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Podcast: The Week in Review, Plus an Interview With Rep. Louie Gohmert on Comey and Mueller

On today’s edition of The Daily Signal podcast, Rob Bluey and Ginny Montalbano review the week’s top news. We feature an exclusive interview with Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, who spoke to us about former FBI Director James Comey’s new book, special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, …

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South Dakota Republicans Push for Higher Taxes

President Donald Trump may have spearheaded a large tax cut late last year, but two members of his party apparently prefer that Americans pay more. In two different battlegrounds, South Dakota Republicans are leading the charge to increase the ability of tax collectors to reach …

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Unstable Majorities

Blank Section (Placeholder)featuring Morris P. Fiorinavia Hoover DigestDemocratic and Republican lawmakers are farther removed from each other than ever—but they’re also farther removed from the views of most ordinary voters. Hoover fellow Morris P. Fiorina explores this hollow political center. Continue Reading....

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Conservatives, Populism, and the Future

Blank Section (Placeholder)via Hoover DigestThe populist uproar is understandable but dangerous. It can be harnessed. Continue Reading....

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Fifty Shades of Red

Blank Section (Placeholder)via Hoover DigestConservatives have always had their differences. Uniting them in this fractious age means reconciling two things: freedom and tradition. Continue Reading....

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Were The Parkland Kids A Community Organized?

The country’s most famous community organizer just gave them his blessing. “Seared by memories of seeing their friends murdered at a place they believed to be safe, these young leaders don’t intimidate easily,” former President Obama stated in an essay which appeared in Time. “They …

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LGBT Activist goes to Harvard, Interprets Bible as Approving of Monogamous, Gay Relationships

Matthew Vines, a “queer rights activist,” spoke at Harvard University and interpreted the Bible differently than Christian and Jewish biblical scholars on monogamous, heterosexual relationships. Vines claimed current orthodox Christian interpretations of sexual morality, such as approving monogamous heterosexual relationships, have “done unfathomable harm and …

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Student Government Puts CRs on I.C.E., I.C.E. Baby

At the University of California at Merced. “The College Republicans at the University of California, Merced advertised their club last month with signs that read ‘I.C.E. I.C.E. Baby’ and provided the phone number for Immigration and Customs Enforcement,” Liz Wolfe writes on the Reason.com blog. …

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BP and the Earth Day prayers of the rent-seeking corporation – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

Earth Day is upon us yet again, and it is difficult not to notice its transformation into a vehicle for corporate virtue signaling: Full-page ads in national and local print media, yielding a revenue stream for which the newspapers and magazines are sincerely grateful. Advertisements …

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Improving internet security through awareness and risk management – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

The RSA security conference took place this week in San Francisco with keynotes, tutorials, and training sessions to help guide the cybersecurity community toward new tools for information and network security. While these cyber warriors are learning how to protect large companies from cyber criminals, …

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