and massive arms sales in the Latin American region... (more)


March 23, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY President Obama, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, members of Congress and other key government officials will be hand-delivered empty red envelopes as a silent protest against the more than 50 million lives estimated to have been lost to abortion since the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision in 1973.... (more)


March 23, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY A recent rampage by a feminist porn professor who allegedly destroyed a pro-life sign and assaulted a student was just the latest in a long list of campus attacks on free speech, according to an organization defending First Amendment rights.... (more)


March 23, 2014
TRUTH REVOLT Nabisco added its voice to the current trend of forcing liberal social agendas by producing a commercial for their Honey Maid graham crackers and Teddy Grahams snacks showing a homosexual couple raising two children with a voiceover stating "this is wholesome."... (more)


March 23, 2014
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Former President Bill Clinton presided over a star-studded panel Friday evening, voicing his preference that the United States maintain control of the Internet's domain name system, which will soon be ceded to an international body.... (more)


March 23, 2014
WASHINGTON TIMES The Georgia Senate passed a new bill on Friday that will allow concealed carry weapons in bars, airports (before TSA security checkpoints), places of worship and some government buildings.... (more)


March 22, 2014
JUDSON PHILLIPS Political news is being dominated by stories of the big Senate races and the fights between establishment Republicans and conservative Tea Party challengers.... (more)


March 22, 2014
ROBERT KNIGHT In 1865, following the most costly war in America's history, the 13th Amendment abolished the odious institution of slavery in the United States. Why, then, is telecommunications giant Verizon providing an outlet for the products of the modern-day slavery of sex trafficking? The short answer is that it's good for the bottom line.... (more)


March 22, 2014
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY "Your independence is irreversible, absolutely irreversible." So declared Vice President Joe Biden, thrilling a parliamentary assembly in Pristina, Kosovo. These were still the early months of the Obama administration, and the vice president was touring the Balkans to take a victory lap in the breakaway Serbian territory whose independence he'd done so much to champion as an influential senator.... (more)


March 22, 2014
WASHINGTON TIMES Most of the religious folk who have seen previews of Hollwood's latest attempt to tell a familiar Bible story haven't been impressed. "Noah" sails into town Friday, yet the tepid response to the big-budget epic shows again that Tinseltown is so wrapped up in a political agenda that it has difficulty telling a good story.... (more)