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How to talk politics at your family Christmas gathering

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas, everywhere we go, from the sight of inflatable reindeer on the neighbor’s lawn to the thought of Cousin Eddie in a dickey, drinking egg nog and talking politics at Christmas dinner. Continue Reading....

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University president: We know your kids are drinking and we need your help

This is the time of year when many college students return home to see family and friends, and to face nosy but well-meaning questions about school. Just as everyone at the holiday table will press them for information, students will be trying to assert some …

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A Defense of Catholic Tradition in the Post-Conciliar Era

‘And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?” So declaimed William Butler Yeats in “The Second Coming,” a biting premonition of the age of post-industrial secular decadence that was to come, and that was to so haunt …

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Was the Steele Dossier Used to Obtain a FISA Warrant Against Trump’s Campaign?

President Trump ought to direct his Justice Department and FBI to provide the House Intelligence Committee with the FISA warrant application — any FISA warrant application — in which they relied on information from the Steele dossier in seeking court permission to spy on the …

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The Clinton Impeachment Is Finally Getting the Hollywood Treatment

Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared at Acculturated. It is reprinted here with permission. American Crime Story show runner Ryan Murphy recently announced that he is planning a series on President Bill Clinton’s impeachment. The History Channel just gave the green light to a show …

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Why ‘believe all women’ just doesn’t work

First there was Harvey Weinstein, whose appalling behavior toward women was so amply documented by The New York Times and The New Yorker. The dominoes began to fall. And soon they reached into my own industry. It wasn’t just Bill O’Reilly. Now the cascading accusations …

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A Tax Reform for Growth

The GOP bill will spur investment and make the U.S. more competitive. Continue Reading....

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Britain's New Path to Brexit

The choices now are ‘soft’ Brexit or major domestic reforms. Continue Reading....

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How Retailers Can Thrive in the Age of Amazon

The secret, says Bellevue Square’s owner, is to provide customers with ‘emotional fulfillment.’ Continue Reading....

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Mattis Pushes Back on Report Trump Is Resistant to Briefings on Russia

Secretary of Defense James Mattis on Friday pushed back on reports that President Donald Trump has resisted and grown agitated in response to briefings on Russia. CNN’s Brooke Baldwin read out Mattis’ comments in response to a question about a Washington Post report that said the president doesn’t like to …

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