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Obama’s Culture of Lies Now Infects Secret Service

We think the White House fence jumper incident reveals much more about the Obama administration’s culture of lies, lawlessness and corruption, than it does about the failures of security at the White House.

Media Frenzies Over Unsourced Gossip to Trash Palins

John Nolte, Breitbart

Over a private family matter based on an un-sourced, un-confirmed item in a local gossip blog, the media is relentless. Over Benghazi and the IRS, crickets. 

Walker: Media Looking at Campaign Probe Backwards

Mario Trujillo, The Hill

Gov. Scott Walker (R) insisted that the criminal investigation against him has already been dismissed. Prosecutors accuse Walker and his aides of a concerted effort to sidestep campaign finance laws and illegally coordinating with outside groups.

Why John Kasich is the Media's Favorite GOP Governor

Jason Hart, The Federalist

Ohio Governor John Kasich has found popularity with the legacy press the only way a Republican can, by expanding government and questioning the morals of anyone who does not.

REID WANTS CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO LIMIT POLITICAL SPEECH

Ken Klukowski, Breitbart

Harry Reid announced the Sen. Judiciary Comm. will hold a hearing on June 3 on amending the Constitution to limit political speech. If ultimately adopted, it would prohibit political speech of citizens and citizen groups such as the NRA.

TEA-PARTY AGENDA 'NOT DEAD YET'

WND Staff

A prominent conservative strategist is taking strong exception to the perception that the tea-party movement is losing ground among voters. Richard Viguerie, author of “Takeover,” is urging activists to contact media and refute the idea that the GOP establishment has silenced the tea party.

Cornyn Rips Schumer's Media 'Shield Law'

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Sen. Chuck Schumer’s “Free Flow of Information Act” is, “totally inconsistent with the notion of a free press and the First Amendment,” Sen. John Cornyn said.

The IRS: Deliberate and Partisan

Jonathon Moseley, American Thinker

We can learn a surprising amount from Christine O’Donnell’s 2010 election campaign, because the establishment, liberals, and the news media got sloppy.  

Congress Draws Criticism Over NSA Oversight

Darren Samuelsohn, Politico

Cries of lax Capitol Hill oversight are piling up as Snowden-inspired stories continue to explode in the media, casting doubt on whether the legislative watchdogs can be trusted to oversee nat'l security agencies that they’ve long defended.

Rand Paul vs. Ted Cruz In the Press

Howard Kurtz, Fox News

Rand Paul and Ted Cruz are starting to draw very different treatment from the press. Paul is getting positive coverage, sometimes grudgingly, while Cruz is increasingly being portrayed as a difficult loner.

Despite FCC Retreat, Free Speech Still Under Fire from Obama

Roger Aronoff, Canada Free Press

Clearly, this administration includes intimidation and thought control as part of President Obama's plan for "transforming America."

Americans Rising Up Against Gov't

Glenn Harlan Reynolds, USA Today

America's ruling class has been experiencing more pushback than usual lately. It just might be a harbinger of things to come.