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February 5, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES The nation's two most prominent veterans groups have come out in opposition to President Obama's plan to end the military's long-standing ban on open homosexuals in the ranks... (more)


February 5, 2010
ABC NEWS For the brother of Terri Schiavo, Wednesday's news that a team of researchers in England were able to use a novel scanning technology to establish limited communication with a man in a persistent vegetative state was bittersweet... (more)


February 5, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM The vice chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence said Wednesday that the United States needs to rethink its existing policy of sometimes deliberately allowing people on the Terrorist Watchlist to board airliners and enter the country so they can be covertly tracked for intelligence-gathering purposes... (more)


February 4, 2010
RENEWAMERICA A January 31 poll reveals that 63 percent of Republicans believe Barack Obama is a socialist. 21 percent of Republicans say he is not, and 16 percent aren't sure... (more)


February 3, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS Republican Scott Brown is poised to take over the late Sen. Edward Kennedy's long-held seat a week earlier than he had planned, ending the Democrats' Senate supermajority and giving the GOP 41 votes they can use to block President Barack Obama's agenda... (more)


February 3, 2010
SARAH PALIN Later this week I'll head to Nashville, where I'll have the honor of speaking with members of the Tea Party movement... (more)


February 3, 2010
NEWSMAX If you ask talk show host Rush Limbaugh what he thanks God for every day, he would express his thankfulness with President Barack Obama's inability to move the bulk of his legislative agenda forward... (more)


February 3, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES Tomorrow the Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote on five of President Obama's controversial court-and-justice nominees. Among them is federal district court nominee Edward Chen of Northern California, whose radical agenda has not been fully exposed and requires further public hearings rather than a vote... (more)


February 3, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES President Obama on Wednesday blasted Senate Republicans for using "holds," a tactic that delays considering nominees -- even though as a senator he used the technique to block several of President George W. Bush's appointments... (more)


February 3, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS An ambitious, $6.7 billion government project to secure nearly the entire Mexican border with a "virtual fence" of cameras, ground sensors and radar is in jeopardy after a string of technical glitches and delays... (more)


February 3, 2010
TERENCE P. JEFFREY On Jan. 20, John Brennan, counterterrorism adviser to President Barack Obama, briefed senators on what the administration knew about the attempted Christmas Day attack on Northwest Flight 253. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky asked Brennan three times who in the administration made the decision to treat would-be suicide bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a criminal defendant rather than as an unlawful enemy combatant... (more)


February 3, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM In the history of the United States, Congress has never forced individual Americans to buy any good or service. That would change if the health care bills approved by either the House or Senate ever became law... (more)


February 2, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM A conservative civil liberties group is challenging the constitutionality of the recently enacted federal Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009... (more)


February 2, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES Over the next decade, President Obama plans on increasing taxes by $1.4 trillion, offset by his planned $300 billion in tax cuts. But his spending splurge will increase so much that Mr. Obama will add $5.1 trillion to the national debt over the next five years and $8.5 trillion over 10 years... (more)


February 2, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM In his budget message to Congress released Monday, President Barack Obama repeatedly compared the economic situation he "inherited" to the Great Depression of the 1930s when Franklin Roosevelt was president... (more)


February 2, 2010
THE HILL The U.S. government must spend its way out of the recession, the Democrats' third-ranking House leader stressed Monday. Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.), the House majority whip, said that trying to find greater savings in the budget, which was released by President Barack Obama this morning, wouldn't help alleviate the recession... (more)


February 2, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES In his State of the Union address last week, President Obama said there was "overwhelming scientific evidence on climate change"... (more)


February 2, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES President Obama's pledge to lift the military's ban on openly gay service members this year seems at best headed for extremely close votes in the House and Senate, according to Congress watchers... (more)


February 2, 2010
NORVELL ROSE Sometimes, a Washington whopper is just too big and juicy to resist. It absolutely begs to have a bite taken out of it. Such is the case with the interview David Axelrod gave during the most recent edition of the NBC News show Meet the Press... (more)


February 2, 2010
REUTERS As the U.S. government discusses reauthorizing a sweeping education law and prepares to distribute billions of stimulus dollars for school reform, state legislatures are sending it a strong message: hands off... (more)


February 2, 2010
BRADLEY A. BLAKEMAN Without the ingenuity of America's brightest minds and the investment of U.S. taxpayer dollars, there would be no Internet, as we now know it today... (more)


February 1, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST The Constitution of the United States says -- "He [The President] shall from time to time give to Congress information of the State of the Union and recommend to their Consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient"... (more)


January 31, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES President Obama made a big deal last week about his purported federal spending freeze, but not enough has been said about how meager the supposed savings actually are. Historical context shows that any savings from this public-relations gimmick will be tiny... (more)


January 30, 2010
LONDON TELEGRAPH Last week he was in Florida to sell the "jobs, jobs, jobs" message of his State of the Union address and unveil plans for a new high-speed bullet train from Tampa to Orlando to help kick-start the economy... (more)


January 30, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES In an unprecedented move, the Republican National Committee on Friday unanimously called on its chairman, Michael S. Steele, to "carefully screen" candidates for their adherence to conservative values before granting them RNC financial help... (more)