Becky AkersThe evening of Saturday, February 3, 1787 was “mild and serene” in “the Massachusetts,” as Mercy Otis Warren called it. And she should know: she wrote her History of the Rise, Progress, and Termination of the American Revolution from her home in Plymouth, which she shared with fellow Patriot James Warren and their five sons.

If you saw or heard President Obama’s opening remarks at the Republican Caucus meeting in Baltimore, you witnessed an expert leftist taking that one step backward in order to later take two steps forward. That’s straight out of Lenin’s communist strategy book. When you are faced with a strong opposition, you take a step back. And so, Obama sounded very conciliatory, urging Republicans to join with him in pushing legislation that both could agree on, particularly on matters of defense and veterans’ benefits.

Is there anyone out there who thinks Barack Obama hasn’t been on TV enough, hasn’t been on enough magazine covers, or hasn’t done enough soft ball interviews?

Dan Woolley's story of survival in Haiti after the earthquake there caused his hotel to collapse around him is one of what are certain to be hundreds if not thousands of such stories that will be revealed in the coming weeks and months. But, there is something unusual about Woolley's story, something that makes it noteworthy. Specifically, his use of technology to survive.

The philosophy of Multiculturalism has been around since the 1970s and it now infects every aspect of American life. Its latest nefarious manifestation is in airport security, where the notion that all ethnic groups are of equal value has made ethnic profiling a no-no. Just because all of the suicide bombers have been Islamic jihadists does not mean that young Moslem men should be singled out for greater scrutiny than anyone else.

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