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    February 11, 2014

    GOP Lives to Fight another Delay

    Most people have seen the movie Groundhog Day -- and now, thanks to ObamaCare, they're living it! Every morning, Americans are waking up to the same health care headlines: another day, another delay. For voters, who have watched this same scenario play out for three years like a bad rerun, the President's constitutional contempt is almost routine. ... (more)

    February 10, 2014

    Marriage: To Have and to Holder

    When Attorney General Eric Holder went to the Human Rights Campaign's gala on Saturday, he didn't come empty-handed. The country's chief law enforcement officer, who headlined the New York bash, spent a good portion of his 20-minute speech celebrating the latest injustice at the Department of Justice: a sweeping set of new benefits for same-sex ... (more)

    February 07, 2014

    At Prayer Breakfast, a Helping of Hypocrisy

    It's a shame there weren't any mirrors in the ballroom of the Washington Hilton when President Obama spoke at yesterday's National Prayer Breakfast. He might have been forced to look into one when he spoke about the value of religious liberty, life, and human dignity. For the 3,500 in the audience, the President's remarks seemed almost surreal in ... (more)

    February 06, 2014

    The Science of the Lambs

    "It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, but the glory of kings is to search out a matter." Every time I read that verse from Proverbs I think of the kids' magazine Highlights that I used to read in the dentist's office. My only interest in the magazine was the hidden picture puzzles where you had to discover the objects hidden within the ... (more)

    February 05, 2014

    Nice Work If You Can Quit It...

    Selling ObamaCare may be a tough job -- but it's one of the few the law hasn't killed. Work hasn't exactly been easy to come by under this administration, but it's nothing compared to the employment famine headed America's way courtesy of the Affordable Care Act. Yesterday, the Congressional Budget Office -- the government's nonpartisan ... (more)

    February 04, 2014

    Federal Educa-shun: Common Core's Growing Resistance

    The cheerleaders of Common Core didn't do themselves any favors during last Friday's education roundtable at the far-Left Center for American Progress (CAP). The event, which was supposed to help drum up support for the President's hugely controversial classrooms standards, only gave Americans greater cause for concern. Unfortunately for the White ... (more)

    February 03, 2014

    Sunday's Super Brawl: Obama v. O'Reilly

    If you thought the Super Bowl was rough, you should have seen the pregame. President Obama squared off against Bill O'Reilly for a match-up that proved a lot more spirited than the actual game. Two hours before kick-off, O'Reilly and Obama sparred over a range of topics -- from the White House's missteps on everything from ObamaCare and the IRS to ... (more)

    January 31, 2014

    Cheerios Tweet Exposes Left's Cereal Hypocrisy

    If there's a national shortage of apology cards, blame MSNBC. Even if the network actually cared about news, executives wouldn't have time for it with all the mea culpas the company is pumping out. Following a daily pattern of offend-rinse-repeat, MSNBC is becoming the place where personal attacks aren't just tolerated -- but encouraged. The ... (more)

    January 30, 2014

    Bolder than Holder: Cruz Demands Answers from DOJ

    For once, Eric Holder is conducting an investigation instead of being the subject of one. Even that's proving to be a tall task for the U.S. Attorney General, whose agency can't seem to put aside its political motives long enough to give conservatives a fair shake. And while accountability isn't exactly the motto of this Justice Department, ... (more)

    January 29, 2014

    State of Exclusion

    When President Obama mapped out his agenda last night, there was one thing missing: Congress. "I'm eager to work with all of you," he told a full chamber, only to spend the next hour explaining how he planned to avoid them. "America does not stand still -- and neither will I," the President vowed. "So wherever and whenever I can take steps without ... (more)

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