The Palin Picks: Sarah's Candidates for 2010 The Palin Picks: Sarah's Candidates for 2010
Even Sarah Palin's harshest critics agree that the influence of the former Alaska governor and 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate has never been greater. While a large percentage of the American public hangs upon her every word, candidates vie fiercely for her endorsements. An appearance on the campaign trail is even more coveted. So far, her picks for the 2010 midterms have done well. Here’s a look at some of them.
The Tea Party Caucus Convenes First Meeting The Tea Party Caucus Convenes First Meeting
The newly formed congressional Tea Party Caucus made its debut Wednesday with 29 declared lawmakers in its inaugural class. They were joined by tea partyers from across the nation, who reaffirmed the grass-roots movement's principles of lower taxes, reduced spending, and smaller government. Here's a look at some of the more prominent members of the caucus.
Ronald Reagan: A Birthday Tribute Ronald Reagan: A Birthday Tribute
Ronald Reagan earned the moniker "The Great Communicator" thanks to his inspirational wit and wisdom. On this, the 98th anniversary of his birth, we've picked a dozen timeless quotes from our beloved 40th president. Even now, 20 years after his presidency, Reagan's words still ring with warmth, optimism, leadership, and pride in the American way.
Top 25 Radio Hosts Top 25 Radio Hosts
It's been said that all politics is local. If it hits you where you live, you want to be able to vote on it. Not to mention talk about it. So who's the Hannity of Houston, the Savage of Seattle, or the Limbaugh of Los Angeles? Newsmax decided to find out.
10 Memorable Moments in Presidential Inauguration History 10 Memorable Moments in Presidential Inauguration History
The Inaugural Address is every U.S. president's opportunity to set the tone for their administration, to chart new courses for the country, and to inspire the American people. Newsmax has compiled 10 of the most memorable moments from presidential inaugurations past. The timeless words of past presidents still have the power to move and inspire.
Obama's Gaffes and Gimmicks Obama's Gaffes and Gimmicks
President Barack Obama has delivered on his promise of real change in at least one respect: The volume of gaffes and miscues sputtering forth from his Oval Office is unprecedented. For those who just can’t wait to hear what the president’s teleprompter will say next, here’s a recap of the Obama gaffe machine’s most remarkable – and disturbing – utterances:
President Obama's First 100 Days President Obama's First 100 Days
As the opening act of Obama's fledgling presidency unfolded, the country — and the world — kept a close eye on the 44th president's every important move.
Newsmax Magazine Rates the Top 25 Most Uniquely American Cities And Towns Newsmax Magazine Rates the Top 25 Most Uniquely American Cities And Towns
Newsmax magazine commissioned Peter Greenberg, best-selling author and travel editor of NBC's Today show, to compile a list of the nation's most uniquely American communities. He sought out cities and towns that embody America's core values.
Berlin Wall Falls: 20 Years of Freedom Berlin Wall Falls: 20 Years of Freedom
History views Ronald Reagan´s challenge to Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on June 12, 1987, as the beginning of the end of the Berlin Wall. Although Reagan aides had qualms about his tough words, the president nonetheless proclaimed defiantly at Brandenburg Gate: If you seek peace . . . Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate. Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!
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