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Comment by Jerome Trent on February 16, 2012 at 1:24pm

Republicans Denounce Obama's Nuclear Cuts as 'Reckless Lunacy'

Congressional Republicans are vowing to block the Obama administration from sharply cutting the U.S. nuclear force, calling potential reductions of as much as 80 percent in the number of deployed weapons "reckless lunacy."

Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., issued a statement denouncing the fact that President Barack Obama is mulling options for such drastic more 

Comment by Jerome Trent on February 15, 2012 at 10:47pm

Communism by insurance mandate
by Ann Coulter
One theory for why Barack Obama pushed the contraception mandate right now is that it helps Rick Santorum. Others theorize it's because Obama is an anti-religious bigot with a left-wing agenda. Reasonable minds can disagree on this.

But it may end up helping Mitt Romney by reminding people that the "individual mandate" is the least of the problems with ObamaCare. (The "individual mandate" is simply the legal argument for why ObamaCare is unconstitutional in a country that has accepted Social Security and Medicare as constitutional.)

This isn't a Catholic issue or even a religious issue. Conservatives are falling into the Democrats' trap by denouncing it as such. It's a freedom issue. (Or, as Democrats call it, "the F-word.") click here to read the rest of the story

Comment by Kimly on February 14, 2012 at 6:39pm

Interactive Chart: How President Obama's $3.7 Trillion Is Spent

Explore every nook and cranny of President Obama's federal budget proposal.

Comment by Kimly on February 14, 2012 at 6:31pm

Why Don't Americans Elect Scientists?

Scientists lead many powerful countries, including China and Germany, but they have never gotten a political foothold in the United States.

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