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RE: The heckling of President Obama June 15

Tucker Carlson, The Daily Caller editor-in-chief: “I don’t remember Diane Sawyer scolding her colleague Sam Donaldson for heckling President Reagan. And she shouldn’t have. A reporter’s job is to ask questions and get answers. Our job is to find out what the federal government is up to. Politicians often don’t want to tell us. A good reporter gets the story. We’re proud of Neil Munro.”

Gas fever has broken; will voters notice the healing?

By Wayne Dawkins

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – GOP presidential challengers demanded that President Obama do something about the rising prices.

The president stood firm – and for the right reasons. He made no promises to magically cure the gas pain. Obama withstood the criticism.

Now, as I filled up the tank of my Chrysler PT Cruiser, I had a pleasant surprise: Instead of paying $20, I pocketed $2.75!

The sales clerk at the Exxon Gas 'n Go teased me about my penny pinching as I handed her an Andrew Jackson and waited for change: “You counted right to the penny, eh?”

Arizona: The New Colossus

Protesters. Politicians. Pundits. Arizona’s immigration law brought these huddled masses to the marble walkway of the U.S. Supreme Court. A state law meant to quell illegal immigration was argued before a receptive Court. Arizona wants to imbue local police with immigration power previously held only by the federal government. Police would be empowered to stop, frisk, strip search, and detain, for hours or days, men, women, and children, based on suspected illegal immigration status.

President dampens din on GOP’s bluster

By Wayne Dawkins

As GOP voters cast ballots today in high-profile states Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware, they need to get beyond the "bluster" and look at what's really going on. Sure, the Republicans are on the offensive and the Democrats are taking fire from them. But look at the facts.

Barack 2 the future: Economy, GOP pick affect re-election odds

Barack Hussein Obama, the 44th U.S. president and first African-American commander in chief, has endured an unapologetically hostile Republican majority Congress [“You lie!” bellowed South Carolina representative Joe Wilson during Obama’s 2009 speech to a joint session of Congress], confronted feckless Wall Street investment bankers who wrecked much of the U.S. economy yet cried foul at any suggestion of government regulation, and ordered the killing of public enemy No. 1, Osama bin Laden.

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