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Bill O'Reilly:

Presidents Obama and Bush the Younger have one striking similarity: self-assurance. After speaking with both men recently, I am firmly convinced that they are convinced their policies are/were right for the nation. ... more

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Brent Bozell:

The top of the pop charts has become a low, low place indeed. Just last summer, the singer Cee Lo Green took popular culture one rung lower into the sewer with the release of his song titled "F--- You." ... more

Obama = Reagan?
Larry Kudlow:

A week after Ronald Reagan's 100th birthday celebration, comparisons between presidents Obama and Reagan continue. ... more

$100 Billion in Cuts: Go for It
Dick Morris and Eileen McGann:

Now is the time for the House Republicans to challenge President Obama to cut spending by voting to slash non-defense discretionary spending by the full $100 billion they promised in their 2010 campaign! ... more

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Oliver North:

On Thursday morning, the heads of America's intelligence services went to Capitol Hill to testify before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on worldwide threats to the United States. ... more

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Mike Needham:

It's been a long time since you could say this, but last week was a great week for conservatives in Washington. ... more

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Austin Hill:

Think back a long time ago. Stretch your mind, and go all the way back to January 21st, 2011. ... more

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David Harsanyi:

This week, the House failed to pass a one-year reauthorization of three provisions of the Patriot Act, even though the Republican leadership tried fast-tracking the effort without allowing the traditional airing of grievances. ... more

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She was "small, bubbly and joyful. She had a radiant smile," with a "sweet" face. And yet, she wept. ... more

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Lecture "My Mingei Legacy" by Founder of  Mingei Int'l Museum, Feb 13, 2:00PM

Shumei Mingei Martha Longenecker
Martha Longenecker, Founder of Mingei International Museum

The Shumei Arts Council in Pasadena will present lecture "My Mingei Legacy" by Dr. Martha Longenecker, Founder and Director Emeritus of the Mingei International Museum in San Diego on Sunday, February 13, at 2:00 pm at Shumei Hall, 2430 East Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107. Free admission. For more information, call (626) 584-8841. www.shumeiarts.org


Mingei or Folk Art was coined by Soetsu Yanagi in 1920s in Japan. Yanagi rescued lowly pot used by common people in the Edo and Meiji period that were disappearing in rapidly urbanizing Japan. The Japan Folk Craft Museum was established by Yanagi in Tokyo in 1936. 


Inspired by the vision of mingei and the movement's founder Yanagi, Dr. Longenecker guided the direction of the Mingei International Museum in San Diego for over 37 years.


Her goal was to bring art of the people to the people of the San Diego region and beyond.


Martha W. Longenecker's career in art is multi-faceted; she is an artist, craftsman, and educator.


She studied painting with famed California artist Millard Sheets at Claremont Graduate School, were she received an Art Education Credential and a Master of Fine Arts Degree.


Establishing her own ceramics studio in Claremont, California, she made wheel-thrown stoneware forms that were exhibited nationally through Dalzell Hatfield Galleries from 1944 to 1964.


She is a Professor of Art Emeritus of San Diego State University.


In 2003, Dr. Longenecker received the Order of the Rising Sun With Gold Rays and Rosettes from the Emperor of Japan.


Her lecture at Shumei Hall will present an overview of the Mingei Museum and show how objects in its collection transcend time, place, and culture.

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