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Articles by Jeffrey T. Kuhner

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KUHNER: Obama's homosexual America

President Obama has made it official: He now supports same-sex marriage. It is his latest onslaught on traditional America. Mr. Obama has made history. He is our first commander in chief to openly embrace legalizing homosexual and lesbian unions. Published May 10, 2012

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KUHNER: Obama, liberal imperialist

President Obama has put America on the disastrous path toward another Vietnam. This is the real meaning of his recent trip to Afghanistan. On Tuesday, Mr. Obama delivered a nationally televised address from Kabul. Published May 3, 2012

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KUHNER: United States of France

France's decay serves as a warning to America. For centuries, Paris was the cradle of Western civilization. The French, however, have hit hard times. Their country is dying, and most French citizens don't seem to care. This threatens to be our fate as well. Published April 26, 2012

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KUHNER: Obama's disastrous war

President Obama has lost Afghanistan. The war is turning into a catastrophic defeat - one that will be worse than Vietnam. It is time to bring the troops home, and end this national nightmare. Published April 19, 2012

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KUHNER: Romney's running mate

Mitt Romney will be the GOP presidential candidate. Former Sen. Rick Santorum has suspended his campaign, clearing the path for Mr. Romney's inevitable victory at the convention. The ex-Massachusetts governor now faces a pivotal question: Who will be his vice-presidential running mate? Published April 12, 2012

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KUHNER: Obama v. Supreme Court

President Obama is undermining the rule of law. On Monday, he openly attacked the Supreme Court. He fears that the high court will overturn Obamacare. It is the president's signature domestic achievement - the jewel in his socialist crown. To repeal parts or all of it would be a humiliating repudiation. Hence, Mr. Obama is resorting to bullying. Published April 5, 2012

President Obama speaks at Prince George's Community College in Largo, Md., on Thursday, March 15, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

KUHNER: Obama foments racial division

Trayvon Martin has been tragically killed. The black Florida teen was shot by a neighborhood watch volunteer, George Zimmerman, in the suburb of Sanford, Fla. Instead of letting justice take its course, race-baiters are exploiting Martin's death. They are being led by President Obama. His actions have been irresponsible, fanning the flames of racial discontent and division. Published March 29, 2012

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KUHNER: Obama's power grab

President Obama has given himself the powers to declare martial law - especially in the event of a war with Iran. It is a sweeping power grab that should worry every American. Published March 22, 2012

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KUHNER: Oust Obama

The Obama administration believes it is above the law. It now openly claims that President Obama can go to war without congressional authorization. This is a flagrant - and dangerous - violation of the Constitution. It is a naked abuse of power. It begs the question: Is this an impeachable offense? A congressional resolution has been introduced to warn that such high crimes and misdemeanors will trigger impeachment proceedings. It's about time. Published March 15, 2012

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KUHNER: Limbaugh vs. liberal bigots

Rush Limbaugh has been forced to deliver a humiliating apology for epithets he used against Sandra Fluke, a liberal activist and Georgetown law student. The apology comes as President Obama and the liberal media desperately try to paint Ms. Fluke as a victim of conservative male chauvinism - the latest casualty in a Republican "war on women." Published March 8, 2012

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KUHNER: Obama's Islamist agenda

Radical Islam is on the march. It is being aided and abetted by the Obama administration. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton recently warned at a conference in Tunisia that the Arab Spring is backsliding. The democratic transformation of the Middle East and North Africa is not working out as Mrs. Clinton and President Obama had hoped. Published March 1, 2012

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KUHNER: Obama's pseudo-religion

In 2008, the media peddled the false narrative that then-Sen. Barack Obama was a post-partisan pragmatist. In 2012, he is being sold as a compassionate Christian who champions social justice, economic fairness and civil rights - a combination of Martin Luther King Jr. and President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He is neither. The liberal media desperately want you to believe the myth so Mr. Obama wins re-election. Published February 23, 2012

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KUHNER: Greek ruins, American-style

President Obama's budget puts America on the path toward Greece. It is a reckless document, a stunning betrayal of U.S. economic interests. By its own numbers, Obamanomics leads to national bankruptcy. Unless there is a dramatic course correction, we will share the bleak fate of the Greeks: riots, chaos and internationally imposed austerity measures. We, too, are committing fiscal suicide. Published February 20, 2012

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KUHNER: End of the Constitution

Is America sliding toward autocratic rule? This is the essential question of Barack Obama's presidency. Mr. Obama vowed to "fundamentally transform" the United States. Despite his incompetence and economic failure, the president is making good on his central promise: the destruction of our constitutional republic. Published February 10, 2012

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KUHNER: Getting a reading on Romney

Conservatives are asking a reasonable question: Will a Mitt Romney candidacy turn into another debacle like Sen. John McCain's in 2008? The Arizona maverick was said to be the most "electable" of the Republican nominees. Many GOP voters held their noses and supported Mr. McCain. Published February 2, 2012

** FILE ** President Barack Obama, accompanied by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, arrives in the backyard of a private residence in Falls Church, Va., Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010, to discuss the Patient's Bill of Rights and health care reform. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

KUHNER: Obama threatens religious liberty

Like many leftists, President Obama has deep contempt for Christianity and democracy. This is why his administration has declared war on the Catholic Church and religious liberty. Published January 26, 2012

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KUHNER: Opposing Obama is not racist

The Democrats are settling on one major election strategy: Portray opposition to President Obama as a form of racism. In a nutshell, the liberal argument is that conservative dissent from Mr. Obama's social democratic agenda - Obamacare, the nearly $1 trillion stimulus and Dodd-Frank - is driven not by the color of the president's politics, but the color of his skin. Published January 19, 2012

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KUHNER: Dynamic capitalism is a virtue

Mitt Romney has won a major victory in New Hampshire. He is the first non-incumbent Republican to capture both Iowa and the Granite State - a historic achievement. He has the money, momentum, organization and - perhaps most importantly - the air of inevitability going into South Carolina. Barring an unexpected development, the former Massachusetts governor is poised to be the Republican presidential nominee. Published January 11, 2012

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KUHNER: The Republican bloodbath

The White House is popping champagne corks. President Obama got what he wanted from the Iowa caucus: a fractured Republican Party racked by bitter internal infighting. This is the real news of the Iowa results. Unless the GOP can unify around a single candidate soon, the primary threatens to get bogged down into a protracted conflict between its leading rivals. Published January 5, 2012

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KUHNER: Is Mitt the one?

Mitt Romney is on the verge of delivering a knockout blow. The former Massachusetts governor leads in the polls heading into the Iowa caucuses. If he wins, especially by a large margin, he almost certainly will capture the New Hampshire primary on Jan. 10. Mr. Romney will have all the momentum, the big donors and - most importantly - the air of inevitability going into South Carolina and Florida. Published January 2, 2012