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WASHINGTON EXAMINER — It's official: Mark Begich will face Dan Sullivan this fall in one of the most closely watched Senate contests of 2014. Sullivan, the state's former attorney general, won the Alaska Republican primary with 40.1 percent of the vote, with 98 percent of precincts reporting, according to Politico.... (more)


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MICHELLE MALKIN — The most poisonous "-ism" now infecting Ferguson, Mo., is not virulent racism. It's viral narcissism. Over the past week and a half, the impoverished St. Louis County suburb has become a magnet for self-absorbed publicity seekers of all colors and agendas.... (more)


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WALL STREET JOURNAL — Militants from the group Islamic State released a video Tuesday that appeared to show the beheading of American journalist James Foley in an act of retribution for U.S. airstrikes on the group in Iraq.... (more)


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PHILIP KLEIN — It didn't take long for it to become widely accepted -- and not just among conservatives -- that Friday's indictment of Gov. Rick Perry, R-Texas, rests on a razor-thin legal premise. MSNBC host Ari Melber called the case "very weak" while Jonathan Chait of New York magazine declared the indictment "unbelievably ridiculous."... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES — New York farm owners who rent their facilities for birthday parties and wedding ceremonies have been fined thousands of dollars for refusing to host a lesbian wedding.... (more)


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WORLDNETDAILY — Joe Miller is a man who knows how to pull off a political miracle, and he believes he is on the verge of making history repeat in Alaska. Four years ago, the little-known attorney from Fairbanks knocked off entrenched incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, in a major upset in the GOP primary.... (more)


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NEWSMAX — President Barack Obama's attention to the illegal immigration crisis, which could lead him to issue executive orders early next week to delay deportations and grant work permits to as many as 6 million migrants, has soured many of his core voters: African-Americans.... (more)


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BREITBART — Last week, prompted by complaints about his statement of sympathy on the death of Robin Williams while remaining silent on the killing of an unarmed black man by police, President Barack Obama issued a statement about the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.... (more)


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GATEWAY PUNDIT — The Wall Street Journal reports that At the request of the Brown family, former New York Medical Examiner and renowned physician Dr. Michael Baden conducted a supplemental autopsy on Michael Brown.... (more)


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TOM DELAY — When it can't win at the ballot box, the Left heads for the courthouse. This month we are witnessing the latest disgusting example of the criminalization of politics in the decision by a single rogue prosecutor in my home state of Texas to indict Gov. Rick Perry on a ridiculous abuse-of-power charge. It's a classic call from the Left's playbook: When they can't defeat a conservative politician at the polls, they turn to the legal system to destroy him.... (more)


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WORLDNETDAILY — Amid the rising threat of the Islamic State jihadist group and increased cooperation between Russia and China, military experts are warning the Obama administration's $1 trillion cut in defense spending will put U.S. military forces at a serious technological disadvantage.... (more)


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THE STATE — North Carolina's home schools are growing at a record rate and are now estimated to have more students than the state's private schools. New figures from the state show there were 60,950 home schools in the 2013-14 school year, a 14.3 percent increase from the prior year and a 27 percent increase from two years ago.... (more)


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PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY — Political junkies will remember how former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels was being groomed to run for president in 2012 before he made his foolish statement that the next president should "call a truce on the so-called social issues." Americans do not want a leader who is unable or unwilling to articulate and lead on important social issues.... (more)


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ALAN KEYES — Just recently, I read a WND article reporting an interview with Clare Lopez, a former CIA operative who now "manages the counter-jihad and Shariah programs at the Center for Security Policy" (a national security affairs think tank directed by my friend Frank Gaffney, who was assistant secretary of defense for international security policy under President Ronald Reagan)... (more)


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CLIFF KINCAID — With wars raging in the Middle East, and Russia still threatening Ukraine, the problem of anti-Americanism in Latin America has been put on the back burner. But since Secretary of State John Kerry declared last year that the Monroe Doctrine was dead, Vladimir Putin of Russia has traveled to Brazil, Argentina, Nicaragua, and Cuba. This doesn't seem like an accident. The Obama administration is inviting aggression against the U.S.... (more)


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WALL STREET JOURNAL — Prosecutorial abuse for partisan purposes is common these days, and the latest display is taking place in the all-too-familiar venue of Austin, Texas. On Friday a Travis County prosecutor indicted Governor Rick Perry for the high crime of exercising his constitutional right to free speech and his legal power to veto legislation.... (more)


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NEWS BUSTERS — Sometimes it seems like there isn't a single political issue that a Soros-funded group isn't involved in. Texans for Public Justice, one of the groups behind Rick Perry's indictment charges, is part of a "progressive" coalition that has received $500,000 from liberal billionaire George Soros.... (more)


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ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — It has come to this after six years of Barack Obama's Chicago-style community-organizer governance: The hard Left no longer believes it necessary to pretend that the rule of law matters. It is politics as combat. The devolution can be measured from the trumped-up indictment of Tom DeLay to the trumped-up indictment of Rick Perry.... (more)


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WESTERN JOURNALISM — Fox News reported Friday that former Alaska governor and Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin has endorsed U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller in that state's upcoming primary election.... (more)


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WESTERN JOURNALISM — In race after race across America, Tea Party candidates have faced long odds and millions in Republican establishment influence money spent against them.... (more)


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NEWSMAX — Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz calls himself a "liberal Democrat who would never vote for Rick Perry," but he's still "outraged" over the Texas governor's indictment Friday on charges of abuse of power and coercion.... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES — Your friendly neighborhood policeman is becoming your not-so-friendly neighborhood Army Ranger. The riots in Ferguson, Mo., a small suburb of St. Louis, have demonstrated to a surprised public that the typical cop has weapons that only a few armies in the world can boast.... (more)


3 days ago
WORLDNETDAILY — "These are the stakes," began the voiceover in perhaps the most famous political attack ad in American history, the controversial "Daisy Girl" spot often cited as critical to Lyndon Johnson's victory over Barry Goldwater in the 1964 election.... (more)


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WORLDNETDAILY — The U.S. educational system is in jeopardy. A new e-book titled "Homeschooling: Fighting for My Children's Future," authored by PJ Media.com's in-house writers, will help you assess the threats. As a parent, you have multiple options for fighting on behalf of your children. Don't miss out on this valuable resource, and determine whether homeschooling is right for your family.... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES — President Obama frequently paints the Republican-controlled House as the reason little gets done in Washington, but the GOP on Saturday countered that all of the blame rests with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.... (more)