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59% of Americans: Prohibit Abortion in Most or All Circumstances

Fifty-nine percent of Americans say abortion should be illegal in most or all circumstances, according to a Gallup poll released Wednesday.
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Bozell, Hannity Address Media's Double Standard on Presidential Drug Use

"In 2008, in the primaries, there were 1,365 stories on Barack Obama" and of those, "not one single story" was devoted to President Barack Obama's admitted youthful use of illicit drugs.
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NAACP Backs Same-Sex Marriage As a Civil Right

The NAACP passed a resolution Saturday endorsing same-sex marriage as a civil right and opposing any efforts "to codify discrimination or hatred into the law."
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Sen. Rand Paul on Obama: 'What Version of the Bible is He Reading?'

Speaking Saturday night at an event sponsored by the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky expressed surprise that President Barack Obama would say that his support for ...
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Rep. Nadler: Obama's 'Taking Supportive Actions' on Same-Sex Marriage

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) said Tuesday that President Barack Obama has been "taking supportive actions" on same-sex marriage.
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Clinton: Obama Has Sent Message of Respect For All Religions--‘in Particular of Islam’

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Sunday disputed charges that the United States is “anti-Islam,” telling an audience in Bangladesh that the perception was deeply hurtful.
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Bozell Reacts to Chris Matthews's Ludicrous Obama/Henry V Comparison

When then-President George W. Bush visited U.S. troops, saying similar things to what President Barack Obama said in his recent visit, MSNBC's Chris Matthews snarled that it was a mere "photo-op," ...
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Obama: 'Republicans in Congress Would Rather Put Fewer of You to Work...'

President Barack Obama told the AFL-CIO's Building and Construction Trades Department on Monday that Republicans in Congress would rather see fewer Americans working to build things than to ...
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