FNC’s Kelly, Napolitano Blast Obama’s Hit on SCOTUS

By Jeffrey Meyer Following President Obama’s controversial remarks at the G-7 Summit in which he lectured the Supreme Court over how they should rule in the upcoming ObamaCare lawsuit, on Monday’s the Kelly File, Fox News’ Megyn Kelly and Andrew Napolitano took him to task for trying to “intimidate them” to rule in his favor. …

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“And after all, why shouldn’t we believe that? We are Americans”: the competing moral visions of Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama

By Dave Andrusko Thanks go out to National Review Online for reminding us that it was eleven years ago today that our great pro-life President Ronald Reagan passed away at his California home at age 93 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. The following ran first in 2013. We re-run the story as a reminder …

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A pro-abortion president’s pro-life slip of the tongue

By Dave Andrusko A tip of the hat to our friends at CNSnews.com and Terence P. Jeffrey in particular for alerting readers to a slip of the presidential tongue. The setting was last Thursday and a “Working Families Champions of Change” event. While praising “Champions of Change,” the President patted his own administration on its …

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“And after all, why shouldn’t we believe that? We are Americans”: the competing moral visions of Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama

  By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. We are rapidly approaching the 42nd anniversary of the infamous 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. This month we are re-running posts from past editions of NRL News and NRL News Today. In January we will begin posting new stories about this tragedy. This op-ed ran in 2013. Okay, I …

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What some polling data tell us about why President Obama appeared on “The Colbert Report”

  By Dave Andrusko Let’s put some polling data together and see what we can glean. Granted, there are polls that are better for him, but Bloomberg has President Obama’s job approval ratings down 13 points—39% approval, 52% disapproval. Combine that with last week analysis from Gallup’s Frank Newport who wrote President Barack Obama’s job …

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Ann Compton on Obama: He Launches ‘Profanity-Laced’ Tirades Against Press

  By Scott Whitlock Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post on Newsbusters.com. According to retired ABC News journalist Ann Compton, Barack Obama launches into “profanity-laced” tirades against the press in off-the-record meetings with reporters. In a C-SPAN interview, Compton also derided the President for leading “the most opaque” administration of “any I have …

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Reuters: People Left Obama’s Md. Speech Early; But at AP, It Was a ‘Rowdy Rally’ (See Update)

  By Tom Blumer One would think, based on comparing dispatches from Reuters and the Associated Press, that President Barack Obama must have spoken at two different events in Upper Marlboro, Maryland today. The two dispatches are so radically different in tone and content that they it doesn’t seem possible that they both could be …

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Barack Obama and Thomas Friedman: an interview for the ages

  By Dave Andrusko Monday was spent putting the finishing touches on the August issue of National Right to Life News. That left just a few minutes to turn to our daily news feed, National Right to Life News Today. But even with barely an hour left over, I had to say a couple of …

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Who Barack Obama is was clear before elected President

  The Case against Barack Obama: The Unlikely Rise and Unexamined Agenda of the Media’s Favorite Candidate By David Freddoso Regnery Publishing Reviewed by Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This ran in the September 2008 edition of National Right to Life News, just prior to Mr. Obama winning his first term as President. The book foreshadowed …

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Justin Trudeau, Barack Obama: some similarities between two abortion extremists

  By Dave Andrusko There are probably many more similarities that are obvious to Canadians than they are to an outsider (like me, an American), but what jumps out is that the head of the Liberal Party in Canada, Justin Trudeau, and President Obama have at least two traits in common. First, they are extremists …

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Obama tells operatives they are doing “God’s work”

  By Dave Andrusko Well, it is a free country, which I hope President Obama keeps in mind the next time, say, the FCC starts planning “to thrust the federal government into newsrooms across the country,” as one of the FCC commissioners wrote last week. (See “A retreat from a ‘Big Brother-ish effort’ to thrust …

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President Obama and the State of the Union Address: Part One of Two

  By Dave Andrusko Even five+ years into his presidency, much of the coverage of Barack Obama still holds tenaciously to the point of view that all would be well if it weren’t for those recalcitrant Republicans. That the President routinely disses Republicans and pretends he is reaching for common ground the same time he …

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