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    March 07, 2014

    First Down for Religious Freedom

    In the clash between football analyst Craig James and Fox Sports Southwest, score one for religious liberty! The former star and broadcaster, who was fired for his mainstream views on marriage after a single day on the job, is handing off to the Texas Workforce Commission. Yesterday, Craig's attorneys at Liberty Institute delivered the good news ... (more)


    March 06, 2014

    A Slow Lerner

    It wasn't what Lois Lerner said at yesterday's House hearing that incriminated her -- but what she didn't. For the second time, the former head of the IRS's tax-exempt division pled the Fifth Amendment, dodging the tough questions about the agency's discrimination against conservative and Christian groups. Government Oversight and Reform Chair ... (more)


    March 04, 2014

    Wait Watchers: Insurers in Holding Pattern after Delay

    If you like your Dems, you can keep them! That seems to be the motivation behind the ObamaCare delay du jour, which would help the President's party dodge some of the health care backlash at the ballot box. Like the last 29 ObamaCare deferrals, insiders say the new announcement is designed to give liberals cover heading into the midterm elections. ... (more)


    March 03, 2014

    A Brave News World for Religious Freedom

    In 400 years, America may not look the same to the first settlers -- but the battles it wages certainly would. Even after four centuries, true religious freedom is as scarce today as it was when the pilgrims stepped onto the ship that would carry them to the new world. The only difference is, the threats to that idea come not from a foreign power ... (more)


    February 28, 2014

    My Brother's Keeper -- or Big Brother's Keeper?

    Fortunately for President Obama, there is one job where his approval ratings are soaring: fatherhood. Bitter policy debates aside, the dad-in-chief has been from the public's perspective a good role model where it counts -- at home. We may disagree the views he's instilling in his daughters, but in a society as broken as ours, we applaud the fact ... (more)


    February 27, 2014

    Error-zona: Brewer Ditches Facts to Save Face

    At 680 words, Arizona's SB 1062 didn't take a yeoman's effort to read. But it was an effort, unfortunately, that few people bothered to make. If they had, the debate over the state's religious liberty measure would have been met by more yawns than pitchforks. Instead, Arizona's innocent attempt to tweak a law once embraced by the likes of Ted ... (more)


    February 26, 2014

    Stop! In the Name of Gov

    When Jan Brewer flew back from Washington yesterday, the Arizona Governor had plenty to think about during the four-hour trip. Even 1,900 miles away in D.C., the Governor had a difficult time avoiding the questions about Arizona's bitter debate over religious liberty. Now, with just two days to make a decision, the spotlight is squarely on Brewer ... (more)


    February 25, 2014

    Discrimination Is in the Eye of the E. Holder

    There are few people less qualified to give career advice than Attorney General Eric Holder. But that didn't stop the first sitting Cabinet member ever to be held in contempt of Congress from delivering a lesson in lawlessness to the states. On the eve of the National Association of Attorneys General conference, Holder -- a five-year case study in ... (more)


    February 24, 2014

    FCC Study Sticks out like Soros Thumb

    The FCC's newsroom crackdown may have come as a surprise to other Americans -- but not George Soros. The Left's media financier may have had more to do with the controversial study than even the Federal Communication Commission initially realized. While conservatives and broadcasters celebrated the announcement that the FCC was throwing in the ... (more)


    February 21, 2014

    American Pai: FCC Chair Fights off Gov't Snoops

    This is America, not communist China -- but you wouldn't know it by the latest report on the FCC. First the government was spying on people's calls -- now the White House thinks it should make the call on whether the media is operating the way the administration rarely does: objectively. In a story that's exploding across the internet, the Federal ... (more)


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