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  • DIANE MEDVED: Why No One Regrets his Divorce

    Posted on May 18, 2017 Michael Medved

    by Diane Medved “Why No One Regrets his Divorce” seems a peculiar statement coming from the author of Don’t Divorce. Isn’t the basis of my book that lots of people regret their divorces, and so there’s good reason to prevent it? However, I’ve learned that already-divorced people–especially those for whom the experience is still fresh […]

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  • Trump vs. Waters — Who Should Be Impeached?

    Posted on May 18, 2017 Larry Elder

    Almost from the moment President Donald Trump recited the oath of office, Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., began a quest for Trump’s impeachment. But given Waters’ record of 26 years in Congress (plus a prior 14 years in the California State Assembly), she should worry far more about the possibility of her own impeachment for leadership […]

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  • Feminism and Intelligence

    Posted on May 16, 2017 Dennis Prager

    The number of foolish statements made by men and women who consider themselves feminists is essentially equal to the number of people who strongly identify as feminists. I write “strongly identify” because if asked, “Are you a feminist?” most women will say yes. They will do so for two reasons. One is that there is […]

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  • A Trump Triumph: Focusing on Brutal Gangs, Not Non-Violent Immigrants

    Posted on May 16, 2017 Michael Medved

    During the busy months of his turbulent presidency, Donald Trump deserves bi-partisan praise for some undeniable triumphs, including dramatic progress against violent gangs that threaten American families. In mid-May, Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced results of an unprecedented anti-gang crackdown, with arrests totaling nearly 1,400. But–despite some of the administration’s own rhetoric–this achievement bore scant […]

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