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A War without an Objective, 6,000 Days In

It would be helpful to know just what is America’s interest in Afghanistan. Continue Reading....

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There Will Be No Civil War Today

We human beings are suckers for drama. Continue Reading....

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Nationwide Injunctions Are a Threat to Our Constitutional Order

Using nationwide injunctions to stop elected officials from carrying out laws effectively silences the will of voters. Continue Reading....

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Charles I: Art Lover Extraordinaire

The ill-fated English king amassed a cutting-edge collection, reassembled in a stunning show at the Royal Academy. Continue Reading....

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The ACLU Fights a Michigan Law Protecting Faith-Based Adoption Agencies

In Michigan, the ACLU continues its legal fight against a law that protects faith-based adoption agencies. Continue Reading....

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Conor Lamb, Go Back to School on Abortion

Lamb’s position on late-term abortion is the maneuver of a man who dares not offend the progressive wing of the Democratic party. Continue Reading....

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600 Non-Steel Jobs at Risk for Every Steel Job

Trump’s steel tariffs have been interpreted by many as an attempt to hold onto votes from the former steel towns, much as were George W…. Continue Reading....

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Don’t Meet with Kim

This is stunning improvisatory diplomacy — and also a very bad idea Continue Reading....

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The Colossus of (Dusty) Rhodes

Thomas L. “Dusty” Rhodes passed away this week, and we remember him here. Plus your usual buffet of NR articles, our friends’ articles, and so much more. Continue Reading....

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Vocab. in the Age of Trump

On “globalist,” “nationalist,” etc. Continue Reading....

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