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Don’t do it, Paul Ryan

October 13, 2015 WASHINGTON — The worst job in the world, it turns out, isn’t the U.S. presidency but speaker of the House of Representative. more »»

Ted Cruz calculates a path to the nomination

October 13, 2015 DALLAS — If America’s 58th presidential election validates Ted Cruz’s audacious “base plus” strategy, he will have refuted assumptions about the importance of independent “swing” voters and the... more »»

Keep the terrorists at Gitmo

October 12, 2015 So desperate is President Barack Obama to keep a campaign promise to close the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, detention center that he apparently is prepared to put Americans at risk if that is what it takes. more »»

Further slowing deportations

October 12, 2015 Not since 2006 has the federal government deported more illegal aliens. But then, not since then have Democrat hopes for the presidency been so low. more »»

Pelosi vs. pro-life press

October 12, 2015 In January, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was asked by a reporter if an unborn baby at 20 weeks is a human being. more »»

Escaping tyranny

October 12, 2015 North Korea is called the “worst place on earth” for good reason. Thousands of people are tortured. Some North Koreans eat rodents to try to survive, and many starve anyway. In winter, they freeze. more »»

Joaquin and Obama: Two forces of nature

October 12, 2015 Hurricane Joaquin dumped large amounts of rain on the East Coast, but another “force of nature” flooded the country with so much rhetoric it was difficult for most people to keep up. more »»

Gitmo Extended Stay America Suites? In Colorado? Hell no!

October 12, 2015 Liberal readers have scoffed at my repeated warnings about the dangerous prospect of an enemy combatant dump on American soi. more »»

The natural right to self-defense

October 12, 2015 While the FBI continued to analyze the emails Hillary Clinton thought she deleted and her advisers pressed her to hire a Republican criminal defense attorney in Washington, a madman used a lawfully... more »»

Why Obama prefers politicizing to actual politics

October 12, 2015 President Obama was right. He was right when, just a few hours after the horrible shooting in Oregon, he decried the fact that such slaughters have become “routine. more »»

A first pitch with meaning

October 11, 2015 Brian Keaton made history Oct. 3 in throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at a professional baseball game. more »»

Spreading the ugly truth

October 11, 2015 Political Washington just got a welcome dose of refreshing candor. more »»

Charlatans and Sheep: Part III

October 11, 2015 The prevailing social dogma of our time — that economic and other disparities among groups are strange, if not sinister — has set off bitter disputes between those who blame genetic differences and... more »»

War Party targets Putin and Assad

October 11, 2015 Having established a base on the Syrian coast, Vladimir Putin last week began air strikes on ISIS and other rebel forces seeking to overthrow Bashar Assa. more »»

Service to those who have served

October 9, 2015 After allowing the Department of Veterans Affairs to go for months without a permanent inspector general, President Barack Obama finally is nominating someone for the post. He is Michael J. more »»

Hillary’s gun-control non sequiturs

October 9, 2015 Hillary Clinton has a new gun agenda that is the same as the old gun agenda. more »»

When Dad is the devil

October 9, 2015 The bride, Edda, was 20, glamorous and well connected. The groom came from a prominent family. Their wedding was Italy’s social event of the year in 1930. more »»

A Rose for racial reconciliation

October 9, 2015 OXFORD, Md. more »»

It’s about abusing power

October 8, 2015 This is the United States of America, where the government is not supposed to attempt to intimidate members of the press, use the Internal Revenue Service to harass opponents of the White House,... more »»

Why the teacher shortage is here to stay

October 8, 2015 North Dakota Department of Public Instruction Superintendent Kristin Baesler moved quickly to deal with the 200-teacher shortage with school opening just weeks away. more »»



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