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A couple points about this stupid, public, media-fueled feud by two people who should know better and are undermining their boss and father-in-law in the... [Read More]
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Whenever anyone thinks of economic success stories, Latin America doesn't exactly leap to mind. For the most part, modern Latin American economies have been characterized... [Read More]
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The Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings on Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch were a week-long tutorial on the separation of powers under our Constitution.... [Read More]
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Josh Rogin is one of the mainstream media's scribbling scribes who wouldn't be caught dead praising President Donald Trump, not even faintly. That would get... [Read More]
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In 2012, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed a series of tax cuts for individuals and businesses. As described by Conservative Review's Chris Pandolfo, policymakers dropped... [Read More]
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Two verses of the college song, Fair Harvard, are sung traditionally as the university's alma mater on entrance and departure from the college. The last lines... [Read More]
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Few experiences capture the awfulness of life in post-Christian America more vividly than a trip to the airport. It is a toss-up as to who... [Read More]
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Washington It looks like former Obama Administration National Security Advisor Susan Rice will get a reprieve. With all the hullabaloo from last week's military action... [Read More]
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Police officers dragged a doctor off a plane because United overbooked a flight and needed to get a flight crew to another city. No one... [Read More]
Has ESPN finally seen the light? ESPN, the premier sports network that at the height of its power and influence decided to infuse politics into... [Read More]
In 1985 I spent 13 days in Russia — then officially the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.), but which I will call Russia for... [Read More]
So there we were commentating away on CNN last Thursday night. There was a commercial break and a different segment that had we commentator-types excused... [Read More]
We start to see again why Madeleine Albright, when she was Secretary of State, called America "the indispensable nation." It was because back then, and... [Read More]
The Federal Reserve Bank, also known as "The Fed," was created in 1913 to regulate the banks and to ensure a stable dollar. The Fed... [Read More]
Americans finally have a real chance to "clean up the mess in Washington." That's the implication of the news that the Arizona legislature has called... [Read More]
One-third of President Donald Trump's Cabinet-level picks — eight out of 24 — are people who have served in the military. [Read More]
For all the obsession in Washington and in college faculty lounges over income inequality, why isn't there more outrage over government policies that exacerbate the... [Read More]
The situation right after the Tomahawks destroyed the Syrian air force on the ground appears to be that the Soviets, excuse me, the Russians, made... [Read More]
President Trump's cruise missile strike on Syria last Thursday night is being thoroughly misread at home and abroad. That's entirely understandable, because the president apparently... [Read More]
Dear Mr. President, As a supporter of yours since Day One, I feel the need to write to you. Stay true to populist nationalism, sir.... [Read More]
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