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If you’re as tired as I am of all the hoorays and hallelujahs an adoring press has bestowed on Barack Obama for his first 100 days in office, here’s a welcome respite. To help counter all that saccharine applause, one of the left’s sharpest critics in Washington, D.C. prepared a different sort of list. Gary Bauer, who heads the Campaign for Working Families, compiled a list of Obama’s 100 mistakes, misstatements, and missteps since he assumed our nation’s highest office.
Americans United for Life (AUL) has expressed its disappointment with the decision of the Oklahoma governor to veto a bill which would have banned destructive embryonic research.
In the face of an uncertain economy, and the government’s efforts to tighten gun control, gun and ammunition sales are rising.
New research has shown that most Catholics who have heard about the issue support President Obama’s visit to Notre Dame, but significant divisions exist between the most-observant Catholics and those who are less observant.
With over 77 percent of events reporting, Pajamas TV has announced 935,000 people attended the nationwide tax day tea party protests.
Nationalized health care. Firing General Motors’ CEO. British food inspectors. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Government bailouts. These five seemingly unrelated subjects actually have a lot in common. Read further to learn what they are and what they ultimately mean…
Congressional Democrats have struck a deal to use a fast-track budget process to speed up President Obama’s healthcare reforms, in a move that was compared to a "declaration of war" by one Republican senator.
As the new president marks 100 days in office, critics and supporters are fiercely debating the merits of his policies.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services on April 28, but numerous groups continue to voice their opposition.
The U.S. government has said it was not planning to close the border with Mexico due to the swine flu outbreaks.