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    July 09, 2014

    American Idle: Reid Competes for Most Futile Senate Ever

    Being the "greatest deliberative body" in the world usually implies that you've done some deliberating. Not so for the U.S. Senate. While the Middle East, southern border, and economy implode, Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) seems perfectly content to coast along in the sea of futility. Occasionally, he'll drop anchor -- but just long enough to push a ... (more)


    July 08, 2014

    Obama's Immigration Fix Borders on Absurdity

    After six years of leaving America's borders wide open, a flood of migrant children are putting a face on the immigration crisis. Fifty-two thousand faces, to be exact. While kids from Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala stream across the border illegally, the holes aren't just apparent in our fences, but in the administration's agenda. For ... (more)


    July 07, 2014

    For Wheaton, a Supremely Gratifying Decision

    The Supreme Court's term may be over, but the debate certainly isn't. Four days after hanging up their robes for the summer, the justices made another splash on the HHS mandate -- this time, taking a bite out of the President's outrageous "compromise." Last year, when the backlash over the mandate was too much for the White House to handle, the ... (more)


    July 02, 2014

    The Declaration's Self-Evident Truths

    By FRC Senior Fellow Bob Morrison The enemy fleet was nearing Philadelphia. Many delegates to the Continental Congress knew that if they were arrested, they would be tried for treason against the British Crown. The punishment for treason was hanging, drawing and quartering. Massachusetts' Samuel Adams was not afraid. He moved that the ... (more)


    July 01, 2014

    Mad Libs: Dems Search for Words to Describe Outrage

    If you wanted to see fireworks in D.C., you didn't have to wait for July 4th. Yesterday's decision on the HHS mandate exploded on the media scene, lighting a fuse under the radicals of the Left. While most Americans watched with pleasure as a pillar of ObamaCare fell, liberals sulked at another loss for lawlessness. Democrats couldn't fire off ... (more)


    June 30, 2014

    Businesses Get a Second Opinion on Health Care

    The Executive Branch has plenty of powers, but picking and choosing who can exercise their faith isn't one of them. That was never clearer than today, when the U.S. Supreme Court delivered one of its most significant rulings upholding religious liberty in a generation. Almost two years to the day of leaving the President's health care law intact, ... (more)


    June 27, 2014

    It's the ENDA the Line for Contractors

    After 30 days of nonstop, in-your-face celebration, the White House is capping off “gay pride” month with its biggest gift yet. Next Monday, the pot of gold at the end of this President’s rainbow is an executive order giving special workplace benefits to the sexually confused. For the far-Left, it caps off a long fight to get the ... (more)


    June 26, 2014

    Recess No Playground for Obama

    President Obama may blow by Congress to get his way, but he doesn’t have that luxury with the U.S. Supreme Court. That much was clear today in the first of two major decisions (Hobby Lobby being the other) that could leave a lasting mark on his final term. The initial blow came earlier this morning, when all nine justices blasted the White ... (more)


    June 24, 2014

    Meriam on Standby

    Just when it looked like Sudanese mother Meriam Ibrahim and her two children would finally be free from the grip of injustice, they were snatched back into the clutches of the Sudanese authorities, who detained them when they arrived at an airport to leave Sudan today. Sources close to the situation told me that Sudanese officials claimed they ... (more)


    June 23, 2014

    America: Land of the Freed?

    Maya Ibrahim turns one month old this week, and a Sudanese court is giving the newborn quite a present: her freedom. After months of uncertainty, Maya's mom, Meriam, may finally be introducing her young daughter to life outside Khartoum's suffocating prison walls. The tiny family, which had been subjected to the worst of conditions inside the ... (more)


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