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by Scott McKay | Dec 20, 2021

On August 18 of this year, when the current occupant of the White House first began to implode with respect…

by Ben Stein | Dec 18, 2021

Saturday A dreary depressing day even though the sun is shining brightly in Beverly Hills. I’ll tell you why in…

by Cooper Conway | Dec 15, 2021

People criticizing Time magazine for naming billionaire Elon Musk 2021’s person of the year need a reality check. Do we…

by Roger Kaplan | Dec 13, 2021

Dmitry Muratov and Maria Ressa shared the Nobel Peace Prize this year, the first time journalists have been the laureates…

by Ellie Gardey | Dec 9, 2021

Maj. Gen. Roman Polko, a former commander of a Polish special forces unit, issued a warning following the high-stakes Tuesday…

by Ellie Gardey | Dec 9, 2021

Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with a response from Francis DeBernardo.  Francis DeBernardo, the executive director of the…

by Melissa Mackenzie | Dec 7, 2021

How does a faithless generation end? By suicide in a Sarco. What is a Sarco? Well, it’s a suicide machine…

by Ellie Gardey | Nov 18, 2021

MSNBC’s Dean Obeidallah published a column Wednesday urging his readers to pressure their cable companies to offer packages that don’t…

by Ellie Gardey | Nov 18, 2021

Ashley Etienne, Kamala Harris’ communications director, is resigning. The news comes during one of the worst weeks of Harris’ vice…

by Judah Friedman | Nov 17, 2021

Prior to the mockery of justice playing out this month in Kenosha, Wisconsin, which stemmed from the riots there last…

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