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After Victory in Raqqa

Iran stands to benefit from a post-caliphate U.S. withdrawal. Continue Reading....

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Smearing Ed Gillespie in Virginia

Could a Republican win in the only southern state carried by Clinton? Continue Reading....

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Who Says We Spend 'Too Much' On Health Care?

Health Reform: Any time there’s a debate about health care reform, someone will invariably declare that the U.S. spends “too much” on health care. How do we know that? We don’t, it turns out. It has become a long-standing cliche in the reform debate. “We …

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Helen DeVos, RIP

Approximately a year ago, I had the honor to offer a eulogy to Lee Hanley, a conservative philanthropist who left a mark on behalf of freedom and Christian values due to decades of wisdom, leadership, involvement, and selfless generosity. I’m reminded of this with the …

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Rep. Frederica Wilson misplays the race card

We’re trying to figure out what’s racist about the term “empty barrel.” Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) says it is, but Google isn’t showing us how. Nor can we see why she had to go there. Wilson had slammed President Trump’s words in a phone call …

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A very strange way to woo Amazon

Does Mayor de Blasio really want Amazon to choose New York City for its second headquarters? Judging by his public comments, the answer is . . . well, we don’t really know. And not just the mayor: Several other major local politicians seem less than enthusiastic about …

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Steve Bannon isn’t as influential as he likes to think

A Washington lobbyist once told me that the first rule of rainmakers is: “If it starts to rain, dance!” In other words, if you’re hired to get something done, by all means take credit for it if it happens, even if you had nothing to …

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Clinton: ‘I Really Tried to Get Out of Going’ to Trump’s Inauguration

Hillary Clinton went on British TV Friday and joked about the lengths she went to avoid attending President Donald Trump’s inauguration. While on “The Graham Norton Show,” Clinton described how she and former President Bill Clinton tried to find a way out of their customary attendance. “I really …

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Fix Nafta, Don't Break It

Nafta: As anyone who regularly reads IBD knows, we take a back seat to no one when it comes to advocating free trade. That said, renegotiating Nafta to fix some of its flaws doesn’t mean you’re stepping away from free trade. The Nafta renegotiation talks …

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There's One Russia Scandal The Press Doesn't Want You To Know About

Russia Collusion: In one of his Thursday evening tweets, President Trump complained once again about the “Fake Media,” this time for not covering a fresh scandal involving an Obama-era uranium deal with Russia. Does Trump have a legitimate beef? You be the judge. By any …

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