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  • Government Waste, Soaked in Soda

    Posted on January 20, 2017 Michael Medved

    A new Department of Agriculture report offers shocking revelations about food stamp recipients – those 45 million Americans enrolled in Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, or SNAP. It turns out they spend more of their government money on sugary soda drinks than on any other food group – wasting a much higher percentage of their food […]

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  • Trump’s Habit: Turning Obstacles into Advantages

    Posted on January 20, 2017 Michael Medved

    Even his harshest critics recognize President Trump’s habit of turning obstacles into advantages. In the primary campaign, the fact that 17 well-qualified Republicans ran against him was supposed to make his victory impossible. But in fact it divided the more cautious, mainstream voters while giving Trump an unbeatable edge among all those who hoped a […]

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  • A Guide to Basic Differences Between Left and Right

    Posted on January 17, 2017 Dennis Prager

    Source of Human Rights Left: government Right: the Creator Human Nature Left: basically good (Therefore, society is primarily responsible for evil.) Right: not basically good (Therefore, the individual is primarily responsible for evil.) Economic Goal Left: equality Right: prosperity Primary Role of the State Left: increase and protect equality Right: increase and protect liberty Government […]

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  • A Protest Without Purpose

    Posted on January 9, 2017 Michael Medved

    Columnist Maureen Down has coined a useful description of the left’s hysterical over-reaction to Donald Trump’s upcoming inauguration, calling it “Pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder”. Determined to protest his presidency before it even begins, a group of activists secured commitments from more than 200,000 women who plan to march on Washington to express their rage at Trump […]

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