20 January 2017
Politics
I didn’t like Trump’s speech and I didn’t expect to. Why would I? His politics are not my politics, his populist style leaves me utterly cold, and the notion of “American carnage” on...
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20 January 2017
Politics
IN AMERICA UNDER President Trump, Can Americans Trust the News at ALL?Original linkOriginal author: Rob Morse...
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13 January 2017
Politics
Addressing his usual crowd in Chicago on Monday, President Obama briefly effected some humility. “You,” the president told the sea of reverent faces that had assembled to say goodbye at hi...
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13 January 2017
Politics
Last night, I was talking to a friend of mine from Moldova. We were talking about Russia. I told him about Ildar Dadin, the political prisoner, whom I’ve written about. And Dadin’s w...
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13 January 2017
Politics
My favorite part of the speech was Booker’s explanation that “the next attorney general must bring hope and healing to this country.” As, you know, so many AGs have done. ...
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13 January 2017
Politics
The shortest honeymoon on record is officially over. Normally, newly elected presidents enjoy a wave of goodwill that allows them to fly high at least through their first 100 days. Donald ...
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13 January 2017
Politics
Noting that cyber warfare was not an issue until after Hillary Clinton lost, Charles Krauthammer argues that Democrats appear to be united in their efforts to sabotage Donald Trump’s presidency: I don...
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13 January 2017
Politics
With a Wednesday-night Senate vote, the Republican-led 115th Congress has begun to repeal Obamacare. The outgoing president’s signature law is a $2 trillion scrawl of cost overruns, climbi...
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12 January 2017
Politics
The Justice Department’s inspector general has announced that his office will conduct a review that will focus principally on FBI director James Comey’s public statements regarding the Cli...
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12 January 2017
Politics
This afternoon, a Washington, D.C., radio station pulled a pro-life group’s advertising spot after receiving complaints from listeners. The ad was purchased on WTOP by the Susan B. A...
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12 January 2017
Politics
Ken Rogoff, an economics professor at Harvard (and previously an economist at the IMF and at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System) is  annoyed by those primitives who...
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12 January 2017
Politics
During his hearing today, Democrats directly questioned General Mattis on past statements that indicated opposition to women in ground combat. Here’s how CNN described the exchange: ...
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Let’s keep this simple, short, and sweet: Jesus Christ is the personal Source, Creator, Definer and Sustainer of everything in His creation. (See: Colossians 1:15-20.) A...
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There’s much to mourn in Orlando’s aftermath. There’s also much to thank God for in Orlando’s aftermath…including the opportunity mourn and notice things worth mourning. As the machinery of...
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  Pope Francis is set to visit the White House, and Obama is apparently seeing just how far the Pope’s famous tolerance can go. Obama has invited quite a few people to meet Pope Francis at the W...
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In the wake of the Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting, many political commentators have been quick to criticize Republicans for being unwilling to call Robert Lewis Dear a “Christian terrorist” tho...
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