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  • Sahil Kapur, Bloomberg

    Ted Cruz on Monday offered his strongest denunciation so far of Marco Rubio's foreign policy views, assailing his Republican presidential rival as a proponent of “military adventurism” that he said has benefited Islamic militant groups. He even tied the Floridian to Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.

  • Breitbart News

    Academy Award-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss told Breitbart News’s Michael P. Leahy that America needs to dramatically improve its civic education for students in public schools so they have a belief system rooted in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

  • Rep. Mac Thornberry, Real Clear Politics

    The FBI has acknowledged it is leading over 900 active investigations of ISIS operatives in this country. In short, there are many ways to kill Americans, and ISIS is working to take advantage of them all.

  • Brian M. Rosenthal, Houston Chronicle

    Texas officials are escalating their opposition to Syrian refugees with a new message aimed specifically at resettlement groups that have indicated they will accept people fleeing the war-torn country: change your mind or risk getting sued by the state.

  • Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

    Do those on the Left realize that they are rapidly becoming captives to the consequences of their own ideology? Their current effort to rewrite the past is doomed to failure for a variety of reasons.

  • Patrick Goodenough, CNS News

    Since the Paris terror attacks on November 13, the State Department has admitted 132 Syrian refugees into the United States, and all 132 are Sunni Muslims. No Christian, Druze, Shi’ite, Alawite, or member of any other religious minority in Syria has been admitted over that period.

  • Mark Hensch, The Hill

    Former GOP presidential contender Herman Cain said late Monday that the media and establishment Republicans are plotting Donald Trump’s downfall. “One of the reasons that I continue to set the record straight every day, as many of you know, is because you have a lot of people in the media and the establishment that are trying to bring down Trump with lies,” he told listeners during an evening rally in Macon, Ga.

  • Scott Greer, Daily Caller

    Teens are of course entitled to have opinions and voice them if they’re so moved to do so. What’s not right is for grown adults to pretend that their opinions should be considered the work of a leading pundit. Or even worse, try to make money off that young person’s profile.

  • Jim Geraghty, National Review

    Isn’t it ridiculous to expect sane people to watch what they say and restrict what thoughts they express in order to prevent a rampage by someone with an inherently illogical, literally unreasonable, not-sane thinking process?

  • Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

    Of the 100,000 refugees resettled in the United States in 2014 under the Refugee Resettlement program, an estimated 40 percent were Muslims. Though they are officially “non-profit” organizations, Catholic Charities, Lutheran Social Services, and several other Christian organizations are profiting from lucrative contracts with the federal government to resettle these refugees in the United States.

  • Wesley Pruden, The Washington Times

    Many bad things happen when a leader is weak, confused and forever in search of a credible reason to do nothing. For all his softness on Islam, Barack Obama has little insight into the men who send out mobs to cry “death to America.” He can’t imagine that men can listen to the call to evening Muslim prayer, which so captivated him as a boy growing up in Indonesia — “the prettiest sound on Earth” — and be inspired to dream of bringing down death on America.

  • Breitbart News

    When a reporter told the Texas senator that the suspect allegedly made a comment about “baby parts” while being arrested, Cruz countered, “It’s also been reported that he was registered as an independent and a woman and transgendered leftist activist, if that’s what he is.”

  • Susan Jones, CNS News

    The mass shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs on Friday "is a form of terrorism," Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper told CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday. "And maybe in some way, it's a function of the inflammatory rhetoric that we see on all -- I mean, so many issues now, there are bloggers, and, you know, talk shows where they really focus on trying to get people to that point of boiling over and just intense anger," the Democrat said.

  • Erick Erickson, RedState

    If Perry gets back in, he would first have to fundraise and second would have to consider if he wants to cause a collapse of ongoing consolidation — assuming he can get any traction at all. The fact is, as much as I and so many others really like and respect Rick Perry, he did not get traction when he was first in and would have to come up with a reason now to get support.

  • Kevin Diaz, Houston Chronicle

    The math suggests that Cruz has until the middle of March to solidify his evangelical support and rack up big delegate totals. After that, the GOP primary calendar moves to the big winner-takes-all primaries in states like Florida, Illinois and Ohio, where evangelical voters are less dominant.