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FULL TRANSCRIPT: Ambassador Nathan A. Sales on the State Department's Role in Countering Violent Extremism

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Could Trump Administration Help Take Obamacare Down?

The Trump administration is siding with a court case that says the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) is unconstitutional. The lawsuit from a coalition of state attorneys general and two governors says Congress’ decision to repeal the individual mandate penalty in ObamaCare makes the healthcare law illegal. “It’s …

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New AMC Feminist Series: ‘Men Would Rather Destroy The World’ Than Let Women 'Rule It'

AMC’s new series Dietland got off to a less-than-admirable start in last week’s premiere with its introduction of a murderous feminist group. It looks like it’s only going downhill from there. Now the show is digging deeper by proclaiming women are perpetual victims to violent, …

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CNN Host Fears Trump Is Too Jetlagged to Know What He’s Doing

When the two leaders were just a couple of hours from meeting each other, the liberal media were grasping at straws to find some way to attack and discredit the summit. On Monday’s (U.S. time) edition of CNN’s OutFront, host Erin Burnett was so desperate …

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Boot Discards Trump-Kim Summit as Something ‘Any Previous President Could Have’ Done

CNN global affairs analyst and anti-Trump Republican Max Boot has had a rough day with this Trump-Kim summit. So, it was natural for him to repeatedly dismiss the Singapore gathering on Monday’s CNN Tonight as something that “any previous president could have done” and it …

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Supreme Court Gives States the Green Light to Clean Up Voter Rolls

Can a state take reasonable steps to ensure the accuracy of its voter rolls by removing people who have left the jurisdiction? On Monday, by a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court answered “yes,” affirming an Ohio law allowing for the removal of voters who have …

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6 Big Questions About What Comes After the Trump-Kim Meeting

Amid intense attention to the historic meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, optimists and skeptics alike have questions about the next step. The two leaders’ meeting in Singapore was not expected to reach a major breakthrough. Secretary of State …

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From Tolerance to Celebration: How Corporations Impose Sexual Orthodoxy

June is Pride Month for many lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans, and popular fashion retailer J. Crew has collaborated with the Human Rights Campaign to create a clothing collection to support the “fight for equality.” The clothing includes adult and children’s socks, T-shirts, and …

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Pardon My Skepticism

In his prime tweeting time, bright and early last Monday, President Trump proclaimed: “Numerous legal scholars?” I harrumphed to myself: “come on.” Given that no president has ever been crazy enough to try it, the self-pardon is a novel question of constitutional law. When I …

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Know Neither Your Enemy Nor Yourself—The Lessons of Vietnam

Image credit: Poster Collection, INT 446, Hoover Institution Archives. via Military History in the NewsThe sage, albeit overly quoted, wisdom of the ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu still applies in modern warfare: “Know your enemy and know yourself, find naught in fear for 100 battles. …

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