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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Heritage Foundation
Editorials from around Pennsylvania:
When we think of those who wish to do us harm, we usually picture an assailant armed with a gun, a missile or a bomb --- someone who can hurt us physically.
With the help of an impatient news media, a global taste for drama and Russia's provocative posturing in the Ukraine, the White House is now wedged in the put up or shut up position. Are we in a Cold War now? A Cool War? Maybe it's just tepid.
When President Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009, it was awarded "for his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples."
"As governors, as state leaders, we're more optimistic than our friends in Washington."
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Monday that the Army must shrink to pre-World War II troop levels to preserve funding for elite counterterrorism operations and maintain the cybersecurity programs needed to counter threats by emerging rivals such as China.
It's easy for conservatives, who are forced to spend much of their time these days opposing bad ideas, to neglect the great responsibility of advancing good ideas.
For teens who are 17 years old, there are only 10 states in the country where they are likely to still be living with their own married mother and father, says a new report.
Almost lost in the polemics over Obamacare's depressing impact on employment was the troubling overall outlook presented recently by the Congressional Budget Office.
Not satisfied with President Obama for appointing record numbers of gay, female and minority judges, liberal groups and labor unions are now pressuring the president to nominate more jurists who have backgrounds working for unions and public-interest organizations.
Conservatives teeming with anti-Washington frustration are talking about driving the Republicans' policy agenda and ousting GOP leaders who don't hew to their ideology.
Frequent calls for unity in the nation come from many sectors, though most simply push emotional buttons while delivering little substance. Enter the Heritage Foundation, which is now setting forth this simple, but canny thought: "Uniting America through conservative reform."
So it's come to this: Enroll America has a new campaign to bolster the nation's youth to sign up for Obamacare -- a multi-million dollar video of singing pets trying to convince their owners to get on the website and enroll.
Conservative Republicans said Wednesday that they don't believe their chamber will tackle an immigration bill this year, saying that while they welcomed the House GOP leaders' principles as a start to a conversation, it's premature to try to pass a bill.
Republican leaders have concluded they cannot pass a debt limit increase that also requires building the Keystone XL pipeline or repealing a provision of Obamacare, leaving some in the GOP saying they should just let a clean hike pass with mostly Democratic votes.