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Kim Jong Un without nukes: 4 challengers for a post-nuclear North Korea

History has not looked kindly upon countries that voluntarily surrender their nuclear capabilities. Continue Reading....

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How to do climate change wrong

There’s yet another report telling us how much damage climate change is going to do. This one is from the Union of Concerned Scientists, telling us how many coastal properties are going to be somewhere between flooded often and destroyed. This is an excellent example …

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Gallup: Everyone except Democrats is feeling unusually optimistic about the country's direction right now

According to Gallup, Americans’ satisfaction with their country’s direction is at a 12-year high at 38 percent. That’s the highest level since September 2005, right around the time Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and sent this measure of national sentiment plummeting. Continue Reading....

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Paul Ryan picks potential successor, endorses Bryan Steil in GOP primary for his seat

Having represented Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District for two decades, retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan endorsed a successor on Monday. The Republican speaker landed on Bryan Steil, a 37-year-old attorney in the manufacturing sector who once worked as Ryan’s legislative aide more than a decade ago. …

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Former World Cup hero betrays US, gets paid to root for Mexico

Capitalism is great. It ensures the free market remains unencumbered by government. It rewards individuals who work tirelessly to make a life for themselves and provide value for others willing to pay them, regardless of their socioeconomic background. Continue Reading....

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Congress has until Friday to approve Trump's savvy spending cuts

Congress has never been one to find a lot of meaning in deadlines, but the end of this week presents an important expiration date: President Trump’s rescissions package will lose its privileged status on Friday if the Senate doesn’t act to put his recommendations into …

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ISIS is determined to attack the World Cup

The Islamic State terrorist group is determined to attack the FIFA World Cup in Russia. Continue Reading....

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Adversaries at the World Cup, England and Tunisia are allies against terrorism

As they begin their soccer World Cup campaign on Monday, England is looking to seize the initiative with a win over Tunisia. Continue Reading....

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Trump is wrong about Postal Service subsidizing Amazon, study says

President Trump’s argument that the U.S. Postal Service should charge higher prices to deliver Amazon products would actually cost the independent agency business, according to a new report released on Monday. Continue Reading....

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Why Trump is wrong to blame child separation solely on the Democrats

Donald Trump embraced the nationalist populist persona throughout his presidential campaign. And now he does so in his presidency, especially on immigration. Continue Reading....

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