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We're coming to the point, and rapidly, in which it's safe to absorb any national-media narrative about a given event with a healthy dose of... [Read More]
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Global warming has been characterized by its critics (and occasionally by followers like Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono) as a religious movement. While this is correct,... [Read More]
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Your fearless debate correspondent here, to tell you that once again, you missed nothing. And by nothing,  I mean an empty cavernous negative space of... [Read More]
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When the U.S. House of Representatives voted to reauthorize the Export–Import Bank last week, special interests got their way in the swamp that is Washington.... [Read More]
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apparently - stop selling the mainstream, affordable version of the Golf hatchback next year, leaving only the high-performance GTI and Golf R versions on the... [Read More]
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No matter how much political ideologies may differ, many face a familiar division over tactics. Is it better to be a loud radical demanding bold... [Read More]
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Sacramento Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, the San Diego Democrat who authored a landmark labor law (Assembly Bill 5), apparently is one of the most intelligent people... [Read More]
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The big three networks have been dutifully airing the impeachment hearings since last week, but CBS's move on Tuesday to truncate its coverage suggests that... [Read More]
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Washington I have just read a book that is very engaged in the challenges of our time. It is very informed and thoughtful. It is... [Read More]
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A Knight's Tale is a fun movie, not a great one, but it has one undeniably great moment. The film takes its title from "The... [Read More]
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Judge Jeanine Pirro is one smart lawyer — one who has turned out a second bestseller that catches the Left dead to rights. That bestseller... [Read More]
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It's not like I've ever met or even spoken with Nancy Pelosi, Jerry Nadler, or Adam Schiff. But I can say with supreme confidence that... [Read More]
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In The Tyranny of Virtue: Identity, the Academy, and the Hunt for Political Heresies, Robert Boyers notes that "fanatics incensed by what they take to... [Read More]
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As they prepared finally to exit the national scene, Obama and John Kerry thought they were sticking it to Israel one last time when they... [Read More]
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There are large historical differences between America's two major political parties in how they choose their presidential nominees. Consider this: Since 1952, there have been... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump has been relying on well-timed tweets to counter developments in the House impeachment inquiry. Perhaps Trump should follow the approach of the... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump met with Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell on Monday. "Just finished a very good & cordial meeting at the White House with... [Read More]
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As Benjamin Franklin was leaving the Constitutional Convention, he was asked, "What have you given us?" He answered, "A republic, if you can keep it."... [Read More]
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Something is going very wrong for the Democrats in their impeachment drama. It was supposed to play out like the Nixon Watergate hearings. Each day... [Read More]
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Anyone following the increasingly desperate Democratic impeachment effort will by now be aware that they have exchanged the term "quid pro quo" for "bribery" and... [Read More]
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