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Photoshop of the Day: April 23th-27th

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Court Takes Half-Step toward Animals Suing

It means that in the Ninth Circuit, animals can bring federal cases in their own name (as surreal as that sounds). Continue Reading....

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Democrats in Peril

Their effort against Trump has brought their own misconduct to light. Continue Reading....

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What a 1990 Playboy Interview Tells Us about Trump’s Economics

Trump’s views have been consistent in at least some ways. Continue Reading....

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E Pluribus . . . Gridlock

Increasing diversity, despite its social benefits, has a downside: Nobody agrees on what’s in the national interest. Continue Reading....

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Trump and the North Korean Tipping Point

Our foreign policy is rapidly changing. Continue Reading....

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Sichuan Earthquake 10 Years Later

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Update on Alfie Evans

In the few hours since I sent in the piece below, a remarkable succession of events has occurred that paint the decision of the UK… Continue Reading....

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The Prosecution of Count Dankula

The problem with defending free speech is that you never get to defend it on exactly the territory you hoped for. Continue Reading....

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Rand Paul Caves on Pompeo

Hopefully, the White House can begin rolling Rand Paul more often. Continue Reading....

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