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by William Bigelow

March 16, 2012

As the left and President Obama have so graciously pointed out, civility is essential to our national discourse. At a press conference in February 2009, Obama said: "I think that, over time, people respond to civility and--and rational argument."

He reaffirmed his commitment to civility by his pointed statements after Rush Limbaugh's comments regarding Sandra Fluke. Yet the left is not immune from incivility. In fact, the left is significantly more uncivil on a regular basis than the right. As our star defendant, we bring you the man who gets a tingle up his leg when Barack Obama speaks: MSNBC's Chris Matthews.

Human Events Online

by William Buchanan

July 16, 2011

There is one theme that consistently flows through the Bush administration's domestic security initiatives. It is an undisguised, almost obsessive effort to eliminate our southern border.

Complementing this endeavor is the one and only goal of Mexico's Fox administration—to drive as many Mexicans into the United States as possible. Bush's new "temporary worker" plan, in rapacious pursuit of cheap labor and votes, prefigures national self-destruction, while Fox seeks to maintain the corrupt and oppressive oligarchy that misgoverns Mexico.

by William Dotinga

September 20, 2012

Graphic recordings prove that a Montana man was sentenced to life in prison for a murder he didn't commit, after police knowingly withheld exonerating evidence, the man, acquitted on retrial, claims in Federal Court.

In 2010, more than a year after the Sublette County (Wyo.) Sheriff's Office resurrected an investigation from its cold-case files, a jury convicted Troy Willoughby for the 1984 murder of Lisa Ehlers. The Wyoming Supreme Court affirmed his conviction and sentence in June 2011. Willoughby sued Randall Hanson, a former investigator for the Sublette County Attorney's Office; former sheriff's Capt. Brian Ketterhagen; and sheriff's Deputy Sarah Brew. They are the only defendants. Willoughby sued them all in their individual capacity.

by William E. Even and David A. Macpherson

May 11, 2011

When the Great Recession's negative effect on the U.S. labor market was strongest, the national unemployment rate stood at 10.1 percent-a depth last seen in June 1983.

But the greatest amount of pain was felt by younger and more vulnerable workers-though not in equal amounts. For instance, the unemployment rate for 16-to-19 year-olds reached 27.1 per-cent at the recession's trough. For white teens, the figure was 25 percent; for black teens, it was close to 50 percent. These staggering racial disparities in employment among young adults are nothing new. They've existed as far back as the early 1950s, when the federal government first started tracking these figures. A wide body of academic literature explores the reasons for this gap, but few studies have explicitly studied the effect of labor market wage mandates on minority groups, in part because of the lack of sufficiently comprehensive data. In this new study, labor economists William Even (Miami University) and David Macpherson (Trinity University) overcome this problem by amassing a data set from the years 1994 to 2010 that includes over 600,000 data observations-including a robust sample of minority young adults unprecedented in previous studies on the minimum wage.

Smithsonian Magazine

by William Ecenbarger

July 4, 2009

Centuries hence, historians may wonder: Where exactly did Congress store all those pork barrels?

The grounds surrounding the Capitol have also been faithfully reproduced. There are bushes, which were beaten around, and a row of haystacks in which members of Congress used to look for needles. The driveway is paved with stones, none of which was unturned, and there are three bandwagons in front of the building upon which they frequently climbed. There are no fewer than seven flagpoles for the running up of ideas.

by William F. Jasper

December 20, 2014

Thanks to radical vegan/animal rights activists, starting January 1, California's new "regs on eggs" will cause skyrocketing egg prices that will affect the whole nation.

If eggs are a staple in your family's diet and you'd like to keep it that way, now would be a good time to get a few laying hens. Next month, beginning January 1, 2015, the chicken-and-egg production in the United States is in for a big shock. That's when California's new regulations on egg-laying hens goes into effect. And the effects of those regs on eggs will be felt nationally, even globally. The incredible, edible, prolate spheroid-shaped poultry product, which has long been one of the most affordable sources of high-quality protein, is certain to become significantly more expensive.

by William F. Jasper

November 8, 2013

Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and the Democratic Socialists of America are planning to transform ObamaCare into single-payer socialized medicine.

It may be one of the very few things that Republicans and Democrats, liberals and conservatives, Left and Right can agree on: ObamaCare has been an embarrassing series of rolling disasters since it stumbled out of the starting gate on October 1. From the non-functional website fiasco to the cancellation of millions (soon to be tens of millions) of existing health insurance policies to the heart-stopping sticker shock on replacement policies, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) has drawn brickbats from critics all across the political spectrum. However, while disapproval of ObamaCare is very widespread, the critic camps are poles apart concerning what should be done. According to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), the Democratic Socialists of America, the Congressional Progressive Caucus, and other leading lights of the far Left, the real problem with ObamaCare is that it does not go far enough; the "solution," they say, is to go all the way to socialized medicine. But they don't have the conviction and courage to be that honest, so they say we must resurrect the "single payer/public option" alternative that was defeated during the 2009-2010 battle over ObamaCare in Congress. For millions of Americans, the terms "single payer" and "public option" do not carry the same negative connotations as "socialized medicine," which, of course, is why they were adopted as code words.

by William Grigg

January 10, 2013

Auburn, Washington resident Dustin Theoharis was asleep in his bed on February 11, 2012 when two armed strangers entered his room and started to give him orders. Understandably startled, Theoharis reached for a flashlight.

This prompted the two intruders to open fire. Theoharis - who was still in bed -- was shot sixteen times, but survived. The assailants who shot Theoharis were Detective Aaron Thompson of the King County Sheriff's Office and Corrections Officer Kris Rongen. They had arrested Theoharis's roommate, Nicholas Harrison, an ex-convict who had failed to report for community supervision. The officers were searching his bedroom to find if Theoharis had a gun, which would have allowed them to charge Harrison with a parole violation. They had no warrant or probable cause, and no gun was found. Since Harrison was already in custody at the time of the incident, there was no need to conduct a "safety sweep" of the residence.

by William H. McMichael ,

October 3, 2014

AVONDALE, Pa. - The first letter addressed to the late David Perry arrived five weeks after he died at home June 5.

Sent from the Department of Veterans Affairs, the envelope was to be opened "by addressee only." Perry's wife Helena opened it anyway. "You remain eligible to receive (VA) health benefits," it read. A handwritten yellow sticky note added, "Please provide copy of death certificate."

by William Hershey

December 17, 2011

COLUMBUS - In Attorney General Mike DeWine's office, there's a 1997 photo of DeWine holding his daughter Anna, who was 5 at the time, at a White House bill-signing ceremony with President Bill Clinton.

The bill, sponsored by DeWine, then a U.S. senator, made clear that the best interests of a child must be No. 1 when deciding whether to leave a child in foster care or reunite a family. It's the kind of photo that fuels the fires of the Cedarville Republican's critics.

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