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Forget the critics, Mr. President. Your first 100 days have been just fine.

He has done big things and has plenty of time to get more big things done. Continue Reading....

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With North Korea, we do have cards to play

The nuclear threat from the regime is growing. But the United States is far from helpless. Continue Reading....

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The ‘Oh, never mind’ president

The still-unfolding gap between Trump the candidate and Trump the president holds implications for all Americans. Continue Reading....

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The Sisyphean battle against sex trafficking of minors

Phoenix troopers are on the front lines of a thankless fight. Continue Reading....

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When the separation of church and state leads to children with scraped knees

‘A scraped knee is a scraped knee whether it happens at a Montessori day care or a Lutheran day care.’ Continue Reading....

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The Great Reversal — for now

The Trump administration has done a foreign policy about-face. Continue Reading....

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What the Freedom Caucus stands for

Standing up to a president who governs by intimidation. Continue Reading....

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The Democrats’ arms-control agenda is a failure

North Korea and Syria prove it. Continue Reading....

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What World War I unleashed in America

A new PBS documentary recalls the bloody battles, the social turbulence and the nation-changing legacy of the terrible conflict. Continue Reading....

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Karma, precedent and the nuclear option

For Democrats it’s payback time for Harry Reid’s reckless abolition of the filibuster on judicial appointees. Continue Reading....

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