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The Left, the Wall, and the Truth

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In this article, Dennis Prager teaches about the wall and the truth: Democrats and others on the left offer three reasons for their opposition to building a wall on America’s southern border. A wall…

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The Unprincipled Principles of Never Trumpers

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Daniel Greenfield at Front Page Magazine eviscerates the tiresome and unprincipled NeverTrumpers: What character do these characters have? The Weekly Standard was once dubbed, the “neo-conservative bible”. If it was ever the bible of neo-conservatives, it’s…

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The Anatomy of Trumpophobia

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Bruce Thornton nails all the idiot NeverTrumpers in this excellent article about “Trumpophobia”: Why NeverTrumpers should reflect on what makes Trump attractive to voters. In an op-ed for The Washington Post, Mitt Romney launched a…

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Tucker Carlson’s Witness

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Cindy Simpson parallels a recent statement by Tucker Carlson with Whittaker Chambers and his book Witness — and she makes some important points: Tucker Carlson’s now ubiquitous 15-minute monologue from his January 2 show is causing…

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The Myth of China as Superpower

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J.R. Dunn calls it a myth — “China as Superpower” — very interesting: Back in the days of the Cold War, much was said about the titanic power of the Soviet Union. The USSR,…

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Trump and the Character Question

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Brian Joondeph answers NeverTrumper Jonah Goldberg (and others) on the question of President Donald J. Trump’s character: At the midpoint of Donald Trump’s presidency, those in his party who seemingly should be supporting him…

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Syria and Our Foreign Policy Muddle

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As usual, Bruce Thornton takes the nation to school, outlining current realities by using recent historical facts — this time about our foreign policy muddle. If you read one article on Trump’s Syria withdrawal,…

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