Inform Congress of the Facts – AR-15s ARE More Effective Against Rapists Than Whistles

WHY WOMEN ESPECIALLY NEED AR-15s Girl, 22, FLAYS Piers Morgan on Need for Semi-autos and High Capacity Magazines STOP FEINSTEIN’S UNCONSTITUTIONAL, UNCONSCIONABLE GUN BAN BILL! URGENT: Desperate diehard Democrats are chomping at the bit to grab our guns and are right now waging a war on women – except this time it’s on women’s constitutional […]

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Afghan War

U.S. Taxpayer Money to Be Spent on Website ‘Offering Messages of Hope’ for Afghanistan

(CNSNews.com) – The U.S. Embassy in Kabul plans to spend up to $250,000 in taxpayer money on the creation of a website that will allow people to show how “the Afghanistan of today has provided opportunities that didn’t exist before.” The stand-alone website — or dedicated YouTube channel — must give people in Afghanistan and […]

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Can Obama Kill You?

Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of the Obama administration’s assassination program is the fact that they simply refuse to address if they claim the authority to kill Americans on US soil without charge or trial. While they clearly claim the authority to kill Americans abroad without requiring any clear evidence based on secret meetings and a classified legal justification, they […]

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National ID Cards For All Americans

If President Obama, John McCain (R., AZ), Lindsey Graham (R., SC), Marco Rubio (R., FL), Lindsey Graham (R., SC.), Charles Schumer (D., NY.), Jeff Flake (R., AZ.), Michael Bennet (D., CO.), and implicated child molester Robert Menendez (D., N.J.), get their way, it will soon be law that if you want to board an airplane, […]

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On Washington’s Birthday, A Lesson in Self-Government

Album/Oronoz/Newscom With the generic Presidents’ Day (the holiday is, legally, still officially Washington’s Birthday, not Presidents’ Day) behind us, it is time to celebrate the actual birthday of George Washington. But is there anything original left to say, 281 years after America’s first President was born? Beyond the familiar tales of his heroic victories against […]

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Senator Chuck Hagel (R-NE)

Inhofe to Senate: Don’t Confirm Hagel

Pete Marovich/ZUMA Press/Newscom Senator James Inhofe (R–OK) has sent a letter urging members to vote against confirming former Senator Chuck Hagel (R–NE) for Defense Secretary. This letter follows on the heels of the letter from a group of 14 Senators urging President Obama to withdraw the nomination. The Senate returns from recess Monday, February 25, […]

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Senator Chuck Hagel (R-NE)

Chuck Hagel’s Military Service – Is It the Game-Changer?

Photo: Patsy Lynch/Polaris/Newscom President Obama’s Chief of Staff Denis McDonough recently said of former-Senator Chuck Hagel (R–NE), “I think he’ll be a great Defense Secretary. This is a guy who volunteered to go to Vietnam…heavily decorated when he was there, well performing when he was there, and everything since.” Members of the U.S. Senate, policy […]

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Ecuador’s Correa Contends for Anti-Liberty Leadership in Latin America

Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa (Photo: EFE) If cancer revokes President Hugo Chavez’s mandate for indefinite rule in Venezuela, it will leave leadership of the radical-left, anti-liberty Bolivarian Alliance (ALBA) in Latin America up for grabs. New faces will inevitably emerge. Chavez’s vice president, the uncharismatic Nicolas Maduro, will most likely runVenezuela in the near future, […]

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A BBC graphic shows the difference between the niqab and burqa

Philadelphia’s Burqa Crisis

by Daniel Pipes The Washington Times February 21, 2013 N.B.: The Washington Times title is “When burqas become accessories to crime: Criminals can hide behind Islamic garb” and it contains small differences from this version Philadelphia, the city where I live, has quietly and unassumedly become the capital of the Western world as regards female […]

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Georgia and Oklahoma Provide Cautionary Tale About Universal Preschool

Photo credit: Dan Harr / Splash News/Newscom As the Obama Administration attempts to move toward universal, taxpayer-funded preschool, policymakers should examine the experiences of states that have offered such programs for more than a decade. Both Georgia and Oklahoma have done so, but there is little evidence that taxpayers and children are benefiting. Universal Preschool […]

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