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Trump Can Make American-Azerbaijani Ties Great Again

 

In abstaining from the vote on the recently passed United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolution that condemned Israel’s settlement policy, the departing Obama administration at best took a “neutral” stance on a U.N. measure targeting a stalwart American ally, and at worst betrayed that ally under the guise of neutrality. President Barack Obama, Secretary of […]

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The Time and Life of Protesters

 

When I was a kid, my favorite thing to read was Sports Illustrated. Yes, I was very cultured. My biggest debate was whether I should start reading the magazine from the front or from the back. I was probably like that also, at that point in my life. I couldn’t wait till my dad got […]

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Trump Was Right: There Is No Drought

 

Sacramento Donald Trump might not have gotten all the details right when he declared in Fresno in May that California isn’t really suffering from drought, but his basic point was spot on. California has been suffering from years of insufficient rainfall, but our water-scarcity problems are man-made. Quite simply, state-level officials continue to put fish […]

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The Benjamin Lobby Bar and Lounge at Washington’s Trump International Hotel

 

All too many hotel bars are little more than shoddy afterthoughts, soulless spaces where hotel guests, and almost no one else, may grab a quick drink or two before setting off for — or after returning from — somewhere more interesting. Lobby bars in particular often seem to have been hurriedly plunked down in the […]

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Saul Alinsky Leaves the White House

 

When Barack Obama leaves the White House tomorrow, he leaves with his worst dreams unrealized. Still, what he leaves behind is awful. Thank goodness he’ll be gone. The very day after Obama was elected in 2008, I predicted in this space that his team would steal the Senate by hook and crook (see: Al Franken); […]

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Losing Power Has Left the Democrat Party Dazed and Confused

 

The Democrats know they are in trouble, but they probably don’t know just how deep the trouble is. At the national level the party is now further out of power than it’s been since 1928. This lack of power and control is a problem in and of itself, but it is an even larger problem […]

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Obama’s Final Press Conference

 

A mist of lies hung over Obama’s final press conference. Slippery and boringly professorial as always, he said commuting the sentence of one of the worst traitors in America history was a just decision because Manning “took responsibility” and his sentence was “disproportionate.” He said the commutation doesn’t “contradict” the recent bleating of the Dems about leaking and the horrors WikiLeaks supposedly unleashed upon […]

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With DeVos Hearing, School Choice Finally Takes Center Stage

 

The confirmation hearing for President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for U.S. education secretary, Betsy DeVos, has moved school choice to America’s center stage, where it belongs. National School Choice Week, happening during the final week of January, will likely keep the momentum going, as millions of people call for education liberty at events across the country. […]

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Maxine Waters Is Funny!

 

Yesterday, hilarious Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters informed a crestfallen nation that she would not attend the Trump inauguration saying “I don’t honor him, I don’t respect him, and I don’t want to be involved with him.” One would be inclined to take Waters seriously except for the fact that she has “honored and respected” Cuba’s […]

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Conservatives Must Rally Behind Scott Pruitt for EPA

 

Environmental groups have declared war against Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, Donald Trump’s nominee to head the Environmental Protection Agency. Don’t be surprised if Mr. Pruitt’s nomination hearing this week degenerates into a three-ring circus of obnoxious and disruptive Big Green antics, the new M.O. of the left these days. Pruitt’s nomination and the case brought […]

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