Wash Examiner

This pathetic Democrat fell flat on his face after high profile campaign stunt

After Tuesday night’s Democratic primary election in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District, candidate Dan Helmer, who sought to be the main challenger to Rep. Barbara Comstock, R-Va., fell flat on his face. Continue Reading....

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Here are the numbers that suggest Trump is winning at foreign policy

The recent uptick in President Trump’s approval rating has most often been attributed to a strong economy. Feeling the impact of factors like low unemployment and Republican tax cut legislation, voters, so the theory goes, are responding with more positivity towards Trump. Continue Reading....

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Meet the 'plain old guy' who could end Mitt Romney's political career

SALT LAKE CITY — The way Mike Kennedy sees it, he’s “just a plain old guy.” He’s no Mitt Romney, the millionaire Republican elder statesman and Kennedy’s opponent for the party’s nomination for Utah’s soon-to-be-open Senate seat. And he’s certainly no Ted Kennedy, the late …

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Environmental shareholder resolutions will never deliver the climate consensus that America needs

Last month the Main Street Investors Coalition launched our campaign to protect the interests of America’s retail investors. A first of its kind, the initiative aims to draw attention to the increasing politicization of the investment system and the damaging repercussions for America’s retail investors. …

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How Ramadan can make you poorer yet happier

Despite the old saw that money can’t buy happiness, the two tend to be correlated. Up to about $75,000, the higher your income, the happier you tend to be. Continue Reading....

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Looks like Claire McCaskill used her private jet during her RV tour of Missouri

Embroiled in another fight for her political life, Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., is being cast by her opponents as an elite Washington insider, out of touch with Missouri but eager to collaborate with Hollywood and Wall Street. The last thing she needed was another controversy …

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Singapore summit sequel — let's hope it's better than the original

President Trump’s agreement Tuesday with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un had better not mark the end of negotiations, because if it does, our dealmaking chief executive got much the worse of the encounter than his counterpart. It wasn’t even close. Continue Reading....

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New York Times columnist who spread North Korea propaganda accuses Trump of being spokesman for the Kim regime

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof is upset that President Trump avoided discussing North Korea’s human rights atrocities this week with Kim Jong Un. He is also shocked to see Trump emerge as a cheerleader for the Kim regime. Continue Reading....

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The Supreme Court might deal a death blow to online small businesses

Most Supreme Court rulings are a bigger deal for legal nerds than they are for everyday Americans, but one decision this month will stand out from the crowd. In the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, the Supreme Court could upend the vibrant world of …

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Seattle mayor admits redistribution won't work

The city of Seattle has a homelessness problem and the Seattle City Council thought they had a simple solution. They would take from the rich and they would give to the poor. Predictably, it didn’t work. Continue Reading....

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