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TH Daily - March 13 - Debra J. Saunders, Steve Chapman, Salena Zito, Kyle Olson, Ken Connor and More

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National Public Racket
Debra J. Saunders:

Banish from your mind the recent controversies involving NPR's perceived or (I believe) real liberal bias. Even then, fiscal conservatives in Congress had called for cuts in federal funding for the Corporation of Public Broadcasting. ... more

Why Gingrich Can't Win
Steve Chapman:

Newt Gingrich has a lot going for him if he decides to run for president -- a famous name, a record of accomplishment, a knack for raising money and a rhetorical flair that appeals to his party's conservative base. It's almost enough to make you forget his central handicap, which is that he is Newt Gingrich. ... more

Unions Skittish Over Obama
Salena Zito:

>Despite the big love that Big Labor has given Obama, he hasn't passed card-check legislation, nor will he get anywhere near to doing so until at least 2013 – if ever – if the U.S. House and Senate maintain the same Republican numbers. ... more

'Superman's' Frankenstein Comes To Life
Kyle Olson:

Last year, even as education reformers all across the country were turning cartwheels in celebration of Davis Guggenheim's "Waiting for 'Superman,'" I remained skeptical. ... more

Why the Supreme Court Sided With Westboro Baptist
Ken Connor:

In America, it's easy to take freedom speech for granted. After all, for citizens of the United States, free speech is a birthright, an ideal deeply woven into the fabric of society and culture. ... more

We All Must 'Sacrifice,' Except the President's Friends
Austin Hill:

We live at a time when all Americans must sacrifice. All, that is, except those of us who can be politically helpful to our President as he seeks re-election. ... more

Why Spanking the Intolerant Left is Right
Kevin McCullough:

The majority of things on network television appear there by design. And since it is the American left that controls most of the agenda coming out of popular culture and hence television programming, you have to ask yourself, "Who are they hoping to convince?" ... more

Flirting with fallacy
Paul Jacob:

Some bad ideas never die. And, like the proverbial undead, they arise when you least can handle them, in times of tragedy and horror. ... more

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