Kartel Policy – A through M

Podcast: California Tries to Silence Social Conservatives

California state lawmakers are considering a bill that would curb speech about LGBT matters. The Daily Signal’s Jarrett Stepman joins us to discuss. Plus: Dr. Michelle Cretella, who has written for The Daily Signal, gets dozens of protesters when she goes to speak at a …

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Senate Confirms ‘the Neil Gorsuch of Louisiana’ to High-Ranking Federal Bench

The Senate voted 50-47 on Tuesday to confirm all-star appellate lawyer Kyle Duncan to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Duncan is President Donald Trump’s 15th circuit court nominee to be confirmed since taking office. Dubbed by Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry as “the …

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How US Can Keep ISIS From Taking Root in Afghanistan

As the territorial integrity of ISIS’ “caliphate” in Iraq and Syria erodes, the terror group now finds itself looking to its contingent group in Afghanistan, known as Islamic State in Khorasan (IS-K), in order to maintain its operations. In the northern Afghan province of Jowzjan, …

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Churchill’s Heroic Leadership

Image credit: Poster Collection, UK 3059, Hoover Institution Archives.Blank Section (Placeholder)via Military History in the NewsTwo films graced the cinemas of the United States—and Europe—this past year that are worth noting for the light they shine on the past as well as the current sensibilities of …

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Tell Congress: Curb The President’s War Powers

Image credit: istockIn the Newsquoting Jack Goldsmithvia Common DreamsThe attack on Syria was an open violation of international law and of the U.S. Constitution. Continue Reading....

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America’s Polarization Has Nothing To Do With Ideology

Image credit: istockIn the Newsquoting Morris P. Fiorinavia The American ConservativeAlthough a seemingly simple concept, the issue of polarization has long frustrated political scientists. A superficial examination of the American political scene suggests an intensely polarized electorate, divided along partisan and ideological lines. Continue Reading....

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FreedomWorks Foundation Supports Pruitt’s Proposed End to EPA ‘Secret Science’

Today, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt announced a proposed rule to end the practice of “secret science” at the agency. Increasingly, the EPA has implemented expansive and expensive regulations without fully disclosing the data and methodology used to justify these new rules. The …

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House Judiciary to Move Forward on Prison Reform

More than two months after being mentioned as a legislative priority in President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address, the House Judiciary Committee will mark up the Prison Reform and Redemption Act, H.R. 3356, on Wednesday. FreedomWorks released its original letter of support for …

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Requiem For No Child Left Behind

The education policy of the administration of former President George W. Bush is one we’ve always covered critically. It turns out that at least one other reporter also tried to take a good honest look at it. “I was an education reporter covering suburban districts …

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Danger of Deconstructing Slavery

In San Antonio, they came face to face with it. “In the 8th grade American History class students were asked to reflect on the differing sides of slavery,” according to San Antonio Charter Moms. The lesson plan at Great Hearts Monte Vista has since been …

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