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The Real One Percent Strikes Again
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The Real One Percent Strikes Again

The real one percent, as opposed to the fake one percent touted by Bernie Sanders (I-VT), raised its ugly head in Georgia on Monday, when “conservative” Republican Governor Nathan Deal collapsed under pressure. He vetoed a bill respecting the freedom and right...
Supreme Hypocrisy
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Supreme Hypocrisy

Currently there is much indignation being expressed by Democrats because the Republican-controlled Senate refuses to hold confirmation hearings on President Obama’s nominee to the Supreme Court, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia...
More Evidence of Clinton Corruption Yields Little Interest from the Media
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More Evidence of Clinton Corruption Yields Little Interest from the Media

Hillary Clinton’s email scandal keeps on growing, with new revelations that offer more justification for an indictment. Yet the mainstream media have long maintained that Mrs. Clinton is not the target of the two ongoing FBI investigations, and they seem very ...
Brussels and the Border
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Brussels and the Border

The bombs that killed 35 and injured 300 in Brussels, Belgium, shutting down the capital city of the European Union, followed a familiar pattern. Young Muslim men born to immigrant parents were inspired by radicals overseas to wage holy war against Western civ...
The Free-Trade Paradox
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The Free-Trade Paradox

No issue is more entwined in paradox than that of free trade versus protectionism. Here's an example: Polling suggests that voters recognize the benefits of free trade more now than at anytime in many years, even as the presidential candidates advocate more pr...
Establishment Endorsements Don't Make Ted Cruz an Insider
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Establishment Endorsements Don't Make Ted Cruz an Insider

It is time to address the canard that endorsements for Sen. Ted Cruz from establishment Republicans damage his credibility as an outsider. It is opportunistic and lazy thinking. As the Republican presidential race has narrowed, it is inevitable that the only...
The Primary of the Unbound Delegates
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The Primary of the Unbound Delegates

The primaries and caucuses to select the Republican presidential nominee are officially scheduled to end on June 7. That's a big day when five states vote -- California, New Jersey, South Dakota, Montana and New Mexico. But it's quite possible that no candid...
Trump vs. Democrats: Who Are the Real 'Racial Arsonists'?
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Trump vs. Democrats: Who Are the Real 'Racial Arsonists'?

In a recent interview with Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, CNN’s Jake Tapper said, “I would just ask, as a fellow American, if you could consider whether or not dialing down the temperature — trying to bring down the temperature — might be a...