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  • Underrated Presidents, Good Times

    Posted on October 18, 2017 Michael Medved

    Beyond his legislative failures, despite his futile feuds with professional athletes, GOP senators and members of his own Cabinet, in the face of feeble poll numbers and relentless condemnation from prestigious commentators, President Trump could yet preside over four dynamic years of peace, prosperity and progress. Those who dismiss this optimistic proposition should consider six […]

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  • Yes, Weinstein Accusers Are Brave — So Were Jones, Willey and Broaddrick

    Posted on October 19, 2017 Larry Elder

    In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, among others, praised the Weinstein accusers for their “courage.” For decades, Weinstein, a big Democratic donor who could make or break Hollywood careers, apparently preyed on young women. Over 30 women have now come forth, with five alleging rape. But where […]

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  • If Senate Republicans don’t want the majority, they are doing everything exactly right

    Posted on October 19, 2017 Hugh Hewitt

    The United States courts, the third branch of government laid out in the Constitution, maintains a website that tracks vacancies among its 890 authorized judgeships. That site is continually updated, but for conservative supporters of President Trump most concerned with the judiciary — and they are legion — its scorecard doesn’t change often enough. I’ve […]

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  • If ‘No One Wants to Take Our Guns,’ Stop Saying the Opposite

    Posted on October 12, 2017 Larry Elder

    Almost immediately after the Las Vegas shooting came the calls for “common sense” gun control. The quest almost always begins with a reassurance that “no one wants to take away your guns.” Not everyone read the memo. Nelson Shields, founder of Handgun Control, Inc., the organization that became the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, […]

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