by Alan M. Dershowitz February 25, 2011 at 1:17 pm
Bipartisanship apparently goes only so far in the White House.
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by Mary Jo Pitzl - Feb. 22, 2011 12:00 AM The Arizona Republic
At first, the banquet audience at the 38th annual Conservative Political Action Conference paid Mitch Daniels , Indiana's Republican governor, the conventional compliment of frequently, almost reflexively, interrupting his address with applause.
Christian girl aged 2 1 / 2 raped then left to die for the greater glory of Allah.
Conservative leaders and activists, in Washington this week for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, should be full of enthusiasm and hope, given the midterm election victories.
Human Events Blog The freshman congressman from Idaho, Raul Labrador, spoke with HUMAN EVENTS editor Jason Mattera following his speech Thursday morning– the opening day of CPAC 2011. Rep. Labrador is a man who is excited not only to serve the people of his district, but is highly focused on cutting spending and getting the nation’s fiscal house back in order. Click the player below to watch the brief interview:
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Hoover Institution fellow Shelby Steele writes that after the 1960s, "[v]ictimization became so rich a vein of black power—even if it was only the power to 'extract' reforms ... from the larger society—that it was allowed not only to explain black fate but to explain it totally." A black conservative, Steele says, "is a black who dissents from the victimization explanation of black fate ... when it is made the main theme of group identity and the raison d’être of a group politics."
Posted on February 8, 2011
By Chuck Colson | Published Date: February 11, 2013 Taking Apart a Worldview
Vol. 24, No. 3 Although a December 2010 Gallup survey found nearly three-fourths of Americans (74%) now approve of Ronald Reagan's administration, the national news media have never shared the public's positive view of our 40th President. This special commemorative edition of Notable Quotables , timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of Reagan's birth, documents journalists' often hostile attitude toward the man, his policies and his legacy. "Oppressed" By Reagan's "Greed and Hard-Heartedness"
NAACP won’t directly address racism leveled against Clarence Thomas at progressive protest « The Daily Caller – Breaking News, Opinion, Research, and EntertainmentThe NAACP won’t directly address the racism displayed by progressive protesters outside a summit hosted by billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch at the end of January in Palm Springs, Calif., but the organization did call for an end to all “vitriolic language.”