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Europe’s next crisis may be one of solvency – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

Sir, A critical mistake that the International Monetary Fund made in its initial handling of the 2010 Greek sovereign debt crisis was its failure to recognise that Greece had a solvency rather than a liquidity problem. In championing the creation of a European Monetary Fund …

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Trump Can Use Liquefied Natural Gas to Bolster Key Alliances. Here’s How.

The Trump administration has spoken adamantly about U.S. energy dominance. To outsiders, the phrase “energy dominance” may elicit fear and conjure images of Russian-like influence in using energy for political manipulation. The reality in this case, however, is just the opposite: American energy dominance will …

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With More Investment, Our Missile Defense System Could Be Truly Dependable

Thirty-three minutes. That’s all the time we’d have to respond to an incoming intercontinental ballistic missile from anywhere in the world. Roughly half an hour to avert disaster—if we’re lucky. Sure, that isn’t the most cheerful thought to entertain, especially at Christmas time. But with …

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College Republicans Say Conservative Speaker Was Treated ‘Unfairly’ at Southern New Hampshire University

Conservative activist Matt Walsh came to Southern New Hampshire University at the request of the SNHU College Republicans and the Young America’s Foundation, but Walsh and College Republicans believe his speech was not treated fairly. Walsh is a conservative columnist for the Daily Wire, a …

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The Classicist: Declining Character, Increasing Scandal

Blank Section (Placeholder)Analysis and Commentaryinterview with Victor Davis Hansonvia Hoover Daily ReportThe ClassicistWhat a spate of recent sex scandals tells us about the erosion of character amongst American elites. Continue Reading....

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Hollywood Gets Religion After Moore Defeat: ‘God Is a Black Woman’

After preaching at the world that thoughts and prayers were useless in tragedy, Hollywood has proven that yet again they are nothing but hypocrites. Continue Reading....

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NY Times: Criticize Reporters and ‘Fake News’? You’re Acting Like a Dictator

President Trump is attacking the media once again, and the New York Times is playing scared, and playing the “dictator” card. The front page of Wednesday’s Times featured Steven Erlanger in Brussels shaming Trump, and suggesting he’s somewhat responsible for foreign dictators acting like foreign …

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MSNBC on #MeToo: ‘Stand Up for Any Woman’, Just Not the Ones Who Accuse Dems

On Tuesday’s MSNBC Live with Katy Tur, former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson was brought on to talk about the significance of the #MeToo movement and its role in fostering the current climate of seemingly ubiquitous allegations of sexual misconduct allegations against a slew of …

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FreedomWorks Applauds House Judiciary’s Legislation to Stop Sex Trafficking

Following House Judiciary’s approval of the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA), FreedomWorks Chief Economist and Vice President of Research Wayne T. Brough release the following statement: “While finding ways to shut down and arrest wrongdoers is important, earlier efforts included broad language with the …

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Social Media Stains Nittany Lion Cubs

A pair of Penn State students are learning the hard way that social media makes it hard to grow up gracefully. “A Kuwaiti exchange student has apologized for anti-American comments that sparked social media outrage and a campus police investigation,” Mitchell Gunter reported in The …

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