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Student Activists Told to Remove Table from Penn State 'Free Speech Zone' (Video)

After an hour or so of tabling, the YAF table was approached by campus security personnel, who told Jolie to take the table down. Jolie pressed the official with questions, asking why she had to take down her table. The campus security officer replied, "You can't have a table but you can pass out flyers." It is important to note that the area in which Davis was tabling was a "designated free speech zone." 17 Sep 2014, 4:49 PM PDT

GAO Report: More Than 1,000 Obamacare Plans Include Taxpayer-Funded Abortion Coverage

The Government Accountability Office (GAO), the non-partisan government watchdog, has issued a new report that identifies 1,036 ObamaCare plans that cover abortion on demand at the expense of taxpayers through subsidies, a fact that confirms the provision in the health reform law that requires individuals to pay separately for abortion coverage is being widely ignored. 17 Sep 2014, 12:41 PM PDT

T Minus 48: Dems Dominate Ad Spending

This week, the race for the Senate has been dominated by analyses showing Democrats faring better than expected in the most competitive races. Election models from Nate Silver, Washington Post and New York Times all downgraded Republicans chances of taking control. While it is still early in the cycle and there are many factors affecting individual races, there is one common denominator. Democrats are dominating the ad wars. 17 Sep 2014, 12:23 PM PDT

Biden Uses Jewish Slur 'Shylock'

Just weeks after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) was forced to apologize for racist jokes aimed at Asians; and days after a white male Democrat claimed Hispanic Governor Susana Martinez "does not have a Latino [sic] heart, another prominent Democrat, Vice President Joe Biden, has been forced to apologize for using the Jewish slur "shylock." 17 Sep 2014, 8:33 AM PDT

ATLANTIC: The Making of a Conservative Superstar

Tom Cotton was born in 1977 in Dardanelle, Arkansas, population less than 4,000, where his family had lived for seven generations and his parents tended a cattle farm. His father also worked for the local health department, and his mother was a schoolteacher. From an early age, it was clear that Tom was an unusual boy. 17 Sep 2014, 7:18 AM PDT

NYT: Obama Falls Behind Bush Lows, GOP Gains Strength

Although state polling shows the GOP slipping some in the Republican quest to win the U.S. Senate, a New York Times/CBS News poll reveals that President Obama is polling worse than George W. Bush on issues important to voters, while the GOP is gaining strength. 17 Sep 2014, 7:05 AM PDT

ISIS Threatens Times Square

NYPD Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says that ISIS may be targeting Times Square, as the terrorist group has made threats on an online message board. 16 Sep 2014

T Minus 49: GOP Odds of Senate Takeover Downgraded

With just over 7 weeks until the midterm elections, Republican chances to take control of the Senate have tumbled slightly. Two weeks ago, political handicapper Nate Silver estimated the GOP had a 64% chance of winning a Senate majority. On Tuesday, Silver lowered his estimate to 55%. The landscape still favors the GOP, but the trend-lines are ominous. 16 Sep 2014

EPA Doubles Number of Coal Plant Closings

In the run-up to the “People’s Climate March” scheduled for September 21, the non-partisan U.S, General Accountability Office (GAO) just doubled its estimate for coal plants expected to retired to comply with the Obama Administration’s new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over the next decade. 16 Sep 2014

Educational Materials with Common Core Stamp Selling Big

Now that Common Core seems to be taking over the curricula in states across the nation, companies furnishing educational materials are desperately trying to attract school districts and teachers to buy their materials by advertising them as aligning with Common Core standards. 16 Sep 2014

Democrats Grow Antsy About Syria Vote

With the vote coming tomorrow, House Democrats said they are increasingly anxious about a proposal to authorize President Obama to arm and train Syrian rebels with the hope they will combat the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists consolidating power in the region. 16 Sep 2014

My Email Turns Republicans Into Conservatives

For the past several weeks, a group calling itself the "NRSC" has been inundating my inbox, warning that Obama was about to "grant amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants." I could combat this by donating money to ensure the Republicans win control of the Senate. Apparently, this "NRSC" is the National Republican Senatorial Committee who previously spent that past year and a half trying to pass amnesty under the guise of "comprehensive immigration reform." I must have a new email filter that turns even Republicans in Washington into conservatives. 16 Sep 2014

Immigration Chicanery

The strategists who base their political advice on public opinion polls have just had a surprise. A new poll reports that the American people are now more likely to trust Republicans to handle immigration and less likely to trust Democratic plans to offer illegals a path to citizenship (a.k.a. amnesty). 16 Sep 2014

Obama to Send 3,000 U.S. Soldiers to Fight Ebola

The Obama administration is ramping up its response to West Africa's Ebola crisis, preparing to assign 3,000 U.S. military personnel to the afflicted region to supply medical and logistical support to overwhelmed local health care systems and to boost the number of beds needed to isolate and treat victims of the epidemic. 15 Sep 2014

GOP Runs From Social Issues, Prepares For Long-Term Minority Status

On Monday, The New York Times reported that once again – for what must by, by this point, the 1,297th time – Democrats have decided to swivel to social issues for electoral purposes in advance of the 2014 election. “After a generation of campaigns in which Republicans exploited wedge issues to win close elections,” the paper reported, “Democrats are now on the offensive in the culture wars.” 15 Sep 2014

Is Keynes Misunderstood, Maligned by Critics?

In a September 11 Bloomberg article, economist Noah Smith claims that John Maynard Keynes, the architect of today’s government economic policies around the world, wasn’t a “socialist" or even a “progressive.“ He did not favor “a command economy.” 15 Sep 2014

T Minus 50: Looking For Signs of GOP Wave

The midterm elections are 50 days away. In many states, early and absentee voting will begin in the coming days. National polling numbers can hardly get worse for President Obama and the Democrats. Substantive news, whether the economy or foreign affairs, is unlikely to evolve favorably with Obama's policies. In addition, it is hard to imagine a political landscape more favorable to Republicans. Yet, with the election fast approaching, it is still an open question whether the GOP will capture the Senate. What is going on? 15 Sep 2014

Ian Paisley: The West's Religious Fanatic

Ulster unionist and Protestant minister Ian Paisley died Friday in Belfast, Northern Ireland. A polarizing political figure, Paisley's death affords partisans of all "colors" the opportunity to absorb and define his legacy. With sectarian violence again engulfing the Middle East and Africa, however, Paisley's life reminds us that the West is not as far removed from religious bigotry as we would like to believe. 15 Sep 2014

Scott Brown Also Ran on National Security in 2010

It is too easy to forget that the other issue Brown campaigned on in that election was opposition to the Obama administration’s attempts to try 9/11 mastermind Khaled Sheikh Mohammed, among other terrorists, in a federal court in New York City rather than a military tribunal in Guantanamo Bay. 15 Sep 2014

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