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California’s crazy one-party liberal politics is why I had to finally leave the state — and I’m not alone

In 2011, after spending my adult life in California, working in the once-thriving aerospace industry there, serving 19 years in the state’s National Guard and six years in the legislature, I picked up my family and moved to Texas. Continue Reading....

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Rubio Turns Question on NRA Support into Speech About Desire for Liberties, Press Freedoms in Cuba and Venezuela

Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) answered a question from a Cuban reporter about his support from the National Rifle Association with a speech about his wish for nations like Venezuela and Cuba to have the same kinds of personal and press freedoms that exist in …

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Politicizing New York’s parole system

Tana Agostini certainly had a lot of experience with the criminal-justice system when Gov. Cuomo named her to the Parole Board: She’d not only been a staffer for the state Assembly committee that oversees the prisons, she’d fallen in love with a convicted murderer, married …

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Cuomo’s dug New York into a giant tax trap

The opening salvo of Cynthia Nixon’s challenge to Gov. Cuomo included a claim guaranteed to stir the passions of true-blue progressives: Cuomo, she said, “has given massive tax breaks to corporations and the super-rich.” But aside from extending $420 million a year in tax giveaways …

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Stay in Syria to block Iran

The successful allied air strike on chemical-weapons facilities in Syria has given President Trump a victory — but not a mission. The victory against Bashar al-Assad is a well-deserved response to his use of weapons of mass destruction against his own people, as Germany and …

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South Dakota Asks the Supreme Court to Circumvent Congress and the Market

The state is attempting to collect tax on purchases made online through vendors located outside the state. Continue Reading....

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Assad must go — US should press Russia to replace Syrian dictator

Despite the attack, Assad will most likely use chemical weapons again. Continue Reading....

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EDITORIAL: Arizona's crackdown on Dreamers sends a warning signal to colleges across the nation

Life is not fair, as John F. Kennedy famously said, and sometimes it’s not fair for everybody. The Arizona Supreme Court last week ruled that the “Dreamers,” children brought to the United States by their illegal-immigrant parents, are not eligible for in-state tuition rates at …

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Kaine Won’t Support Pompeo for Secretary of State: He Has ‘Tendency to Oppose Diplomacy’

Sen. Tim Kaine (D., Va.) said Sunday he would vote against Mike Pompeo’s confirmation to be the next Secretary of State, in spite of voting in favor of him to be CIA Director last year. Kaine told CBS host Margaret Brennan on “Face The Nation” …

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U.S. Preparing New Sanctions on Russia over Syria, Haley Says

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States is preparing new sanctions on Russia over its continued support of Syrian President Bashar-al Assad, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, said Sunday. In an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation,” Haley said that the sanctions …

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