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January 14, 2015
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY The Department of Labor announced that 252,000 new jobs were added to the U.S. economy in December. The Obama administration is trying to pander to voters by touting a recent decline in government unemployment figures, but the official unemployment figure is dishonest because it excludes from the count the million unemployed Americans who have given up looking for a job. You don't count as "unemployed" unless you are actively looking for a job.... (more)


January 14, 2015
WASHINGTON TIMES Before there were the lost Lerner emails, the congressional hearings and the retaliatory budget cuts, there was the Albuquerque Tea Party, a group of politically minded folks in New Mexico who wanted to get together and share ideas for taking back their country. The IRS had other ideas about them.... (more)


January 14, 2015
NEWSMAX Mitt Romney, dominating polls of potential Republican presidential candidates, is privately saying he won't take another run for the White House in 2016, pollster John Zogby said Tuesday.... (more)


January 13, 2015
CNS NEWS Reverend Franklin Graham, son of world renowned evangelical preacher Billy Graham, said that America is increasingly embracing a "culture of death" that echoes what has occurred in Europe, and which stems from a "sinful, godless worldview that rejects Christ."... (more)


January 12, 2015
POLITICO Texas Sen. Ted Cruz took a swipe at Mitt Romney on Monday, saying that Republicans' path to the presidency doesn't cut through "the mushy middle." Cruz was asked about Romney, the GOP's 2012 nominee, by reporters following the senator's keynote address at a Heritage Foundation summit.... (more)


January 12, 2015
WORLDNETDAILY Sen. Ted Cruz had a diplomatic answer to a tough question but one that also revealed a skepticism of the Obama administration's foreign policy that could hardly run deeper. The last question for the Texas Republican after his speech at Heritage Foundation's summit on "Opportunity for all, favoritism to none" came from WND.... (more)


January 12, 2015
NEWSMAX New Obama administration rules make the vast majority of illegal immigrants immune to arrest and relegate border patrol agents to the role of social workers, according to Breitbart Texas.... (more)


January 12, 2015
WASHINGTON POST Hackers claiming allegiance to the Islamic State took control of the social media accounts of the U.S. military's Central Command on Monday, posting threatening messages and propaganda videos, along with some military documents.... (more)


January 12, 2015
ALAN KEYES Despite Phyllis Schlafly's tragically outdated protest to the contrary, America is not "a two-party country." Thanks to the elitist faction's deadly choke-hold on the GOP, dutifully applied by the party's quisling leadership, we have already degenerated into a one-faction dictatorship... (more)


January 12, 2015
ALAN CARUBA No, I cannot prove that Barack Obama is a Muslim, but a review of his public life from the days he was campaigning to be an Illinois senator through his years as President have raised a lot of questions, including a notable slip of the tongue during a television interview when he referred to himself as a Muslim.... (more)


January 12, 2015
CLIFF KINCAID With good reason, media attention has been focused on President Barack Obama's curious absence from the Paris march against terrorism. Obama became a "Where's Waldo?" character, whose whereabouts were unknown. Observers looked for him at the march of world leaders in France, hoping to spot him somewhere. But where was Russian leader Vladimir Putin? This may have been the bigger story... (more)


January 12, 2015
DAILY MAIL President Barack Obama and other top members of his administration have snubbed a historic rally in Paris today that brought together more than 40 world leaders from Europe, Africa, the Middle East and even Russia. 'France is our oldest ally,' Obama said during a speech Friday in Tennessee. 'I want the people of France to know that the United States stands with you today, stands with you tomorrow.'... (more)


January 12, 2015
JOSEPH FARAH While the recent deadly attack by French Muslims resulting in the tragic deaths of 12 has many Parisians calling for tighter security and limits on immigration, the path to averting future violence lies in negotiations, redress of legitimate grievances and the right to self-determination.... (more)


January 11, 2015
BILL FEDERER "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing." This famous quote was from British statesman Edmund Burke, who was born Jan. 12, 1729. He was considered the most influential orator in the House of Commons.... (more)


January 11, 2015
NEWSMAX Barely a week after taking effect, a novel state law that makes it easier for gun-rights groups to challenge local firearms measures in court is already sparking change: Nearly two dozen Pennsylvania municipalities have agreed to get rid of their potentially problematic ordinances rather than face litigation.... (more)


January 11, 2015
AARON KLEIN One largely unasked question surrounding the Jeffrey Epstein affair is whether any current or former U.S. political figures were videoed frolicking with the financier's alleged ring of underage "sex slaves."... (more)


January 11, 2015
CLIFF KINCAID As incredible as it seems, an anchor for the terror channel Al Jazeera is hosting an upcoming "documentary" on "Hate In America." It appears, based on a press release issued in advance, that the program will spend absolutely no time at all on the threats or hate directed against those who have been falsely labeled "Islamophobes" by such groups as the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Council on American Islamic Relations.... (more)


January 11, 2015
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY If constitutional constraints and Western tradition won't abide laws that bar speaking against Islam, then we'll just have to rely on extortion. On that, Hillary Clinton and Anjem Choudary could not have been clearer, or more in sync.... (more)


January 11, 2015
WASHINGTON TIMES Two bills against executive amnesty have now emerged. While the opening dramas of the 114th Congress played out, one Alabama Republican was in action mode: Rep. Robert Aderholt quickly introduced the "Repeal Executive Amnesty Act," directed at President Obama's executive amnesty proposal, an idea that has irked conservatives for many weeks. And Rep. Robert Aderholt's legislation is gaining momentum - including an endorsement from Sen. Jeff Sessions, also from the Yellowhammer State.... (more)


January 11, 2015
BOB UNRUH A federal judge has delivered another blow to Obamacare, issuing a permanent injunction against enforcement of the national health care law's contraceptive mandate against a Michigan company whose owners objected to the president's signature law because of its violation of their religious faith.... (more)


January 10, 2015
PAT BOONE "The traitor rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague." -- Marcus Tullius Cicero, 1st century B.C.... (more)


January 10, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Republicans pushed back on a White House line that they are jeopardizing national security by using Homeland Security funding to try to undo President Obama's executive action on immigration.... (more)


January 10, 2015
MICHELLE MALKIN I have never laughed so bitterly as I did while reading Thursday's lead editorial by the great pretender-defenders of free speech at the New York Times. Paying obligatory lip service to the 10 cartoonists and staffers of the Paris satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo who were slaughtered for offending Islam, the Times intoned: "It is absurd to suggest that the way to avoid terrorist attacks is to let the terrorists dictate standards in a democracy."... (more)


January 10, 2015
YAHOO NEWS Al Qaeda militants in Syria are plotting attacks to inflict mass casualties in the West, possibly against transport systems or "iconic targets", the head of Britain's MI5 Security Service said on Thursday.... (more)


January 10, 2015
WASHINGTON TIMES Cherif and Said Kouachi -- the two brothers sought by Paris authorities for the Charlie Hebdo attack that killed 12 -- have been killed Friday after taking a hostage at a printing complex in Dammartin-en-Goele, authorities said.... (more)