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What Is the Separation of Powers?

This week, President Obama made several recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. But here’s the catch: The Senate was in session, not in recess. As Heritage’s Todd Gaziano and Edwin Meese argue, President Obama’s unilateral ...

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Dealing with Life

Dealing with Life

Life's been pretty tough for most of humankind's existence. War, torture and genocide were much more common to primitive man than even during the severe bloodlettings of the twentieth century. (See Steven Pinker's War Before Civilization and his latest book,The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why ...

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A Razor-Thin Victory for Romney

A Razor-Thin Victory for Romney

In the end, the numbers didn’t matter. Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum slugged it out precinct by precinct in the Iowa caucuses on Tuesday night and when the dust settled, Mitt Romney came away with a razor thin victory.

But the winner in Iowa was evident even before the caucuses began. ...

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Will Donations from Iowans Predict Caucus Winner?

Will Donations from Iowans Predict Caucus Winner?

Iowa Republicans, having examined the GOP presidential candidates in intimate detail for months, tonight will make their choice. And if contributions by Hawkeye State residents to the contenders are good predictors, it'll be Mitt Romney and Ron Paulcoming out on top, just as the polls ...

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Ron Paul's March on Washington

Ron Paul's March on Washington

Every verbal assault in the Media against Ron Paul is a Victory for his campaign, it was not so long ago that they just ignored him with Silence, remember Jon Stewart's Media Bashing? – Daily Bell Feedbacker "Col." 

Dominant Social Theme:He's really not worth taking seriously. ...

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Post Slams Ron Paul With Fading Elite Promotions

Post Slams Ron Paul With Fading Elite Promotions

Ron Paul's quest to undo the party of Lincoln ... Let us count the ways in which the nomination of Ron Paul would be groundbreaking for the GOP. No other recent candidate hailing from the party of Lincoln has accused Abraham Lincoln of causing a "senseless" war and ruling with an "iron fist." Or ...

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Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians"

Washington's

It is that time of year again: Time for the Judicial Watch annual roster of Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians." The purpose of the list, which is widely distributed in the press, is to put the spotlight on some of DC's most unethical politicians who have undermined the rule of law ...

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China's Future Deconstructed: Holmes vs. Chang

China has become the $5.88 trillion question in the world financial equation for 2012. In an attempt to gauge the direction of this economic elephant, Cambridge House International is asking two China experts to debate the health of the second-largest economy at the Vancouver Resource Investment ...

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Ron Paul Has Already Won

Ron Paul Has Already Won

What happens if Ron Paul wins Iowa? ... Paul seems to have a natural ceiling among GOP voters: A recent Washington Post/ABC News poll found that nearly half of Republican voters feel Paul's foreign policy views are a major reason not to vote for him. Indeed, the primary reason Paul has an ...

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