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The Muslim Brotherhood’s Useful Idiots and ‘Conservative’ Influence Operatives

Sunday, Feb, 13 at 12:26 pm,

Frank Gaffney – Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told Congress yesterday that the Muslim Brotherhood was a “heterogeneous, largely secular” organization that “eschewed violence” and “decried al Qaeda.” The ignorance exhibited in this statement has been widely and properly vilified.

George Soros, Nazi Obsessive

Sunday, Feb, 13 at 11:33 am,

Kyle-Anne Shiver – George Soros has a Nazi problem. I don’t say that lightly. In fact, I regard those who go around calling people Nazis without substantial verification of such an allegiance to be either without conscience or without strong mental moorings.

Obama's Drug Czar discusses Mexico's cartels and medical marijuana in wide-ranging interview

Friday, Feb, 11 at 12:05 pm,

Gil Kerlikowske looks exhausted. The Seattle police chief-turned-drug czar is facing a litany of issues du jour (bath salts, pill mills) as well as more long-term challenges, like Mexico’s cartels and a tenacious and growing alliance of drug-law reformers in the U.S. Before the month is over, Kerlikowske will tour Appalachia to meet with state and city leaders about the prescription pill crisis and make his eighth trip to the Mexico border. The Daily Caller caught up with him this week to discuss drug policy. Our interview follows.

Obama Must Go

Wednesday, Feb, 09 at 11:03 am,

David Solway – The worst possible president at the worst possible time. Delivering a speech at the National Prayer Breakfast on February 4, 2010, President Obama twice referred to a Navy corpsman as a “corpse-man,” a solecism he had made before. Those familiar with the president’s penchant for getting things wrong would not have been surprised.

Why the Black Panther Case Matters

Friday, Feb, 04 at 9:31 am,

Holder team tramples civil rights — by enforcing left-wing view that civil rights law exists only to protect certain minorities, the heck with everyone else.

Egypt now fears Obama a 'Manchurian President'

Thursday, Feb, 03 at 10:36 am,

'They are trying to understand why he is acting against U.S. interests' Top members of the Egyptian government say they feel betrayed by President Obama, charging that he is acting against American interests.

The Politics of Saving 'Granny'

Thursday, Feb, 03 at 9:57 am,

KARL ROVE – Alice Rivlin and Paul Ryan have a bipartisan plan.. ObamaCare has recently been dealt three body blows. Speaker John Boehner pushed a bill to repeal it through the House. GOP leader Mitch McConnell will get to put Senate Democrats on record with a vote on repeal as well. And this week, U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson declared the law unconstitutional.

Ronald Reagan's America by Jeffrey Lord

Wednesday, Feb, 02 at 10:37 am,

Obama's socialist fantasy shattered as Centennial birthday arrives. With every passing minute of every passing day, the truth Ronald Reagan long ago understood is once more emerging from the political fog.

Carter and Iran and now Obama and Egypt!

Saturday, Jan, 29 at 7:38 pm,

Reports that the Obama Administration may be secretly backing the protests in Egypt is troubling on several levels. First, there is the obvious fact that no one can ultimately direct and control social protests. Once they begin, they can quickly spin out of control.

Obama and the Bodysnatchers

Thursday, Jan, 27 at 10:56 am,

Ben Stein – My pal, a frequent Spectator contributor and a super smart guy, Aram Bakshian, summed it up perfectly after Barack Obama's State of the Union address. "Obama does not seem like a leader anymore," he said.

What Obama Didn't Mention in His SOTU Speech

Wednesday, Jan, 26 at 11:10 am,

Richard Pollock – Climate change? Osama bin Laden? The housing crisis? (Also read "SOTU reax" and "One way to save money: abolish the SOTU" at the Tatler.)

The Speaker’s Opportunity Box

Tuesday, Jan, 25 at 12:28 pm,

This week is National School Choice Week and that’s not lost on Speaker of the House John Boehner, as he prepares for tomorrow night’s State of the Union Address.

Is President Obama Shifting Right, or Being Shifty?

Tuesday, Jan, 25 at 12:22 pm,

Dan Miller – He's playing both ends against the middle. Nuts? Don't bet on it. Has President Obama had a miraculous Paul of Tarsus like conversion while traveling his own road to Damascus? A true Obama moment? According to Rasmussen, his favorable vs. unfavorable ratings have been in the positive range. The country is broke and getting broker by the minute, but so what?

SOTU is Weak, So to Speak

Tuesday, Jan, 25 at 11:07 am,

Dem Sen. Warner says Obama must convey reality that we must 'take on the size and role of government'

No Limbaugh, no Savage, no Hannity. Who's keynoting CPAC?

Tuesday, Jan, 25 at 10:29 am,

Rush Limbaugh won't be there. Michael Savage won't be there. Sean Hannity won't be there. The biggest annual gathering of conservatives, the Conservative Political Action Conference, is going to be missing some familiar headliners following a string of questionable decisions by the host organization, the American Conservative Union.

John Stuart Mill, The BNP, And The U.K.’s Dying Democracy

Saturday, Jan, 22 at 12:41 pm,

Sean Gabb – For over a year now, I have been writing for VDARE.com about the British National Party (BNP), the main British/ white nationalist organization in the United Kingdom. The essence of my reports: the BNP faces a wall of media bias and legal and administrative persecution that put its survival in doubt.

The Return of the Axis of Evil

Wednesday, Jan, 19 at 12:20 pm,

Michael Ledeen – Our enemies are organizing a global alliance against us. Obama’s getting kicked around from Lebanon to China, but nobody seems to notice the pattern. Why shouldn’t we think that the near-simultaneous attacks — China’s humiliation of Defense Secretary Bob Gates, and Hezbollah’s (that is to say, Iran’s) takedown of the Lebanese government — were coordinated? Or do you believe that the remarkable simultaneity of the events is sheer happenstance?

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