Newt Gingrich: Special counsel Mueller's fatal mistake

There is now no excuse for Special Counsel Mueller to ask to interview President Trump. In fact, it is now clear the investigators have been given ...

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Canadians want a wall, too

With as many as 400 illegal immigrants a day pouring across its 5,525 mile border with the U.S., some in Canada are starting to discuss building stru ...

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Democratic Socialists remain open to violence, author says

Author Joshua Muravchik, who once shared the idealistic materialism of socialists, told Spero News that he is set to release a new edition of his sem ...

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Out of control: liberals' unjust accusations of abuse

While some Catholics are spinning out of control over cases of sexual abuse committed by the dead and the laicized, MTV will present the Michael Jack ...

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Pope Francis acknowledges with 'sorrow and shame' allegations of abuse

"If one member suffers, all suffer together with it" (1 Cor 12:26). These words of Saint Paul forcefully echo in my heart as I acknowledge ...

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How to keep the economy human in the age of A.I.

Some people think of the new automated economy in terrifying and mechanical terms. In such a vision, machines reign supreme as they work tirelessly, ...

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GOP pundit and former CIA analyst tussle over monetizing security clearances

On Friday, former CIA analyst Philip Mudd and former White House aide Paris Dennard got into a heated argument when Dennard suggested that Mudd made ...

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Brennan's anti-Trump rhetoric is an issue, says Obama intel official

Speaking on CNN's "State of the Union," Obama-era director of National Intelligence James Clapper said former CIA Director John Bre ...

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My Pashtun Rabbi: a search for truth in the Muslim world

A Jewish American working in the United Arab Emirates fears hostility but finds humanity in this debut memoir, My Pashtun Rabbi: a Jew's se ...

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John Mancino: what 'racism' claims reveal about Democrats

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, who is a potential candidate for president in 2020, on Thursday said that President Donald Trump has done “ple ...

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Daniel Pipes: the one country that is not submitting to Islam

No European head of government talks remotely like Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. For example, he recently spoke of building in Hu ...

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Newt Gingrich: the demons unleashed by Democrats

A few weeks ago, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) wrote an article for Vox explaining the movement's goals to end ...

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Will Democrats' primary turnouts make a difference in November?

Operatives of the Democratic party have noted a surge of voter turnout in primary elections this month, piquing their confidence that it may deliver ...

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Vendors pull Confederate-theme merchandise at state fair

After complaining to organizers of the Vermont state fair in Rutland about the presence of Confederate flags, no Confederate flags were visible at an ...

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Louisiana bans two banks over Second Amendment infringement

The Louisiana state bond commission voted to ban the powerful Bank of America and Citigroup from a forthcoming debt sale because of the banks’ ...

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Pat Buchanan: have Trump's criticism of media gone far enough?

If ex-CIA Director John Brennan did to Andrew Jackson what he did to Donald Trump, he would have lost a lot more than his security clearance. He w ...

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Puerto Rico sits on half-billion dollars of unspent taxpayer funds for schools

After public schools in Puerto Rico were ravaged by Hurricane Maria in 2017, the federal government ponied up $589,170,000 in disaster relief funds u ...

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Judge flips Trump's order to reinstate Obama-era environmentalist WOTUS rule

In a South Carolina courtroom, a federal judge of the U.S. District Court issued an injunction against the Trump administration by lifting a stay on ...

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Trump administration defends First Amendment rights of 3-D gun pioneer

On Thursday, the Department of Justice announced that it filed a brief to oppose a preliminary injunction against a State Department settlement with ...

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