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  • Collusion? What About Chinagate and Ted Kennedy’s Outreach to the USSR?

    Posted on July 20, 2017 Larry Elder

    During President Bill Clinton’s 1996 campaign for re-election, several individuals allegedly worked on behalf of the Chinese government to influence the presidential election in favor of Clinton. “Chinagate” began when the Los Angeles Times reported, a couple months before the ’96 election, the following: “The Democratic National Committee has returned a $250,000 contribution from a […]

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  • Messages from “DUNKIRK”

    Posted on July 19, 2017 Michael Medved

    The superb new movie “Dunkirk” conveys important messages about a fateful episode of World War II. In May, 1940, the rapid Nazi advance through France trapped a huge British army on the coast, offering easy targets for Luftwaffe bombers. The Royal Navy couldn’t rescue the troops from the beaches, so the government rallied civilian craft-fishing […]

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  • Not So Polarized, After All

    Posted on July 19, 2017 Michael Medved

    Despite the partisan polarization that characterizes both politics and media at the moment, the public seems surprisingly united when it comes to defining Americanism. A new Voter Study Group survey associated with George Washington University, showed a full 93% agreeing that “respect for American institutions and laws” is important for being an American. Meanwhile, 88% […]

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  • Nukes Threaten People; Ideas Threaten Civilizations

    Posted on July 18, 2017 Dennis Prager

    Last week, I tweeted, “The news media in the West pose a far greater danger to Western civilization than Russia does.” To my surprise, the tweet went viral. And while there were more likes than dislikes, 99 percent of the written reactions were negative. Typical reactions were: –“F— you.” –“Move to Russia.” –“Your very full […]

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