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How Mike Pence loyally ‘translates’ Trump for the world

SANTIAGO, CHILE — Throughout his tour of Latin America, Vice President Mike Pence has cast himself to his hosts as a dutiful, even earnest messenger for President Trump. But in visits this week to Colombia, Argentina and Chile, Pence has acted more like Trump’s translator. …

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The DNC ‘hack’ might have been an inside job

Most of the big media companies get hot and bothered whenever they grab hold of a news story or happening that looks like it might hurt President Trump. On the flip side, they do their best to ignore anything that could hurt the Democrats, the …

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CEOs fleeing Trump have their eyes on the bottom line

America’s business leaders suddenly began deserting President Trump in droves following his controversial remarks about the white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend. The question: Why now? The answer: Follow the money. Let’s start by revisiting Trump’s on-again, off-again relationship with the country’s corporate …

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The questions that must be asked before toppling historic statues

President Trump caught a lot of heat this week when he asked whether statues of George Washington or Thomas Jefferson would be next if those who wished to take down a statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Va., got their way. But he could …

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The battle of Charlottesville: The center must hold

Charlottesville wasn’t about the statue. Self-proclaimed “white nationalists” have been using the Robert E. Lee monument as the pretext for a series of rallies to win attention and build their ranks. And the organizers are eager to bring in white supremacists, the Klan, neo-Nazis and …

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A warning from George Orwell on the ‘monument wars’

In the new Civil War, I’m with George — as in George Washington. It’s one thing to start dismantling monuments of Civil War generals. It would be another to go after the most famous founding father. Washington’s name was raised Tuesday by President Trump. He …

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Democrats’ fears on Hillary’s book, violence of the ‘alt-left’ and other comments

Conservative: Why the Violence Will Only Escalate A list of “overwhelmingly leftist protests” since 2009 that turned violent includes more than two dozen incidents, notes Erick Erickson at Fox News. “The violence at these events has included Molotov cocktails, shattered windows, punches thrown and public …

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The startling reality facing America in wake of Virginia white power rally

President Trump should have left well enough alone. His Monday denunciation of costumed sheet-wearers and Nazi wanna-bes could have cleared the way for Americans of all stripes to focus their outrage on things that matter more than presidential words. That would be the violence that …

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Keep telling the horrific truth about North Korea

Equating President Trump’s tough North Korea talk with Kim Jong-un’s bluster, as the president’s critics have done over the past week, is dumb — not least because it’s clear Trump’s tack is working. The White House’s hard-edged messaging knocked Pyongyang’s dynastic tyrant out of his …

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Why workers need a corporate tax cut

Left-wing political groups are staging street protests and running television ads to defeat President Trump’s proposed corporate tax cut. If they succeed, the big losers will be anyone hoping for a raise or looking for a better job. Top Democrats like Sens. Elizabeth Warren and …

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