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December 19, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — The Supreme Court has carved out March 26-28 to hear challenges to President Obama's Affordable Care Act, announcing Monday that it will hear oral arguments over the three-day period... (more)

December 18, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH — If you were channel surfing last Wednesday night, you might have caught a trifecta of WND-bashing and Farah-faulting. Let's start at the bottom of the media barrel -- Keith Olbermann on Al Gore's Current TV. I'm not just "the worst person in the world," a distinction I earned numerous times on Olbermann's old MSNBC show before he was righteously fired... (more)

December 18, 2011
MICHELLE MALKIN — As a rueful Queen Elizabeth once said of a particularly rough year for the royal family, 2011 is "not a year on which" Queen Nancy Pelosi "shall look back with undiluted pleasure." The former House Speaker relinquished her crown -- er, gavel -- in January. It's been an epic downhill ski crash ever since... (more)

December 18, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani, the Iranian Christian cleric facing death for the crime of apostasy against an Islamic faith he never held, has been given a temporary stay of execution. Iran's top judge, Ayatollah Sadegh Larijani, instructed presiding Judge Ghazi Kashani to delay carrying out capital punishment for a year in order to give time for Mr. Nadarkhani to recant Christianity and become a Muslim... (more)

December 18, 2011
ROBERT KNIGHT — Is it racist to require people to show a photo ID when they vote? You need a photo ID for nearly any meaningful transaction, such as cashing checks, including government checks. If this simple requirement "suppresses" the vote, maybe we need to ask why it's such a great idea to push for universal suffrage for every adult who is merely breathing... (more)

December 18, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — Frequent travelers know better than anyone that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) needs serious reform. The agency spends $7.7 billion in taxpayer money every year, and it hasn't nabbed a single terrorist... (more)

December 18, 2011
CNSNEWS.COM — While President Barack Obama has focused his rhetoric in recent weeks on depicting a reckless Wall Street and insufficiently taxed "millionaires and billionaires" as threats to the American middle class, a newly released Gallup poll indicates that Americans apparently have been coming to a different conclusion during Obama's presidency... (more)

December 17, 2011
DAVID LIMBAUGH — "We hold these Truths to be self-evident . . ." What truths? What has happened to our passion for liberty? I am concerned that we conservatives, instead of making our case as fearless champions of liberty, are too often on the defensive, preoccupied with trying to prove we aren't the demons the left says we are... (more)

December 17, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY — Buried within an 1,844-page bill currently sitting on Barack Obama's desk awaiting his signature is text that many critics are warning could give the president legal authority to send Americans to jail without charges, without trial, without end... (more)

December 17, 2011
JOSEPH FARAH — Did you hear about Barack Obama's Defense Department characterizing the execution-style shooting slayings of 13 and wounding of 29 at Fort Hood in 2009 by a crazed Islamist Army officer as "workplace violence"? It's no joke. This administration is certifiably insane -- from the top down... (more)

December 17, 2011
NEWSMAX — Members of Congress saw the light and heeded Americans' pleas today as House Republicans saved powerful incandescent light bulbs from the scrapheap. "It's a little ray of sunshine, of natural light," Texas Rep. Michael Burgess, a Republican who had led the fight against the ban, told Newsmax... (more)

December 17, 2011
NEWSMAX — Members of Mitt Romney's own church are casting doubts on his claims that he had to use a bucket as a toilet and lived a life of poverty as a Mormon missionary in Paris... (more)

December 17, 2011
MARK STEYN — Christmas in America is a season of time-honored traditions -- the sacred performance of the annual ACLU lawsuit over the presence of an insufficiently secular "holiday" tree; the ritual provocations of the atheist displays licensed by pitifully appeasing municipalities to sit between the menorah and the giant Frosty the Snowman... (more)

December 16, 2011
NEWSMAX — Texas Rep. Ron Paul said Thursday he has "no intention" of running for president as a third-party candidate if he does not get the Republican presidential nomination. When pressed, however, he shied away from saying his decision was "absolute," although he clarified he "cannot conceive of it"... (more)

December 15, 2011
JOHN HAYWARD — The Obama 2012 campaign will be a profoundly moralistic enterprise. Its practical components have recently been field-tested. The President himself turned up on "60 Minutes" last weekend to unveil the latest updated version of his "Blame Bush" strategy, in which the horrible numbers swirling around his moribund economy are actually the fault of his predecessor... (more)

December 15, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — Imagine China without the Communist Party. The people of one Chinese fishing village have made that a reality. Earlier this week, mobs of angry villagers chased communist officials and police out of Wukan, a coastal town of 20,000 in southeastern China. A dispute had been simmering for months with party bosses after a series of land seizures... (more)

December 15, 2011
ASSOCIATED PRESS — The Department of Homeland Security is cutting ties with Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, who is accused of a wide range of civil right violations, effectively stripping him of the ability to enforce immigration laws... (more)

December 14, 2011
NATIONAL REVIEW — A hard-fought presidential primary campaign is obscuring the uncharacteristic degree of unity within the Republican party. It has reached a conservative consensus on most of the pressing issues of the day. All of the leading candidates, and almost all of the lagging ones, support the right to life... (more)

December 14, 2011
PHILIP KLEIN — A series of recent polls suggest that Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, has emerged as a real threat to win in Iowa, despite his controversial foreign policy views. One survey, by Public Policy Polling, finds him within one point of front-runner Newt Gingrich... (more)

December 14, 2011
WASHINGTON TIMES — The U.S. military's fast-approaching Dec. 31 exit from Iraq, which has no way to defend its airspace, puts Israel in a better place strategically to strike Iran's nuclear facilities. Iraq has yet to assemble a force of jet fighters, and since the shortest route for Israeli strike fighters to Iran is through Iraqi airspace, observers conclude that the U.S. exit makes the Jewish state's mission planning a lot easier... (more)

December 14, 2011
PETER LEMISKA — Not long ago, Herman Cain was a clear favorite to win the Republican nomination for President. He was seen as a likeable, yet savvy businessman and a bold straight-talker, a welcome relief from the life-long denizens of D.C., who care more about their own political futures than the future of the country... (more)

December 14, 2011
WORLDNETDAILY — An adviser to Barack Obama who played a key role in developing the energy provisions of the so-called stimulus bill has served on the boards of several companies that recently received government funds, including hundreds of millions in "stimulus" money... (more)

December 14, 2011
EMILY MILLER — Taxes for everyone are set to go up on New Year's Day, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid won't allow a vote to keep this from happening. Nine of the 12 annual appropriations bills expire on Friday night, and the Nevada Democrat refuses to bring them up for a vote, leaving open the possibility of a partial government shutdown... (more)

December 14, 2011
NEWSMAX — House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa warns that a proposed Internet anti-piracy bill would give Attorney General Eric Holder widespread power to police the Web. The proposal retains "the fundamental flaws of its predecessor by blocking Americans' ability to access websites... (more)

December 14, 2011
NEWSMAX — Polls showing Newt Gingrich strongly ahead of Mitt Romney in the Republican presidential race continue to pour in. The latest: A Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey finds former House Speaker Gingrich leading former Massachusetts Gov. Romney 40 percent to 23 percent among likely GOP voters. That's the biggest lead any candidate has held in the poll this year... (more)


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