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  • Thoughts on Parents Whose Children Have Died

    Posted on March 20, 2018 Dennis Prager

    In decades of writing columns, I have taken risks but perhaps never one as big this: writing a column to and about parents who have lost a child. I can well imagine that the first reaction of any parent who has lost a child will be: Why does this guy, who hasn’t gone through what […]

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  • Larry Elder: Dem Pundit: ‘Paying Off a Porn Star Is Presidential?’

    Posted on March 15, 2018 Larry Elder

    When it comes to the issue of porn star Stormy Daniels, we should welcome the media and the Democrats’ newfound interest in the treatment — and mistreatment — of women by powerful political figures. Never mind that whatever relationship Daniels had with President Donald Trump was consensual and ended a decade ago. Nor that there […]

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  • Partisanship Trumps Policy in Reacting to North Korea

    Posted on March 13, 2018 Michael Medved

    Reactions to White House plans to meet with Kim Jong-Un highlight the damaging impact of partisan polarization and obsessive Trump hatred. Had Barack Obama arranged to negotiate with the brutal North Korean dictator, some of the same Democrats now deriding Trump would have hailed their hero as a bold visionary, deserving of a second Nobel […]

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  • Who Are the Luckiest Jews, Blacks and Latinos?

    Posted on March 13, 2018 Dennis Prager

    At The City College of New York in the late 1930s, my father, an Orthodox Jew, wrote his senior class thesis on anti-Semitism in America. He delineated common realities of the era, such as Jews’ admission to law firms, country clubs and colleges being denied or restricted, and various other manifestations of popular and institutional […]

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