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March 16, 2013
NEW YORK POST Pope Francis toasted the cardinals who had just elected him by joking, "May God forgive you for what you've done." New details from inside the secretive Vatican enclave revealed that the humble Jorge Mario Cardinal Bergoglio of Argentina was overwhelmed by his elevation to the leadership of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics... (more)


December 24, 2014
BREITBART Some prominent moderate establishment Republicans in Utah are plotting to target conservative icon Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) with a primary challenge in 2016. Lee's offense? He didn't drink the Washington Kool-aid and see the D.C. cesspool as a jacuzzi after he ousted incumbent Sen. Bob Bennett (R-UT), who had supported the TARP bailouts, in 2010.... (more)


March 16, 2013
RICHARD VIGUERIE In the humility and vigor of his first appearance, Pope Francis gave immediate hope and spiritual renewal to the world's Catholics. Secular liberals who were hoping the new pope would bend the Church's teachings to their political agenda -- such as acceptance of same-sex marriage -- will no doubt be disappointed to discover that Francis is, in fact, a Catholic... (more)


December 24, 2014
DAILY CALLER The Obama administration is cramming like a college student trying to study for a final exam, publishing more than 1,200 new regulations in the last 15 days alone, according to data from Regulations.gov.... (more)


March 16, 2013
WASHINGTON TIMES Sure, it's easy to criticize Hollywood, but try to remember that the entertainment industry today is an intellectually demanding environment, fraught with cognitively challenging, even intractable, questions, like, to take one recent example: How can the cable mini-series "The Bible" be such a ratings hit when there is no audience for overtly religious entertainment programming?... (more)


December 24, 2014
BOB UNRUH The Connecticut Supreme Court has reversed the conviction of a man who was found to have war memorabilia in his car, including a dirk knife and a police baton, while he was moving from one residence to another.... (more)


March 16, 2013
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY Last Sunday, the first installment of History's five-part miniseries The Bible beat everything on television with a massive 13.1 million viewers, making it cable's most-watched entertainment telecast this year... (more)


December 24, 2014
NEWSMAX Less than half of children in America live in a "traditional" family headed by a mom and dad in their first marriage, a new analysis shows.... (more)


March 16, 2013
REUTERS The North Dakota Senate approved what would be the most restrictive abortion law in the United States on Friday, a measure banning the procedure in most cases once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, as early as six weeks... (more)


December 23, 2014
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY There are 250 million Christians in America today, but most seem to be oblivious of the fact that they and their religion are under steady attack from those who apparently hate Christianity, or at least want to expunge Christianity from any public place or mention. That hatred seems to extend to all sorts of evidences of Christianity in our society such as Christmas, which is a federal holiday.... (more)


March 16, 2013
FINANCIAL TIMES Chinese doctors have performed more than 330m abortions since the government implemented a controversial family planning policy 40 years ago, according to official data from the health ministry... (more)


December 23, 2014
WASHINGTON TIMES Republicans won the House in 2010 with their "Pledge to America" vowing a more transparent legislative process, but they broke many of those rules in this month's end-of-year push to pass spending bills and a massive package of land deals.... (more)


March 16, 2013
NEWSMAX In a stunning reversal of position, Republican Ohio Sen. Rob Portman has told newspapers in his state that he now supports same-sex marriage, after revealing his son is gay. His staff said he told GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney of his son Will's sexual orientation while he was being considered as a potential running mate... (more)


March 16, 2013
PENNY YOUNG NANCE With all of the talk of women lately, why has no one sounded the whistle that March is Women's History Month? During the 1960s, feminist-movement moguls such as Betty Friedan championed themselves as liberators of the poor and miserable stay-at-home mothers. They deemed motherhood as a life sentence with no hope of parole... (more)


December 23, 2014
Activist alert!
WORLDNETDAILY When members of the new House of Representatives convene here Jan. 3, they will be asked to state the following words in their oath of office.... (more)


March 16, 2013
NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre is not cowed by the criticism he and his organization have received in the wake of the shooting in Newtown, Conn. In a fiery speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference -- met with cries from the audience of "Right! Right!" and "Amen!" -- LaPierre dismissed Democrats' calls for expanding background checks and called once again for putting armed guards in schools across the country... (more)


December 23, 2014
NEWSMAX New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and President Barack Obama have engaged in "hate speech" against the police, says former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.... (more)


March 16, 2013
WORLDNETDAILY Just days after WND published multiple reports about how returning veterans were being deprived of their Second Amendment rights without a court-based adjudication competency process, members of the U.S. Senate say they have had enough, and are seeking a change... (more)


December 23, 2014
NEWSMAX Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy says President Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder -- and now New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio -- are fanning the flames of racial discontent in America.... (more)


March 16, 2013
NEWSMAX Former Attorney General Edwin Meese told CPAC 2013 attendees that the best approach for the country's future is one that emphasizes returning to the original principles that built the United States, as opposed to the more powerful centralized government favored by President Barack Obama... (more)


December 23, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY Eric Garner died and activist Al Sharpton was in the headlines. Likewise when George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin. Then were was the Dunbar Village case, where Sharpton said four youths were unfairly accused because of their race. And there is a long list of other cases where Sharpton has put himself on stage.... (more)


March 16, 2013
IB TIMES President Obama has many supporters in Hollywood, but Pat Boone is definitely not one of them. The 78-year-old actor and singer went on Fox Business News on Wednesday bashing Obama's politics, calling him a "Marxist" and "socialist."... (more)


December 23, 2014
NEWSMAX Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is slamming normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba, saying President Barack Obama's decision "spit in the face of every human rights activist in Cuba."... (more)


March 16, 2013
ANDREW NAPOLITANO What if a dictator in America used the force of law to tell you what to eat? What if the same dictator told you what to drink? What if the dictator told you the sizes of the containers in which you could purchase a lawful beverage? What if the dictator just made up the rules according to his own personal taste?... (more)


December 23, 2014
BOB UNRUH The U.S. military announced Monday that evidence regarding Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the soldier who allegedly abandoned his post in Afghanistan June 23, 2009, and ended up in the hands of a terrorist group, is being forwarded to an officer who will decide whether to convene a court-martial.... (more)