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Entries by Ken Blackwell from 05/2012

Obama's Dangerous Approach to Missile Defense

| Posted 05.02.2012 | Politics

By rejecting Obama's position on homeland missile defense, Congress would both ensure taxpayer dollars are used more effectively and our country is well-protected. That approach would be a new way of doing business at the Department of Defense and real change that Americans can embrace.

Israel's Gathering Storm

| Posted 05.04.2012 | World

Israel's Ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren, compared Israel's situation today with other critical periods in the nation's past. Without hesitation, he answered: In the best case scenario, it's May 1967. In the worst case, it's May 1948.

An HHS Pork Mandate?

| Posted 05.06.2012 | Politics

The HHS Mandate forces millions of Americans to violate their consciences by active participation in this attack on the Culture of Life. It must be resisted. And resisted not just by Catholics, but by all Americans who cherish religious liberty.

Evangelicals Will Rally for Romney

| Posted 05.09.2012 | Politics

In a matchup between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, it's an easy choice for conservatives like both of us to fully endorse Governor Romney in this year's election.

Obama's Soros-Controlled Energy Council

| Posted 05.10.2012 | Politics

If natural gas is an already cheap and abundant source of energy, why would we subsidize it? The answer may be found with the Soros Management Fund.

What the Washington Post Missed

| Posted 05.14.2012 | Media

Last week, the Washington Post produced a front-page story with the news of Mitt Romney leading fellow preppies in cutting the bleach-blond hair of a student at their school. Okay. Let's say it's relevant. Here are some of the stories the Post did not think relevant.

I'll Have Another

| Posted 05.23.2012 | Politics

The DOJ gave states new revenue sources, saying that they could add other forms of gambling online so long as it didn't include sports betting. Poker, slots, blackjack -- all fine. And, like last weekend's Preakness, states are off to the races to see who can be first across the finish line.