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Waivers for Favors: Big Labor's Obamacare Escape Hatch
Michelle Malkin:

President Obama's storytellers recently launched a White House blog series called "Voices of Health Reform," where "readers can meet average Americans already benefiting from the health reform law." ... more

The "Good News" of Gay Teens
Brent Bozell:

If anyone doubts that our entertainment industry and our entertainment media are evangelists for a revolution of sexual immorality (or in their lingo, "progress"), he needs only to read the latest cover story in Entertainment Weekly magazine. ... more

Obama Believes American Exceptionalism Begins With Government
David Limbaugh:

Obama's latest watchword, "investments," is not, as I originally assumed, simply a euphemism for government spending. It captures his entire economic philosophy. ... more

Debating the GOP Debates: John Thune Weighs In
Hugh Hewitt:

NBC and Politico.com want the ratings bump that will come from hosting the first debate among Republican presidential contenders. ... more

Hard Reality
Oliver North:

What's most important right now is how the Obama administration handles the increasingly intense cries for greater freedom sweeping from Tunisia to Yemen -- threatening every authoritarian Muslim regime in that region save one: Iran's. ... more

Sputnik Moment -- or GM Moment?
Pat Buchanan:

Either Obama does not believe this country is careening toward a fiscal and financial crisis, or he refuses to pay the political price of imposing the sacrifices needed to lead the country back from the brink. ... more

Mona Charen:

"This is our generation's Sputnik moment," declared President Obama in his State of the Union address. It was the first of several references -- some oblique, some direct -- to the Kennedy presidency. ... more

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Why History Matters
Linda Chavez:

Conservatives should not sugarcoat our history any more than liberals sometimes denigrate it. ... more

Wrong Moves by GOP Could Re-elect Obama
Matt Towery:

With the celebration of Ronald Reagan's 100th birthday now in full swing, I find myself reflecting on the despair that so many of us felt at the midpoint of his first term in office. ... more

America Needs a School Choice Perestroika
David Spady:

40-year-old Kelly Williams-Bolar lives in a housing project in Akron, Ohio. The local public school that her children were trapped in is one of the worst performing schools in the state. ... more

Appeasing the Gods in Hawaii
Robert Knight:

In the state where pagan natives once threw people off cliffs to placate the gods, the Hawaiian state Senate has voted to end the practice of opening its sessions with prayer. ... more

The Real Death Panel
Alex Cortes:

For a brief moment at the close of last year we were regrettably back to discussing ObamaCare's fictionary "death panels", the phrase Governor Sarah Palin coined to describe Medicare reimbursement of voluntary, end-of-life counseling. ... more

A New Flavor of Tea
Suzanne Fields:

Rep. Michele Bachmann, founder of the tea party caucus in the new Congress, gave more than a response to President Obama's State of the Union speech Tuesday night. ... more

SOTU: We Do Big Things Through the Government
Janice Shaw Crouse:

President Obama's State of the Union address was arguably his best opportunity since his mid-term "shellacking" to seriously address the debt and deficit issues that threaten America's economic stability now and far into our grandchildren's future. ... more

A New Leader Needed to Spur Innovation
Donald Lambro:

Obama desperately pleaded with the country to once again think big things. But there were few real growth incentives in Obama's plan would open up opportunities for Americans to once again reach for the stars, and get there. That challenge awaits a new leader in 2012. ... more

A Perfunctory Performance
Paul Greenberg:

"He shall from time to time give to Congress information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient." ... more

On Selling Change When Trust Is Gone
Ross Mackenzie:

Didn't you think the president gave a marvelous State of the Union address? He was so, you know, civil. Americans may crave civility, but they crave honesty more. ... more

Senator Fumbles Needed Strategy to Protect our Borders
Diana West:

Huffington Post reports: "Senate Republicans stand behind President Barack Obama's strategy in Afghanistan and Pakistan, according to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., which will prevent the war from becoming a 'domestic political football' like the war in Iraq." ... more

The Aim of Blood Libels
Caroline Glick:

For Israelis, the American Left's assault on Sarah Palin and the conservative movement in the wake of Jared Loughlin's murderous attack in Tuscon, Arizona was disturbingly familiar. ... more

Canada Stands Up to Iran
Cliff May:

Last week, Canada's Free Thinking Film Society was scheduled to screen Iranium, a new documentary about the regime that has ruled Iran since 1979. But then the Iranian embassy complained ... more

A State of the Union for Gen X and Gen Y
Tammy Frisby:

The bills for Social Security and Medicare are staggering. In 2009, the last year for which official government historical data is available, Social Security benefit payments totaled $678 billion. ... more

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