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Kim Jong Un's brutality is still no laughing matter

As the leader of the free world, Trump should be careful about how much respect, and, even more, how much affection he shows Kim. Continue Reading....

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On opioids, Congress can learn from the states

In many cases, states are spending less and achieving better outcomes. Appropriation and regulation are useful, but treatment is key. Continue Reading....

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Pizza and lemonade can fix our broken governments

Lemonade and pizza are a great combination for lunch and for free-market solutions. Continue Reading....

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Iowa Dems embrace transgender-mania

Iowa’s Democrats are huddling at their state convention this weekend to make the state party’s constitution more inclusive. And there’s an interesting twist— one of the offending provisions was originally implemented as a feminist measure. Continue Reading....

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Rep. Andy Biggs: The 'deep state' has existed for a long time

Throughout Donald Trump’s presidency, there has been chatter among many in his base that an all-powerful shadow government exists and that it has been trying relentlessly to undermine the president and throttle his agenda. Continue Reading....

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At the World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo makes himself a doubled-edged enemy of Spain

Cristiano Ronaldo’s exceptional performance in Portugal’s opening World Cup match against Spain on Friday is only one facet of his challenge to Spanish authority. Continue Reading....

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Take our Washington Examiner FIFA World Cup quiz to find which team you should root for

Millions of American soccer fans were really, really looking forward to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Unfortunately, something terrible happened along the way. The U.S. men’s national team dropped the ball. In one of the most embarrassing failures of this World Cup cycle, …

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Trump's cost-benefit analysis on Kim Jong Un praise

Asked by a reporter Friday morning how he can speak “so passionately about the circumstances that led to Otto Warmbier’s death,” but also “[defend] Kim Jong-Un’s human rights record,” President Trump replied, “You know why? Because I don’t want to see a nuclear weapon destroy …

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Come on, Florida, let Muslim prisoners practice their faith

The right to worship is not unique to free U.S. citizens. Someone should tell that to the administrators of the Glades County Detention Center, where Muslim detainees, some of whom are slated for deportation, were denied accommodations to observe Ramadan this year, according to the …

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Not just Trump and Kim: Presidents have been meeting with brutal dictators for decades

President Trump received a lot of criticism for his historic meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, who is known for his human rights abuses. The only thing new that Trump is doing is establishing friendly relations with a new country. Continue Reading....

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