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April 1, 2016
RUDY TAKALA — Wisconsin's largest newspaper is excoriating Hillary Clinton's "abysmal record" on open government, advising voters to "think long and hard" about it before voting in the state's primary next week.... (more)


August 13, 2014
MICHELLE MALKIN — Wonder of wonders: The Washington press corps woke up. Finally, mainstream journalists are onto Barack Obama's game. Their breaking-news shocker? Turns out all that "hope and change" stuff was just hot air. A new report from the D.C.-based press shows that -- gasp -- the White House is infested with Beltway lobbyists.... (more)


April 1, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — With the insiders on the outs and the two major parties apparently on track to nominate candidates with unusually high negatives, a third lane to the White House may be opening up... (more)


August 13, 2014
DESERET NEWS — Impeachment has become a political ploy in today's rough-and-tumble Washington. Democrats are accusing Republicans of planning it against President Barack Obama. Many of these partisans then use that argument to energize a liberal base in pursuit of fundraising for midterm elections.... (more)


April 1, 2016
POLITICO — Donald Trump yanked the Republican Party toward a contested convention over the past 24 hours as he let rip an extraordinary series of statements on abortion, the Geneva Conventions, violence against women, and his own commitment to supporting the GOP presidential nominee that seemed to obliterate the notion that the party will unite behind him anytime soon.... (more)


April 1, 2016
NEWSMAX — Watching Donald Trump over the past week has been like seeing "a grown man deteriorate," veteran pollster John Zogby tells Newsmax TV. Zogby says Trump's increasingly controversial statements -- that women should be punished for illegal abortions and a refusal to rule out dropping a nuclear bomb on Europe -- have put his once unshakable campaign into a bit of a tailspin.... (more)


August 12, 2014
HUFFINGTON POST — Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.), the third highest-ranking Democrat in the House, predicted Monday that Republicans will impeach President Barack Obama if, as expected, they hold onto the House of Representatives after the November elections... (more)


April 1, 2016
NEW YORK TIMES — The danger signs are mounting for Donald J. Trump in Wisconsin: Right-wing radio hosts are flaying him, Gov. Scott Walker and other elected Republicans have endorsed Senator Ted Cruz, and a new poll showed Mr. Cruz with a 10-percentage-point lead in the state before Tuesday's primary.... (more)


August 12, 2014
JOSEPH FARAH — Now that House Speaker John Boehner has ruled out impeaching Barack Obama, what will Republicans do when he fulfills his promise to use executive orders to grant amnesty and work permits to millions of illegal aliens?... (more)


April 1, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — If Republicans honor their existing rules of the road this summer, the GOP is already looking at a two-horse race for president. That's the argument of Sen. Ted Cruz, who says the party's own convention protocols essentially mean that only he and Republican front-runner Donald Trump can even be considered for the nomination, with third-place candidate John Kasich and dark horse choices like House Speaker Paul D. Ryan already disqualified.... (more)


August 12, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY — After posing as dead terrorist Osama bin Laden and successfully crossing the U.S.-Mexico border without any trouble from the U.S. Border Patrol, investigative journalist and conservative activist James O'Keefe is demanding to know how President Obama plans to prevent actual terrorists hell-bent on attacking America from entering the country through its unsecured border.... (more)


August 12, 2014
BOB UNRUH — Jeanine Pirro, host of the Fox News show "Justice with Judge Jeanine," is warning President Obama the Islamic jihadists killing and threatening Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East are gunning for the U.S.... (more)


April 1, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — The Pentagon plans to transfer about a dozen more detainees from the Guantanamo detention facility in Cuba to at least two countries that have agreed to take them, a U.S. official said Wednesday. The first few of the transfers are expected in the next few days, and the rest will take place in the coming weeks, the official told Reuters.... (more)


August 12, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY — A Utah congressman wants to strip federal agencies of their paramilitary power, which is increasingly being used to intimidate American citizens, he says, destroying whatever small level of trust the people still have in their government.... (more)


March 31, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID — The real one percent, as opposed to the fake one percent touted by Bernie Sanders (I-VT), raised its ugly head in Georgia on Monday, when "conservative" Republican Governor Nathan Deal collapsed under pressure. He vetoed a bill respecting the freedom and rights of Christians and other religious believers who oppose the gay-rights agenda... (more)


August 11, 2014
ALAN KEYES — For the past several weeks, I've been thinking through and writing about the goal that comes first in the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution: "in order to form a more perfect union."... (more)


March 31, 2016
MONICA CROWLEY — Do Bill and Hillary Clinton sense a breakdown in whatever deal they may have struck with President Obama to protect her presidential ambitions? Is whatever negotiation they may have been conducting over her email server problem and any inside information she may have on him now imploding? Or have the Clintons "won" the negotiation with Mr. Obama, freeing them to hit him publicly to get her elected?... (more)


August 11, 2014
CLIFF KINCAID — With President Obama reluctantly acting on behalf of Christians in Iraq, in order to avert what he calls a potential "genocide," the United Nations is going through the motions of coming to grips with the nearly 40-year-old communist genocide in Cambodia. A U.N.-sponsored court has convicted two Cambodian communist leaders of crimes against humanity: Nuon Chea, 88, and Khieu Samphan, 83... (more)


March 31, 2016
NEWSMAX — A new Marquette Law School poll shows Texas Sen. Ted Cruz with a 10-point lead over Donald Trump among likely voters in Wisconsin's upcoming open primary election.... (more)


August 11, 2014
NEWSMAX — A rescue effort has freed 20,000 of the Yazidi refugees trapped on a mountain in northern Iraq and surrounded by ISIS forces, CNN reports, but thousands remain trapped with limited food and water supplies.... (more)


March 31, 2016
NATIONAL REVIEW — Is it just me, or has there been some notable distancing going on over the past week between Donald Trump's usually reliable cheerleaders in the conservative media and their guy?... (more)


August 11, 2014
SKY NEWS — Iraq militants have executed at least 500 Yazidi people, dumping their victims in mass graves across the north of the country, an official has said. There is "striking evidence" that Islamic State fighters, formerly known as ISIS, have buried some of their victims, including women and children, alive as they continue their bloody advance across Iraq, according to the human rights minister.... (more)


March 31, 2016
MONA CHAREN — In a year of floors falling away under one's feet (such as the assumption that nearly all Americans demand a minimal level of civility in public life), the Corey Lewandowski story represents one more gob smack. That Donald Trump stands by the belligerent Lewandowski tells us more of what we already knew about Trump, and also hints at the coward beneath the blowhard.... (more)


August 11, 2014
WORLDNETDAILY — It's called the "Blue Wall of Silence," and it goes up when police officers close ranks and seal their lips to protect their own. Critics say officials have erected a wall of silence around the details of the death of unarmed suburban mother Miriam Carey, who was shot five times, once in the head, three times in the back and once in the arm by federal authorities in the shadow of the nation's Capitol.... (more)


March 31, 2016
STEPHEN DINAN — Donald Trump threatened Wednesday to impose criminal punishment against women who seek abortions in violation of the law -- then recanted just hours later, as the GOP presidential front-runner continues to try to calibrate his stances with his new political party.... (more)