• BuzzPo Chooses Michael Medved #1 Best Radio Host!

    BuzzPo Chooses Michael Medved #1 Best Radio Host!

    Believe it or not, Huffington Post derivative BuzzPo ranked Michael Medved favorite conservative radio host in his Top Ten! Take a look by clicking this link: Ignore the mustache in the photo with the article, but do share with your fellow MedHeads. Brought to you by www.michaelmedved.com

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  • ISRAEL’S SECRET WEAPON: THE JEWISH BABY BOOM

    ISRAEL’S SECRET WEAPON: THE JEWISH BABY BOOM

    The “birth dearth” has hit nearly all nations in the developed world, where the US, France and the UK represent exceptions by approaching the replacement rate of 2.1 children per woman. In only one developed nation on earth does the birthrate reach 3: that nation, surprisingly, is Israel. Orthodox Jewish…

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  • THE WHITE HOUSE LIES ABOUT A SEX-ASSAULT “CRISIS”

    THE WHITE HOUSE LIES ABOUT A SEX-ASSAULT “CRISIS”

    The White House initiative to protect college students from sexual assault raises obvious questions: why trust Joe Biden and the feds to protect your children instead of counting on universities that already take thousands in your tuition money? Moreover, administration numbers on this issue obviously distort the truth. The White…

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  • OBAMA’S MISSED OPPORTUNITY FOR BREAKING GRIDLOCK

    OBAMA’S MISSED OPPORTUNITY FOR BREAKING GRIDLOCK

    In this sixth year of a broken presidency, even unabashedly liberal commentators like Frank Bruni and Maureen Dowd of the New York Times have come to decry the listless, unfocused, drifting nature of Barack Obama's leadership. In response, presidential apologists blame Republicans for the present paralysis since their stubborn hostility…

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  • Minorities Need Affirmative Action? That’s Racist – and Wrong

    Minorities Need Affirmative Action? That’s Racist – and Wrong

    The liberal insistence that minorities can't succeed without affirmative action isn't just racist; it's demonstrably wrong. In the wake of the recent Supreme Court decision affirming a state's right to ban race-based preferences in college admissions, many leftist commentators suggest that the participation in higher education by students of color…

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  • MINORITIES DON’T NEED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR PROGRESS

    MINORITIES DON’T NEED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR PROGRESS

    The Supreme Court recently acknowledged a state's right to ban race preferences in college admissions, stoking liberal fears of declining university enrollment for minorities. But the statistics show surging numbers of students of color pursuing higher education—even in states that banned affirmative action years ago. In California, voters ended race…

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  • THE MISSING INGREDIENT FOR MIDDLE EAST PEACE

    THE MISSING INGREDIENT FOR MIDDLE EAST PEACE

    Despite the collapse of Middle East peace talks, examples of inspiring leaders from the past show reconciliation shouldn't be impossible: Faisal I, king of Syria and later Iraq, a direct descendant of the Prophet Mohammad, endorsed the idea—in 1919!—of a “national home” for the Jewish people in the Middle East.…

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  • MONEY CAN’T BUY ELECTORAL SUCCESS

    MONEY CAN’T BUY ELECTORAL SUCCESS

    Democrats worry endlessly about the impact of conservative money on politics—never acknowledging that the majority of the top donors to campaigns, both from organizations and individuals, are liberals. In the last two presidential contests, Obama easily outspent his GOP rivals. Liberals also fail to acknowledge that spending money hardly guarantees…

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  • No Retreat for Christian Conservatives

    No Retreat for Christian Conservatives

    In trying to explain the results of two consecutive presidential defeats, some Republican strategists privately blame Christian evangelicals for the perceived decline in their political participation. Conventional wisdom argues, unconvincingly, that three factors make the once mighty movement of “Born Again Christians” a spent force in American Politics. First, such…

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  • A Fifth Passover Question: Why Bother?

    A Fifth Passover Question: Why Bother?

    GUEST COLUMN BY DIANE MEDVED Here we are on the eve of Passover 5774, (the year according to the Jewish calendar), and the celebration of the traditional Seder, a meal rife with symbolism. After ridding the house of leavened products, bringing in Passover food and preparing the important meal, parents…

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