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June 21, 2015
POLITICO The House Republican crackdown has reached a new level of severity. House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Jason Chaffetz has stripped North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows of his subcommittee chairmanship, just days after he defied leadership on the House floor by voting against a party-line procedural motion.... (more)


June 21, 2015
WASHINGTON EXAMINER CNN aired a statistic Friday morning alleging that "right-wing extremism" is responsible for more deaths since Sept. 11, 2001, than "Muslim extremism." The thing is: The statistic is dubious.... (more)


June 21, 2015
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY Killing off military commissions has been an obsession of the Lawyer Left for over a dozen years. It may, at long last, be "Mission Accomplished" thanks to last week's ruling by a deeply divided federal appeals court.... (more)


June 21, 2015
NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE A federal judge has reopened a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit that aims to obtain e-mails between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her longtime aide, Huma Abedin, saying that the discovery of Clinton's private server warranted the revival of the case.... (more)


June 20, 2015
CLIFF KINCAID When Barack Obama campaigned for president in 2008, few Americans would have guessed that his administration would become the most anti-family force in U.S. history by celebrating gay marriage and the spectacle of men becoming women through the phenomenon of "transgenderism."... (more)


June 20, 2015
INFOWARS Charleston shooter Dylann Storm Roof was reportedly taking a drug that has been linked with sudden outbursts of violence, fitting the pattern of innumerable other mass shooters who were on or had recently come off pharmaceutical drugs linked to aggression.... (more)


June 20, 2015
NEWSMAX The "harshest of the harsh gun laws" do little to stop people with criminal or evil intentions, former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik tells Newsmax TV. In an interview with "Newsmax Prime" host J.D. Hayworth, the author of "From Jailer to Jailed" said the "roughest gun laws" in cities and states "really make no difference. When the bad guys want to get guns, they get them and they use them for what they want."... (more)


June 20, 2015
WORLDNETDAILY President Obama is catching heat from two U.S. senators for releasing violent criminals onto the streets who then went on to murder 121 Americans between 2010 and 2014.... (more)


June 20, 2015
GARTH KANT "The Supreme Court is not the Supreme Branch, and it is certainly not the Supreme Being," emphasized GOP presidential candidate and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, in remarks provided exclusively to WND.... (more)


June 19, 2015
THE HILL The House on Thursday took the first step toward resuscitating the White House's trade agenda by passing legislation granting President Obama fast-track authority. The bill now goes to the Senate, where the White House and GOP leaders are seeking to strike a deal with pro-trade Democrats.... (more)


June 19, 2015
NEWSMAX Rep. John Fleming questioned why House Speaker John Boehner and other top Republicans worked feverishly to resuscitate President Barack Obama's trade agenda Thursday when "this is a president who criticizes America and seeks to harm America while giving a pass to other countries."... (more)


June 19, 2015
NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE Three recent items highlight the continuing collapse of interior immigration enforcement under Obama. The first is information pried out of DHS by Senators Grassley and Sessions: One hundred twenty-one convicted criminals who faced deportation orders between 2010 and 2014 were never removed from the country and now face murder charges, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).... (more)


June 19, 2015
NEWSMAX Gun-rights groups Thursday slammed President Barack Obama's call for a national reckoning on gun violence after the fatal shooting of nine people in a South Carolina church Wednesday night and his remark that "this type of mass violence does not happen in other advanced countries."... (more)


June 19, 2015
WASHINGTON TIMES Dylann Storm Roof -- a skinny, young white man with a bowl haircut -- entered a historic black church, sat down next to its well-known pastor for a Bible study and, about an hour later, according to police, he pulled out a gun and killed nine people in a race-fueled mass shooting that reignited talk about guns and racism in America.... (more)


June 19, 2015
BOB UNRUH A man who was in the congregation during an earlier church shooting -- and fired back at the attackers -- says the solution is not to restrict guns, as President Obama has suggested, but to encourage people to defend themselves and others.... (more)


June 19, 2015
NEWSMAX The Pentagon is reportedly building a detailed missile defense shield to guard against a cruise missile attack from Russia. According to Defense One, the Department of Defense is looking to purchase radar systems that can help pick up low-lying cruise missiles launched by Russia at U.S. cities. National Guard fighter jets would then shoot down the missiles before they impact their targets.... (more)


June 19, 2015
NEWSMAX Pope Francis' controversial encyclical on the environment -- in which he bares his concerns about climate change and "rails against air conditioning" -- is likely to irk his Catholic flock, Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, tells Newsmax TV.... (more)


June 19, 2015
MICHELLE MALKIN Why was America so shocked by homegirl hoaxer Rachel Dolezal? The spray-tanned con artist, who resigned this week as head of the Spokane chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of (Artificially) Colored People, is the inevitable outcome of academia's cult of manufactured victimhood.... (more)


June 19, 2015
NEWSMAX It's official: Brian Williams is moving to MSNBC and Lester Holt will formally replace him as "NBC Nightly News" anchor, NBC News and MSNBC chairman Andrew Lack announced today.... (more)


June 18, 2015
CLIFF KINCAID Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush's speech that launched his presidential campaign on Monday noted that Hillary Clinton's "progressive agenda" includes the admonition that traditional religious beliefs "have to be changed." Mrs. Clinton's entire quote, in talking about opposition to her version of feminism and demands for abortion, was that "deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed."... (more)


June 18, 2015
SUSAN FERRECHIO The House will vote Thursday on a "Fast Track" trade bill that most Democrats oppose, with passage hinging on a coalition of Republicans and a small faction of Democrats. The bill will not include a provision to extend a program that provides aid to workers displaced by new trade deals, a provision known as Trade Adjustment Assistance... (more)


June 18, 2015
WEEKLY STANDARD Senator Jeff Sessions is worried that the adoption of the Trans-Pacific Partnership would lead to an "historic international regulatory Commission" that would eoncmpass 90 percent of the world's GDP. He's concerned that it would "[create] a self-governing and self-perpetuating Commission with extraordinary implications for American workers and American sovereignty."... (more)


June 18, 2015
BREITBART Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) has issued yet another clarion call to House Republicans urging them to abandon GOP leadership's desperate ploys to bring Obamatrade back to life and instead vote against Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and stop President Obama from getting even more power in his final years in office.... (more)


June 18, 2015
WORLDNETDAILY A few congressmen are fighting to block the planned importation of thousands of Syrian refugees into American cities and towns, arguing that they present a grave security risk because many Syrians have ties to the Sunni rebel groups ISIS and al-Nusra Front.... (more)


June 18, 2015
BOB UNRUH A former member of the federal judiciary is laying the blame for the vast expansion of same-sex "marriage" across the United States directly on federal judges.... (more)