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A Different Kind of Diversity

It’s been an open secret for a long time that Harvard and Yale viciously discriminate against Asian-Americans. Now it is getting even more public attention… Continue Reading....

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Yes, Hillary Should Have Been Prosecuted

I know this is ancient history, but — I’m sorry — I just can’t let it go. When historians write the definitive, sordid histories of… Continue Reading....

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Soze Yer Old Man

Tomorrow’s Day is a big one for pops and sons and Smoot-Hawleys. Find links to the best of NR and our friends here. Continue Reading....

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The IG Hall of Mirrors

What the IG often terms “improper” would be considered “illegal” for most Americans. Continue Reading....

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The Strange Tale of How the FBI’s Anti-Trump Bias Helped Elect Trump

The decision to prioritize the Russia investigation ended up harming Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Continue Reading....

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White House Blames Democrats for Separation of Families at Border

Administration officials pushed back on critics of the DOJ policy that mandates the separation of children from their parents at the southern border. Continue Reading....

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What Eluded Who Now?

A summit with a North Korean dictator hasn’t “eluded” American presidents from Eisenhower to Obama Continue Reading....

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Mitch McConnell: Why Can’t Mueller Wrap it Up?

Vice President Mike Pence also warned Mueller last month to “wrap it up,” the first time the president’s right hand man has called for the probe to be shuttered. Continue Reading....

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Cancel the Monday Meetings for the Pakistani Taliban Leaders — And Everything Beyond That, Too

Whatever kind of a week you’ve had, you’ve had a better one than Mullah Fazlullah Khorasani. Continue Reading....

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Ten Things That Caught My Eye Today (June 14, 2018)

Kathryn Jean Lopez details interesting and impactful sightings from her travels. Continue Reading....

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