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He Did It Not Me

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This is going to be fun to watch — he did it not me — writes Victor Davis Hanson: There is something Kafkaesque about the current round of investigating possible FBI, CIA, National Security Agency,…

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What’s the Matter With Europe?

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Conrad Black succinctly lays out what’s the matter with Europe — and covers some important history in the process: For all the flak President Trump gets for insufficient deference to America’s allies, Americans should…

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Time for Iran to Face a Reckoning

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Bruce Thornton argues that it’s time for Iran to face a reckoning: The mullahs can only be stopped by means of “the mailed fist.” While the media obsess over chimeras like the president’s obstruction…

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MAGA vs. the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

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It’s good that this is getting more attention (note what I highlighted/bolded) — here is Peter Skurkiss on MAGA vs. the U.S. Chamber of Commerce: The general public typically equates the Chamber of Commerce…

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Video: Understanding Socialism

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A new video from Bill Whittle: Unlike capitalism, socialism is not about our individual happiness, but rather on a very strong, emotional sense of interconnectedness. Firewall host Bill Whittle has devised a thought experiment…

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Jew-Hatred Ancient and Modern

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Here’s Bruce Thornton on Jew-hatred ancient and modern: Colonizing the Democratic Party. Recently the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives failed to censure Rep. Ilhan Omar for indulging anti-Semitic tropes like the “dual loyalties” slander. Not…

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Ideologically Inconvenient Genocide

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Arnold Ahlert asks this about ideologically inconvenient genocide: Does genocide exist if the religion of its victims doesn’t align itself with the agenda of the Left? According to Open Doors USA, an organization that describes…

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