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October 23, 2011
MICHAEL BARONE Religious faith is a source of strength in many people's lives. But religious faith when taken too far can prove ludicrous -- or disastrous. On Oct. 22, 1844, thousand of Millerites, having sold all their possessions, climbed to the top of hills in Upstate New York to await the return of Jesus and the end of the world... (more)


December 31, 2013
ERICK ERICKSON I have a great ability to make the mundane controversial on twitter. Tonight I mentioned that I'm largely in agreement with Anglican theologian N.T. Wright's view of what happens to people who run away from God. In essence, they lose their humanity. They are only brought back with love and the Gospel.... (more)


October 23, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Love him or hate him, Ron Paul, a Republican congressman from Texas and a candidate for the GOP nomination, deserves commendation for his determination to put the Federal Reserve Board under the national political microscope... (more)


December 31, 2013
WASHINGTON TIMES Shortly after "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts publicly announced she was gay on Facebook, first lady Michelle Obama and White House adviser Valerie Jarrett tweeted to voice their support.... (more)


October 23, 2011
EMILY MILLER More than a trillion dollars in U.S. corporate profit sits around the globe, just waiting for a good reason to come home. With the most anti-business tax system in the developed world, the United States encourages companies doing business offshore to leave their profits overseas... (more)


October 23, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH After five years of being held hostage by Hamas terrorists in Gaza, Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit has been freed. But the cost for that freedom was high. How high?... (more)


December 31, 2013
WASHINGTON TIMES The year 2013 ends with higher taxes, more spending and a stagnant economy. The promise of "hope and change" remains as elusive as ever and likely will stay that way until voters give Washington new marching orders in the 2014 midterm elections.... (more)


October 23, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES Politicians and realtors want to maintain a permanent government occupation of the housing market. If the hippies clogging the streets of major cities had any integrity for their cause, they'd speak out against mortgage lending practices that stick taxpayers with the bills when banks make bad loans. On Thursday night, the Senate voted 60-38 to do more of the same... (more)


December 31, 2013
DAVID KEENE Basically, we Americans are a practical rather than an ideological people. We are interested in what's right, but almost obsessed with what works. The two district court decisions that greeted us this Christmas on the constitutionality and practical utility of the National Security Agency's continuing drive to collect all available information on each of us reflects this difference.... (more)


October 23, 2011
NEWSMAX Illinois's state child welfare agency -- already embroiled in a scandal for administering psychotropic drugs to children -- is moving to transfer children from Catholic orphanages and dioceses because of a new gay civil unions bill... (more)


December 31, 2013
WESLEY PRUDEN Transparency, the current vogue word for truth-telling, is usually a good thing, unless you're trying to fool all the people some of the time, like spending 7,000 words to resurrect a fairy tale in Benghazi, all to give a helping hand to a lady in distress.... (more)


October 22, 2011
NEWSMAX President Barack Obama is shredding the U.S. Constitution faster than any of the 42 men who preceded him in office, according to Fox News judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano, author of the brand new "It is Dangerous to be Right when the Government is Wrong"... (more)


December 31, 2013
WASHINGTON TIMES Nearly 16 months after deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic outpost and CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya, the details about the perpetrators, their tactics and their motives continue to get spun, bounced and reinterpreted like a political pingpong ball.... (more)


October 21, 2011
MEDIAITE On Wednesday, Herman Cain sat down with CNN's Piers Morgan to discuss his stance on a variety of issues. And it would appear that, where abortion is concerned, Cain is "anti-abortion in all cases," yet "pro-choice." Interesting, yes?... (more)


December 31, 2013
AARON KLEIN The New York Times reporter who authored the paper's investigation into the Sept. 11, 2012, Benghazi attack contradicted his own reporting about the security situation leading up to the assault at the U.S. special mission, WND has learned.... (more)


October 21, 2011
LONDON DAILY MAIL The final bloody moments of Muammar Gaddafi's life were still shrouded in confusion today as conflicting reports emerged about who fired the shot that actually killed him... (more)


October 20, 2011
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST Not a single vote has been cast in the Republican presidential primary. Not one. Yet, the Republican Party establishment has decided for us that Mitt Romney is the 2012 anointed one. Why? Well, he's a veteran campaigner, or he has become a household name. Or some variation that leads to the bottom-line rationale that "It's his turn"... (more)


December 31, 2013
FRANK GAFFNEY This nation's Founders had a special role in mind for the media in the constitutional arrangements they carefully constructed. It was to provide a fourth source of checks and balances on the potential abuse of power by the three branches of government, by virtue of journalists' independence and, if assured freedom of the press, their ability to expose and, thereby, to counter overreaching presidents, legislators or courts.... (more)


October 20, 2011
CHARLES BABINGTON The Republican presidential candidates tore into each other as never before in their latest debate, mindful that voting starts within 11 weeks and many GOP voters remain up for grabs... (more)


December 31, 2013
BREITBART The number of law-enforcement officers killed by firearms in 2013 fell to levels not seen since the days of the Wild West, according to a report released Monday.... (more)


October 19, 2011
NEWSMAX Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney had his "worst debate" of the campaign Tuesday night, while Texas Gov. Rick Perry appeared more "energetic and passionate" than ever, Sean Hannity said on his radio show today... (more)


December 31, 2013
AP Egyptian state security prosecutors interrogated a team of journalists working for Al-Jazeera's English channel Monday a day after they were arrested in Cairo, a security official said Monday.... (more)


October 19, 2011
WASHINGTON EXAMINER President Obama is a bailout-backer who set records for raising cash from the financial sector. During his administration the revolving door between Wall Street and the government has spun as fast as ever... (more)


December 31, 2013
DAILY MAIL They went in search evidence of the world's melting ice caps, but instead a team of climate scientists have been forced to abandon their mission ... because the Antarctic ice is thicker than usual at this time of year.... (more)


October 19, 2011
NEWSMAX The GOP could face a revolt from within its tea party grassroots base if it nominates an establishment candidate without true conservative, anti-big government values, one of America's leading conservative pundits tells Newsmax.TV in an exclusive interview... (more)