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Joseph Curl at the Washington Times shares our conclusion about the real aim of President Barack Obama’s attack on the Supreme Court: So why on Earth would he say it? Why would he lecture the top jurists in the land —
The Obama administration, in a move designed to bolster its backers by blackmailing its opponents, announced on Friday that it would withdraw funding for a Texas program that offers birth control and other health services to low-income women who do
It’s your 18th birthday – a milestone event in your life. You’re getting ready to go to college. You can vote. And you can give money to Planned Parenthood. At least, that’s what Planned Parenthood’s fundraising arm seems to think.
One bill would alter the state constitution to specifically include gun rights. Another would rewrite the law on “reasonable force” so that a person may use force — including deadly force — against someone who they believe threatens to kill
Most Wisconsin voters approve of the job embattled Governor Scott Walker is doing and oppose the effort to recall him from office before the next election. A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey finds that 52% of Likely Wisconsin Voters at
Yesterday, Mitt Romney won primaries in Michigan and Arizona.
If Romney wins, it’ll be trumpeted by the establishment Republicans as yet another indication that he is inevitable. But if he were so inevitable, why are Romney and Santorum so close in Romney’s home state? The closeness of these races ought
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – In a surprise announcement, moderate GOP Sen. Olympia Snowe said Tuesday she would abandon her campaign for a fourth term–a contest she was expected to win easily–because she is frustrated by a polarized atmosphere in Washington. The move dealt
Today, voters in Michigan and Arizona have their turn in voting on the GOP nominee. Check BG throughout the day and evening for results and analysis.
Today, in 1919, Oregon imposed the first gas tax in the country. It was 1 cent per gallon.
Today, in 1732, George Washington was born. Probably should be its own holiday.
The Final Four GOP candidates meet up tonight in Arizona. This will be the last debate before Super Tuesday on March 6th. Check BigGovernment throughout the night for reactions and analysis. Debate starts at 8pm EST on CNN.
Today, in 1848, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels published “The Communist Manifesto.”
Today is Presidents’ Day. It’s traditionally a celebration of the birthdays of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, but the current culture tells us not to focus on individuals but, rather, to have a more vague, general and non-specific celebration of
Today, in 1942, FDR signed an executive order authorizing the internment of Japanese-American citizens.
Republican US Senator Scott Brown now has a 9-point lead over Elizabeth Warren, his likely Democratic opponent in the November election, a new poll has found. The Suffolk University/7News poll, which was released late Thursday night, asked 600 likely voters
A new poll shows President Barack Obama trailing three of the four GOP presidential candidates in the key swing state of Iowa. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney leads Obama by 46 percent support to 44 percent among likely Hawkeye state
Today, in 1865, General William Tecumseh Sherman burned Columbia, the capitol of South Carolina.
Today, in 1904, Madame Butterfly had its debut at La Scala in Milan.
From the Wall Street Journal: WASHINGTON–Federal agents on Friday arrested a man who they allege planned carry out a suicide bombing at the U.S. Capitol, part of a sting operation in which undercover agents posing as al Qaeda operatives provided fake
Today, in 1985, the terrorist and anti-semititic group Hezbollah is founded. Rumors of Media Matters’ or David Brock’s involvement are unconfirmed at this time.
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum continues to ride his polling momentum into Ohio where he leads Mitt Romney by nearly two-to-one in the first Rasmussen Reports survey of Republicans in the state. The new statewide telephone survey of Likely Republican
Today, in 1989, the Soviet Union completed its retreat from Afghanistan.