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June 10, 2015
NATIONAL JOURNAL — Before they were allies, they were campaign-trail foes. Yet, since taking the gavel of the influential Ways and Means Committee, Chairman Paul Ryan has emerged as President Obama's most convincing messenger on Capitol Hill on behalf of a free-trade agreement that would be a big boost to the president's legislative legacy.... (more)


June 10, 2015
WASHINGTON POST — The inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security said Tuesday that he is investigating the leak of classified information from an undercover operation in which investigators were able to slip through airport security with weapons and phony bombs more than 95 percent of the time.... (more)


June 10, 2015
WASHINGTON TIMES — Hundreds of Cuban criminals are released onto the streets of the U.S. every year because that nation won't take them back -- even though the Obama administration is trying to broker a more open relationship with the communist island nation.... (more)


June 10, 2015
CHELSEA SCHILLING — At least 60 faculty and staff members at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, have signed a petition demanding that the Catholic college keep a mural of a cop killer and an FBI designated terrorist on a wall in the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center.... (more)


June 10, 2015
WASHINGTON TIMES — A married Army general on Tuesday introduced his spouse at a Pentagon event that featured lots of top brass, including Defense Secretary Ashton Carter as the keynote speaker.... (more)


June 10, 2015
THE BIG STORY — A woman who was injured in a February traffic collision is suing Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce. Jessica Steindorff filed the lawsuit Monday in Los Angeles, seeking unspecified damages. Her lawsuit uses both names for the 65-year-old Jenner, who publicly transitioned to Caitlyn after the crash.... (more)


June 10, 2015
NEWSMAX — Texas won reinstatement of strict abortion limitations that may close all but a handful of clinics in the second-largest U.S. state. A federal appeals court agreed Tuesday that the state's interest in safeguarding patient safety outweighs the inconvenience to women who must travel long distances to gain access to the procedure.... (more)


June 10, 2015
JOE KOVACS — Robert Gibbs, the former U.S. press secretary who claimed to be the one who put President Barack Obama's birth certificate online, has just been reborn as the top mouthpiece for McDonald's.... (more)


June 10, 2015
THE GUARDIAN — As one summit closes, another opens. Thursday sees the start of the influential Bilderberg policy conference, which this year is being held in Austria, just 16 miles south of the G7 summit, and in a similarly inaccessible luxury alpine resort. The participant list for the conference has just been released by the organisation, and some big names leap off the page.... (more)


June 10, 2015
CHARLES HURT — Not since Clark Griswold took his family on a European vacation have we seen such goofy antics. Jeb Bush, in a desperate bid to be taken seriously, is cashing in his last name to buy himself a first-class tour of European capitals to hobnob with world leaders, statesmen and dignitaries.... (more)


June 10, 2015
MICHELLE MALKIN — It's increasingly difficult to tell the difference between Teach for America -- whose leaders are at the forefront of inflammatory anti-police protests in Baltimore, Ferguson, and now McKinney, Texas -- and left-wing activist groups such as Organizing for Action (President Obama's partisan community organizing army). Guess what, taxpayers? You're paying for it!... (more)


June 9, 2015
RICHARD VIGUERIE — Two issues being hotly contested at the national level this year -- government collection of private records as debated through the Patriot Act sunset provision, and the definition of marriage before the Supreme Court -- distinguish conservatives from neocons and libertarians.... (more)


June 9, 2015
THE HILL — The Supreme Court should not have taken up the lawsuit challenging ObamaCare subsidies, President Obama said on Monday. "This should be an easy case, frankly it shouldn't have even been taken up," Obama said during a news conference at the Group of Seven (G-7) summit of leading industrial nations in Germany.... (more)


June 9, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — State Department officials edited out passages of a high-profile report in 2013 that could have embarrassed Hillary Clinton just days before she quit President Obama's Cabinet. The officials, inside the Inspector General's office, excised details of an cover-up of misconduct by Clinton's security team.... (more)


June 9, 2015
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY — Hillary Clinton has laid out her game plan for winning back the White House for herself and her husband next year. Let's hope Republicans were paying attention. She apparently decided it won't be enough to rely on the 66 million people who voted twice for Barack Obama, many of whom are disillusioned by the failure of "hope and change."... (more)


June 8, 2015
ALAN KEYES — "It's dejΰ vu all over again." In an article at LifesiteNews.com, I read that, in response to the referendum in Ireland favoring homosexual "marriages," Walter Kasper, a German cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, said... (more)


June 8, 2015
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST — "Mormon Rivals?" Rivals? Not necessarily the same thing as "enemies," is it? From out of the Mountain West political journalists foresee the potential emergence of one and possibly two political dynasties, again from successful and politically driven families.... (more)


June 8, 2015
CLIFF KINCAID — With the papal encyclical on climate change scheduled for a June 18 release, the liberal media can be expected to portray the Vatican document as a major step forward for the United Nations agenda of controlling and taxing the use of natural resources by governments and people. But a group of retired NASA scientists is taking on the pope directly, armed with expertise that has come through decades of planning U.S. space missions and dealing with the most complex and difficult issues of climate science.... (more)


June 8, 2015
GARTH KANT — The White House isn't commenting on the exposure of a secret presidential directive, but critics tell WND it confirms what they feared: The Obama administration has an official policy of backing so-called "moderate Islamists," including the jihadist group the Muslim Brotherhood.... (more)


June 8, 2015
PAMELA GELLER — Last week brought us a blatantly revealing moment of radical media activism, otherwise known today as "news coverage." Two news stories. In one, an American was targeted for beheading by members of the American Muslim community because the target would not adhere to the blasphemy laws under the Shariah. I was the target, and this was the media coverage:... (more)


June 8, 2015
PJ MEDIA — Former Green Party and independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader labeled 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton a "deep corporatist and a deep militarist" who has made peace with the nation's power structure.... (more)


June 8, 2015
WASHINGTON POST — A series of legal setbacks have halted the government's intensive preparations to move forward with President Obama's executive actions shielding millions of illegal immigrants from deportation, even as community organizations continue a rapid push to get ready for the programs, according to U.S. officials and immigrant advocacy groups.... (more)


June 8, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Commonly used and unregulated internet discussions and videos about guns and ammo could be closed down under rules proposed by the State Department, amounting to a "gag order on firearm-related speech," the National Rifle Association is warning.... (more)


June 8, 2015
THE NEWS & OBSERVER — Billionaire businessman Donald Trump all but confirmed he'll run for the Republican presidential nomination during a stop Saturday at the N.C. GOP convention. Trump says he'll make his formal announcement on June 16. "I think a lot of people are going to be very happy" with the decision, Trump told The News & Observer before a sold-out speech Saturday night. "They're tired of watching America go down. ... It's about making America great again. I can do it, and nobody else can do it."... (more)


June 8, 2015
NEWSMAX — Billionaire philanthropist George Soros has agreed to spend as much as $5 million on Democrats' court battles against voting laws passed in recent years by Republican-controlled state governments such as in Ohio and Wisconsin.... (more)