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When the Rules Aren’t Conventional

The presence of “Trojan horse" delegates—or "double agent" delegates, as Donald Trump calls them—is not a new phenomenon at a Republican convention...  Read more

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire

As has been obvious since his time as the Islamic Republic’s ambassador to the United Nations, Mohammad Javad Zarif is capable of creating a distortion field around him that often renders Americans somewhat giddy...  Read more

Hillary Clinton considering female running mate

A Clinton victory in November would make her the first female president of the United States, and winning with a female running mate would make it an even more historic accomplishment...  Read more

White House downplays Obama's Saudi Arabian snub

President Obama is greeted as he arrives on Air Force One at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia...  Read more

Sexual assault on campus: Kasich’s record makes up for ‘alcohol’ comments

While at a St. Lawrence University town hall in New York on April 15, John Kasich caused a stir for telling a female student “don’t go to parties where there is a lot of alcohol.”...  Read more

I offended campus liberals so badly, they convened a “safe space”

Two weeks ago, I wrote an editorial for my campus newspaper called “No, I’m Not Privileged Because I’m White.”...  Read more

Did UC Berkeley just cut 500 jobs due to the $15 minimum wage?

Word spread quickly after the University at California at Berkeley announced they would cut 500 jobs over two years because of budget woes  Read more

Thank capitalism (and fracking): Carbon emissions down 20%, falling faster than Europe

Despite American aversion to sweeping international environmental treaties and regulation, the American economy has slashed carbon emissions...  Read more

Will the Koch network skip the GOP convention?

Sources told the Washington Examiner that Charles and David Koch, above, have withdrawn their political network's presence from the festivities surrounding the Republican National Convention...  Read more

What next for #NeverTrump?

Opponents of Donald Trump have a much harder fight ahead of them now that Trump has taken nearly all of New York's delegates...  Read more

Nomentum in the GOP Race

After Donald Trump lost the Wisconsin primary two weeks ago by a double-digit margin to Ted Cruz, he was garnering about 54 percent in the New York GOP primary polls...  Read more

A World Unmoored

Why is John Kerry eager to provide Iran with more economic benefits by publicly declaring the Iranians may actually deserve more relief?...  Read more

Trump demotes Corey Lewandowski

Donald Trump's campaign manager Corey Lewandowski will now serve as the GOP front-runner's body man and scheduler, according to a report...  Read more

America's biggest health insurer UnitedHealth bails on Obamacare citing big losses

Citing serious financial problems, UnitedHealth will only remain in "a handful" of Obamacare markets...  Read more

A Hillary Clinton nomination may force the Right to reunite

If Republicans want to stand any chance at winning the White House in 2016, or ever again, they need to reunite...  Read more

Millennial Poll: Cruz statistically tied with Clinton, 54% say he’s “likable”

In the last few days, more good news has surfaced for Senator Ted Cruz — beyond his winning streak with convention delegates...  Read more

A Popular Conservative Alternative to Obamacare

In a recent piece at New York Magazine, Jonathan Chait writes that “Republican alternatives to Obamacare have lain just over the horizon for half a dozen years" yet somehow never come into view...  Read more

Sarah Palin to Bill Nye: “As much a scientist as I am”

Bill Nye was expected to incur some outrage for his suggestion that climate change deniers belong in jail in a video uploaded by the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow...  Read more