• Trump’s Best Move…So Far

    Trump’s Best Move…So Far

    During his first two weeks, President Donald Trump has been moving ahead like an unstoppable express train, even though he hasn't always stayed on track. (Did we really need diplomatic blow-ups with Australia and Mexico, or the mishandling of an incoherent and ineffective “travel ban”?) But with all the storm…

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  • No, the Embassy Won’t Move to Disputed East Jersulem

    No, the Embassy Won’t Move to Disputed East Jersulem

    Ongoing debate about moving the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is surrounded by misinformation. One common mistake suggests that the whole city is historically disputed territory between Israelis and Palestinians. That's not true of Western Jerusalem, built up by returning Jews over the last 150 years, where the…

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  • Government Waste, Soaked in Soda

    Government Waste, Soaked in Soda

    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…

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  • Trump’s Habit: Turning Obstacles into Advantages

    Trump’s Habit: Turning Obstacles into Advantages

    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…

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  • A Protest Without Purpose

    A Protest Without Purpose

    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…

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  • Taxpayers Fund a Murderer’s “Completeness”

    Taxpayers Fund a Murderer’s “Completeness”

    In an outrageous abuse of the legal system, a convicted murderer serving a life sentence in California, has successfully sued the state to get “gender reassignment surgery” costing close to $100,000. Shiloh Heavenly Quine was convicted for his role in brutal 1980 crime spree that included kidnapping, robbery, and first…

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  • Is Congress Unfairly Dominated by Christians?

    Is Congress Unfairly Dominated by Christians?

    A recent New York Times headline clearly intended to alarm readers. “The New Congress is 91% Christian,” the newspaper declared. “That's barely budged since 1961.” Since “the percentage of Christians among the United States population is declining” the article suggested it's inappropriate that the percentage of Christians in Congress remains…

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  • The “Change Agent” Takes Charge

    The “Change Agent” Takes Charge

    The best way to understand Donald Trump's astonishing electoral victory is to look at the public interest and excitement surrounding his inauguration. Imagine if Hillary Clinton had won the election: would her upcoming assumption of power have generated this level of interest and controversy? If we were counting down the…

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  • “Too Christian GOP” vs. “Diverse Democrats”?

    “Too Christian GOP” vs. “Diverse Democrats”?

    Liberals regularly attack the Republican Party as too white, too rich, too male and too old. But the New York Times recently slammed Congressional Republicans as much too Christian. Of 293 Republicans in the House and Senate, 291 identify as Christians, with the two others saying they're Jewish. Meanwhile, the…

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