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  • September 04, 2019

    How the quest for power corrupted Elizabeth Warren

    Shapiro

    If Elizabeth Warren circa 2003 were running, she'd be the odds-on favorite for president. But Warren circa 2019 would hate Warren circa 2003.

  • September 03, 2019

    The demonization of the Democratic Party

    Michael BrownThere is no question about it. There is not even a desire to hide it. The Democratic Party continues to grow spiritually darker to the point of actually proclaiming itself the party of the religiously non-affiliated. Is it any surprise?

  • August 30, 2019

    Do the ends justify the means?

    Michael BrownThis is a perennial ethical question, one that is becoming increasingly relevant in our national elections. Do the ends justify the means? The simple answer is that it depends on what the ends are and what the means are.

  • August 28, 2019

    Trump is right on the China threat

    Shapiro

    If Americans are asked to shoulder an economic burden without being informed as to the rationale or the cost, they will rightly buck. Therefore, President Trump must articulate to them the importance of opposing China's ambitions – or his economic war with that nation will fail.

  • August 27, 2019

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren's worst lie

    Robert KnightThe Democratic candidate's latest lie is many times more egregious than the one that earned her the "Pocahontas" nickname by President Trump.

  • August 26, 2019

    Who's more important: Man … or animals?

    Building a border wall will help save human lives. To argue that a wall is bad because it might inconvenience certain species of animals demonstrates the twisting of values that is currently occurring in American culture. 

  • August 23, 2019

    President Trump & Israel: A microcosm of his strengths & weaknesses

    Michael BrownI have finally managed to reduce my evaluation of President Trump to one short soundbite: What he does is often praiseworthy; what he is says is often cringeworthy. Nowhere is this more evident than in the president's dealings with Israel and the Jewish people.

  • August 22, 2019

    Israel right to shut out Tlaib & Omar

    Star ParkerFreedom is the exception rather than the rule in the Middle East – and Israel is the shining light. Yet Israel is the only country in the region that seems to bother Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar.

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