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  • Is There a Russian Conscience? A European?

    Posted on July 22, 2014 Dennis Prager

    When I was a graduate student at Columbia University’s Russian Institute, there was a great debate: Was the communist Soviet Union an organic Russian development or was it largely a cancer imposed on it? Those who held the organic view argued that the change from czar to commissar was only one of degree. Both were […]

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  • The 2016 GOP Field, Romney, and The Western Conservative Summit

    Posted on July 21, 2014 Hugh Hewitt

    I left Denver Saturday night for vacation, after attending and speaking to/teaching for the Western Conservative Summit 2016 and the Young Conservative Leadership Summit. I was especially encouraged by the impressive turnout –3,500 Saturday night– for what has become the “CPAC of the Summer in the Rockies,” and by the quality of the 120 16-20 […]

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    Posted on July 21, 2014 Michael Medved

    A near-universal mistake in language relates directly to a common mistake in our culture—and both mistakes ought to be corrected if we hope to understand our society more accurately. From Barack Obama to Rush Limbaugh, nearly everyone treats the word “media” as a singular noun, employing phrases like “the media is wrong.” Actually, “media” is […]

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  • Independent Voters: Are you prepared to vote?

    Posted on July 19, 2014 Hispanic COC

    We’ve heard before that elections are often won in the primary. With the redistricting in our state and the number of districts that favor one party over another, this will certainly be the case during this upcoming election cycle. Our local news announced in early 2013, that Arizona’s Independent voters now outnumber Republicans and Democrats […]

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