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Michael Moore's new film, "Capitalism: A Love Story," debuted last weekend in the wake of scores of statements about the evils of capitalism. Published October 6, 2009

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Rep. Ron Paul, Texas Republican, attracted support during the presidential campaign from conservatives who opposed the Iraq war, but his words on the latest tensions with Iran have caused Hot Air to say: jumped the shark. Published September 29, 2009

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Several pro-life and Christian blogs picked up on an interview last week in which Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton condemned sex-selection abortion and acknowledged that it's a major problem in such countries as China and India. Published September 1, 2009

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First "death panels," now a "death book." Published August 25, 2009

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On Monday, the White House took down the e-mail address, flag@whitehouse.gov. But before burning the "flag" story altogether, let's wallow a bit in the liberal (non)reaction. Published August 18, 2009

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Is it an ironic point or is it kicking a man when he's down? Published August 11, 2009

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The big story of the week — the White House beer summit — mostly produced "so what" shrugs among conservative bloggers, with Jimmie Bise being typical in dismissing it as "a non-story." Published August 4, 2009

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The man hired this spring by the Alaska Personnel Board to investigate the latest rounds of ethics charges against then-Gov. Sarah Palin has a conflict of interest of his own. Published July 28, 2009

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Moe Lane at Red State says "you almost have to feel sorry" for Sen. Christopher J. Dodd, Connecticut Democrat. Almost. Published July 21, 2009

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A hearing last week before the House Judiciary subcommittee on commercial and administrative law produced a scene between a Democratic congressman and a Republican gubernatorial candidate worthy of a great director … specifically, Francis Ford Coppola. Published June 30, 2009

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With the biggest news of the past week being the disputed elections in Iran, it's perhaps natural that Americans would try to understand the politics in Americanized terms — "conservative," "liberal" and the like. But the casting calls by liberal bloggers went way beyond that. Published June 23, 2009

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Religious and ethnic lobbying groups generally try to encourage demonstrations by the people they represent. Published June 16, 2009

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Among Hot Air's contenders for the biggest gaffe made by President Obama the previous week: "If you actually took the number of Muslim Americans, we'd be one of the largest Muslim countries in the world." Published June 9, 2009

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Most of the major pro-choice groups kept a certain discretion in their official statements Sunday about blaming pro-lifers for the slaying of Dr. George Tiller, a Kansas physician nationally known for performing late-term abortions. Liberal bloggers did not. Published June 2, 2009

D.C. vigil held for slain Kansas doctor

The abortion doctor who was killed Sunday in a Kansas church was memorialized as a martyr and a victim of hate speech at a quickly organized candlelight vigil in the District. Published June 1, 2009

Pro-life Catholic leader roots for Sotomayor

A prominent pro-life Catholic says he will be quietly rooting for Judge Sonia Sotomayor to be confirmed to the Supreme Court and said she may even be an improvement over retiring Justice David H. Souter -- as both sides of the abortion issue try to discern her position. Published May 29, 2009

Conservative Catholic has kind words for court pick

A prominent Catholic conservative who regularly criticizes liberal co-religionists for weak stances on abortion said Thursday he will be quietly rooting for Judge Sonia Sotomayor to be confirmed to the Supreme Court and said she may even be an improvement over retiring Justice David Souter. Published May 28, 2009

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Conservative bloggers and political activists have been up in arms since the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) endorsed Florida Gov. Charlie Crist on May 12 for that state's open Senate seat. Published May 26, 2009

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When President Obama picked Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. to be U.S. ambassador to China, talk about his qualifications focused on such cultural matters as his fluency in Mandarin, his time as a Mormon missionary in Taiwan and his adopted Chinese daughter. Published May 19, 2009