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June 2, 2015
JOSEPH FARAH It ought to be one of the key questions Americans ask themselves during the 2016 presidential election: "Do you like government secrecy?" It's always a good question, but it will be an especially relevant one if Hillary Clinton is the Democratic Party's nominee.... (more)


June 2, 2015
WASHINGTON TIMES The acting chief of the Transportation Security Administration was ousted late Monday night after an embarrassing new report found that airport security officers badly failed a new test, missing almost every firearm and explosive investigators tried to sneak by them.... (more)


June 2, 2015
NEWSMAX Robert F. Kennedy Jr. charges the Centers for Disease Control can't be trusted to assure Americans that childhood vaccines are safe. And, he says, autism may be triggered by the preservative thimerosal, which contains mercury and is used in the serums.... (more)


June 1, 2015
ALAN KEYES In a post published on my blog in May 2013, I wrote about the Obama administration's Benghazi cover-up: "They seek to hide and distract attention from their faction's collaboration with key elements of the global infrastructure of terrorism (including, in connection with al-Qaida, the very forces responsible for the 9/11 attacks in the U.S.)."... (more)


June 1, 2015
GARTH KANT The latest Gallup poll appears to be really bad news for the right, but it omitted what three influential conservatives consider a crucial factor. For the first time, Gallup found the number of Americans describing their views on social issues as "liberal" or "very liberal" was the same as those describing themselves as "conservative" or "very conservative," with both sides at 31 percent.... (more)


June 1, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER The expiration of provisions in the Patriot Act on Sunday night doesn't necessarily spell the end of bulk data collection, according to surveillance experts.... (more)


June 1, 2015
JOE KOVACS A former high-ranking official at the U.S. National Security Agency said Sunday night the NSA will continue to spy on American citizens irrespective of any action taken by Congress on the Patriot Act.... (more)


June 1, 2015
POLITICO The cost of Obamacare could rise for millions of Americans next year, with one insurer proposing a 50 percent hike in premiums, fueling the controversy about just how "affordable" the Affordable Care Act really is.... (more)


June 1, 2015
NEW YORK TIMES The bruising battle over President Obama's push for the power to negotiate two potentially far-reaching trade pacts will shift this week to the House, where the White House faces entrenched opposition from Democrats and the stirring of rebellion from the Republicans' right flank.... (more)


June 1, 2015
THE INDEPENDENT India's defence minister has voiced concern that the radical Islamist group Isis could obtain a nuclear weapon from "states like Pakistan"... (more)


June 1, 2015
WORLDNETDAILY Fox News host Greg Gutfeld had some startling comments for supporters of traditional marriage during a panel appearance on "The Five."... (more)


June 1, 2015
JOSEPH FARAH How bad is the press in America? So bad that an apparent sex abuser paying off an extortionist $3.5 million could become the speaker of the House, the third highest-ranking official in the country, serving longer in that position than any other Republican.... (more)


June 1, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina would give Common Core a failing grade. "Our education system is a big problem," the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard said on "Fox News Sunday." "When a Washington bureaucracy gets involved in a program, it becomes heavy-handed and standardized. It's how Washington bureaucracy works."... (more)


May 31, 2015
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY Seems like Rand Paul always goes too far. He could have made a perfectly respectable argument that the NSA's metadata program is illegal because it exceeds the Patriot Act's authority. Instead he speciously insists that the Patriot Act shreds the Fourth Amendment and the program is akin to Nixon-era "domestic spying."... (more)


May 30, 2015
WASHINGTON FREE BEACON A North Korean delegation that traveled to Iran in April for secret meetings about nuclear technology spent much of its time working with an Iranian agency responsible for weaponizing the country's nuclear program, according to an exiled Iranian opposition group.... (more)


May 30, 2015
NEWSMAX The State Department removed Cuba from its list of state sponsors of terrorism, a largely symbolic step clearing the way for normalizing diplomatic relations 54 years after the U.S. severed ties after Cuba's communist revolution.... (more)


May 30, 2015
NEWSMAX A trial date of Jan. 20, 2016, has been set for a racketeering lawsuit filed against Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton and their non-profit Clinton Foundation, former federal prosecutor Larry Klayman, who launched the suit this week, has revealed to Newsmax TV.... (more)


May 30, 2015
CHERYL CHUMLEY Obamacare appeared to suffer a setback of sorts this week after a judge overseeing a House-propelled lawsuit against the federal health-care takeover raised skeptical brows at the White House's play to toss the suit, asking at one point with a mocking tone: "You don't really believe" your own opening statements, do you?... (more)


May 30, 2015
MICHELLE MALKIN How many times have you heard President Obama and his minions pat themselves on the back for their noble "investments" in "roads and bridges"? Without government infrastructure spending, we're incessantly reminded, we wouldn't be able to conduct our daily business.... (more)


May 30, 2015
PAUL BEDARD In what may be the most twisted example of American immigration laws, a teen convicted in Mexico of beheading four men and hanging their bodies off a bridge south of Mexico City lives freely in the United States as a U.S. citizen because he was born in San Diego to an illegal mother.... (more)


May 29, 2015
AARON KLEIN In the year prior to the deadly 2012 Benghazi attack, Hillary Clinton used her private email server to correspond about such highly sensitive national security matters as specific threats to the Libya hotel where Ambassador Chris Stevens was staying as well as his decision to remain at the hotel despite the threats.... (more)


May 29, 2015
GARTH KANT The government activist group Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit against Secretary of State John Kerry to force him to turn over the emails of his predecessor, Hillary Clinton. "Secretary Kerry is in cover-up mode for Hillary Clinton," said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton in a statement Thursday.... (more)


May 29, 2015
WASHINGTON POST J. Dennis Hastert, the longest-serving Republican speaker in the history of the U.S. House, was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury on charges that he violated banking laws in a bid to pay $3.5 million to an unnamed person to cover up "past misconduct."... (more)


May 29, 2015
BOB UNRUH Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, known for his opposition to federal courts imposing same-sex "marriage" on states, says U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Ginsburg could be penalized for her public advocacy of "gay" rights as the court considers a case that could redefine marriage in federal law.... (more)


May 29, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Charter schools serve black and Hispanic students at higher rates than traditional public schools, according to new data from the National Center for Education Statistics... (more)