Dispatches

Voter Fraud: On Vote-By-Mail

By The Editor

By J. Christian Adams: Vote by mail might sound good, until you look at the data. The federal election assistance commission keeps tabs. Their data show that 28 million ballots mailed since 2012 simply…

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The Deep State Destruction of Rural America

By The Editor

By Edward Ring: When will a critical mass of Americans realize that while reasonable environmental precautions are in everyone’s interest, excessive restrictions only serve the agenda of multinational corporations that make more profit when…

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The Remains of an Administration

By The Editor

By Victor Davis Hanson: Obama’s policies are in tatters, and the worst scandals of his White House are coming to light. “One is not struck by the truth until prompted quite accidentally by some…

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Re-evaluating China is long overdue

By The Editor

By Uldis Sprogis: It started with Nixon in 1972, opening up harmonious diplomatic relations with China, including a reduction of trade restrictions. Then, since President Reagan, the strategy was to integrate China into the…

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The Era of Offshoring U.S. Jobs Is Over

By The Editor

By Robert E. Lighthizer, the U.S. trade representative: The pandemic, and Trump’s trade policy, are accelerating a trend to bring manufacturing back to America. Some say crises don’t so much alter the course of…

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