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  • Fake News Autopsy

    Whenever Donald Trump talks about fake news, there are howls of indignation from the establishment media. We’re told that the very mention of “fake news” is a direct attack on our democracy, that the alternative is “darkness,” that it led | Read More »

  • Eyes on the Prize-Fighters

    The media wanted last August’s “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville to be the next “Bridge to Selma,” an iconic civil rights moment honored by the entire country every year. All week, there were excited announcements of the coming anniversary this past Sunday.

  • We Used to Care About One Another

    Once upon a time, we cared about the welfare of our fellow Americans. 

  • Give Me Your Dreamers…

    Liberals can’t make an argument without producing a victim.

  • Secret Debate Tip for GOP

    No Democrat should be allowed to run for election this year without taking a position on Parkland’s “school-to-prison pipeline” policy.

  • Trump’s Trade War Stalls Bull Market: Will it Get Worse?

    Investment expert Dr. Mark Skousen shares how President Trump’s ambitions to start a trade war could lead to disastrous results for the stock market.

  • Democrats Boo America

    Unlike the president, I don’t call everything “incredible,” but Trump’s State of the Union address was incredible, beautifully delivered.

  • Lindsey Graham, the Uninvited Guest

    Why does Sen. Lindsey Graham have a seat at the table on immigration? Are Jorge Ramos and Vicente Fox unavailable?

  • It Turns Out Bannon Was Trump’s Brain

    In order to prove he doesn’t have dementia, as alleged in a recent book, President Trump called a meeting with congressional leaders on Tuesday — and requested that it be televised.

  • Al Franken’s Touching Departure

    I never thought I’d see it, but Al Franken has finally gotten around to calling a moving van.

  • The Republicans Take Aim at Academic Excellence

    Such is the federal government’s sprawl, and its power to establish new governing precedents, mere Washington twitches can jeopardize venerable principles and institutions. This is illustrated by a seemingly small but actually momentous provision of the Republicans’ tax bill — a 1.4 percent excise | Read More »

  • The Radiating Mischief of Protectionism

    What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive ourselves into believing that corporate welfare can be seemly. Consider the caper, both amusing and depressing, that began when mighty Boeing sought protection behind the skirts of the Commerce Department. | Read More »

  • Brexit Result Propels This ETF Forward

    Investment expert Jim Woods share how the Brexit result may benefit this U.K. fund.

  • Looking for a Diversified Fund from Vanguard?

    Looking for a Diversified Fund from Vanguard?

    Investment expert Doug Fabian shares with you his take on one of the biggest, well-diversified exchange-traded Funds from the famous investment group Vanguard.

  • Hillary: Guilty as Not Charged

    Hillary: Guilty as Not Charged

    It’s no mere academic question: Do we believe in the rule of law anymore? Are we a nation of laws or of men? The cherished idea of the rule of law in our system is about everyone’s being subject to | Read More »

  • Warning: Labels

    Warning: Labels

    When you use a coffeepot, do you need a warning label to tell you: “Do not hold over people”? Must a bicycle bell be sold with the warning: “Should be installed and serviced by a professional mechanic”? Of course not. | Read More »

  • Why Trump Must Not Apologize

    Why Trump Must Not Apologize

    “Never retreat. Never explain. Get it done and let them howl.” Donald Trump has internalized the maxim Benjamin Jowett gave to his students at Balliol who would soon be running the empire. And in rejecting demands that he apologize for | Read More »

  • The Inaugural Address We Should Hear

    The Inaugural Address We Should Hear

    The mere possibility of a Donald Trump presidency — gold-plated faucets in the house first occupied by John and Abigail Adams — will perhaps have a salutary effect. It might demystify an office that has become now swollen with inappropriate | Read More »

  • 'Ferguson Effect' Is Real, and It Threatens to Harm Black Americans Most

    ‘Ferguson Effect’ Is Real, and It Threatens to Harm Black Americans Most

    University of Missouri at St. Louis criminologist Richard Rosenfeld has had “second thoughts.” Like many academic criminologists, he had pooh-poohed charges that skyrocketing murder rates in many cities in 2015 and 2016 result from a “Ferguson effect” — a skittering | Read More »