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Monthly Archives: November 2010
by Ben Johnson
The campaign to impeach Barack Obama has a distinguished new advocate: Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce, who authored Arizona’s immigration law S.B. 1070. During a speech on November 19, Pearce told an audience:
Think about it. This is the first time in the history of the United States that a sitting president has sided with a foreign government to sue the citizens of its country. For defending our laws? For defending
by Ben Johnson
On election day 2010, more than 70 percent of Oklahoma voters approved State Question 755, which forbids state courts from considering international law or Islamic religious law in pending court cases. However, that measure has been held in judicial limbo by a judicial activist appointed to the federal bench by Bill Clinton. The ridiculous decision can only be explained by the fact that the chief district judge of the western … Read the Rest of this Post
by Dr. Paul Kengor
North Korea is not an easy issue. I’ve dealt with it since the early 1990s, beginning at the Center for Strategic & International Studies. I had few answers then, and I still have few today.
It also is not a partisan issue. For over 60 years, Democrat and Republican presidents alike have suffered the daunting challenges posed by this belligerent dictatorship. Some responded weakly, some hawkishly, with neither party characterized by … Read the Rest of this Post
by Floyd and Mary Beth Brown
During this Christmas season of cheer and good tidings, a universal message is going forth. They are all united — from Barack Obama, to Martha Stewart, to Wall Street banks, to the Federal Reserve — and even your local mall agrees: please borrow to spend more this Christmas.
Americans since 2008 have been tightening their belts, and they have paid down more than $150 billion in consumer debt. This … Read the Rest of this Post
by Michael Reagan
Four years ago I had hip replacement surgery — which involves having an implant containing metal — and that means that every time I fly, which is often, a Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) employee passes a wand over my body to be sure I’m not concealing some explosive device on my person. I’m used to it and I don’t complain. It’s the price we pay for airline safety.
I happened to fly … Read the Rest of this Post