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10 hours ago
Activist alert!
ROGER OGDEN Find a street corner, a government building, or an overpass and start making your signs, because National Impeach Obama Week is October 18-25, just before the mid-term elections. The time to stand up and be counted is before the election, not after.... (more)


13 hours ago
ALAN KEYES On any assumption of goodwill toward America and its institutions, Obama's policies appear incoherent, disjointed, incompetent, and self-destructive. On the assumption of hostility toward America's vital interests and its way of life, however, they resolve into the rational, coherent, and indeed directly linear pursuit of its destruction.... (more)


13 hours ago
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST There seems to be no end to the police-state atmosphere that emerges close to home with more frequency these days. Texas, like most red states, contains small dobs of blue lurking in some of its major metropolitan centers. One such place is Houston, a city (ironically) with a history of eschewing and recoiling at the very thought of zoning ordinances... (more)


1 day ago
CLIFF KINCAID The justified police killing of black thug Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, was used by the media to accuse the police of being "militarized" when they brought out the heavy equipment to cope with rioters. At the same time, Brown was portrayed as an innocent black man shot with his hands up. All of this was false, and it has now been proven to be false.... (more)


1 day ago
VICTOR SHARPE It is always a delicious moment when progressives (the current politically correct name for left-wingers, socialists, and Marxists) have to admit their falsehoods.... (more)


1 day ago
NEW YORK POST Chalk it up to karma, fate or bad luck. Whatever you call it, the Ebola scare is proof that Bad Things Happen to Bad Presidents. The morphing of what is a single case into near panic is, according to medical experts, unwarranted. They point out that, so far, one person from Liberia died in a Texas hospital and two nurses who treated him got sick. Period, end of panic... (more)


1 day ago
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY Ron Klain is a sharp-elbowed Democratic political operative with no medical expertise. Tapping him as "Ebola czar" may not be the president's best move when, as it is, no one can believe a word the Obama administration says. And that's not just because Mr. Klain is yet another lobbyist recruited despite Mr. Obama's vow that his administration would shun lobbyists.... (more)


1 day ago
NEWSMAX President Barack Obama made a rare appearance on the campaign trail Sunday at a rally to support the Democratic candidate for governor in Maryland, but many in the audience left early -- underscoring his continuing unpopularity.... (more)


1 day ago
NEWSMAX Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee wants the nation's pastors to send Bibles and copies of all of their sermons to Houston Mayor Annise Parker, who has issued a broad subpoena demanding the city's pastors hand over copies of their sermons and communications concerning the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance.... (more)


1 day ago
NEWSMAX Those trying to stop Obama from turning America into a one-party nation should hail Saturday's Supreme Court decision upholding the Texas Voter ID law. The photo identification requirement will stop the left from committing massive vote fraud. To understand how, we must grasp how the process works.... (more)


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BREITBART There is a "moral bankruptcy" that's settled into leadership of America in the White House and throughout Washington, D.C., Dr. Alveda King--the niece of Martin Luther King, Jr.--said in an interview Friday morning.... (more)


1 day ago
BREITBART A woman known as "Rehana" has become a hero across the internet as news spread that the Kobani soldier has reportedly killed more than 100 Islamic State terrorists single-handedly.... (more)


3 days ago
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY Ebola is causing such anxiety that even alarm over an outbreak of enterovirus D-68 -- far more prevalent and linked to the deaths of at least four children -- has been crowded out. Ditto news of the Islamic State's rampage, a stock-price rollercoaster, and the impending midterm elections. Understandably, two concerns dominate the public discussion.... (more)


3 days ago
CNS NEWS Reverend Billy Graham, arguably the most well-known and respected evangelical preacher of the last 50 years, said in a recently published commentary that America was "founded by men who believed in prayer" and that prayer can turn "the tide of history," adding that while "America is just as wicked as Sodom and Gomorrah" and deserves "the judgment of God," this judgment can be lessened through prayer.... (more)


3 days ago
MAGGIE GALLAGHER After the initial shock, many leading Catholic voices are regrouping to refocus their public response to the synod report, which is after all not a teaching of the bishops (as the New York Times misreported), but a mid-session committee report.... (more)


3 days ago
JOSEPH FARAH For 17 years, longer than any other independent Internet news agency, WND.com has been fighting to re-establish the free press in America. We've battled challenges from the federal government, the corporate gatekeepers in the Big Media, corrupt banksters, cultural revolutionaries, well-funded professional smear artists and a thousand other adversaries along the way.... (more)


3 days ago
MICHELLE MALKIN Free at last! I'm silent no more. Now, the story can be told. Democrats here in my adopted state of Colorado did not want the new political documentary I hosted to see the light of day. They lost. This week, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an emergency injunction declaring that our movie deserved the same free-speech rights as a "traditional" (translation: old-guard liberal) news organization.... (more)


3 days ago
CLIFF KINCAID The nephew of the black African who brought Ebola to the United States doesn't blame his uncle. He blames us. He writes in The Dallas Morning News that his uncle did everything right in Liberia, but still got Ebola, and wasn't treated correctly in the U.S. The claim is that he had a right to be on U.S. soil and that it's our fault he's dead.... (more)


3 days ago
NEWSMAX The government watchdog group Judicial Watch alleged Friday the Obama administration is formulating plans to admit Ebola-infected non-U.S. citizens into the United States for treatment.... (more)


3 days ago
NEWSMAX President Barack Obama's appointment of an "Ebola czar" has triggered an angry response from a Texas senator who is demanding that Congress convene an emergency session to take over leadership in the Ebola crisis and pass a ban on travelers entering the U.S. from the affected West Africa countries.... (more)


3 days ago
JEROME R. CORSI The public face of the foundering Obama administration response to the Ebola crisis has a history of left-leaning activism and fashions himself as a "community organizer," much as the president who appointed him in 2009.... (more)


3 days ago
HUFFINGTON POST Donald Trump is at it again, taking to Twitter to question President Barack Obama's mental health over his handling of the Ebola crisis.... (more)


3 days ago
NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE Democrats' Senate candidate in West Virginia, Natalie Tennant, would not mention President Obama by name when asked whom she voted for in the previous election.... (more)


4 days ago
HOLLYWOOD REPORTER Guerrilla street artist SABO, who made headlines with his Gwyneth Paltrow "Obama Drone" poster, has struck again -- this time ahead of Hillary Clinton's upcoming Democratic fundraiser at Tavern restaurant in Brentwood.... (more)


4 days ago
BLOOMBERG "If the president will not act, then leaders of Congress should reconvene Congress," Sen. Ted Cruz, a possible 2016 Republican presidential candidate, tells Bloomberg's Jonathan Allen.... (more)