Kartel Policy – A through M

Trump, Moon to Talk North Korea Strategy

President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have common ground in dismantling North Korea’s nuclear program, according to the White House, even if the two leaders meeting Thursday at the White House seem to have a different goals for doing so. Moon, who …

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Paris to Build a ‘Wall’ Around Eiffel Tower as Terrorism Becomes Mundane in Europe

Americans are still waiting for a border wall, but France is set to get a wall of their own by the end of the year. Unlike the American iteration, this barrier won’t be erected on the French border. It’s set to surround the Eiffel Tower …

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Support the Audit the Pentagon Act, H.R. 3079

On behalf of our activist community, I urge you to contact your representative and urge him or her to cosponsor the Audit the Pentagon Act, H.R. 3079, introduced by Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) and cosponsored by several House conservatives, including Reps. Justin Amash (R-Mich.), Andy …

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Schools Stuck in 1970s

Before he passed away, Cato Institute policy analyst Andrew Coulson had one more cogent piece of analysis to pass on to us in the form of a documentary PBS is airing. Veteran journalist John Stossel has the story. “(E)ducational quality has been stuck in the …

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Title IX Sex Education

Mark Zunac, who teaches English at the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater, took the mandatory “sexual assault training” at his university and found it a great big time suck. For example, “We were provided with dictionary definitions of things like quid pro quo, along with …

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Pro-Life Group Claims Twitter Has ‘Suppressed’ Its Message

A pro-life group is claiming Twitter has “suppressed” its ads. Live Action, a nonprofit organization founded by Lila Rose to promote the end of abortion, released a statement Tuesday about its clashes with the social media giant. Twitter censorship accusations have been growing increasingly frequent …

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Doctor: Insurance Wouldn’t Pay for Patients’ Treatments, But Offered Assisted Suicide

Dr. Brian Callister, a doctor in Reno, Nevada, says he had two patients recently who both needed life-saving treatments. “Not palliative care, not hospice, these would have been curative procedures.” One patient, he said, was from California, and the other was from Oregon, which both …

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Restricting Steel Imports Would Hurt Our Allies, Not China

The Trump administration’s investigation of steel imports as a possible national security concern is the latest in a line of aggressive actions designed to boost the economy. The target of the so-called Section 232 probe is, in large part, imports into the U.S. from China. In …

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Making Congress And America Work Again

Blank Section (Placeholder)interview with Robert Portman via Uncommon KnowledgeSenator Rob Portman on passing legislation to get the economy going and the United States back on track. Continue Reading....

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The Islamist Minotaur

Image credit: Barbara Kelleyvia Defining IdeasLacking courage, the West placates its existential foe with human offerings.  Continue Reading....

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