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Thursday, May 23, 2013
Islam In Europe 

Peaceful, tolerant, socialist Sweden has been stunned by four nights of rioting in predominantly Muslim neighborhoods of Stockholm. One police spokesman said, "We have never had this kind of riots before in Stockholm, not this amount of riots and not this number of hot areas." 

According to a BBC report, mobs of youth are starting fires, burning cars or shops, and then waiting "for emergency services to attend a fire before attacking them." That is a tactic commonly used by Palestinian jihadists.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Lerner Pleads The Fifth 

Lois Lerner, the IRS official directly in charge of the office that targeted Tea Party, conservative and Christian groups, refused to testify today before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. Lerner made a brief opening statement in which she denied any wrongdoing and then told the committee, "I will not answer any questions or testify about the subject matter of this committee's meeting." 

Tuesday, May 21, 2013


Pray for Victims and Survivors 

Moore, Oklahoma, a suburb of Oklahoma City, was hit by a massive tornado yesterday afternoon. This morning the state medical examiner confirmed 24 deaths, including nine children. The pictures of the devastation are unbelievable. Two elementary schools were destroyed and hundreds of homes and businesses were leveled or damaged. 

Friday, May 17, 2013

A Stunning Development 

For the past week the Obama Administration has been embroiled in a growing IRS scandal. The tax agency was involved in a massive effort to target the tax-exempt status of conservative organizations, including well-known Christian ministries like Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. 

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Barack Fires Back 

Under fire all week from critics and even allies, the Obama White House shifted gears and fired back yesterday. Attorney General Eric Holder delivered an award-winning performance on Capitol Hill on theAP phone records controversy. President Obama spoke to the nation about the IRS scandal. And the White House tried to tamp down Benghazi by releasing nearly 100 pages of emails. Here's our take. 

The IRS Scandal 

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

What Year Is It? 

The president has just won a landslide victory. He is looking forward to an aggressive second term agenda. Suddenly scandal strikes. What year is it -- 1973 or 2013? A lot of folks in Washington say it feels like 1973 all over again. It is astonishing how quickly fortunes can change. 

The front page of today's Boston Herald reads: "OBAMAGATE." Another headline declares: "Scandals Invoke Comparison To Nixon." For the past two days MSNBC's "Moring Joe" has even trotted out Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein. 

Monday, May 13, 2013


Abortionist Kermit Gosnell has been found guilty on three first-degree murder counts for infanticide. He was also convicted on scores of other charges, including involuntary manslaughter and conspiracy. 

Benghazi: What's Next? 

It's a busy news day in Washington with a lot to digest. The Obama Administration is on its heels -- defending itself against two scandals with tremendous implications and each one striking at the administration's credibility. 

Capital Prayer Alert

As you know, my wife, Carol, prepares a prayer alert about once a month. I hope you will share Carol's thoughts with your friends and fellow worshippers. Thank you for taking an interest in her monthly devotion. -- Gary

Friday, May 10, 2013

Benghazi Gaining Traction 

For months, liberal elites and their media allies have mocked conservatives for caring about the Benghazi scandal. But watching three grown men -- a Marine, a security expert and a career Foreign Service officer -- moved to tears by this gross injustice has evidently moved some in Big Media to care enough to start asking questions. 

Thursday, May 9, 2013

What's Next On Benghazi? 

Yesterday's Benghazi hearing was extraordinary, but you wouldn't know it if you depended on Big Media. Major networks like CNN and MSNBC did not cover yesterday's whistle-blower testimony on the Benghazi scandal. Instead they chose to follow Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus, who were held captive in an Ohio home for ten years, as they returned to their families.