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We Hear You: Ben Carson, Cory Booker, California, and Gun Control

Editor’s note: Our audience liked what it saw in The Daily Signal’s two recent interviews with HUD Secretary Ben Carson, and some of those responses provide the top to this week’s collection of comments.  Write us at [email protected]—Ken McIntyre Dear Daily Signal: Thank you for …

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Must-See Moments: Trump Called MS-13 Members Animals. Then the Media Lied About It.

The Daily Signal’s Facebook Live show “Top 10” features the top news stories of the week—many of which went misreported by the mainstream media and some weren’t reported at all. We cover the comments made by President Donald Trump about the MS-13 gang that were …

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Pompeo to Unveil New Iran Strategy in Heritage Foundation Speech

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will present a “diplomatic road map” on Monday for pursuing a “new security architecture” for dealing with Tehran after pulling out of the multilateral Iran nuclear deal. Pompeo will deliver remarks at The Heritage Foundation in Washington about the Trump …

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UN Poses Danger to Free Speech, Parents’ Rights. Here’s How Trump Administration Can Fight Back.

A dangerous alliance between United Nations bureaucrats and LGBT activists poses a new danger to free speech, free exercise of religion, and parental rights—not just for Americans but for people around the world. Under the leadership of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Ambassador Nikki …

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New Trump Administration Move Deals Significant Blow to Planned Parenthood

The Department of Health and Human Services is expected to soon file a proposal that would update regulations of the Title X Family Planning grant program—and likely deny Planned Parenthood millions of taxpayer dollars. The proposal would require Title X grant recipients to maintain a …

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Russia Makes Bold Move to Try to Solidify Control Over Crimea

KYIV, Ukraine—On Tuesday, Russia’s ongoing conflict against Ukraine flared up once again. This time, however, it wasn’t another Russian artillery or rocket barrage in eastern Ukraine’s embattled Donbas region. Rather, the latest escalation was evidenced by the completion of a bridge across the Kerch Strait …

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Senators Need to Stop Asking Judicial Nominees Their Personal Views

On Thursday, in the Senate Judiciary Committee’s business meeting, Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, addressed efforts to force judicial nominees to express personal views on issues or cases in their confirmation hearings. Senators routinely press nominees, for example, to say whether particular Supreme Court precedents, such …

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A Year Later, Still No Justice for Chinese Voice of America Journalists

World Press Freedom Day was duly celebrated at the Broadcasting Board of Governors late last month. Yet, at Voice of America, a major part of the Board, the fate of three Chinese journalists remain in limbo, more than a year after they were placed on …

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Trump Is Keeping His Promises, but Congress Isn’t, Says Conservative Lawmaker

Rep. Jim Jordan says President Donald Trump has accomplished a lot in his nearly 17 months in office but Congress has dropped the ball on making good on promises to the American people. “Taxes have been cut, the economy is growing, unemployment is at its …

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The Left’s War Against Prosperity in Seattle

The left is sleepless in Seattle, working overtime to squander years of economic success. Seattle is, by many measures, one of the fastest-growing cities in America, if not the fast-growing city. A few big tech companies, including Amazon and Microsoft, plus other large, successful businesses such …

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