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21 hours ago
MSNBC You may not have heard, but we're apparently in the middle of "National Impeach Obama Week." No, seriously. The Washington Post reported the other day that a "persistent group of activists" created the "Coalition to Impeach Obama Now!"... (more)


22 hours ago
WORLDNETDAILY It's an explosive charge, one that practically accuses the president of treason. A former CIA agent bluntly told WND, America has switched sides in the war on terror under President Obama. Clare Lopez was willing to say what a few members of Congress have confided to WND in private, but declined to say on-the-record.... (more)


22 hours ago
NEWSMAX American intervention into the Middle East's politics has helped give rise to the Islamic State and other extremists, and the United States is finding itself in the position of helping its enemies in the war-torn region, Sen. Rand Paul writes in an opinion piece for The Wall Street Journal.... (more)


22 hours ago
BOB UNRUH Attorney Larry Klayman, fresh off a preliminary court ruling that the National Security Agency's spying on Americans likely is unconstitutional, now has named President Obama and others in a racketeering complaint.... (more)


22 hours ago
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY Government coercion of the financial sector to make irresponsible loans was the primary driver of the 2007-08 financial meltdown. Yet, as we've previously observed here, "Washington has searched every place but within for a scapegoat" -- with the Obama Justice Department pursuing politically motivated investigations, prosecutions, and civil lawsuits against banks and credit rating agencies in order to concoct a history that blames predatory lending rather than statist policy.... (more)


22 hours ago
WASHINGTON TIMES The sheriff's department in Chelan County, east of Seattle, figured it could use an armored vehicle to transport its SWAT team's response to thorny situations, thereby erasing the fear of taking fire as they sped into active shooter or barricade incidents.... (more)


22 hours ago
CBS DFW Two Texans, one White House. Is the 2016 Republican campaign trail big enough? After plummeting from prime contender to political punchline three years ago, Gov. Rick Perry has spent months gearing up for a second run. And he's turned his recent indictment on felony abuse-of-power charges into a campaign rallying cry.... (more)


23 hours ago
MICHELLE MALKIN Did you miss Tinseltown's latest political-correctness powwow? Preening celebrities showed their solidarity with Ferguson, Mo., at the MTV Video Music Awards show this week. Rapper Common led the convocation, preachifying about the positive impact of hip-hop music on society as a "powerful instrument of social change" and "truth."... (more)


23 hours ago
BOB UNRUH One year after police in Germany obtained court permission to use "force" and arm themselves with a battering ram to remove four homeschooled kids from their parents, an appeals court has scolded officials who conducted an early morning raid.... (more)


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JOSEPH FARAH Perhaps the single costliest, most demonstrable crime of Barack Obama's time in office is what he did to fuel the rise of the army of the Islamic State in Syria, which now threatens to take over Syria, Iraq and other Middle East while murdering thousands and posing an extreme terrorist threat to the U.S.... (more)


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VICTOR DAVIS HANSON President Obama doesn't know much about history. In his therapeutic 2009 Cairo speech, Obama outlined all sorts of Islamic intellectual and technological pedigrees, several of which were undeserved. He exaggerated Muslim contributions to printing and medicine, for example, and was flat-out wrong about the catalysts for the European Renaissance and Enlightenment.... (more)


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CLIFF KINCAID Paul Goble, a specialist on international broadcasting and the propaganda war being waged over Ukraine, writes that "as effective as [Vladimir] Putin's disinformation campaign has been inside Russia, it has been even more successful beyond that country's borders." One problem, he says, is that the Western media treat Putin's lies as just another point of view... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES According to John Dean's new book, "The Nixon Defense: What He Knew and When He Knew It," President Nixon knew a lot more about Watergate a lot sooner than he ever admitted. However, the question one should ask before plowing through Mr. Dean's 746-page "definitive" history is, "What difference, at this point, does it make?"... (more)


1 day ago
WASHINGTON TIMES Democrats argue that voter fraud is a phantom menace. Sensible safeguards for the integrity of elections, such as requiring the presentation of valid voter identification at the polls, are racist schemes to suppress turnout.... (more)


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TPNN Constitutional conservative Mississippi Senate Candidate Chris McDaniel told Tim Constantine on TPNN's Capitol Hill Show on Wednesday, that Republican establishment-backed, 76-year-old Senator Thad Cochran's campaign stole the recent runoff election in Mississippi, that he had proof, and hoped his current court challenge will not only overturn the election, but will allow people to see the "ugly, ugly under belly of some element of the Republican Party."... (more)


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FOX 13 A federal judge declared a portion of Utah's polygamy ban unconstitutional late Wednesday, essentially decriminalizing polygamy in the state.... (more)


1 day ago
YAHOO NEWS IMF chief Christine Lagarde, one of the world's most powerful women, announced Wednesday she had been charged with "negligence" over a multi-million-euro graft case relating to her time as French finance minister.... (more)


2 days ago
JOSEPH FARAH What does a nation do when its highest official represents the biggest security threat it faces? That's what America needs to decide -- and fast. Because the Islamic State, or ISIS, is not the nation's No. 1 security threat.... (more)


2 days ago
NEWSMAX House Speaker John Boehner once again has earned the distinction of being the most disliked congressional leader, according to a new Rasmussen Reports survey. Only 28 percent of likely voters said they held a favorable opinion of Boehner, and only 4 percent had a "very favorable" opinion. Conversely, 60 percent view him "unfavorably" with 32 percent having a "very unfavorable" view... (more)


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WASHINGTON TIMES The Obama administration is looking to reach "a sweeping international climate change agreement" that would not be a formal treaty that would require a two-thirds Senate approval -- which almost certainly would never happen, The New York Times reported... (more)


2 days ago
HUMAN EVENTS The terrorists of ISIS don't seem cowed by anything that's been thrown at them to date, because they grabbed another American hostage, and this time it's a woman. ABC News reports:... (more)


2 days ago
WORLDNETDAILY Americans' telephone conversations already are being monitored by the National Security Agency and their health-care policies by the Internal Revenue Service. Now there's "Truthy," a government-funded project at Indiana University that will watch their Tweets for "political smears" and "social pollution."... (more)


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PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY After President Obama in his 2013 State of the Union address called for a new federal entitlement for taxpayer-funded free preschool or pre-K for all 4-year-olds, we thought his idea would be quickly discredited, not only by its enormous cost, but even more importantly by the overwhelming weight of research proving the lack of any long-term benefit from such programs... (more)


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WASHINGTON EXAMINER Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is suing the Obama administration over the Common Core education standards. Jindal is planning to run for president in 2016, and the lawsuit positions the governor on the side of most conservative activists and Republican base voters... (more)


2 days ago
WASHINGTON TIMES If concerned citizens want to inform themselves on one of the most important issues in their lives -- the education of their children -- they would be hard-pressed to get any significant help from the national media... (more)