• Why Do Ex-Clinton Attack Dogs Davis and Stephanopoulos Get a Pass?

    Lanny Davis represents Michael Cohen, the lawyer who secretly taped his then-client, now-President Donald Trump. If you're keeping score, Davis is the same defense lawyer who represented President Bill Clinton during the investigation by special prosecutor Kenneth Starr. To defend Clinton, Davis employed what at the time seemed audacious: a…

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  • The Question That Will Decide the Election

    The Question That Will Decide the Election

    In the 1980 presidential debate, Ronald Reagan secured his landslide by asking the American people: “Are you better off than you were four years ago?” Today, Congressional Republicans can turn the tide in a close midterm contest by posing a similar question: “Are you better off than you were two…

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  • McCain’s Memory Should Make GOP Proud

    McCain’s Memory Should Make GOP Proud

    The passing of Senator John McCain reminded me of why I feel proud to be a Republican. Beginning in 1980, the GOP has fielded nine presidential nominees, each of whom displayed exemplary patriotism and fundamental decency. Ronald Reagan and George Herbert Walker Bush both ran for president three times, and…

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  • Trump Haters and Their Double Standards

    When President Donald Trump revoked the security clearance of former CIA head John Brennan, more than a dozen former high-level intelligence officials fired off a letter that said the president's decision was “ill-considered,” “inappropriate” and “deeply regrettable.” The next day, 60 former lower-level CIA officials signed an open letter condemning…

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  • Opinion Explaining the Left: Part II

    The governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, did Americans a favor last week. He provided that which is most indispensable to understanding anything: clarity. “America … was never that great,” he announced. In one sentence, the governor revealed the left's true view of America. This is rare — because leftists…

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  • Trump’s Hollywood Star Must Go — But They Get a Pass?

    During the 2016 presidential campaign, a man dressed like a construction worker, carrying a pickax, destroyed Donald Trump's sidewalk star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce promptly replaced it. Just three weeks ago, a different man, presumably with a different pickax, also destroyed Trump's star.…

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  • The Evidence for Faith

    The Evidence for Faith

    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…

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  • The Republican Challenge with Young Voters

    The Republican Challenge with Young Voters

    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…

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