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    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)

    February 20, 2014

    Farmers among Common Core De-Tractors

    People aren't just having a cow over Common Core -- they're selling them off in protest! In Alabama, one rancher felt so strongly about the President's education takeover that he offered to donate cattle to fund an anti-Common Core townhall. And he isn't the only one with hard (herd?) feelings. People from across the political and academic ... (more)

    February 19, 2014

    Numb and Numbers: Sebelius Keeps up Health Care Spin

    If denial were an Olympic sport, the Obama administration would have a gold-medal team. In the latest ObamaCare numbers charade, Kathleen Sebelius tries to persuade skeptical reporters that the health care law won't drive down employment. Tell that to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). Obviously, legislation isn't the only thing liberals don't ... (more)

    February 18, 2014

    An Officer, but Not a Gentleman...

    After more than a decade of war, the military is combating a new threat: ethics violations. It seems U.S. officers aren't just taking fire -- they're being fired for record cases of misconduct. The Associated Press furrowed plenty of brows with the news that the military's character problems start at the top, as internal investigations have caught ... (more)

    February 17, 2014

    Romney Gives Marriage Reinforce Mitt

    Mitt Romney may not be running for president again, but there is one issue he's still campaigning for -- marriage. The former governor, who was criticized for not doing more to try to stop the Massachusetts Supreme Court from imposing same-sex "marriage" on his state, is not mincing words. With state amendments being attacked one-by-one in the era ... (more)

    February 13, 2014

    Kentucky Fried Constitution

    It may be National Marriage Week, but the federal bench has a funny way of celebrating it. In courtrooms from Kentucky to Nevada, democracy is taking a beating from activist judges anxious to put their stamp on the march toward same-sex "marriage." Bluegrass voters were the latest ones caught in the undertow, as a surge of amendment challenges ... (more)

    February 12, 2014

    Beyond Belief: The World of the Persecuted Church

    Habila Adamu will never be a household name in America -- but to the millions of persecuted Christians in Eastern Africa, he is a symbol of the fierce courage it takes to live by faith in the face of death. Fourteen months ago, the Nigerian businessman was at home when two masked gunman showed up at his door and ordered his wife to leave. We're ... (more)

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