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The best way to tell if someone is a conservative

The 1912 strife between conservative and progressive-populist Republicans feels familiar. Continue Reading....

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USDA’s reckless use of poisons must end

When Canyon Mansfield went for a walk near his house with his faithful companion, Kasey, he had no inkling that would be their last outing together and that the 14-year-old would witness the gruesome death of his pet dog. Canyon and Kasey came across what’s …

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Liberals still think inequality will kill us all (it won't)

There’s no argument so bad that people won’t try to resurrect it again and again, especially when it’s one that is convenient to a certain worldview and a certain strain of political thought. One such claim is that inequality itself makes us all miserable, creates …

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Democrats and the media are losing the culture war

It must be written somewhere that in the age of Trump, Democrats and the national media are required to stake out thoroughly stupid positions in the culture wars. Continue Reading....

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Let’s hope the Trump-Kim summit stays cancelled

Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off The Nobel committee will presumably be disappointed, but President Trump’s summit with North Korea dictator Kim Jung-Un should stay cancelled. The meeting was much more likely to serve Kim’s interests rather than ours, and could well have begin the …

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Debunking the NRA’s pathetic push to blame mass shootings on Ritalin

Noblesville, Indiana, became the latest site in a spate of school shootings Friday, and Americans want action. We need to understand the cause of such atrocities to stop them from happening. How fortunate, then, that the National Rifle Association is here to tell us to …

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Why even Trump critics should want a probe of the FBI

If the Justice Department and FBI are, as we’ve been told incessantly, not merely patriots but consummate professionals, why are President Trump’s antagonists freaking out over the fact that an inspector general will assess whether political motivation tainted an investigation into the president’s campaign? The …

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Calls To Break Up Tech Giants Ignore History

Monopoly: Calls to break up tech giants like Amazon, Facebook and Google have been increasing. But while the sentiment is understandable, the free market is far more likely to tame these giants without any government intervention. X We can remember when everyone was promising that …

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Partial Dodd-Frank Reform Is Good, Total Repeal Is Better

Dodd-Frank: The repeal of President Obama’s signature financial reform effort by a bipartisan 258-159 margin is a big victory for President Trump. But, while reformed, Dodd-Frank still lives. X First, the bill is an improvement on the job-killing, business-strangling Dodd-Frank law. A Democrat-dominated Congress passed …

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Harvey Weinstein’s Accusers React to His Arrest

More than 85 women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct. Here’s what some of them had to say. Continue Reading....

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