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Obama’s Medicaid Cuts Add Cost in Kansas

Friday, April 23rd, 2010 - by Patrick Richardson

"In-home services" are much cheaper than residential nursing homes. But the federal law requires nursing home payments. So in the name of "cost savings," the elderly get much more expensive care — or die waiting for service.

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Wilsonian Internationalism Reborn

Friday, April 23rd, 2010 - by Herbert London

It's as naive a vision today as it was 90 years ago when the world was a lot less dangerous.

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Supreme Court Voids Animal-Cruelty Law on First Amendment Grounds

Friday, April 23rd, 2010 - by Julia Szabo

Justice Alito dissents? Yes, Virginia, there are pro-animal people on both sides of the aisle.

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Is a Bailout Backlash Building?

Friday, April 23rd, 2010 - by Will Collier

The issue of fairness toward those who play by the rules and are prudent in their financial transactions may bubble to the surface during the midterm elections.

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Israelis, Funding Israel’s Destruction

Friday, April 23rd, 2010 - by Moshe Dann

Revelations about anti-Israel NGOs funded by the New Israel Fund and the Peres Center for Peace are the tip of the iceberg.

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Islamic Homosexual Pederasty and Afghanistan’s ‘Dancing Boys’

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 - by Phyllis Chesler

A Frontline documentary reveals that homosexual pederasty accompanies extreme gender apartheid in an extreme way.

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This Earth Day, Thank Big Oil

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 - by Alex Epstein

What about the benefits of oil? (And check out PJTV: Earth Day at 40: Has it Become a Pro-Nature Movement or an Anti-Industrial Religion?)

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SEIU and the ‘Cheapest Emotional Denominator’

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 - by Bernard Chapin

To an Alinskyite, “the end justifies almost any means” and an additional 12 million votes could usher in permanent Democrat majorities in both houses of Congress. What happens thereafter to the nation’s social fabric and our treasury is merely collateral damage.

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Why Is the L.A. Times Burying the Obama/Khalidi Tape?

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 - by Roger L Simon

2010's answer to the Pentagon Papers or another Al Capone's vault? If the Rashid Khalidi videotape exonerates Obama, the Times should be anxious to publish it. If it doesn’t, they've done a public service. Here's how we can give them a nudge.

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Astroturf: On Heels of Failed ‘Coffee Party,’ It’s ‘The Other 95%’

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 - by Bob Owens

Another engineered movement led by an angry radical and posing as a moderate alternative to the tea party movement.

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Will Obama’s Goldman Sachs Attack Expose Al Gore? Or Other Dems?

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 - by Richard Pollock

The SEC civil charges against Goldman Sachs challenge a firm with ties to many Democrats, including Al Gore and the entire carbon trading establishment.

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Rules for Republicans

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 - by Clayton E. Cramer

Want your country back? Learn from our mistakes and be proactive.

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Bigots to the Left of Me, Dingbats on the Right

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 - by Tom Blumer

Leftists have run out of arguments, while establishment Republicans in Ohio and elsewhere are running out of brains.

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North Korea’s Kim Jong Il a Fashion Bug

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 - by Andie Brownlow

The Dear Leader not only is starting a fashion craze, but his lavish lifestyle has become the envy of the haute cuisine set.

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"Assistant State’s Attorney Julie Drake said the sentence was compassionate but fair."

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

blockquotea href=”http://www.comcast.net/articles/news-national/20100421/US.Child.Slain.Cult/”A woman who starved her 1-year-old son to death/a at the behest of a religious cult leader was given a sentence Wednesday that won’t require her to serve any more jail time.br /br /Ria Ramkissoon, 23, pleaded guilty last year to child abuse resulting in the death of Javon Thompson. She admitted denying food and water to the 16-month-old child when he did not say “Amen” before a meal. Javon wasted away over the course of a week before his heart stopped beating.br /br /Baltimore Circuit Judge Timothy J. Doory suspended the balance of Ramkissoon’s 20-year sentence and ordered her to report to a residential treatment facility for young women. The treatment program includes Bible study, and Ramkissoon will be required to complete the program, which doesn’t have a specified length, before she can live on her own….br /br /Assistant State’s Attorney Julie Drake said the sentence was compassionate but fair.br /br /”The state has always seen her as something of a victim in this case,” Drake said.br /br /Doory reminded Ramkissoon that she would have to live with knowing she was partly responsible for Javon’s death, but added, “You were misled and did not do this with any ill will to your son.”/blockquotebr /br /Can you imagine the sentence if the defendant was a man and had starved span style=”font-style:italic;”his/span child to death? Would the judge feel all compassionate and think that a man could be brainwashed by a cult into killing his kid? Of course not.br /br /The judge recognized that this woman was responsible in part for killing her child but he (probably due to his chivalry) is letting her go? Sorry, but having to “live with knowing she was partly responsible” for this boy’s death is not the same as paying for it. A residential program for something this cruel? In terms of justice for this boy, it seems a bit cruel itself. (Thanks to Trey for emailing this story.)

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Retract the Graham Gay Smear

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 - by Rick Moran

William Gheen of ALIPAC is a gutternsipe whose outrageous charges against Senator Lindsey Graham need to be withdrawn with an apology.

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Radical Chic, Powered by Geritol

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 - by Ron Radosh

Aging leftists, along with Eric Holder, hold a reunion — and inadvertently reveal that the 1960s are over.

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Top Terrorists Killed in Iraq, and We Only Hear From Biden?

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 - by Annie Jacobsen

Why is the commander-in-chief silent following this news? Why was Biden so deferential to Iraqi forces?

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The Doorman Strike: Media Predictably Goes Class Warfare

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 - by David Gurevich

Apparently stingy Republicans tenants are to blame, but I can't seem to find one in my building.

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The Government You Love to Hate

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 - by Jazz Shaw

The recent Pew survey showing high levels of anger with government is understandable given the miserable economy and politicians in Washington trying to do too much.

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A Dumb Idea, via Hitchens and Dawkins: Arresting the Pope

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 - by Clarice Feldman

Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins take a silly, immature stance with deadly serious consequences.

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Bibi’s Secret Letter to Obama

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 - by Leon de Winter

Netanyahu tries (well, should try) to straighten out Obama regarding the miseducation he received from Rashid Khalidi.

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The New Orleans Beating: Real Violence, Real Evidence, No Media

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010 - by Scott McKay

The Hayride publisher finds vast circumstantial evidence of politically motivated mayhem, putting the MSM narrative on trial — if they ever dare talk about it.

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Five Lies We Live With

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010 - by Victor Davis Hanson

So odd that we live in an age of untruth, in which millions privately shrug at the daily lies of our elites.

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Defeating Radical Islam — a Lesson from Hercules

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010 - by Raymond Ibrahim

The recent killings of Abu Omar al-Baghdadi and Abu Ayub al-Masri are all well and good, but without killing the ideology that fuels them, Islamists will continue to morph and multiply.

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