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  • The Evidence for Faith

    Posted on August 13, 2018 Michael Medved

    I recently received an e-mail from a thoughtful listener who challenged my commitment to faith and God. “You’re a smart person,” she wrote, “who emphasizes evidence and logic. How then, can you give such importance in your life to something illogical for which there is no evidence.” My answer described my experience getting involved in […]

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  • The Republican Challenge with Young Voters

    Posted on August 13, 2018 Michael Medved

    Political analysts give plenty of attention to our partisan divisions according to race or gender, but not enough to the stark differences based on age. The good news for Republicans is that the Democrats are entirely reliant on young voters. Among Americans over 30 in 2016, Trump won the popular vote by a decisive margin, […]

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  • The Real Meaning of “Government of Laws, Not Men”

    Posted on August 13, 2018 Michael Medved

    In middle school, I first heard the phrase that America had been blessed with “a government of laws and not of men.” That description, originating with John Adams, at first made no sense to me: men make the laws, and change them. Laws don’t draft themselves, or enforce themselves – ultimately, we rely on decent […]

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  • The New York Times Hires Left-Wing Bigot for Its Editorial Board

    Posted on August 9, 2018 Larry Elder

    The New York Times, for its editorial board, hired a 30-year-old tech writer named Sarah Jeong, an American immigrant from South Korea. But Jeong, only a few years ago, posted a series of offensive, anti-white tweets. Her anti-white tweets included the following: “Dumbass f-ing white people marking up the internet with their opinions like dogs […]

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