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President Obama vs. Franklin Graham on Islam

Michael Brown,   During a 2009 interview on France’s Canal+TV channel that is just now being reported widely, President Obama claimed that Americans needed to be better educated on Islam and that, if we compute the total number of Muslims in America, we would be one of the biggest Muslim countries in the world. In stark […] Read More →

Louisiana Tells Ebola Reseachers Stay Away

 Louisiana has a message for many of the scientists and medical experts studying Ebola and aiding efforts to fight the deadly virus in West Africa — stay away. The state sent a letter yesterday to members of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, which is holding its annual conference in New Orleans next […] Read More →

Obama plans executive actions to strengthen U.S. manufacturing

 President Barack Obama will launch a series of executive actions on Monday to strengthen U.S. advanced manufacturing, including a $300 million investment in three technologies considered crucial to the country’s industrial competitiveness. The White House said in a statement the actions would build on the final report of Obama’s Advanced Manufacturing Partnership that recommends measures […] Read More →

Naive Immigration Policy is a Existential Threat

Ken Blackwell,   With planes being grounded in my home state of Ohio and hospital workers in Texas contracting Ebola, Americans now have stark examples of the danger of President Barack Obama’s policies. Obama has refused to impose a travel ban on flights from Ebola-stricken African countries for political reasons. He does not want to quarantine […] Read More →

Restoration of the Senate’s dignity rides on “Mitch McConnell” ?

George Will,  Barack Obama lost Kentucky in 2012 by 23 points, yet the state remains closely divided about reelecting the man whose parliamentary skills uniquely qualify him to restrain Obama’s executive overreach. So Kentucky’s Senate contest is a constitutional moment that will determine whether the separation of powers will be reasserted by a Congress revitalized by restoration of the […] Read More →

DNC Chairwoman Evades Questions About Obama

“Barack Obama was on the ballot in 2012 and 2008,” she says.  Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Wednesday refused to associate Democratic Senate candidates with President Barack Obama’s policies. The issue has become a hot potato for Democrats in the closing weeks of the midterm elections as they try to keep Senate seats in […] Read More →

Ebola: Politics, Failure, And Opportunism

Derek Hunter,   The Ebola outbreak has been a disaster in politics, but a boom for capitalism. Weird how that works, but it is how many things work. President Obama’s handling of the Ebola outbreak has been an unmitigated disaster. At first, he dismissed it. Then, he panicked and started canceling campaign and fundraising events to […] Read More →

Dallas Exporting New Ebola Cases Biocontainment Centers

 New Ebola patients in Dallas will be transferred to three top infectious-disease centers in the U.S., a Texas official said yesterday. The new treatment strategy follows national scrutiny of cases at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, a Dallas facility that has handled three Ebola patients and said it made mistakes in its treatment of Thomas Eric […] Read More →

Army Officer Reveals How Barack Obama Has the US Army in a “Death Spiral”

 It’s no secret that Obama has had a very contentious relationship with the military. From ignoring and disregarding his military advisors, to openly disrespecting our men and women in uniform. Now comes word that the Army’s manufacturing capacity is in a “death spiral.” (H/T Western Journalism) Heidi Shyu, who is the Army’s assistant secretary for acquisition, logistics, […] Read More →

Thomas Sowell: Local or National Elections?

 Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill once said, “All politics is local.” That may have been true in Tip O’Neill’s day, but some elections are decisively on national issues — and the Congressional elections this year are overwhelmingly national, just as the elections of 1860 were dominated by one national issue, namely slavery. In 1860, […] Read More →