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Are the dead despots of the 20th century making a return? The New Yorker thinks so.
The Dems get a Lemon for a consolation prize.
In today's America, blaming politicians for all the country's problems has become a national pastime. But maybe there's more to all this than that.
Leftist heads will explode when Donald Trump is still in office in 2021.
Philadelphia city government fumbles a clear case of Muslim anti-Semitism.
A snapshot of ground zero of the coronavirus.
The Freedom from Religion Foundation has been going off the rails lately.
Both men told whopping lies to their respective parliaments. One of them found redemption and atonement.
Did Harvard really just rank the Koran as "the best book on justice"? Here is the real story.
There is a strong possibility Bernie will end up the party’s nominee, a frightening prospect for the Democrat establishment and the country as a whole.
Liberal policies have worked almost perfectly to degrade the quality of inner-city life for their residents to the point of abject unacceptability.
These impeachment proceedings should be considered nothing less than public meetings of the Committee to Re-Elect the President.
If Barronnelle Stutzman loses her case, the state will be essentially stifling creativity by enforcing the expression of a state-sanctioned ideology.
A look at Trump's words casts a lot of light on why he wins.
Trump's worst offense has been hurting the Democrats' feelings.
George Soros is attempting to remake Bard College as a tool for use in his Open Society initiative.
There are today powerful forces arrayed against the Jewish people, not simply from the Right but predominantly from the political Left.
As the Democratic field falls all over itself to move ever further left toward a more classic socialism, they are moving further away from their voters,
Enabling and respecting the will of the people requires trustworthy, responsible voting.
Now that he's a Washington insider, the former consultant and strategist appears to have forgotten what he once knew about strategy.