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Suzanna Walters, man-hating professor, slapped with Title IX sex bias complaint
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Suzanna Walters, man-hating professor, slapped with Title IX sex bias complaint

Suzanna Danuta Walters, a female sociology professor at Northeastern University who penned a piece for The Washington Post in June that asked, "Why Can't We Hate Men?" and then went on to list the logical ways "we," in fact, both could and should, has been sla...
Democrats need to stop monkeying around on Ron DeSantis-Andrew Gillum
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Democrats need to stop monkeying around on Ron DeSantis-Andrew Gillum

Rep. Ron DeSantis, Republican gubernatorial candidate for Florida, has been fighting off backlash from a phrase he used to describe the far left political leanings of his black Democratic opponent, Andrew Gillum, and doubling down that "monkey this up" was a w...
Trump closes in on NAFTA deal his critics said couldn’t be done
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Trump closes in on NAFTA deal his critics said couldn’t be done

Donald Trump has held any number of positions on just about everything — abortion, single-payer health care, even illegal immigration. Now governing as a rock-ribbed conservative, Mr. Trump took a circuitous path to his current ideological home. There's one...
John McCain’s death opens door on Obamacare repeal
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John McCain’s death opens door on Obamacare repeal

Republicans in the Senate say John McCain's death has opened a door for a new Obamacare repeal vote, and are pressing Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to appoint someone who swings that way. Better yet: Appoint someone who doesn't do like McCain and profess, right a...
NFL anthem-kneelers could learn a thing or two from J.J. Watt
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NFL anthem-kneelers could learn a thing or two from J.J. Watt

The overpaid, over-pampered, pretentious, self-indulgent anthem-kneelers of the NFL could learn a thing or two from J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans. When Hurricane Harvey struck at Texas a year ago, Watt didn't sit down on the field and decry the government...
Young people may do better for themselves in apprenticeships
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Young people may do better for themselves in apprenticeships

The Trump economy has delivered strong growth and low unemployment — now the challenge is to keep it all going. Cutting taxes and clearing out burdensome regulations offer businesses better incentives to invest but as in Tinkerbell's admonitions to Wendy, A...
Trump has worked hard to solve America’s illegal alien disaster
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Trump has worked hard to solve America’s illegal alien disaster

Mollie Tibbetts, 20, a psychology student at the University of Iowa, went for a jog on July 18 and was never seen alive again. She was once a cross-country runner, a good athlete, and hope was fading but still alive when the first month passed and she was stil...
Security clearances have become ‘golden tickets’ to wealth
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Security clearances have become ‘golden tickets’ to wealth

They're prestigious, fiercely held and often highly valuable — and they're under the microscope like never before. Led by President Trump, critics have zeroed in on the proliferation of security clearances and cast them as "golden tickets" to high-paying jo...
What part of ‘illegal’ does Liz Warren not grasp?
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What part of ‘illegal’ does Liz Warren not grasp?

One of the most powerful lines ever employed in cultural discourse simply asked, "What part of 'no' don't you understand?" It was directed at predatory men who force themselves upon unwilling, resistant women and what made it devastatingly effective was tha...
The liberal mind works overtime to excuse Mollie Tibbetts’ killer and their own border policies
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The liberal mind works overtime to excuse Mollie Tibbetts’ killer and their own border policies

We shouldn't even know her name. Mollie Tibbetts should be one of millions of promising young women back in college this month, far from the media glare. But hers is a household name and her picture as familiar as a film star's - for the most awful of re...