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I live in amity with the Southern Baptists, whose general tolerance for my fellow “Whiskey-palians” I take kindly. I wouldn’t dream of joining the media whoop-to-do over who among the Baptist faithful did what to whom, and when, and what…

During the 2016 presidential election, many “experts” in Washington, D.C. wrongly believed that President Trump was an isolationist (simply because he wasn’t some rabid interventionist). In fact, whether Trump realized it or not, he was a realist at heart. According to Jonathan Haslam,…

Washington On the first day of June, President Donald Trump invited Kim Yong Chol, North Korea’s second-most powerful official, into the Oval Office where they talked at length and posed for photos. Afterward, Trump shook Kim’s hand before reporters. If…

In the current political moment, it is all too easy to forget that the people on the other side of any given policy debate — and those being debated — are, just that: people. Not “conservative coots” or “liberal loons.”…

Perhaps it’s excusable that the legacy media peddled the nonstop narrative for most of this year holding that the Democrats would be rampaging through this year’s midterm elections. Most of the time, the party of a newly-elected president will take…

A spokesman for Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) pushes back on accounts that activists affiliated with the group shoved women or used crowbars to gain access to the chickens they retrieved last week at a Petaluma, California, egg farm. “Nonviolence is…

Justin Trudeau plays host at the G-7 meeting in Quebec on Friday, and there he’ll meet Donald Trump. I’d love to be a fly on the wall and hear what they say about the tariffs on Canada we announced last…

I turn 70 this week, so I’m a certified codger. But I was a “codger” as a teenager in the 1960s, along with millions of other conservative evangelicals dismayed at the “revolutionary” and “consciousness-raising” developments adored by the media. We…

Democrats lie. Should you ever participate in a parlor game, or a Twitter meme, looking for two-word redundant sentences, our opener today is a sure winner every time. It is better, sharper, more accurate than “Noses run” or “Chips dip.”…

We’re told that students must have grit, tenacity, and perseverance to succeed in the 21st-century economy, and that schools should spend more time instilling those characteristics than actually teaching academic content. The poster boy for GT&P could be Bill Gates. After…

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