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    May 27, 2014

    Scrambled Regs Pushed off by IRS

    The Obama administration never met a rule it didn't want to postpone. But last week, the President finally delayed something we can all agree with. Leading up to the midterm elections, most people probably mistook the IRS as the Democrats' party headquarters. From stripping conservatives' tax-exempt status to disproportionately auditing tea party ... (more)

    May 23, 2014

    From Every Patriot Grave

    By Robert Morrison, FRC's Senior Fellow for Policy Studies Abraham Lincoln had no chance to prepare for war. He took the Oath of Office on March 4, 1861. In his Inaugural Address, the new president appealed for peace. He ended with this eloquent paean to patriotism. We are not enemies, but friends. We must not be enemies. Though passion may ... (more)

    May 22, 2014

    Internet Gambling Puts Governors at Odds

    Legalizing online gambling is an all or nothing proposition, even the American Gaming Association (AGA) knows this. Yesterday, the industry group representing the nation's casinos decided to withdraw its support of online gambling, citing differences between casino operators. They know from a strictly business perspective, online gambling would ... (more)

    May 21, 2014

    American Silence Has Sudan Impact

    The President's team can hardly afford another scandal, but that's exactly what they'll have on their hands if the U.S. State Department insists on ignoring the plight of an American family in Sudan. For three months, a young Christian wife -- now almost eight and a half months pregnant -- has been shackled in a Sudanese prison on death row. ... (more)

    May 20, 2014

    U.S. Vets Dying for Obama's Attention

    Nothing says "thanks for your service to our country" like serial abandonment. But that's the most some veterans can hope for under this administration, which may be at the heart of one of the worst cases of medical neglect America has ever seen. "We need a new sense of urgency," Barack Obama insisted back in 2007, on the hundreds of thousands of ... (more)

    May 19, 2014

    On Kreg's List, Real Conservatives Wanted

    The courts aren't the only ones making a judgment call on marriage -- so are American voters. And in the court of public opinion, the outcome isn't nearly as one-sided. With gavels striking down state amendments faster than you can say "judicial activism," most Americans haven't budged from their support of natural marriage. If anything, the more ... (more)

    May 16, 2014

    IRS Files Chapter Levin

    Judicial Watch wasn't too busy exposing the White House on Benghazi to let down its nets on another scandal: the IRS targeting ring. Late yesterday, the organization announced that it may have caught another big fish in its latest expedition. And according to emails, this week's catch comes direct from Lake Michigan: U.S. Senator Carl Levin (D). ... (more)

    May 15, 2014

    Science Friction Heats up D.C. Debate

    Liberals must like their science the way they like their ideology: full of inconsistencies. For years, the Left has treated truth like an endless buffet, picking and choosing what they want based on the debate du jour. They use "science" to prop up their environmental straw man -- but when it comes to human personhood or fetal pain, they're ... (more)

    May 14, 2014

    Idaho Ruling Hardly Small Potatoes

    If anyone can handle a political hot potato, it's Idaho. Still, that didn't make Tuesday's decision on marriage any easier for its deeply conservative voters, who unwillingly joined the parade of states overruled by the judicial elite. Reporters barely had time to exhale after Friday's Arkansas decision, when U.S. District Magistrate Judge Candy ... (more)

    May 13, 2014

    Reid's Senate in a World of Pain

    If you're wondering what Senate Democrats decided to give moms for Mother's Day, try dirty, unregulated abortion clinics. While conservatives fight to give women more protection, liberals are trying to send states back to the dark ages of health care. Their latest attempt, Sen. Richard Blumenthal's (D-Conn.) ridiculously named "Women's Health ... (more)

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