Romney: Gingrich Taking Credit for Job Creation Is Like Al Gore Taking Credit for the Internet

Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney campaigns at the Florence Civic Center in Florence, S.C., Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak) (CNSNews.com) – GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney told a crowd of supporters in Spartansburg, S.C., on Wednesday that his opponent Newt Gingrich taking credit for creating jobs during his time in […]

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Gingrich Won’t Say If South Carolina Is His Last Stand

Myrtle Beach, S.C. (CNSNews.com) – Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich, pitching himself as a Reagan conservative, has said several times that GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney – whom he calls a Massachusetts moderate — must be stopped in South Carolina. However, Gingrich would not say if this means he will concede the race if he loses […]

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Ed Meese: GOP Primary Should Be ‘Vigorous Debate’ Not ‘Slug Fest With Personal Attacks’

President Reagan meeting with Edwin Meese in the Oval Office on Oct. 16, 1981. (Reagan Library) (CNSNews.com) – Edwin Meese, a longtime adviser to Ronald Reagan who served as attorney general in Reagan’s administration, told CNSNews.com on Thursday that the Republican presidential candidates should have a “vigorous debate” on the issues during the primary campaign […]

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Obama on Pace to Borrow $6.2T in One Term—More Than All Presidents from Washington Through Clinton Combined

President Barack Obama and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) (CNSNews.com) – President Barack Obama has been increasing the national debt during his presidency by an average of $4.24 billion per day ($4,240,506,004.34) putting him on a pace to increase the national debt by $6.2 trillion ($6,195,379,272,340.74) by the end of his term on […]

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Pastors Protest NYC Mayor Bloomberg for Stopping Churches–But Not Other Groups–from Meeting at Schools

(CNSNews.com) – New York City Councilman Fernando Cabrera and NYC religious leaders organized a rally at Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s State of the City speech on Thursday to protest the city’s decision to stop 60 churches–but not other groups–from meeting in public schools. Protest at New York City Law Department protesting the city’s decision to evict 60 churches […]

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Obama Campaign to Host Dance Party in Boston

Performer Janelle Monae embraces President Barack Obama at a campaign event at the University of Illinois at Chicago Forum, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012, Chicago. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari) (CNSNews.com) – The Obama campaign’s under-40 organizing arm, Generation 44, is hosting a dance party on Jan. 18 to raise funds for the president’s reelection campaign. The […]

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47,515 Drug-War Murders in Mexico in Just 5 Years

Police stand next to the bodies of four men that were left next to a wall in the town of Medellin, near Veracruz, Mexico, Wednesday Jan. 11, 2012. All four men showed signs of torture. (AP Photo/Felix Marquez) (CNSNews.com) — The Mexican government reported that there were 12,903 drug-related homicides in the country during the first […]

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Tax-Funded Smithsonian Christmas-Season Exhibition Again Focused on Homosexuality

A photo of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, as described on the National Portrait Gallery’s Web site, says, ‘Beginning with Stein’s radical haircut of 1926, the women created an homme-femme style, a lesbian mode of dressing still in fashion today.’ (CNSNews.com) – For the second year in a row, the federally funded National Portrait Gallery […]

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North Carolina First State to Offer Compensation to Victims of Forced Sterilization

A highway historical marker in North Carolina to mark the state’s dark history in eugenical sterilizations between 1933 and 1973, when more than 7,600 were forcibly sterilized by the state. (AP Photo) (CNSNews.com) – A task force set up in March 2011 by Gov. Beverly Perdue (D) charged with evaluating potential compensation for victims of […]

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Female Heads of State Discuss How ‘Climate Change’–But Not Sex-Selective Abortions–Hurt Women

Mary Robinson, former president of Ireland. (CNSNews.com/Penny Starr) (CNSNews.com) – At a gathering of female heads of states, including the president of Finland and the former president of Ireland, the discussion focused on women’s rights, the importance of supporting “emerging” women leaders and how climate change hurts women, especially poor women. But they did not […]

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