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Dems and Jewish Groups Pick Wrong Side on Omar-Tlaib

Should the Netanyahu government have barred “Squad” members and BDS advocates Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entering the country? Chattering classes in both countries quickly took sides.

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How to Tell if a Trump Supporter Is Racist

Every non-liberal leftist -- that is, nearly every Democrat running for president, New York Times and Washington Post columnist, CNN and MSNBC host, and your left-wing brother-in-law -- labels every Trump supporter and, of course, President Donald Trump,

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How Hard Can It Possibly Be For Democrats To Denounce Antifa? | Daily Wire

If an elected Republican refused to properly condemn a vile group of domestic terrorists that bears the faintest trace of purported relation to the political Right, one is left to ponder just how scathing and pervasive the media onslaught against the elec

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Victor Davis Hanson: Of Progressive Carnivores and Cannibals – American Greatness

The Obama-era Democratic Party bears little resemblance to the themes embraced just 11 years ago by Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton during the 2008 primaries.

The parameters of marriage, in Obama’s words “between a man and woman,” has now transmogrified

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The Left Has Managed To Mainstream Anti-Americanism

From the repudiation of the Fourth of July to calls for reparations, anti-Americanism that once was belonged to the far-left is now mainstream.

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A ‘Green Book’ for Conservatives? – American Greatness

Last year, an Oscar-winning movie made known to many of us what the “Green Book” was—a guidebook listing accommodations for the African American traveler during the days of Jim Crow segregation. 

Today, I fear, we may need a

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They Belong On the Mall: U.S. Armed Forces Are Defenders of Liberty, Not Tools of Oppression

Tanks on the Washington Mall? They aren't evidence of an impending military coup; they're a symbol of America's military and civilian awesomeness. A quick word on today's special guest star, the M1 Abrams Main Battle Tank, before we get to the really juic

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Why Nike's Capitulation To Kaepernick Matters

By bowing to Colin Kaepernick’s objections, Nike is helping to normalize the brittle sensitivities of social justice warriors.

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Of Course the Census Should Ask a Citizenship Question | The Heritage Foundation

It’s being described as a loss, but the Trump administration actually won a partial victory Thursday in the lawsuits filed to prevent the reinstatement of a citizenship question on the U.S. Census.

We need accurate information on our population — includi

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Prager: Clarity About Nationalism – American Greatness

In order to make arguments for nationalism, we have to define it.

The first definition in Merriam-Webster is "loyalty and devotion to a nation." But in a second paragraph, it adds, "especially: a sense of national consciousness exalting one nation above

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The Democrats Dangerous Derangement – American Greatness

America cannot continue as a republic without the acceptance that one party routinely will be turned out of office. Democrats no longer accept that bedrock principle of American liberty. They see themselves as the only party entitled to govern. “Trump Der

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Leftism Makes People Meaner: Reflections on the Torture of Paul Manafort | News and Politics

The sadistic treatment of Paul Manafort illustrates something I have believed since I attended graduate school in the 1970s and saw the behavior of left-wing students: Leftism makes people meaner. There are kind and mean conservatives and kind and mean li

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Mueller Just Proved His Entire Operation Was A Lawless Political Hit Job

As he showed at his press conference on Wednesday, Robert Mueller never cared about the rule of law. Instead, he turned it on its head just to get Trump.

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BOZELL & GRAHAM: Jeff Daniels And The Arrogance Of The Left

The actor Jeff Daniels is now the toast of Broadway for his leading role in the Southern civil rights tale "To Kill a Mockingbird," adapted for the stage by leftist screed-writer Aaron Sorkin. Harper Lee's book has been recalibrated for the Trump era.

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The Electoral College Is Under Assault. Here’s Why It’s Worth Saving.

It has never been clearer that the Electoral College is under systemic assault.

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The Conventional Wisdom About Millennial Suffering Is A Myth

Despite a sense of unearned victimhood, millennials haven't had it harder than those who came before them. In most ways, the opposite is true.

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With The 'Equality Act,' The Democratic Party Has Again Proven That It Is An Anti-Science, Anti-Woman Cult

On Friday, the House passed the Equality Act, which ostensibly outlaws "discrimination" based on sexual orientation or gender identity. Every Democrat voted in favor of the radical, anti-science bill.

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Joe Biden Should Apologize To Clarence Thomas, Not To Anita Hill

Even a favorable hearing in front of the world is not enough for a woman alleging that a man has sexually wronged her, we have to rewrite history.

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Hey, Democrats: Here’s the price I paid for your socialist dream

The house where I was born in Communist Cuba had a dirt floor, a bathroom hole-in-the-ground, which we shared with six other families, and a zinc roof that left us unbearably hot in the summer and shivering in the winter.

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How To Combat Our Culture’s Rampant Self-Supremacy Problem

The terms self-supremacy and self-supremacist capture the intent and the ultimate agenda of power elites. Self-supremacists are control freaks.

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Why The So-Called Equality Act Is A Bait-and-Switch Power Grab

The ‘Equality’ Act doesn’t protect anybody. It undermines human freedom and dignity by legally stripping Americans across the board of inalienable rights.

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HAMMER: The Mueller Report Amounts To A Democratic Oppo Research Document

For two years now, many in the right-leaning political/commentariat class have advanced the notion that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe, which began as a counter-intelligence i

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Time for Democrats to accept reality | TheHill

Democrats are out of credible narratives now that the special counsel has found no collusion.

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No Recriminations for the Real Collusion

The total exoneration of President Trump and his campaign has given his voters a few days of smiles and happy headlines, but not deep satisfaction. The claim that Donald Trump, his family, and his staff were traitors and Russian agents remains a sickening

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Why we should all be celebrating the collapse of Hillary’s big lie

The results of the probe by special counsel Robert Mueller are a tremendous vindication for President Trump and the many millions of Americans who never doubted his innocence. The findings prove, once and for all time, that he won the 2016 election fair a

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Attorney General's Letter: Unambiguously Good News for America | National Review

Americans should reject the conspiracy theories that have dominated parts of the Internet and too much of the media.

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MALKIN: Never Forget: CAIR's Dirty Deeds

The Council on American-Islamic Relations is having a banner month. The militant Muslim group never lets a crisis go to waste. That means Americans should beware. When unappeasable CAIR is ascendant, our free speech rights, religious liberty and national

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Captain Marvel's War on Women

Art imitates life, but to an even greater extent, life imitates art. Like culture and politics, the two are intertwined in an infinite feedback loop. Sometimes it’s hard to tell where one begins and the other ends.The latest addition to the wildly popul

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The College Admissions Scandal Proves Yet Again That ‘Higher Education’ Is A Giant Scam

As you’ve probably heard, a bunch of rich people have been charged with bribing college officials in order to get their children into various top universities.

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Tucker Carlson Must Not Be Silenced

Let’s be completely clear here. Nobody—least of all the leftwing mobs attacking Tucker Carlson right now—cares what he said on the radio a decade ago.

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Why The Democrats’ 'For the People Act' Is an Unconstitutional, Authoritarian Power Grab | National Review

The Republican-controlled Senate will almost certainly block Democrats' election-reform bill from becoming law.

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The false equivalence between ‘Islamophobia’ and anti-Semitism | Coffee House

I have been travelling in the Middle East for the last few weeks and slightly regret returning to the maelstrom of ancient animosities and unbridgeable sectarianism that is modern Britain. But in my…

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No, Your Politics And Morality Are Not Superior If Children Endorse Them

The only thing more insufferable than child activists prodded along by cynical cultists are adults nodding as if they are listening to Socratic wisdom.

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PRAGER: Explaining The Left, Part VI: Do Leftists Believe What They Say?

Truth is not a left-wing value. I first discovered this as a graduate student studying the Soviet Union and left-wing ideologies at the Russian Institute of Columbia University School of International Affairs. Everything I have learned since has confirmed

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Jussie Smollett and the Hard Lessons about Facts and Assumptions | National Review

As Jussie Smollett’s case enters its last act, the cracks in his initial story are further deepened, suggesting that what started as an alleged hate crime likely never happened.

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AOC: The Perfect Graduate of Today's Biased Colleges

Reforming our educational system is the most important mission of our time.

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Congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib Should Be Sanctioned — History Demands It

Executive director of the Palestine Right to Return Coalition Abbas Hamideh poses with Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) at a swearing-in …

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Publishing Stupid 'Hot Takes' Is Why We Can't Have National Discussions

Is there any American newsroom left that has the good sense not to publish outlandish hot takes on hot-button issues? Where?

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Andrew Sullivan: The Abyss of Hate Versus Hate

After the Covington debacle, it is clearer than ever: Liberal democracy is being dismantled before our eyes — by all of us.

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Factually Incorrect Cannot Be Morally Correct

A few weeks ago, the Fresh Face of the Democratic Party, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., gave one of the great defenses in the history of politics.

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Opinion | Teachers Unions Don’t Really Strike for ‘the Kids’

When the United Auto Workers walk off the job, no one pretends they care about car buyers.

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Opinion | Mike Pence: Venezuela, America Stands With You

It’s a humanitarian and economic crisis, but also a matter of regional security.

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The Right Should Reject Tucker Carlson’s Victimhood Populism | National Review

Carlson accurately identifies certain maladies, but they are maladies that public policy can’t cure.

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Republican Midterm Losses Did Not Diminish Trump | National Review

Midterm losses typically humble a sitting president of the United States, but Donald Trump is beyond humbling.

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Prager: What the Tree of Life Synagogue Massacre Means

The dishonest now have the Pittsburgh massacre to blame on Trump.

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Here’s why Hillary Clinton losing her security clearance matters for the rest of us

By overlooking and explaining away how Hillary Clinton treated government data, including classified information, and then covering up what Imran Awan allegedly did for years in the House, the mainstream media has done a massive disservice to the state of

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DNA Doesn’t Define Who We Really Are | National Review

Should we cast aside our family heritage because of a pie chart on a DNA test?

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Warren Is a Fraud. Here’s Why. | National Review

Without that ‘one drop,’ she was just another privileged white woman.

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National Review: Run, Hillary, Run

If Hillary Clinton runs for president in 2020, it will be the best possible thing for the GOP -- and the country.

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It didn't start with Merrick Garland: Trump should now nominate Miguel Estrada to the DC Circuit Court of Appeals

In addition to a political and judicial victory, Estrada’s re-nomination would also send a powerful message to Democrats that the way to victory isn’t smears, obstruction, or crazy tactics.

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Stop Apologizing for Our History | National Review

Today’s ill-informed critics of Churchill would be speaking German if he had not led the fight against Hitler.

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WALSH: Columbus SHOULD Be Celebrated. Here's Why. | Daily Wire

On this wonderful Columbus Day, please be sure to ignore the historically illiterate, preening dimwits who will spend their time screeching about a fictional version of history where Europeans were the first to introduce rape, pillage, and slavery to the

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Dennis Prager: Here's Why Leftists Feel Entitled To Ignore All Common Rules of Decency

Most liberals and conservatives abide by society’s rules of order and decency, most leftists do not feel bound to live by these same rules.

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Opinion | For Once, I’m Grateful for Trump - The New York Times

In the president, one big bully stands up to others.

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What Does Female Empowerment Mean? | National Review

What does female empowerment mean amid the Brett Kavanaugh controversy?

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After Kavanaugh’s Stand, Republicans Abandon Him at Their Peril | National Review

Brett Kavanaugh fought with passion, evidence, and compassion, and he united the conservative movement.

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WALSH: Kavanaugh Has Suffered Enough. End This Disgusting, Despicable Charade And Confirm Him. | Daily Wire

We have now heard from both the accuser and the accused in sworn testimony before a Senate committee. Both delivered emotional, compelling, credible opening statements. Only one presented any evidence. Only one has witnesses backing him up. Only one has a

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Why the Kavanaugh Smears Validate Trumpian Politics | National Review

The Trump phenomenon is impossible to gainsay.

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Belief Outweighs Truth in the Kavanaugh Hearings | National Review

When proof is subordinated to mere belief, the standard of evidence is reduced to whatever bolsters that belief.

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Do Democrats Really Believe Christine Blasey Ford Doesn’t Have to Prove Her Claims? | National Review

It sure seems that way.

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The Politicization Of The Kavanaugh Sexual Abuse Allegations Damages #MeToo

This week, Judge Brett Kavanaugh was hit with accusations of sexual abuse from Christine Blasey Ford, a professor at Palo Alto University.

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HIRSCHAUER: Maybe Senator Hirono Should Take Her Own Advice

With characteristic grace and restraint, Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI) responded Monday to the accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh by claiming that “men in this

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Whining Serena Williams Is Tennis' Hillary Clinton | RealClearPolitics

Whining Serena Williams Is Tennis' Hillary Clinton | RealClearPolitics

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WALSH: The Outrage Directed At Norm MacDonald Is Incredibly Stupid

The pitchfork mob has now set its sights on comedian Norm MacDonald. As MacDonald is known for being irreverent and politically incorrect, it was only a matter of time before he had his turn.

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Is Diversity Really Our Strength? | National Review

Every successful experiment in diversity requires commonality.

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An Open Letter to the NYT’s Anonymous Senior Trump Administration Official | National Review

For the good of the nation, the anonymous Trump administration senior official who claimed Trump is unfit for office in a NYT op-ed must identify himself, and back up his claims about the president with hard evidence.

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Why I'm boycotting Nike: Get woke and go broke

Nike should understand that sports represents the best of America, not the loudest and most divisive protester.

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How to Think about Privilege | National Review

Progressives misuse the term “white” as a catch-all for everything they dislike.

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Kimberley Strassel: Mueller's one-sided probe cannot be justified

The country has watched the FBI treat one presidential campaign with kid gloves, the other with informants, warrants and eavesdropping.

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WALSH: It's Time To Tear Down The Statues Of These Three Monstrous Liberal Heroes | Daily Wire

The Left was ecstatic this week when "protestors" (read: criminal vandals) toppled a Confederate statue on the campus of University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.

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Dennis Prager: Explaining the Left: Part II

The governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, did Americans a favor last week.

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Andrew Cuomo Was Never That Great | National Review

Try as he might to convince us otherwise, New York’s shape-shifting governor remains a failure.

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Millennial Socialism: Stupid, Evil, or Both? - Kurt Schlichter

Congratulations, oh most insufferable of generations – against all odds and confounding the experts, you have still somehow managed to make yourselves even more annoying. Apparently, the hep new jive among your tiresome cohort is “Democratic Socialism,” resurrecting a poisonous nineteenth-century political death cult and putting a kicky new spin on it to make it palatable for the suckers. It’s the political equivalent of hipsters who insist vinyl records are superior because they didn’t grow up forced to crank their tunes on that miserable format.

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The Problem of Identity Politics and Its Solution

To combat identity politics, we must emphasize an American nationalism based on both a commitment to the ideals of the American Founding and a shared love of our national history and culture.

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Explaining American Leftists: Part I | National Review

The combination of affluence and secularism produces boredom as surely as the combination of hydrogen and oxygen produces water.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is Generation Know-Nothing’s Perfect Representative

It’s not what Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doesn’t know that gets her into trouble; it’s what she knows for sure that just ain’t so.

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Yes, We Should Fight for Montenegro | National Review

If the NATO alliance cracks, then Europe takes a giant step back to the great-power politics of the past, which led Americans to fight in unimaginably brutal European wars. If it endures, peace prevails.

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Scarlett’s white flag will only make outrage mob smell blood

“I believe that all artists should be considered equally and fairly.” So said Scarlett Johansson, after withdrawing from “Rub and Tug,” a film in which she had been cast to play Dante Tex Gil…

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What’s Wrong with the Idea of ‘Free’ College? | National Review

Tennessee lures students into the state’s community colleges with free tuition — what’s wrong with that?

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The United Nations’ Patently Ridiculous Report on American Poverty by Nikki Haley

It is unnecessary, politically biased, factually wrong, and a waste of U.S. taxpayer dollars.

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PRAGER: If We're Nazis, Expect More Violence

Because of the ever-descending moral and intellectual state of the mainstream news media, there has been no outcry against the leftists who call President Donald Trump and all Americans who support him Nazis. Indeed, members of the media now regularly do

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Max Boot’s Crazed Take-Down Of Republicans Demonstrates Full-Scale Trump Derangement Syndrome

On Independence Day, former conservative columnist Max Boot wrote in the pages of The Washington Post that it was time for conservatives to dump the Republican Party. Why? Because, in Boot’s words, “You used to belong to a conservative party with a wh

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No, It's Not Silly To Call Out Socialist Hypocrisy

On Thursday, Washington Post columnist Elizabeth Bruenig took on the problem of limousine liberalism – by defe

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Shapiro: How Trump Haters End Up Helping Trump

“Trump is a Nazi.” “Trump is ruining America.” “Trump supporters are Nazis who are ruining America.” It’s difficult to live in Los Angeles without hearing

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Justice Kennedy Retires, and the Legal and Political Ramifications Are Immense | National Review

The next few months may well define the Supreme Court for a generation — and help decide who controls Congress. Buckle up. It’s going to be a wild ride.

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HIRSCHAUER: They Hate Sarah Sanders Because They Hate You

The most obvious illogic embedded in Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ show trial on the premises of a Virginia restaurant is, of course, that the actors cheering this as a heroic act of #Resistance are the

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George Will: The Charles Krauthammer I knew

When he was asked how to become a columnist, Charles Krauthammer would say, with characteristic drollery, "First, you go to medical school."

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Trump Opponents Keep Comparing Trump Immigration Policy To Nazi Policy. Read A Damn Book, You Idiots.

In the latest in a spate of nutty posts linking an Obama-era Ninth Circuit court decision to Nazism, former CNN host Soledad O’Brien tweeted that America is on the brink of a Nazi takeover:

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Moral Cowardice: Why This Should Be Google's New Slogan

If it were to be true to its values, Google should have changed its slogan from "Don't be evil" to "Don't fight evil."

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Why the Left Won't Call Anyone 'Animals' - The Dennis Prager Show

If you want to understand the moral sickness at the heart of leftism, read the first paragraph of the most recent column by Washington Post columnist E. J. Dionne: "It's never right to call other human beings 'animals.' It's not something we should e

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Why Senators are failing the religious test for office | TheHill

Nominees should not be forced into defending or abandoning their religious convictions, regardless of how antiquated one senator finds such beliefs.

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PRAGER: Whatever The Left Touches It Ruins

The only way to save Western civilization is to convince more people that leftism — not liberalism — is a nihilistic force. Quite literally, whatever the left touches it ruins. So, here is a partial listing of the damage done by the left and the Democ

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Why does California hate free speech?

California’s legislature is poised to approve one of the most serious attacks against freedom of speech ever contemplated in U.S. history this week. Assembly Bill 2943 is legislation that would place that state in an Orwellian society by banning books,

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Why The Ignorant Parkland Kids Don't Speak for Their Dead Classmates

It’s incredibly annoying to be lectured to by high school kids because the fact of the matter is that very few of them know anything about anything. Why would they? They’re kids. Somebody else feeds them, puts a roof over their heads and pays their bi

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WALSH: The Rules Of #MeToo Are Clear. Women Can Sexually Harass Whomever They Want.

According to the media, Katy Perry "gave an American Idol contestant his first kiss" during his audition this week. "He kissed a girl and he liked it," beamed People Magazine. The two were "flirting," according to TMZ. "Lucky guy," said many internet comm

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Intersectionality: Religion for Deep-Blue America | National Review

Intersectionality and Moral Therapeutic Theism are the new religions of post-Christian America.

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Every Single Government Authority Failed In Parkland. And They Expect Americans To Forfeit Our Self-Defense Rights To Them?

On Thursday night, the American public learned two bombshell pieces of information regarding the Parkland, Florida mass shooting.

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Gun Control Advocates Parade Grieving Teens Who Make Simplistic Pleas | National Review

If we can turn children into our decision-makers, we can infantilize our politics down to simplistic statements like “you’re either with us or against us” on preventing school shootings.

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Dear Gay Olympians, We Get It, You're Gay, Get Over It

Dear Gay Olympians, We Get It, You’re Gay, Get Over It

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Alabama Conservatives Made Their Stand | National Review

While Roy Moore may have lost, Conservatism may have won ...

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Why ‘Indigenous Peoples' Day’ Is Far Worse Than Columbus Day

If we really want to commemorate horrifying, unspeakable violence and oppression in the Americas, I’ve got the perfect holiday: ‘Indigenous Peoples' Day.’

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Robin Smith: Why Columbus Day Is Worth Celebrating

But if you live in any number of “enlightened” progressive cities, today is “Indigenous Peoples’ Day.”

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The Left’s Dictator Envy

The more you learn about Kim Jong-un, the scarier things get. Don’t tell that to Chelsea Handler, however ...

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Science & Belief -- Climate Change & Sexual Orientation Identification Technology | National Review

The whole “science denier” canard is a weapon wielded by people who often harbor their own doubts about the scientific consensus ...

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The RINO Hunters Become the Hunted

As Donald Trump sides with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer over their Republican counterparts, one of his allies lobs a telling insult at a movement conservative.

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My Party Is in Denial About Donald Trump

We created him, and now we're rationalizing him. When will it stop?

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Why Have Jewish Organizations Been Silent About Otto Warmbier's Death? – Tablet Magazine

Otto Warmbier, an American student at the University of Virginia—who was active in Hillel and who went on Birthright, where he received a Hebrew name—died yesterday after being arrested and tortured by North Korea. You’d think that the cluster of ha

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The left’s misguided obsession with ‘cultural appropriation’

In July 1954, a 19-year-old Memphis truck driver recorded at Sun Studio the song “That’s All Right.” When a local disc jockey promised to play it, the truck driver tuned his parents’ radio to the station and went to a movie.

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Trump’s Order on Refugees: Mostly Right on Substance, Wrong on Rollout

The instant backlash to Trump's executive order on refugees is the result more of knee-jerk emotion than a sober assessment of Trump’s policy.

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Trump Is Already Ditching His Movement

Donald Trump is already abandoning the movement that propelled him to the White House.

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Why The Victim Mentality Kills

Take a good look at the Facebook post of the Ohio State University attacker.

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Trump and BDS are symptoms of the same illness | Fred Maroun

Despite living at a time when immensely more information is available at our fingerprints than ever before, and even......

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Americans Want To Elect Mommy Or Daddy. That's a Problem. | Daily Wire

Americans want to elect Daddy or Mommy.
 
 That's what this election has become. It hasn't been about competing or contrasting visions of government. It hasn't been about rooting out corruption in Washington or bringing change to the syste

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Supreme Court -- Merrick Garland: Republicans’ Nomination Blocking Is Indefensible

The Republican party’s incoherent response to the Supreme Court vacancy is a partisan reflex in search of a justifying principle. The multiplicity of Republican rationalizations for their refusal to even consider Merrick Garland radiates insincerity.

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Donald Trump & Republican Establishment -- ‘Burn It Down’ Suicide

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Donald Trump 2016 -- Voters Should Be Above "Burning the System Down"

After a depressing weekend of political violence, and cries of “go back to Africa” and “go to f***ing Auschwitz”, it’s time to bury that rallying cry of immature rage, “Burn it down!”

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Donald Trump: Culture Rot Created Him

A few years back, I began reliving, in reverse, the most treasured part of my upbringing. On sunny summer Sundays, my son, age seven and falling in love with baseball, would curl up next to me on the couch to watch the game.

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Dear Trump Fan, So You Want Someone To ‘Tell It Like It Is’? OK, Here You Go.

Dear Donald Trump Fan, I'm going to tell you the truth, friend. You say you want the truth. You say you want someone who speaks boldly and brashly and bluntly and

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Dear Democrats, Please Stop Insulting Our Intelligence on Judicial Nominations

Does any sentient human being believe that if the Democrats had the Senate majority in the final year of a conservative president’s second term – and Justice Ginsburg’s seat came open — that they would approve any nominee from that president?

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Republicans Fighting Leftism: Conservatives must identify their ideological foe

American conservatives are rightfully annoyed with the Obama administration, and Democrats generally, for refusing to name radical Islam or Islamism as the major source of terror it is.

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President Obama's latest pathetic speech on terror

President Obama tried yet again Sunday night to convince the nation he’s serious about fighting terror, and, as usual, proved the opposite. Days after the San Bernardino attack, he finally called i...

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Liberalism’s Imaginary Enemies

In The Wall Street Journal, Global View columnist Bret Stephens writes about liberalism’s imaginary enemies. In Paris, it’s easier to battle a climate crisis than confront jihadists on the streets.

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No, George Bush Is Not to Blame for the Paris Attacks | National Review Online

Is there a statute of limitations for blaming George W. Bush for the world’s ills? This weekend, in the aftermath of the Paris attacks, the Huffington Post ran yet another piece repeating leftist conventional wisdom that Bush created ISIS with his disastrous Iraq invasion, that Obama’s missteps were minor by comparison, and oh, by the way, those who supported the Iraq invasion should just shut up.

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Krauthammer: Obama’s phony war

The president is more interested in fighting Republicans than the Islamic State.

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Top 5 Reasons Why Obama’s ‘ISIS’ Press Conference Cemented His Legacy as a Coward.

sharp line being drawn today between Hollande saying this changes everything and Obama saying no it doesn't — Philip Gourevitch (@PGourevitch) November 16, 2015

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Bill O’Reilly makes a mess of history - The Washington Post

The truth has already caught up with him. Were the lungs the seat of wisdom, Fox News host Bill O’Reilly would be wise, but they are not and he is not. So it is not astonishing that he is doubling down on his wager that the truth cannot catch up with him. It has, however, already done so.

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Political Correctness Has Peaked | National Review Online

If you’re Social Justice Warrior, you’re a liar. You actively spread absurd falsehoods about the nature of men, women, sex, and culture that can’t withstand even the slightest scrutiny. You change history and conceal facts to fit preferred narratives, even when it costs human lives.

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John Boehner, A True Conservative Statesman | The Daily Caller

It will be important for the next Speaker to keep in mind that we can take the country forward with strong leadership

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Don’t Know Much About History: Another Fake Rubio Scandal - WSJ

“He’s rarely been in the headlines, but Marco Rubio has had a fantastic couple of months,” David Leonhardt of the New York Times observed Monday afternoon on Twitter. “Partly because of the headlines,” we rejoined, with a link to our June 9 column, which discussed the Times’s feeble efforts to find scandal in Rubio’s wife’s traffic tickets and in the Rubio family’s past financial struggles.

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How Ahmed’s clock became a false, convenient tale of racism | New York Post

When is America going to get serious about the problem of white kids getting suspended from school for nothing? By now you’ve heard the story of Ahmed Mohamed, crowned by...

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Europe Is Making a Fatal Mistake | RealClearPolitics

Allowing millions of Syrians and others from the Muslim Middle East into Europe will end up a catastrophe for Europe, and therefore for the West. This may be the most difficult sentence I have ever...

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Andrew Breitbart and Michelle Malkin warned conservatives about The Donald | RedState

The rise of The Donald has been remarkable. He is, it seems, supported by conservative Republicans and independents. At least that is the what they claim to be. He is supported by people who impose strict litmus tests on politicians-ready to denounce them

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Cecil the Lion -- Human Rights Matter Too | National Review Online

The uproar over the killing of a lion named Cecil in Zimbabwe by an American dentist, Dr. Walter Palmer, is further proof that secular society inevitably produces moral confusion.

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World inspection didn't stop Syria's chemical weapons use - why would Iran be different? - Opinion - Haaretz

The CIA belatedly concluded that Assad has been cheating on his agreement to disband Syria's chemical weapons stash. There's no reason to believe the international community will do better in Iran.

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1938 and 2015: Only the Names Are Different - Dennis Prager

We say that evil is dark. But this metaphor is imprecise. Evil is actually intensely bright, so painfully bright that people look away from it. Many even deny its existence. Why? Because once people acknowledge evil’s existence, they know they have to c

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We Aren’t the World | The Weekly Standard

Read conservative news, blogs and opinion about Foreign Policy, Global, Iran, Iran Deal, Matthew Continetti, Obama, President, Foreign policy and global from The Weekly Standard, the must read magazine available in online edition.

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Iran Deal: we could have imagined - The Washington Post

Congress needs to act in order to rob the deal of its domestic legitimacy.

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Why The Iran Nuclear Deal Paves the Way for Iranian Empire

How the Iranian nuclear deal will embolden Iran and create the conditions in which a regional Iranian empire can be realized.

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Imminent, Dreadful Iran Nuclear Deal Must Be Stopped

THE NEGOTIATIONS over Iran's efforts to develop nuclear weapons are about to be completed. This will trigger one of the most important congressional debates in American history. From all that we now know the agreement will set off a chain reactio

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Sorry, Everyone, America Isn’t That Racist

It’s called “proof by example,” and it happens all the time. We take one event and point to it as evidence of a trend or, even worse, a universal fact—a dog attacked my child, therefore all dogs are vicious and should be put down. Despite its popularity,

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Fracking, with care, brings big benefits: Our view

Fracking — the practice of cracking open underground oil and gas formations with water, sand and chemicals — has rescued U.S. energy production from a dangerous decline. Any debate about banning it should take a hard look at what that would cost the nation and at facts that aren't always part of the discussion.

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Time for the States to Declare Independence From the Federal Government - Breitbart

One hundred and fifty years after the end of the Civil War, it is becoming increasingly clear that there are two Americas—one where the principles of constitutionally limited government and individual liberty are still revered, the other where statism a

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GREENFIELD: America's Black Racist Hypocrisy | Truth Revolt

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. Over twenty years ago, five young Latino women were among the seven victims of a fire. They were in their late teens and early twentie

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The Formal End to Judeo-Christian America - Dennis Prager

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on the redefinition of marriage seals the end of America as the Founders envisioned it. From well before 1776 until the second half of the 20th century, the moral values of the United States were rooted in the Bible a

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MALKIN: The Media's Vile Attacks on Conservative Assimilationists | Truth Revolt

I have had enough of smug liberal elites wrapped in their "Celebrate Diversity" banners tearing down minority conservatives. Look in the mirror, media and academia bigots. Your own reflexive racism and divisive rhetoric are poisoning public disc

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America's post-Constitutional culture | Fox News

The Supreme Court's latest ObamaCare decision cements the role of the Court as the Executive Branch’s lap dog in the protection of government power.

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A National Tragedy and a Partisan Response | Truth Revolt

Why do black lives only seem to matter when white people take them? Why does the president of the United States think it’s proper to take a horrible racial tragedy in Charleston, South Carolina as an excuse to bash America as the violence capital of the

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The Left’s ‘Microaggression’ Obsession Is Indicative of Its Micro-totalitarian Tendencies | National Review Online

Professors at the University of California at Berkeley have been officially warned against saying such things as “America is the land of opportunity.” Why? Because this is considered to be an act of “microaggression” against minorities and women.

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Left-Right Differences -- The Left Rejects Painful Truths | National Review Online

Here’s a difference between Left and Right that is rarely noted despite the fact that it is at least as important as any other and even explains many of the other differences.

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As ISIS brutalizes women, a pathetic feminist silence

Oh, how the feminist movement has lost its way. And the deafening silence over ISIS’s latest brutal crimes makes that all too clear. Fifty years ago, American women launched a liberation campaign f...

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American Imperialism FTW | Washington Free Beacon

The rest of the world loves to whinge and moan about U.S. aggression—until it needs something done, of course. And then they're happy we haven't given in to the reigning international order like the rest of the failed imperial powers out there.

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The Danger Of The Campus Crusaders - NYTimes.com

Well-intentioned moral fervor on campuses today often slides into a dangerous type of zealotry.

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There's No 'Gender Pay Gap', But Here Are 11 Reasons Why There Should Be - Breitbart

The “gender pay gap” is one of the most persistent myths put about by feminists and social justice warriors. It has been comprehensively debunked: in the UK and US, women in their 30s are actually paid more than men for the same

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MALKIN: Who Built the Brooklyn Bridge? | Truth Revolt

How many times have you heard President Obama and his minions pat themselves on the back for their noble "investments" in "roads and bridges"? Without government infrastructure spending, we're incessantly reminded, we wouldn't be able

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To Defend a Position, You Must Understand Both Sides | National Review Online

Most Americans hold either liberal or conservative positions on most matters. In many instances, however, they would be hard pressed to explain their position or the position they oppose.

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No, Calling the Baltimore Rioters ‘Thugs’ Does Not Make You a Racist | National Review Online

I was going to write about the latest Clinton stuff but, frankly, I can’t muster the energy. I feel like I’m taking crazy pills.

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No holds barred: President Bush redux - Opinion - Jerusalem Post

Hearing former president George W. Bush speak on Saturday night at the Republican Jewish Coalition in Las Vegas sent me into a nostalgic reverie. The president was in top form, speaking lucidly and compellingly about the threat from Iran and Islamic State. So this is what it’s like to hear a world leader speak about evil with moral conviction. Oh yes, I remember this.

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The Corker Bill Isn’t a Victory — It’s a Constitutional Perversion, by Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review

As the Framers knew, we are unlikely to outgrow human nature. So what happens when we decide we’ve outgrown a Constitution designed to protect us from human nature’s foibles?

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Liberals Are the New McCarthyites—and They're Proud of It

It was just over 60 years ago that the tactics of Senator Joseph McCarthy were repudiated when he was censured by the Senate in December 1954. Ever since then, McCarthyism — the reckless hurling of accusations at adversaries so as to destroy their reputations — has been considered one of the lowest forms of political behavior and one liberals love to crusade against.

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Black Hats and White Hats

With elections upon us, a return to the Evil-Man Theory of Everything. American governance is complex – even its subcomponents are so complex that the well-meaning people who are handsomely paid to manage them throw up their hands in despair, e.g. IRS agents who freely admit that there are too many changes in the tax code – an average of more than one per day – for them to keep up with.

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Hillary Clintons Candidacy Is Depressing

She has accomplished nothing, but she’s a woman (who’s a liberal), and that’s all that matters to the Left.

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MEDVED: For California, Gay Astronaut Beats Sainthood | Truth Revolt

Which Californian represents the state’s splendor and greatness most appropriately;  the Catholic saint who founded nine settlements that grew into major cities or a recently deceased astronaut who completed two missions on the space shuttle? Does the

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America's Decay Is Speeding Up - Dennis Prager

As one who loves America — not only because I am American, but even more so because I know (not believe, know) that the American experiment in forming a decent society has been the most successful in history — I write the following words in sadness...