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January 25 - Michelle Malkin, Mark Davis, Brent Bozell, John Ransom, Jonah Goldberg and More



 

Michelle Malkin:
Rotten to the Core (Part 2): Readin', Writin' and Deconstructionism

Mark Davis:
Military and Society Threatened by Women in Combat

Brent Bozell:
The Teenage Horror of 'Parenthood'

John Ransom:
Caution: These Politicians May Not Be Human

Jonah Goldberg:
Hillary Clinton's Dodgy Testimony

David Limbaugh:
Right Must Summon Moral Courage To Fight Back

 

We issued a serious warning about Obama
Prior to the Presidential election, Stansberry & Associates issued a serious warning that Obama would not only win in 2012 but also seek a third term.
There's a secret to how he'll retain power through 2020 — or beyond… and it has nothing to do with repealing the 22nd Amendment. 
The fact is, there's a specific event set to occur in 2015 that will change the country forever… and empower Obama… perhaps enabling him to implement the most terrifying socialist policies in the history of our country. 
To see the presentation, for free, click here.

 

Mona Charen:
Does Poverty Still Matter?

Pat Buchanan:
The Old Republic and Obama's America

Suzanne Fields:
Diversity With Conceit

Fred Wszolek:
The NLRB Makes the Case Against Itself

Linda Chavez:
Women in Combat Spells Trouble

Matt Towery:
GOP Leaders May Finally Be Catching On

 

Donald Lambro:
Boehner's Battle Cry: The Voters Elected Us Too, Deal With It

Daniel J. Mitchell:
Head Start: Another Costly Government Failure

Political Calculations:
Dip for New Jobless Claims Likely Temporary

Charles Payne:
The Nature of Cats and Men

Kyle Olson:
NBC Laments ‘Upper Class Has Just About Won’ Against Unions

Cliff May:
A Religious Taboo

Daniel Doherty:
Making the Case For Life

Bill Tatro:
Trying to Catch a Falling Apple (AAPL)

 

Michael Youssef:
The Ultimate in Hypocrisy

Lincoln Brown:
Taking Potshots at a Fetus

Mike Shedlock:
In Praise of Walmart

Fritz Pfister:
The Collectivist Party

Marybeth Hicks:
Abortion Remains a Big Deal 40 Years After Roe

 

 

 

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