Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror the Washington Examiner. Lots of sizzling reading today!

Barney Frank slams the revolving door shut

Examiner Editorial

"In coming days, this newspaper will ask every other committee chairman and ranking minority member to take the Frank Pledge and promise to keep staffers-turned-lobbyists away from their committees."

On the president's popularity plunge

Hugh Hewitt, Examiner Columnist

"This utter lack of graciousness from the Oval Office won't increase the dismal 34 percent approval the president gets on health care."

The Catholic quandary

Bill O'Reilly, Examiner Columnist

"Believe me, I saw so many loons in my Catholic school days that I should be a Buddhist. But it is the theology, not the church leadership, that keeps me in the fold."

Foreign thinking missing in foreign policy

James Jay Carafano, Examiner Columnist

"As the U.S. deterrent shrinks, others will step up -- not down. The president arms control 'road' is more likely to lead to a new arms race, rather than to 'zero.'"

Obama is no Mandela

Mark Hemingway, Examiner Columnist

"The media would rather report shallow observations about the president they find reassuring than the facts that would make their readers uncomfortable."

Banning prayer in schools hurts public morality

Gregory Kane, Examiner Colunmist

"I've listened to black senior citizens for years who swear that America went to hell in a handbasket once God or any mention of God was kicked out of public schools, with condoms being let in a short time later."